Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Adorable Apartments in Paris

Rue du Four
Off the entry hall is the large living room overlooking the rue du Four. Two long upholstered sofas are grouped around a coffee table in front of the decorative fireplace. Occasional tables and lamps as well as art pieces accent this appealing room.
The apartment is light and bright with large windows, wood parquet floors, original molding and decorative fireplaces. The decor features fine furnishings including richly colored fabrics, antique pieces and oriental carpets. Adjacent is the open-plan kitchen-dining room. The kitchen is fully-equipped and features dark wood and glass cabinets, a professional-level gas stove and a full-range of appliances. A dark wood counter separates the kitchen from the dining area where there is another decorative fireplace and a handsome wood table and chairs for 6 people.St-Germain-des-Prés is among Paris' most historic and stylish neighborhoods. The celebrated church for which the area is named is just a block away. The area is full of shops, restaurants and cafés frequented in the 1950s and 60s by the city's intellectual elite.A short walk away are the lively markets of the rue de Seine and rue de Buci, a delight for the eye and the palate And the banks of the Seine, the Luxembourg Gardens and other renowned Left-Bank sights are all within easy walking distance.

Located in a late 19th-century building, this apartment is spacious by Paris standards with 1,100 sq. ft. of living space. It is on the 4th floor with elevator access. The building and apartment are beautifully renovated retaining their classic architectural features.

The quai de MontebelloThe quai de Montebello is in the heart of Paris. From here, the banks of the Seine, the Ile de la Cité, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Ile St-Louis and the historic and lively Left Bank neighborhoods are your neighbors, all within easy walking distance.Located in a well-restored 18th-century building with elevator, this exceptional apartment enjoys superb views of Notre Dame Cathedral and the Seine. The apartment is on two levels and is accessed from the third floor by elevator. Original wood beamed ceilings and half-timbered walls accent classic furnishings and beautiful fabrics along with all modern conveniences including high-speed internet access and air conditioning. And to ensure a restful stay, windows are fitted with two sets of double-paned glass.On the entry level is a large living-dining room with wood parquet floors, a fireplace and tall windows taking full advantage of the splendid river and cathedral views. In the sitting area are a beige upholstered settee-style sofa with lots of throw pillows and period chairs grouped around a glass-topped coffee table near the fireplace. Opposite is a handsome wood desk. An antique chandelier and large mirror are elegant accents. By the windows is an oval white wood dining table and upholstered chairs.

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