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Comfortable rooms are available to rent for students in a peaceful, 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment in the 8th arrondissement of Lyon, just a few stops from Jean Moulin University Lyon 3. One of the 63 m² apartment's best features is its spacious living area with a television and access to a fantastic balcony.
You can find several shops in the surrounding area, along with restaurants and other amenities. Tenants will be provided with a parking space, however the closest metro station is just a 10-minute walk away.
Suitable for: Students
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
The 8th arrondissement
Your family-friendly, affordable home
Where is it?
Do you want to live a chilled and affordable lifestyle? Then you’ll get on well in the 8th arrondissement.
It’s a modest, no frills, village-like area. It’s also the perfect place to bring a family or to save money. Think green spaces, mini markets, gentlemen playing boules, and actual houses.
There are a lot of neighbourhoods in this district. Some are housing projects from the 1920s and 30s. They have names like Monplaisir, Les États-Unis, and Mermoz.
The 8th arrondissement is great for students. Lyon 3 Manufacture des Tabacs campus is here, and the Lyon 2 Bron campus is accessible by a direct tram.
What can I do here
You can live in a convivial community and enjoy a peaceful day-to-day life.
Monplaisir was the birthplace of cinema. Discover more at the Institut Lumière. You’ll find it on the aptly named Rue du Premier Film.
If you’re hungry, grab a bite at L’Épicerie. It’s a charming place, good for lunch, and next to the Lyon 3 campus. Or head to Kaffee Berlin if you love beer and bagels in a trendy-cafe-meets-old-school-bar setting.
Ambroise Courtois square hosts a regular market. A good place to get your fresh fruit and vegetables. Soak up the sun on its charming terraces in summer.
Cinema was invented right here in the 8th arrondissement. The Frères Lumières created the first moving film in 1895. Moving.
Can I afford it?
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