The apartment is modeled on this vibrant neighborhood of Montmartre: a mix of tradition and modernity, which gives it an outstanding and tremendously Parisian charm. You will be next to the Abbesses Square and metro station, on the first floor of a beautiful building. A café with a large terrace, shops, and a park with a merry-go-round are right at the foot of the building.
The spacious living room gives onto the street. Classic and modern furniture are mixed in an old-fashioned decor: waxed wooden floor, engravings on the ceiling, chimneypiece. You are undoubtedly in a writer’s house: the shelves are over-cramped with books; a beautiful writing desk stands in the middle of the room and is the link between the modern living room and the classic dining room. The open-plan kitchen is highly modern and perfectly well equipped.
The two bedrooms and the bathroom are on either side of the entrance. The bedrooms give onto the courtyard and are very quiet.
The first bedroom, very spacious, has a queen size bed. It has a very particular charm thanks to a decorative chimney and an old closet. The second, smaller and simply furnished, has a double bed.
The bathroom is made up of a large sink and a beautiful black-stone walk-in shower. Books can even be found in the separate toilets.
• Living room with fireplace
• Dining room
• Perfectly equipped open-plan kitchen
• Bedroom 1: queen size bed
• Bedroom 2: double bed
• Shower room - walk-in shower
The bed linens and bath towels are provided. The beds are made shortly before your arrival. We also have a few welcome attentions in store: you will find toiletries in the bathrooms and a welcome basket with a selection of teas and coffees in the kitchen.
Montmartre is said to be a village. The Abbesses Street is seen as the centre of Montmartre, where all the inhabitants of the neighbourhood meet up on Sundays at the market, and in the cafés and the shops. Numerous food shops offer the best there is of French haute cuisine. Renowned pastries, dairy shops, wine cellars, grocers’ shops: it is all within easy reach. It is also a lively and young neighborhood, with cafés and restaurants that will please everyone and all the budgets.
Go drink a glass of red wine at the Deux Moulins café, famous thanks to the film Amélie Poulain. Go have your portrait drawn by the artists on the Place du Tertre. And, of course, spend a night at the famous Moulin Rouge.
And you can also wander through the flowery streets lined with beautiful houses, such as the Avenue Junot, where so many artists have lived and created. Let yourself succumb to the charm and magic of Paris!
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