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1 Room is available to rent in a 64m2, 2-bedroom apartment with a balcony located in Ménilmontant, Paris's 20th arrondissement. This property has a spacious living room which is to be shared with the live-in landlord. The kitchen is fully furnished with modern appliances and ample storage space.
Ménilmontant is a vibrant, multicultural area which is filled with interesting places to visit. During the summer, it can be pleasant to walk 17 minutes to reach Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, a public park which boasts impressive views of the Parisian skyline. This apartment is well-connected to the rest of Paris – tenants can walk to either Pelleport, Saint-Fargeau, or Télégraphe – 3 metro stations that are all nearby.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Menilmontant, Paris’s 20th arrondissement is a well-connected, multicultural district that is popular for its fantastic nightlife and music scene that caters to all tastes. This area has a diverse mixture of residents that range from families to young professionals and students who prefer to live in a more relaxing neighbourhood.
The 20th arrondissement has many cafés and restaurants that provide its residents with endless entertainment both night and day. Parc de Belleville serves as a tranquil oasis for the city’s residents who go there to enjoy panoramic views of France’s capital.
The centre of Paris is only 30 minutes away, reachable by several metro lines that run through the district. If you visit this area, it is obligatory to check out the Marché aux Puces de Montreuil, one of the city’s best flea-markets comprised of over 500 stalls that offer a plethora of bargains – a perfect weekend activity!
Spooky fact: This arrondissement is the site of Père Lachaise cemetery. This graveyard is the resting place of famous figures such as Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde and The Doors frontman Jim Morrison. Although he passed away in 1971, Morrison’s tomb still attracts crowds of mourners on a daily basis. The volume of visitors is so high that a security guard is hired to permanently watch over his tomb!