Quiet 3-bedroom near Jardin du Luxembourg
- 6 travelers
- Minimum rental period: 7 days
- 3 bedrooms
- Surface: 85 m2 (914.9 ⏍)
- 2 bathrooms
- 5th floor, Elevator
This apartment and our agency
- Ref: 6307
- Paris town hall reg. num.: 7510602090369
- Managed by the agency since 2014
Ideally located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, close to the magnificent Jardin du Luxembourg, the Saint-Sulpice church, Montparnasse and the famous Le Bon Marché store, this spacious and luxurious 4-room crossing apartment (recently entirely renovated by an architect) is located on the 4th floor with elevator of a luxury haussmannian building dating from the 19th century. Very comfortable, absolutely quiet (overlooking 2 inner courtyards) and with a surface area of 85 m², it comprises an entrance hall, a large and very bright living room furnished in a very contemporary way, a modern and fully equipped open kitchen, 3 double bedrooms (2 double beds and 2 single beds that can be merged into a queen size one, i.e. 6 people), a bathroom with bathtub and WC, and a shower room with shower and WC.
The apartment is very secure, thanks to the armored door at the entrance and the digicode to access the building. It also has a safe.
Ideal for visiting Paris and its many tourist sites as well as for shopping as it is located near many stores and luxury boutiques as well as grocery stores (open 7 days a week), bakeries, restaurants, famous cafés (Deux Magots, Flore, …), cinemas, banks, pharmacies, medical center (Arthur Vernes), etc. An organic market is located 50 meters away on Boulevard Raspail. The apartment is very well served by public transport (cabs, buses and subways) and next to a bicycle (“VELIB”) and car (“AUTOLIB”) rental station. Nearest metro stations: Sèvres-Babylone (lines 10 and 12), Rennes (line 12), Saint-Sulpice (line 4).
- Washer dryer
- Fridge Freezer
- Double glazing
- Induction hob
- Optical fiber
Public transport nearby
Did you know?
At 28 rue d'Assas, the rotation of the Earth was proven in 1851 by Léon Foucault. He then installed his pendulum, on a larger scale, on the ceiling of the Pantheon. A new version created in 1995 can be observed there.