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This landlord only accepts female tenants.
Spotahome presents 3 rooms available for females in a deluxe, 265m2, 5 bedroom apartment situated in the coveted Luxembourg area in Paris. Tenants will share this property with the landlord, his wife and occasionally their son. Located on Rue Blaise-Desgoffe, this luxury apartment can be found in the centre of Paris within walking distance from many famous landmarks. The property boasts a spacious kitchen with modern amenities and a breakfast bar. Each bedroom is spacious and features comfortable beds and plenty of storage space. There are 2 complete bathrooms to share between tenants and each has clean, modern appliances. The closest metro station is Saint-Placide and is 3 minutes away.
This apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. Wi-Fi is installed in the property and it is activated.
This property is situated in the very central Luxembourg area. The closest metro station is Saint-Placide which can be reached in 3 minutes. This station serves line 4.
The English speaking landlord lives on the property and requires 1000€ as a deposit. Rent can be paid by cash, bank transaction or credit card. The landlord only accepts females.
Genders allowed: Only females
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, Students, Erasmus
This apartment is situated in Luxembourg. Luxembourg, Paris’s 6th arrondissement is situated on the left back of the river Seine. This neighbourhood forms the Latin Quarter together with Panthéon, the city’s 5th arrondissement. Luxembourg is the site of the 23 hectare Luxembourg Gardens, which are set in front of the breathtaking Luxembourg Palace and attract more than 4 million visitors per year. Also known as Paris’s literary heart, this area has inspired writers and artists across centuries and Parisians enjoy soaking up the atmosphere during rendez-vous in local cafés. Luxembourg is known as a vibrant and lively area, mainly due to its proximity to several universities and educational institutions. It can be pleasant to stroll along the charming streets of this arrondissement whilst investigating smart and quirky cafés as well as chic restaurants and exclusive vintage or designer boutiques. With easy access to several metro stations, this neighbourhood is ideal for those who prefer to live in a charming and most certainly unique area of the capital. Fun fact: Luxembourg is home to the picturesque Saint-Sulpice, a church that you may recognise from Ron Howard’s ‘Da Vinci Code.’ Somewhat controversially, the Archdiocese of Paris denied access to the inside of the building during filming, so the interior of the church was digitally re-created in the studio!
Tenants will share the common areas of this apartment with the landlord and his wife. This couple is very attentive, friendly and between the ages of 40 and 50. Sometimes their son will also stay in the apartment.