The living room has a Fireplace that works and lots of light. Firewood supplied.
The Spacious and artful sitting room
The four poster master bedroom
The Terrace from the dining room.Great for dining outdoors. Access from Bedroom, too
The study features a library and can Convert to Second bedroom.
The kitchen is fully equipped and fit for a Chef.
The Study doubles as a TV room
The dining area with views into the living room
Dining room and the Terrace Entrance
A place to repose in the bathroom. It can double as a bed for a small child.
Full bathtub in this bathroom. Shower in the other.
This bathroom is spacious and luxurious with walk-in Marble Shower
A quiet place for study or contemplation of your tourist excursions
Delightful touches abound in this apartment!
Shell Fish for sale across the street.
Notre Dame and The Sine
The Beautiful Place de Vosges a stroll away
Within the Place de Vosges
This classic Paris apartment issSteps from the renowned shops of the Marais, the Place de Vosges,and convenient to Paris' public transportation.This is a gem of a Parisian apartment, ideal for one or two couples or a family.This is an especially relaxing home away from home. The master bedroom features a very comfortable four poster bed and has French doors that open on to a small terrace in the interior courtyard of the building - a perfect spot of peace and quiet for a breakfast, a light lunch, or just for reading. Alternatively, the dining room is spacious, and can be used for entertaining. Given the well-designed kitchen entertaining would be a breeze in this apartment. The living room can accommodate a dinner party group comfortably. The adjacent small study and library is perfect for a quiet read or for watching television. There is a separate toilet near the entrance, and the principal bathroom has an attractive glass-enclosed shower, along with hand basin and toilet. The single bedroom has the distinction of having a bath in the room.
From the mid-thirteenth century, the Marais became one of the most important aristocratic areas of Paris. By World War II the Marais had declined, but a major effort was made beginning in the 1950's to renovate the area. The main palaces and mansions were restored and turned into museums: the Picasso Museum, the Paris Historical Museum and the Cognac-Jay Museum are now prominent and worthy of a visit. The Georges Pompidou Museum, France's national Museum of Modern Art and one of the world's most important cultural institutions was built on the western edge of the Marais. Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano were the architects of this architecturally revolutionary building. The Marais has become incredibly chic and you will find trendy shops, countless art galleries, and all varieties of restaurants and cafés. You can shop away and dine very well between museum visits.