"Very positive experience in this quiet flat in a central location"
The entrance of this duplex apartment under the eaves is located on its lower floor. On entering you will find yourself in the spacious living area, bathed in light, thanks to its North-South emplacement. It is equipped with a kitchen corner and a dining area corner with a flat-screen TV. At the end of the room you will find a small laundry room leading to one of the two toilets in the apartment.
Modern and minimalist, its decoration knows how to capitalize on the advantages of the apartment: the apparent wood beams and light gray walls create a clean atmosphere that exposes the horizontal lines, thanks to the steel drum lampshade, the widespread mirror and the Luminaires on their articulated arms. The kitchen, fully equipped, is separated from the living room by a bar.
On the upper floor of this duplex apartment under the eaves, one accesses, directly on the landing, to the first double bedroom. To the left is the second bedroom, and opposite, the shower room with a separate toilet. This entire floor is located just under the eaves and makes the most of this charming characteristic, for a colorful, bohemian and romantic atmosphere. The exposed wood beams reveal the natural twist of the wood.
Each room has its color, Parma or olive. The Parma room, from which one accesses the bathroom, plays the rustic card with its irregular volumes, its small night blue dresser and its sun mirror. The olive room, which also has a flat screen TV, takes us to the side of a bathed Provence, of light with its two roof windows and its wicker armchair. The shower room decorated with small swimming pool tiles also benefits from a nice brightness. It has two ceramic basins and a shower cabin in soothing blue tones.
This duplex apartment under the eaves is composed of:
This duplex apartment under the eaves is ideally located in the center of historical Paris, in the Temple district, which was in the Middle Ages the fief of the Order of the Knights Templar, which was religious and military. Today nothing remains of the buildings of this monastic order, although it was very powerful, since it had, until Philippe Le Bel, the guard of the royal treasury.
Closer to our times, the songwriter Béranger lived in the street that now bears his name. By the way one may see his statue in the Square du Temple - Élie Wiesel, located not far from this duplex apartment under the eaves. This landscaped park is a real jewel: you can walk around the lake, admire the 1900 music kiosk and, from April 15 to October 15, you can laze on the lawn without worry, since the park is certified "green Ecological space" since 2007.
To enjoy a concert, a show, or attend a fashion show, visit the Carreau du Temple, a former market for old linen, recently renovated and reopened as a cultural and wellness area.
The neighborhood of our duplex apartment under the eaves is also home to many shops and art galleries. Stationery lovers will find notebooks and fine cards at the Imprimerie du Marais, while bibliophiles will delight in the sumptuous editions of leather-bound books at Jean de Bonnot.
Such a walk will not fail to open the appetite, and we have in this neighborhood the l’embarras du choix. For breakfasts, small hungry and sweet desires, the Boulangerie Huré offers something to satisfy both the eyes and taste buds.
For lunch, we suggest the l’Ambassade d’Auvergne to regain strength with the fortifying specialties of this French region. Finally for dinner, Le Derrière awaits you for a surprising and sophisticated cuisine in a surprising and original setting.
|Metro||3 Min.||Arts et Métiers||3, 11|
|5 Min.||Réaumur - Sébastopol||3, 4|
|RER||8 Min.||Châtelet - Les Halles||A, B, D|
|Bus||1 Min.||Grenier Saint-Lazare - Quartier de l'Horloge||29, 38, 47, 75, N12, N13, N14, N23|
|3 Min.||Arts et Métiers||20, 75, N12, N23|
|3 Min.||Turbigo - Etienne Marcel||29, 38, 47, N12, N13, N14, N23|
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