Magnifique loft au rez de chaussée donnant sur une petite cour arborée, avec plantes et table dehors située plein Sud. Le loft est situé dans une impasse privée très calme, avec la possibilité de se garer dans la rue gratuitement.
Nation est un quartier très animé avec un marché deux fois par semaine (fruit, legumes, fromages, viande). Des supermarchés sont aussi à proximité (Casino, Monoprix) mais aussi le grand magasin Printemps ou Darty.
Welcome in my atypical and cozy 48 square meters studio loft apartment located on rue des Colonnes Du Trone in the 12th arrondissement, on the ground floor of a 19th century building. The loft benefits from a small courtyard with plants for sunny breakfast outside !
The living room has a window facing courtyard and it is furnished with : sofa, queen size bed, coffee table, armchair, 2 armchairs, desk, TV, built-in shelves, hard wooden floor.
The kitchen is equipped with all kitchen utensils and oven, ceramic hob, fridge, freezer, kettle, built-in wall closet, hard wooden floor
The bathroom is equipped with : washbasin, shower, toilet, washer (in the dressing), built-in shelves, tiled floor.
This apartment is equipped with : washer, unlimited high speed internet access, wifi , phone, stereo, TV.
I also provide Bed linens and Towels.
A parking is included.
The area :
Nation, the heart of eastern Paris For a vacation in a less touristy area of Paris, Nation is a quiet but lively district, with apartments within easy reach of the center of the capital. A former entrance in the Mur des Fermiers Généraux ("Wall of the Farmers-General") used for the collection of taxes on goods entering the city, the square was renamed Place du Trône Renversé during the Revolution, and then Place de la Nation for the celebration of the first national holiday on July 14th 1880. Around Nation there are several administrative areas of Paris: the Sainte-Marguerite district to the north, a corner of Paris with few tourists but fairly popular for its nightlife. Many arts and crafts workshops have been converted into lofts popular among the " bourgeois bohemian" population. To the south, the Picpus and Bel-Air districts were once part of the Saint-Mandé commune before being annexed by Paris in 1860. Interesting things to see around Nation Place de la Nation provides a real breath of fresh air in the middle of the capital. Connected to Bastille by Faubourg Saint-Honoré, it is packed with symbols like the central bronze statue: the Triomphe de la République, an allegory showing the spirit of freedom guiding the chariot of universal suffrage. Two other values also appear, pushing the chariot: justice and labor. In the direction of Vincennes, you can see the monumental Barrière du Trône erected for the collection of taxes. These columns are topped with statues of Philip II Augustus and Saint Louis. Nation is in the heart of a district that, in some places, has escaped Haussmann's influence. You can therefore walk through the little back streets or take the long, illuminated boulevards to the Seine, the Bastille, or Vincennes.
Public transports :
Transportation in Place de la Nation is a big transportation hub. The RER A and metro lines 1, 2, 6, and 9 stop there. There are several stations in the area: Montgallet (line 8), Buzenval (line 9), Avron (line 2), Picpus (line 6) and Rue des Boulets (line 9).
Food and shops :
This residential distric has many food stores, in particular small Middle Eastern food stores. Several eateries are dotted around the square and along the main streets.
Many shops and stores are close to the apartment : a Bakery, a Butchery, a Supermarket, a Theater, Restaurant, Cafe, a Laundromat, Doctor, Drugstore,
If you need more informations or any help to organize your stay, please ask me.
Hope to see you soon in Paris !!!
Please respect the place.
No parties, no loud music.
And Be nice with the neighbors !