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Marché Saint Pierre

Address: rue Livingstone 75018
Building level: 4
Elevator: Yes
Bedroom: 1
Rate: €1550/mo
Metro: Anvers, line 2
Size: 34 sq m
Min stay: 6 months


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


With parquet floors, simple decoration and windows in every room, the apartment is bright and welcoming even in the dullest weather. When you enter the flat, the kitchen is immediately to your right and salon to your left. There is a door at the end of the hallway that leads to the bedroom and, just before this door is the bathroom. The living area has a comfortable sofa bed which can sleep two people if you have guests visiting you. There is a comfortable dining table with seating for four - pick a seat by the window so you can gaze out at Sacre-Coeur!

There is also a wall-mounted, Smart television. The compact kitchen is equipped with combination microwave-oven, induction stove, dishwasher, fridge, electric kettle, toaster, coffee maker and more. The large bedroom has a double bed that lifts up with storage underneath. There is also a desk and chair should you need to work. It may be difficult though as you could end up staring out of the window at Sacre-Coeur.  The toilet is in the bathroom which also has a tub, handheld shower, sink and a washing machine. There are plenty of cupboards in here for storage. You could hardly have a more perfect Parisian location.

The apartment is an easy 15/20 minute walk from the Gare du Nord, although you can also reach it by bus or metro. Locally, within 30 seconds you're at the foot of the Butte of Montmartre looking up at the extraordinary Sacré Coeur that you see from the flat. Head further west and within five minutes you're in the midst of the trendy Abbesses area, with its many bars and restaurants, as well as growing numbers of eclectic boutiques. You are literally in the main fabric buying district of Paris - veritable dress makers heaven. Metro Anvers is on the East-West line 2, which takes you via Monceau and the fashionable 17th and 8th arrondissements to the Arc de Triomphe in one direction, and Nation via Pere Lachaise cemetery in the other.

Walk five minutes to Metro Abbesses and you're on the North-South line 12, which going South takes you to Gare St Lazare, for "Les Grands Magasins", Madeleine, Concorde, and onto the Left Bank - Solferino (for Musee d'Orsay), Sevres Babylone (for Bon Marche) and finally Montparnasse. There are also two useful buses nearby. Catch number 30 on Boulevard de Rochechouart, for Trocadero, via Arc de Triomphe, in one direction and Gare du Nord in the other. Catch number 67 by Pigalle metro (5 minutes walk away) for the Hotel de Ville and beyond onto the Left Bank. If you don't fancy public transport, "Les Grands Magasins", Opera and Madeleine are a gentle 20 minute stroll down the hill.

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