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Date de mise à jour : 10/12/2019 - Bright 1 bedroom apartment of 45 sq. mt. on the second floor (without elevator) in a period building from the early 20th century, located in the 13th arrondissement, a Parisian residential area well connected with the main points of interest and full of shops.The apartment, which can accommodate up to 4 guests is made up of a bedroom, an open floor plan kitchen in the living room, and a bathroom. This apartment is ideal for both short and long-term stays.The entrance to the apartment is made up of a hallway that overlooks the kitchen where all the appliances are on the right, while the cabinets, sink, and the burners are on the left, all decorated with hand-painted tiles. The kitchen is fully equipped with utensils and crockery for 4 guests. A door at the end of the hall leads to the bathroom with bathtub, sink, sanitary ware, and a spacious window that guarantees ventilation. From the entrance, on the left leads to the living area with original parquet and 2 large windows overlooking the tree-lined Rue de Tolbiac. The living room is furnished with a double sofa bed (140 cm), an armchair, a round wooden table with chairs, and a small console with a TV.Finally, the corridor leads to the sleeping area, divided into a room and a very useful walk-in closet for your guests sleeping in the living room. The bedroom is furnished with a double bed (140 cm), a large wardrobe, and a decorative wooden fireplace.Parking:The closest parking garage is the Parking Parispark, Moulin des Prés, 62, 200 meters away.Public transportation:The nearest metro stop is Tolbiac (line 7) just 150 meters away and Place d'Italie (line 5), 700 meters away.Area:The 13th arrondissement is a rather large district of Paris that is residential, quiet, and is located outside the traditional tourist area but is not without great interest and particularity. The most significant attractions in this area, especially for lovers of contemporary architecture, are the François Mitterand National Library and the whole Paris Rive Gauche district, an ambitious urban project designed by names like Christian de Portzamparc or Norman Foster, including several contemporary buildings used as offices or administrative centers of France. For lovers of the more traditional Paris, in the neighborhood there is the Manifacture des Gobelins, a wonderful 17th century structure commissioned by Henry IV for the production of tapestries and carpets, and the Butte aux Cailles, a delightful hill dominated by windmills at the time, currently a residential area with small villas, picturesque views, bars, and restaurants ideal for relaxing after a day in the chaotic capital. Under the Butte on Blanqui Boulevard on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays there is one of the most important food markets in the city, at affordable prices.