Room for women for rent in comfy 2-bedroom apartment in Le Blanc-Mesnil

Room3 flatmates1 bathrooms12 m2
  • Overview
  • Pricing
  • House rules
  • Landlord
  • Availabilities
  • Getting around
  • How to book


Your bedroom (Bedroom 1)

Heating unit
Independent key
Standalone wardrobe
Window view street
Single Bed

Property features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Balcony or terrace
Central water heating
12 m2


  • Property type: apartment
  • Storey: 2nd
  • Elevator: no
  • Number of bathrooms: 1
  • Wi-Fi installed: yes
  • Parking: no
  • CAF/APL: No

The Suburban Retreat

Because you want comfy and cosy.

Will I like it here?


Looking for somewhere comfy and well-equipped? Away from the hustle and bustle of central Paris?

Somewhere where you'll feel immediately at home?

Then check out this place in the suburb of Le Blanc-Mesnil.

Really? Tell me more...

You're going to appreciate having access to your own balcony. And it's a pretty big balcony at that. Come out here with your coffee in the mornings in the summer. The best way to start the day.

We think this property would suit those who are new to Paris and fancy tips on how to navigate the city. Living with the live-in landlady, the process of moving cities is a bit less scary. Plus the property itself is warm and welcoming.

Your top 3 reasons to live here:

  • AC will be a plus during heatwaves.
  • There's an Aldi down the road - great for budget grocery shopping.
  • A dishwasher saves you time and energy.

But you need to know this...

  • New to Paris and want some help finding your feet and getting settled? The 40-year-old live-in landlady can help with that.

Your Home-checker, Arthur, said:

“I love this property."

Help me make up my mind...

This is a 2nd-floor, 3-bedroom apartment on Rue Pierre Semard in north-east Paris. It has a cosy living-dining area, a separate kitchen, and a single bedroom with its own balcony

It is perfect for recent arrivals to the city. Need a hand settling in? The live-in landlady can offer advice and recommendations. Plus, central Paris is only 20 minutes away on the train.

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What we liked the most

  • Staying cool and calm - AC will be a plus during heatwaves.
  • Shopping on a budget - there's an Aldi down the road.
  • Saving time and energy - a dishwasher is a plus.

Things to keep in mind

  • New to Paris and want some help finding your feet and getting settled? The 40-year-old live-in landlady can help with that.


To pay per month

Monthly rent

500 €

To pay on move in

Your security deposit will be held by the landlord during your stay. It will be returned to you after you leave, minus the cost of any damages caused during the tenancy.
Your landlord may request a deposit of up to 2 months' rent depending on contract conditions

Services & expenses

Cleaning service

Not available


Type of contract
Good news! The month you move in and the month you move out, you will only pay for the days that you have booked.

Cancellation policy


House rules

Pets are not allowed
Smoking not allowed
Perfect for women
Single occupancy only

Documents required

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:

  • ID or Passport
  • Proof of income (3x higher than the rent and charges)
  • Residence permit (signed employment contract or offer letter from your future employer should work too).

If you are a student, you need the same documents from your guarantor.

  • ID or Passport
  • Proof of income of your guarantor (3x higher than the rent and charges)
  • University acceptance letter
Why do I need these documents?

Landlord policies

  • Payment method: bank transfer
  • Possibility of domiciliation: yes
  • Your landlord speaks: French.
  • Your landlord lives on the property
  • If the stay is longer than 6 months, the rent is reduced to 450€

About the landlord

All our Landlords are vetted by our Trust and Safety team.



Available from

October 1, 2021

Min. stay

3 months (90 days).

Max. stay

No maximum stay

Calendar updated

(Updated 20 hours ago)

Getting around


  • The following train station and bus stop are within an 11-minute walk of the property:
    • Gare du Blanc Mesnil (RER B)
    • Rond-Point Pierre Semard - Turgot bus stop (bus 251)


  • New to Paris and want some help finding your feet and getting settled? The 40-year-old live-in landlady can help with that.

How to book

Find your home 100% onlineWith Spotahome, in-person visits are a thing of the past. Our team verifies the property to offer video tours and photos so you can view them online. We collect all the information you need to make your decision.
Make a booking requestWith just a few simple details you can request the property and it will be held for you until you get a response. Remember, we won't charge you until the Landlord confirms.
Get an answer in 24h or lessThe Landlord has 24 hours to respond to your booking request. If they accept, your payment method will be charged and we will put you in contact with the Landlord. If they don’t accept, no worries, you won't be charged and we'll help you find alternatives.
Move inArrange your move-in date, key collection and anything else directly with your Landlord. As an extra security step, we will only transfer the first month's rent to the Landlord 48 hours after you move in, unless you contact us with a problem.
Remember: you have 24h to check your new home
If the property is significantly different to what our listing promised, let us know within 24h since you move in so that we can work to resolve it.