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This landlord requires 2 months rent as a deposit.
A lovely, spacious bedroom is available to rent in this shared 2 bedroom flat in Vaugirard, just 15 minutes walking from the Eiffel Tower, in Paris's 15th arrondissement. This charming residential area is centrally located, well serviced, and has plenty of shops, restaurants, markets, and other amenities. The beautiful flat would be shared with just the landlord, and features high ceilings, big windows, and wood floors. It is tastefully decorated, and has a large,sunny living room with a small balcony. The kitchen is fully equipped with all small appliances, a washer dryer, and an oven. The modern, shared bathroom has a roomy shower, and there is also a separate toilet room.
This apartment is located on the 5th floor of a building which is not equipped with an elevator. WiFi is installed on the property and it is activated.
La Motte-Picquet and Cambronne metro stops are both just 2 minutes walking from the flat. The Eiffel tower is 15 minutes away on foot.
The English speaking landlord does live on the property and requires 2 months rent as a deposit. Rent can be paid in cash or by bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Vaugirard, Paris’s 15th arrondissement is residential, comprised of four neighbourhoods and technically the largest district in France’s capital city. Although this area is not home to many tourist attractions, it is well served by the metro, and popular sites such as the Eiffel Tower are easily reachable by foot. What it lacks in famous landmarks, Vaugirard makes up for it with its charm and variety of amenities: the exhibition centre Paris expo Porte de Versailles and Parc Georges Brassens are nestled in this upmarket arrondissement. For families, the Aquaboulevard is nearby, an attraction that boasts the title of Paris’s largest waterpark, measuring a total of 7000m2. This arrondissement is also home to 14 cinemas and several restaurants that are pleasant to visit. Finally, the Parc André Citroën is filled with botanical wonders to thrill the senses. Literary fact: Vaugirard was once home to celebrated authors and artists such as Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, and Henry Miller.
You would be sharing the apartment with the landlord in his 30s.