Three-bedroom Saint-Germain apartment with exceptional views of Paris
- 6 travelers
- Minimum rental period: 7 days
- 3 bedrooms
- Surface: 150 m2 (1,614.6 ⏍)
- 2 bathrooms
- 6th floor, Elevator
This apartment and our agency
- Ref: 6309
- Paris town hall reg. num.: 7510608817023
- Managed by the agency since 2023
This magnificent apartment is located on the top floor of a building in the purest Haussmann style. With a surface area of 150 m² (1,615 sq ft), it comprises three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Its triple-glazed windows give it a soothing silence.
The living room features a large, comfortable sofa and antique armchairs. High-quality light fittings enhance the room’s brightness on winter evenings. The rest of the time, the room benefits from exceptional light, thanks to its location at the corner of the building, overlooking a crossroads, its high ceilings and the many French windows opening onto the balcony running the full length of the apartment. The balcony offers many views of Paris, including the churches of Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Saint-Sulpice. The Eiffel Tower is also visible.
The kitchen is fully equipped (dishwasher, oven, microwave, kettle, Nespresso coffee maker, etc.) and its large work surface means you can prepare all the dishes you want with unrivalled comfort.
The master bedroom has a queen-size bed, plenty of storage space and no fewer than three windows overlooking the whole of Paris.
The other two bedrooms have queen-size 160 cm beds and 140 cm beds respectively. They also feature plenty of storage space and a view over the rooftops of Paris.
On the other side of the corridor are the two bathrooms. One has a shower, the other a bathtub. Both have been recently renovated.
You’ll also find a room with washing machines. The WC is separate.
- Washing machine
- Fridge Freezer
- Induction hob
- Double glazing
- Balcony / terrace
- Separate WC
Public transport nearby
Did you know?
It was in a building in the rue de Rennes that the Lumière brothers organized the first public projection of cinema on March 22, 1895.