It is a one-bedroom apartment on the second floor (third floor in the U.S. - with a large, modern elevator!) in the former Convent of Notre Dame. The building is located next to the Basilica of Notre Dame and the Burgundy Wine Museum (the former “Hotel des Ducs de Bourgogne”). The building was begun as early as 976 a.d. and completed during the 15th century. During most of the 20th century, the building housed the church’s school, and was converted into tasteful, elegant apartments in the early 21st century. The apartment is located between Rue Paradis (“Heaven Street”) and Rue d’Enfer (“Hell Street”). It is located just steps away from pedestrian-only streets in the heart of the old town on a street that is believed to have been part of the site of the ancient Roman castrum, or fortress.
There is a private parking in the residence.