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This 60 m², 3-bedroom apartment has spacious rooms for rent – perfect for professionals and students. The property offers that special Parisian charm, reflected in the elegant entrance and corridor of the property. The long corridor with beautiful wooden floorboards divides the apartment into bedrooms to the right and the common areas to the left There is a fully equipped kitchen with modern amenities and a large bathroom to share.
The apartment is located on a very lively street in Paris’s 14th arrondissement, Observatoire. On your street, you can find charming local shops ranging from bakeries to florists. The location is extremely convenient, with 2 metro lines, multiple bus stops, and a tram stop within a 10-minute walk. If you enjoy spending time outdoors, you can take advantage of the nearby Jardin de la Rue de Chatillon and Parc Montsouris.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Observatoire, Paris’s 14th arrondissement is mostly known as the site of 2 of the city’s most popular attractions: the monumental Tour Montparnasse skyscraper and the creepy Catacomb museum. Observatoire is home to the majority of the Montparnasse neighbourhood, an area which many famous artists and philosophers have traditionally called home. Modern day Observatoire boasts a mixture of residents that range from students to families. The 14th arrondissement is a secure and well connected area, enabling easy access to both the Paris Nord station and the city centre. This district is comprised of breathtaking buildings, stylish stops and chic cafés. Spooky fact: The Catacombs, Paris’s underground cemetery, holds the remains of 6 million people and is approximately 186 miles long!