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Latin Quarter Arènes de Lutèce

  • Price: €1 500
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Size: 38 m2
  • Arrondissement: 5th
  • Area: LATIN QUARTER
  • Energy Rating:
    Electric EPC/HER: NCO
    Gas EPC/HER: Pending
Description

Property for rent

Located in the Latin Quarter, in a beautiful building from 1890, this one-bedroom apartment has been elegantly furnished with antiques and collectibles - and it's also just a short stroll from the impressive Roman amphitheatre, the Arènes de Lutèce, as well as the Sorbonne University and the Jardin des Plantes.
• Excellently located, this lovely property is situated on rue de Navarre - probably one of the oldest streets in Paris as it provides an access point to the arenas of Lutèce, built in the 1st century.
• Offering an interesting history, the building was once home to the famous French art historian Émile Mâle who lived there for many years.
• The apartment itself comprises a pleasant sitting room connected to an open fully-equipped kitchen, as well as a quiet bedroom with en-suite bathroom and plentiful storage.
• In addition, there is the added bonus of a comfortable sofa bed, ready and waiting for when any guests come to stay.
• Finally, Paris's best gastronomic delights, from butcher's and bakers to the popular market at Place Monge, are also close by as well.
• #VingtLoves: This lovely light-filled apartment has been furnished to a very high standard - and it's also perfectly located for all the best of the 5th arrondissement.
• TV, WIFI and internet included.

Property Ref: PSU307

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