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This delightful 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom luxury vacation rental in Vaugirard is a cool Parisian escape from the urban hustle and bustle. It warmly sleeps up to 2 guests.
The holiday home boasts pleasant and perky interiors, and it features French windows with balconettes that make the place all bright and breezy. The living room is an open-plan gem, which has plenty of space for quiet lounging or merry conversations. The sitting area offers a chunky sofa and a comfy armchair, plus a TV that brings the news of the day. The dining area right by is as neat as it is nice, and it provides whitewashed chairs around the contemporary table. The adjoining kitchen, meanwhile, contains the essentials for creating yummy meals and sparkling drinks.
You will love that the bedroom is prepared to give you and yours one good night’s sleep after another...after another. You will love, too, that the bathroom is squeaky clean. You will love more that the apartment is just a few blocks off the stunning Pont Mirabeau—a bridge built in the late 1800s that splashes with inspiration.
Closest Paris Métro station: Charles Michels, less than a five-minute walk along Avenue Émile Zola from the northeastern end of Rue Saint Charles.
The property belongs in Vaugirard, the 15th arrondissement of the City of Lights. The neighborhood is nestled on the left bank of the River Seine. It prides itself on being once home to the likes of actress Brigitte Bardot, artist Marc Chagall, novelist Samuel Beckett, and scientist Louis Pasteur, as well as Nobel laureates Jacques Monod, François Jacob, Luc Montagnier, and Françoise Barré-Sinoussi. Some places of interest here are the Parc André Citröen, the Front de Seine high-rise district otherwise known as Beaugrenelle, and l’Île aux Cygnes where stands a replica of sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty. A part of marvelous Montparnasse sits in Vaugirard. Getting to and from other parts of the city is stress-free, with the Avenue Émile Zola, Bir-Hakeim, Charles Michels, Convention, and several more Paris Métro stations serving the area.
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