Magnificent 700 sq ft duplex for 4, situated in the 1st district of Paris.
Marais, Montorgueil2 rooms65 m²
Apartment Le Puits D'Amour
- Splendid 65 m2 (700 ft2) duplex with an American kitchen, comfortably accomodates 4
- Relax on the 8 m2 (86 ft2) balcony and take advantage of the Parisien sun
- 4th floor (without elevator) of a building on rue de la Petite Truanderie
- On the edge of the historic Marais, a trendy and popular area in the 1st district of Paris
Imagine the apartment of your dreams, then delve into this splendid duplex in the heart of the highly sought-after 1st arrondissement (district) of Paris. Ascend 4 floors in this beautiful building (without elevator) along Rue de la Petite Truanderie to discover this elegant apartment. Formerly called Rue du Puits-d’Amour, this street has become a symbol of where lovers come to swear their eternal love.
With an enticing 700 ft2 of space, Le Puits D’Amour effortlessly displays modernity. The first level offers an ideal space in which to relax, with an open, bar-style kitchen that opens onto the living room. You will be able to dine at home in the living room, which also transforms into a comfortable sleeping area for 2 guests thanks to a convertible sofa bed. By taking the interior wooden stairs (not suited for children under 6 or the eldery), directly access the next floor, flooded with light by its large skylight. Clear and refined, the double bedroom is separate from the bathroom that contains a bathtub and half bath with toilet (WC). Enjoy the calm and Parisian sun that will embrace you out upon the splendid terrace, furnished and ready to host charming outdoor dinners.
Tourists and professionals alike: discover this symbolic quarter of Paris, considered to be the oldest area of the city. Explore the Louvre and its Carrousel, constructed by Napoleon on your way to the floral paths of the Jardin des Tuileries. The luxurious Place Vendôme with its grand hotels and designer jewelry boutiques (bijouteries) will indeed make for a regal experience, for both your eyes and wallet. Bordering the quarter of Marais, history buffs will be able to walk from the cathedral of Notre-Dame to Place des Vosges, passing the Marché aux Fleurs, a beautiful flower market near banks of the Seine, Châtelet and its two music and dance theaters, and Centre Beaubourg, a grand, national center for the arts. Although many sites that you may visit will have the advantage of being a short walk away, you will also be steps from numerous modes of public transportation, enabling you to tour all the quarters of Paris with ease.