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Magnifique Montmartre

Address: rue Lapeyrere 75018
Building level: 6
Elevator: Yes
Bedroom: 1
Rate: €1000/wk (see 2024 pricing below)
Metro: Jules Joffrin, line 12
Size: 39 sq m
Min stay: 1 week
Registration number: 7511812119641


Bedroom 1: Double bed
Coffee maker
Cutlery, cookware, dishes
Gas heating
Iron, ironing board
Linen, towels
Refrigerator, freezer
Telephone with free calls to many countries
Washing machine with drying rack
Wireless internet


**2024 weekly rates - Jul 15-Aug 15: 1400€**

This Paris holiday home in 'Butte Montmartre' was redone in 2024. 

All rooms, apart from the bedroom, are off the main entry. There is a large storage closet immediately to the left. Just after this is the bathroom with a toilet, sink, shower and washing machine.

Please note, you must take off your shoes in this apartment.  

The kitchen has all modern conveniences, a large countertop and a sidebar for appliances. The oven is a combination microwave/oven and the two-burner cooktop is induction. One of the apartment's two balconies is off the kitchen.

The salon has plenty of reading material the owner has thoughtfully left to share with you. The wooden dining table in this room doubles as a desk. The second balcony is off this room and there is a folding table with chairs should you choose to dine al fresco.

Access to the bedroom is through the salon. The double-sized bed is new so we are sure you will enjoy walking up in it. There is a wardrobe, two chests of drawers and a valet. If you need additional hanging space, the closet in the entryway has plenty. 

This small, one-way street was opened in 1903 and it has some interesting history. In the 18th century, the area was part of a fairly large farm comprising residential buildings, stables, sheepfold and garden. This complex was purchased in 1771 by Count Jacques Airony de Corsé and transformed into something called a 'folie'. A folie was a sort of holiday or reception home popular with the aristocracy and the wealthy bourgeoisie. It was sold in 1811 and the new owner called this country house 'La Boule d'or'. The name stuck through different ownership until the property was sold at the beginning of the 20th century. It was then that the multistory buildings on rue Lapeyrere and rue de Tretaigne were built and remain standing today.

PerfectlyParis is a founding member of the SPLM (Syndicat des Professionnels de la Location Meublée), the first representative body of furnished rental professionals:

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