Apartment The Colonial – Montparnasse District
This is a stunning property that offers quality furnishings, for the most discerning of travellers!
The living area has been well thought out to maximize the space and the decor has been chosen with care in a colonial style, a haven far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
It is situated on the 3rd floor, accessed by the stairwell of a quiet co ownership and has a clear outlook, no vis-a-vis.
It is a bright apartment thanks to it’s large windows and high ceiling; it was completely renovated to a high spec. at the beginning of 2017.
This One bed-roomed space is composed of living area and bedroom with beautiful wood floorboards running throughout.
The living room is spacious and flows into the kitchen:
There is a designer, leather, Queen-size sofa bed (of 160cm), with a real mattress, as well as wood/glass coffee table, a flat screen tv and a storage cupboard at your disposal.
The open-plan kitchen is equipped with all the necessary home appliances; washer/drier machine, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee maker, new generation oven with digital touch large sink, induction hotplates as well as the necessary cutlery, utensils and kit at your disposal..
The central island-table has 3 high designer chairs where you can dine and the chrome lighting effect adds a touch of chic for a relaxed atmosphere!
The bedroom is separate and consists of a real Queen-size double bed (of 160cm) with quality mattress, and a large mirrored wardrobe for your personal effects.
The bathroom is accessed independently from the bedroom and living area and has a bespoke Italian-style shower-cabinet….you will love the exotic feel. There is a designer basin and store cupboard for your use.
- A flat full of character, perfect for a long term rental for the discriminating, in one of Paris’ most desirable and central districts!
- Bright,quiet and with no overlook.
- High quality, designer furniture
- Queen size sleeps.
- Very wellserved by all public transport
This property is situated in the 14th arrondissement in the residential Quartier Plaisance, inbetween la Porte de Versailles and Porte d’Orléans, an area in respectful development. It is a lively and secure district that is home to numerous restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, private flowered houses, green parks.
The flat is located on Rue Pernety, quiet one sense street surrounded by trees .
This area is also perfectly serviced with public transport: metro, bus and trams all at your fingertips, so ideal for those on a short stay or for business – the famous Parc des Expositions and Villepinte, renowned worldwide for their expositions, are easily accessed from this area.
TO VISIT NEARBY
- MONTPARNASSE TOWER: completed in 1973, this was the tallest skyscraper in Paris until 2011 when it was replaced by the First Tower, and as of 2013 it is the 14th tallest building in the European Union. You can reach the top by foot in 20mins and you will have the most stunning 360 degree view from the 56th floor. En route to the tower, the district of Montparnasse hosts numerous little streets, loved for its lively nightlife, restaurants, bars, cinemas, theatres, shops (see the famous Rue de la Gaité) and if you fancy a walk, you can also reach the chic Rue de Rennes situated in front of the Tower, and that itself will lead you directly to the prestigious Quartier Saint Germain.
- VILLA SEURAT: this area is often underestimated by many, but it is a real study of the 1920s Art Moderne architecture. Most of the buildings were built during a short period by renowned architects and there are plenty of celebrities associated with it; from the name-sake painter George Seurat and writer Henry Miller to artist Salvador Dali.
- MONTSOURIS PARK: this public park opened in 1869 is one of the four large urban public parks created by Emperor Napoléon III at each of the points of the compass around the city, in order to provide green space and recreation for the rapidly growing population of Paris. The Park contains a lake, a cascade, wide sloping lawns, and many notable varieties of trees, shrubs and flowers. It is also home to a meteorology station, a cafe and a guignol theater.
- RUE D’ALÉSIA: this is one of the few streets to be named after a French/Gallic defeat, in 52 BC Caesar’s army was victorious at the Battle of Alésia. Nowadays this is shopping haven full of boutiques selling last years fashion and the biggest brands at discount prices. Happy shoppingtournaments, a huge screen transmits live matches; as well as wonderful garden exhibitions. There are more than 200 sculptures along each side of Hotel de Ville building to be admired; created by one of Paris’ most famous artists, Auguste Rodin.
- PARIS’ CATACOMBES:this is an unusual place to visit that is absolutely worth it!! It is a maze of tunnels and crypts underneath the city streets where Parisians placed the bones of their dead for almost 30 years.