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Male tenant preferred.
This 2-bedroom apartment has 1 room to rent and the landlord is looking for a male tenant. There is 1 shared bathroom, a very tidy and fully equipped kitchen, and the apartment covers an area of 75sqm. The living room is spacious and comfortably furnished, with a sofa, flat screen television, dining table, and stereo. Large windows in the living room and the bedroom let in lots of natural light to brighten up the apartment.
This apartment is located on Boulevard Soult, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. This area of the city is known for its diversity of residents, its fantastic multicultural ambiance, and its excellent restaurants and bars. Although located on the fringe of the city centre, Boulevard Soult is well connected to the rest of Paris with public transport.
Genders allowed: Only males
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Reuilly, Paris’s 12th arrondissement, is best known for the Bois de Vincennes, the largest park in the city and Opéra de la Bastille, Paris’s 2nd largest opera house. This well-connected district is convenient for long distance commuters, with Gare de Lyon and several metro and bus services in the vicinity. Reuilly is also home to one of Paris’s most popular residential districts, Quartier du Bel-Air which is perfect for those in need of a tranquil environment in the midst of a bustling city.
The 12th arrondissement is also known for its diversity of residents and buildings, generating a fantastic multicultural ambiance with plenty of entertainment. Do not forget to stop by Bercy Village and Marché d’Aligre, both pleasant shopping areas packed with friendly locals, excellent food and unmissable bargains. Compared to other neighbourhoods in France’s capital, this area is relatively inexpensive for accommodation. It is also a good option for temporary stays due to its selection of hostels, hotels and transport connections to other areas in Paris.
Fun fact: The Cinémathèque Française can be found in Reuilly, a museum of cinema that houses one of the largest archives of film-related memorabilia in the world. Amongst this extensive collection is Mrs. Bates’ head, a prop that was used in Hitchcock’s thriller ‘Psycho’!