Family apartment in a pedestrian precinct in the heart of historical Paris

Family apartment in a pedestrian precinct in the heart of historical Paris




Feb 2009

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

We live in a very quiet apartment under the roof on the 6th floor of the building with a nice view over the roofs of Paris. There are 2 areas in the apartment = the parents' side (1 bedroom with a queen bed + 1 bathroom with bath) and the children's side (2 bedrooms: one with one single bed and one with a bunk bed + 1 bathroom with bath) and we have a large living room with a TV, dvd, computer and video games corner. Two people can also sleep on the couch in the living room. The kitchen is large and includes the dining table. The apartment is located east/west and is sunny in the afternoon with 4 windows over the pedestrian street with a small balcony each.


More about us

  1. We are a family of 4. Jean-Marc (54) is documentary and animation director for TV, and I (42) am a TV movies producer, having started my own company for three years now. We have two sons (Gaspard 10 years old and Mathurin 8) and a black and white cat named Lillou + 2 fishes... We like travelling and we like movies and books... We have never exchange home yet, but we have several friends (some even in the same building) who enjoyed it very much, so we've decided we shoud try !

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Where is it?


Our home is located in the pedestrian zone "Montorgueil", right in the center of the capital, in a very lively and typical area, with many stores cafés and restaurants. It is at 10 minutes walk from the Louvre and the Beaubourg Museum, or from the Seine or the old neighbourhood "Le Marais" or the Garden "Palais Royal". You can live without a car, with all the buses, subway and RER trains driving you anywhere you want + the "velib"(bicycle to rent) available everywhere. You are 3' walk from "Les Halles" with all the stores and the biggest movie theater of Paris.

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