This 40 m², 1-bedroom, duplex apartment for rent has access to a private balcony. Walking up the 1st staircase, you enter the open-concept kitchen and living room. Furnished with a double sofa-bed and a dining table that can fold out, you have a comfortable entertainment space to relax or host guests. The high ceilings and wooden beams add a vintage charm to the renovated apartment. Upstairs you find plenty of storage space, the cozy bedroom, and a full bathroom (*please note bathroom is very small)
The apartment is in the one-and-only Lourve district, the true heart of Paris. Within a 5-minute walk from the apartment you can find a Zara, the Forum de Halles shopping center, an art gallery, a public library, and even a KFC. If you want to walk everywhere and feel the true magic of Paris, this is the place to be!
What We Liked
- The apartment is a modern property that has kept the charming details of the traditional architecture.
- The bedroom comes with an AC unit, which you will appreciate during the summer months.
- There is a cozy bathroom, but it still comes with a bathtub.
- You have one of the city's main metro stations less than 5 minutes away and it provides connections to 5 different metro lines.
Things to keep in mind
- The building does not have an elevator and the apartment has 2 sets of stairs, so it is perfect for someone looking to keep fit!
- The kitchen does not come with an oven, but it comes with a stove and microwave.
- Charges are 200€/month.
- Metro: Châtelet (lines 1, 4, 7, 11, and 14)
- Train: Châtelet - Les Halles (RER A, RER B, RER D)
- Bus: 38, 47, 67, 69, 75, 76, N12, N13, N14, N23
Louvre, otherwise known as Paris’s 1st arrondissement, is situated in the heart of the City of Light and is the least residential district in France’s capital. Louvre’s foundations were first laid in 52 BC when the Romans conquered the ancient town of Lutetia which formerly lay on the same site. Located on the right bank of the River Seine, this arrondissement is one of Paris’s most central areas and is a great starting point for those who are unfamiliar with the city. Despite its small size, this district is home to many of the capital’s most iconic landmarks which include the Louvre Museum, the Tuileries Gardens and the Palais Royal. This area is also renowned for its selection of elegant cafés, restaurants and designer shops which attract visitors from all corners of the globe. Louvre caters for all tastes - lovers can stroll along the romantic banks of the river Seine, and wandering souls can search for bargains in various budget-friendly markets such as Les Halles - France’s 2nd most popular shopping centre. If you wish to avoid the tourist hotspots, it can be pleasant to absorb the sites of this picturesque neighbourhood whilst meandering through the streets or picnicking in the Tuileries Gardens. Historical fact: Despite being called the ‘new’ bridge, Pont Neuf is the oldest standing bridge in France’s capital. This bridge was the first to be built without houses on it! (OR Romantic fact: Louvre is home to the Pont des Arts, otherwise known as the ‘love-locks’ bridge. Since 2008, lovers have taken to attaching padlocks to this structure, but unfortunately they are currently being removed as the weight is becoming too much for the bridge to withstand!)