An apartment in a building of the nineteenth century (Haussmann), first floor

An apartment in a building of the nineteenth century (Haussmann), first floor




Jan 2008

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our apartment has an independant dining-room and an independant living-room, a large corridor (20 metres long), four bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen, one wc. It's a very good size for a family of five members. Our decoration is in the ancient style and we have a lot of books and some paintings on the walls.We are on the second floor (us).


More about us

  1. My husband (53 years old) is a public accountant very interested in history and art, I (52) am a teacher in economics and sociology in a high school. We have 3 children: one boy of 20 studying law to become a property agent, another boy (14) in college who is absolutly passionate about United States (history, geography, sport, cinema ---), and a little girl (9) who loves music, danse, books and swimming.

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Where is it?


Our building has seven floors and one apartment of 136m2 at each floor. The neighbours are older than us (from sixty to eighty), the building has a guardian and two secret codes. We are extremly well situated in Paris, near one of the most commercial street (rue de Rennes), we are five minutes far from the Luxembourg garden, we have three subway stations very near (Saint Placide, Rennes, Sevres Babylone), a big train station at 15 minutes walking (gare Montparnasse) and 30 cinemas at five minutes walking. All the museums and historical building (Louvre, Notre Damede Paris ----)are accessible by bus, metro, or walking if you like to, in fifteen minutes. Our street is very calm and nevertheless near all the cultural and commercial activities.

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