About this listing
44 m2 apartment renovated 2009, modern kitchen, double exposure, view of central Paris, Tempurpedic bed, sofabed in living room. Elevator, dishwasher, wifi, TV & DVD, washing machine, close to metro “Pyrénées” & large Park “Buttes Chaumont.”
44 m2 one-bedroom apartment includes master bedroom with queen-size (160cm) Tempurpedic bed, open double room kitchen/living room with full-size sofa bed (140cm), kitchen incl refridgerator, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine. Bathroom has shower toilet & clothes washing machine, no bathtub, but a view of Eiffel Tower from the bathroom window. :)
Guests have access to the full apartment.
I absolutely love my neighborhood! Across the street from a big park, residential neighboorhood with lots of restaurants and some bars but still quiet at night. There is a great boulangerie across the street for a morning croissant, and a bank/cash machine on my street corner.
Métro : Easy 5 minute walk to metro (Pyrénées, line 11) which connects to city center in under 10 minutes.
Bus : Line 26, stop "Botzaris/Buttes Chaumont" or "Pyrénées".
Bike/Vélib' : stop right next to the apartment across the street.
Common sense rules in general, please respect the space. No smoking inside (unless at an *open* window for ventilation.)
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I am an American ex-pat living in Paris for 10 years. Passionate for languages & cultures! (Native English, fluent French, semi-fluent German, conversational Spanish...) Love travel, theater, film, vinyl records, Pilates, yoga, restaurants & also cooking at home with friends. Enjoy all cuisines.
I live in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, known for its great socio-economic & racial & religious diversity. My 44-sq meter apartment was entirely renovated in 2009, has modern open kitchen with bar, double exposure (lots of light!), offers a lovely skyline view of central Paris, and a queen-size Tempurpedic mattress for good sleep. It is conveniently located less than 5 mins from metro (Pyrénées, line 11) and is across the street from a large Park (Buttes Chaumont.) The Buttes Chaumont park is perfect for picnics, jogs, kids, and a trendy adult bar (Rosa Bonheur - open all week, Saturday is very crowded straight afternoon/evening, Sunday is the gay afternoon/evening and one of best gay destinations all week in Paris. If going to Rosa Bonheur bar on weekend arrive by 4pm to avoid waiting in line, then picnic and tapas and drink to your heart's content!) There are fun restaurants in the area : French, Columbian, Argentinian, Thai, Moroccan, Algerian, Japanese, Chinese, Indian, etc! The rue de Belleville (3min walk) As a host, I want my guests to have a fantastic time and have plenty of ideas for my neighborhood.
As a traveler I prefer to stay in a real home vs hotel, what is real local life like (local restaurants/bars/destinations) and am very respectful of the host's home.