A most attractive 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment for sale close to the Place Saint Germain des Pres in the 6th arrondissement, Paris.
This 172 sqm apartment occupies the entire 3rd floor of a beautiful Haussmanien building and features a long balcony overlooking the streets below. It is just a short distance from well known institutions such as Cafe de Flore, Les Deux Magots, La Brasserie Lipp and many luxury boutiques.
The marble floored entrance leads into a wonderful lounge with a fireplace, and the dining room. This leads on to the wood panelled library and the first bedroom suite which has access to the balcony as well as a dressing room and private bathroom.
A guest toilet and guest cloakroom are also off the entrance hallway as is the second bedroom suite with its office area, dressing room, private bathroom and hamman. The kitchen is fully equipped with a dining area and laundry room. The apartment has air conditioning, a home automation system for sound and lighting, parquet flooring, security, a lift, cellar and 24 hour caretaker services.
6TH ARRONDISSEMENT ST. GERMAIN The 6th arrondissement is, above all things, inspiring. Saint Germain has been the muse of scholars, artists, existentialists, bohemians, and politicians. Its shaded avenues and quiet side streets centrifuge into the spinning cafe scene on the Boulevard Saint Germain. Intellectuals and the glitterati preen and mingle with scruffy expat writers at the Cafe de Flore and Les Deux Magots.
You cannot avoid the siren's song of Saint Germain des Pres. Submit to her charms. Welcome to the land of the lotus eaters.
While many tours of Saint Germain start from landmarks Cafe de Flore or Les Deux Magots, why not try something different? Begin off the main drag of Boulevard Saint Germain at the Bar du Marche at 75 Rue du Seine. To get there, take the metro to Odeon (4). Exit the station and follow Boulevard Saint Germain in the opposite direction of traffic. Turn right on Rue de Seine. The Bar du Marche is at the intersection of Rue de Buci and Rue de Seine.
Swing by Taschen bookstore next door on Rue de Buci. Get lost among the publisher's enormous catalog of art, design, and architecture coffee table books.
Irresistible shopping is due west along the Boulevard Saint Germain. Notable indie boutiques are the through the looking glass jeweler Servane Gaxotte (55 Rue des Saints Peres), Mona (17 Rue Bonaparte) where you can drop a month's rent on Pierre Hardy and Lanvin, and the must see Arty Dandy (1 Place Furstemburg) situated on picturesque Place Furstemburg.
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