Artist – Montparnasse
Located in an area of Paris which has been frequented by artists, and writers, since the 1920s.
Our Artist – Montparnasse apartment is located on the fourth, of this historic 1885 building.
It offers 75 sqm of space or roughly 700 sqft, it overlooks the Avenue Edgard Quinet with its lush trees line, and, being on the 4th floor, it has a very bright light all day long.
One enters the living room and the dining area. Both owners are artists, thus the whole living room is covered with paintings, art books, pottery, etc.
There is, by Paris standards, a large, fully equipped kitchen. The dining table can comfortably seat six people. The bedroom is replete with a double bed, desk, and other furnishings.
An ensuite bathroom contains an Italian walking shower, a toilet, and double sinks.
The neighborhood is filled with restaurants, bars, and theaters. The famous store MONOPRIX (food shop) is located right across the street.
A farmer’s market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday, and an enviable typical Parisian flea market is open every Sunday.
The Montparnasse train station is a 4-minute walk. However, if you prefer, taxis and buses are abundant, Uber can also be hired.
The world-renowned store LE BON MARCHE, (high-end clothing, shoes, jewelry, beauty products, etc.) is also a short walk away. A place worth discovering is La Grande Epicerie, which boasts a food hall, pastry shop, restaurant, and an out-of-this-world wine cellar.
The magnificent Hotel Lutetia (4,5 stars) is also nearby and is an exceptional & wonderful place to stop by, after a day discovering Paris, for an aperitif, and why not dinner?
La Closerie de Lilas was Hemingway’s home away from home & definitely his favorite hangout! Renowned & famous people such as Charles Baudelaire, Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein & Alice Toklas, Jean-Paul Sartre, James Joyce & Samuel Becket were regulars…
From La Closerie des Lilas a visit to Le Jardin du Luxembourg is a must, it was created by Marie de Médicis in 1612, and it’s a verdant park where you can stroll among, the fragrant plantings, have a seat & relax in the provided chairs, or go by the lake, to watch children launch their toy sailboats.
You’re now in the center of the Latin Quarter & in front of the Pantheon building which opened in 1790. Inside the Pantheon are buried well-known people such as Marie Curie, Victor Hugo, Emile Zola, as well as King Vittorio Emanuele II.
PLEASE NOTE: SMOKING IS FORBIDDEN IN ALL OF OUR PROPERTIES
PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF NEIGHBOURS AND KEEP NOISE LEVELS DOWN IN THE EVENINGS; PARTIES ARE NOT PERMITTED.
PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN ANY OF OUR APARTMENTS OR HOUSES.