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Rue du Commerce

marker_slateEiffel Tower, Western Paris

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Rural way Now and then, we all wish for some countryside calm. But sigh no more. Among the shuttered houses and village shops of the rue du Commerce, there winds the sweetest little lane you ever saw. All mossy cobblestones and slumbering leaves, this is a home to bring harmony to the soul – and you haven't stepped inside yet. When you do, you’ll be just as delighted by the Art Deco touches, the boldly vibrant art and the unique Second World War wardrobe with its silvery shine. And this country hideaway happens to be a ten minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. A successful forager Raised in the 16th arrondissement, your hostess left France for London fifty years ago. Now an antique dealer, you’ll chance upon some of her choicest finds in her Parisian pied à terre. Arcadian avenue Along a garden lane lined with generous and gorgeous greenery, you’ll be throwing sidelong glances all the way to your front door. Impossibly sweet on the outside, this home is all confidence and colour. The palette is a neutral soothing white, on which pop red Art Deco chairs, bright blue rugs and the bold, vibrant brushstrokes of modern artwork. Throw yourself upon the weathered leather sofa awhile, or step round to the brightly modern kitchen. Speaking of things unique, you must take a look at the metal wardrobe, used by the French army in the Second World War, as well as the cloud-like curve of the bedroom mirror. Open wide the window and let the country air waft in, or freshen up instead in the little, but lovely, shower room. Country road For all the blissfulness of your home, you’re right by the Seine as well as Paris’s best known landmark. But don’t hurry there just yet. George Orwell once worked on the rue du Commerce, where the spire of St-Jean Baptiste de Grenelle frames some elegant shops and alluring cafes. You can walk on water in the Allée des Cygnes, sun yourself in the Champ du Mars or skip up the Eiffel Tower and see the city spread before you. As for being there, the Métro from Commerce to Châtelet takes just over twenty minutes.

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Rooms

Entrance level

Basin, shower, toilet

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Bathroom

Hob (electric), microwave, refrigerator, dining table, dining chair

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Kitchen

Queen size bed, satellite or cable, TV

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Master bedroom

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Sleeps

guests2 people
bed1 bedroom
1 queen size bed. Bed size chart

Bathroom facilities

bathtub1 bathroom
1 shower, 1 toilet.

Amenities

check_slateFridge
check_slateHairdryer
check_slateHob
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check_slateMicrowave
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crossAir-conditioning
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crossCoffee machine
crossDishwasher
crossFreezer
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crossOven
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crossToaster
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  • This home has no oven, but there are lots of restaurants and cafes nearby.
  • This home doesn't have air-conditioning, so let us know if you'd like fans for your stay.
  • There are stairs up to the entrance, and no elevator.
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