"A super balcony overlooking the Eiffel Tower, very nice"
In the very chic Auteuil district, heart of the 16th arrondissement, this little gem of an apartment possesses many treasures. Its eclectic style, very successful done and carefully thought out creates a unique atmosphere that evokes a voyage in full exploration and the African continent. Here, the functional parts such as the kitchen have the good taste to be forgotten to play their role effectively without spoiling.
The entrance to this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower gives on directly to the small fully equipped kitchen and does not yet let suspect its originality, which is revealed as you go on exploring.
To the right of the entrance, a door leads to the bedroom. From the bedroom, you have access to a corridor-closet on the right that leads to the toilet and a small laundry room. At the end of the room, the shower room with a walk-in shower is marvelously found. The bedroom, a cozy cocoon is warmed-up by a kilim that evokes Berber geometric patterns.
A lavender-blue corridor, decorated with paintings of neo-primitivistic inspirations, separates the kitchen from the living room. On the ground, a beautiful gray parquet with broad slats contributes to the contemporary spirit of the place.
The living room is an extraordinary place, populated by the graceful silhouettes of the many African statuettes that crowd the shelves. Braided leather armchairs and Mandingo stools cohabit harmoniously with a comfortable sofa and two armchairs with modern lines.
But the most breathtaking surprise of this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower is the spacious balcony which is accessed from the living room. It is protected from view with tropical plants and bamboo fences.
The sleeping space of this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower consists of:
This part of the 16th arrondissement, around this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower, possesses several residences designed by famous architects. At number 10, square du Dr. blanche, the villa La Roche, created by Le Corbusier, can be visited every day except Sunday.
Not far from there, rue du Dr Blanche, the rue Mallet-Stevens is named after Robert Mallet-Stevens, the architect who designed the private villas that are found there, especially that of the Martel brothers, sculptors.
Further south, at 39 Boulevard Exelmans, is the Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux workshop. This famous sculptor never actually worked in this workshop: it is a building commissioned by his widow, who settled there after the death of the artist. However, two sculptures made by Carpeaux adorn the façade, designed by Hector Guimard, famous for having designed the Art Nouveau awnings of the Paris metro.
Finally, still in the chapter of the arts, the Pont Mirabeau (Bridge) celebrated by Apollinaire crosses the Seine and is only a few minutes from this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower. The first verses of the famous poem are inscribed on a plaque at the entrance of the bridge.
In the area of this Furnished apartment with view of the Eiffel Tower we can also find more earthly pleasures, because good restaurants do not lack here. To name but three, we can mention l’Acajou, on rue Jean de la Fontaine, the Huîtrerie Garnier, on avenue Mozart, and the restaurant Honoré, on rue Bosio.
L’Acajou serves, in a subdued atmosphere, dishes of great finesse, under the leadership of chef Jean Imbert. Original concept, we are seated around large tables that we share with other customers of the restaurant.
At the Huîtrerie Garnier, you can taste but of course delicious oysters in the best possible tradition of Parisian fishmongers. Here ye, the restaurant is open only from September to April, to guarantee the extreme freshness of the oysters; it is also recommended to book in advance: the restaurant is small, and has a lot of success...
As for the Honoré restaurant, it serves delicious traditional French cuisine, accompanied by the best of wines. We find here with pleasure, the dishes that have made the reputation of the Parisian brasserie.
This part of Paris is not very well known to tourists, but it nevertheless has several very pleasant places, such as the garden Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt, named in honor of the French archaeologist and Egyptologist. It is accessed via the Avenue Adrien Hebrard. A little further, the square Henri Collet is another haven of greenery; you will find there beautiful hydrangeas and dahlias as well as many species of trees.
|6 Min.||Michel-Ange Auteuil||9, 10|
|Bus||1 Min.||George Sand - La Fontaine||22, 52|
|9 Min.||Raffet||32, PC1|
|9 Min.||Place du Docteur Hayem - Radio France||22, 70|
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