Renovated in 2011 and located on the 6th floor of a 1920s building (with elevator), this open 1-bedroom apartment to rent on Rue de Valence is modern and spacious. The bright living area is fitted with beautiful and original parquet floors. One wall is entirely occupied by a white wooden wardrobe, a red velvet sofa and shelves. Behind the sofa, there's a hidden double bed. The dining area consists of an extendible glass table with 4 Philippe Stark chairs, and there's a TV with DVD player. On the right wall, in addition to two windows, there is a small but highly functional kitchenette, complete with a stone countertop. And finally, on the third wall, a door gives access to the bedroom, which includes a wardrobe, double bed covered with red leather, a designer floor lamp and a television.
The 5th arrondissement is one of the most historic districts in Paris. Exploring the area you’ll eventually cross paths with the winding streets and alleys of Rue Mouffetard, which is famous for its weekend open air food market with terrific local specialties. The street offers a wide range of boutiques, pubs, restaurants, all the way down to Place de la Contrescarpe, a charming corner of Paris which looks and feels more like a quiet village square. Everything you need, including supermarkets, pharmacies, restaurants and pastry shops, is just a couple steps away. And if you love long strolls in the park, you won’t want to miss visiting the 17th century botanical garden of Jardin des Plantes.
Firstly, please grab the following documents. You’ll need them to in the next stage of your application, and you won’t be able to make a booking without them.
If you are a professional, you need to provide:
If you are a student, you need the same documents from your guarantor.
Cleaning service: weekly cleaning can be arranged for a fee