This two bedroom apartment of 65 m2 (Duplex - on two levels), is located in the 5th arrondissement (district) of Paris, in a prime central location in the heart of the Latin Quarter adjacent to the Botanical Garden and the Arenes de Lutece and just a short walk to the bustling Mouffetard street where you will find one of the most famous markets of Paris, it is a narrow cobbled street in, giving the impression of a tiny village, here You will find fruits, vegetables, butchers, bakeries, fishmongers, cheese and wine shops, a gourmet paradise. This shopping street is also lined with excellent restaurants and cafes, perfect for people-watching while soaking up the atmosphere and smells of the neighborhood.
Many of Paris' most popular tourist hotspots are also within easy reach including the Luxembourg Garden, the Pantheon, the Saint Michel Square, the Saint Germain district, the Ile de la citee, the Ile Saint Louis and the Montparnasse district. Superb shopping is also on the Boulevard Saint Germain and its immediate neighbourhood together with its lively nightlife and charming cafés.
The apartment is a duplex - ground and first floor, it is fully furnished and tastefully decorated with a French Touch, it has a generous sized downstairs consisting of a living area, dining area, fully fitted Kitchen, lavatories and bathroom. Upstairs you will find a master bedroom, the second bedroom and also a working space. Do not hesitate to choose this apartment as your next home away from home in Paris, it is perfect for a family of up to 6 people.
The Les Gobelins underground station is just a short walk away offering a direct connection to the Louvre, the Faubourg Saint Honore, the Opera Square and the Boulevard Haussemann.
The Apartment Fer a Moulin Quartier Latin II is located on the fourth floor in a building with lift.
Note: the living room has a typical French floor tiles Tommettes and wooden beams. Two barriers with locking security systems make the stairs safe for young children.
General facilities: air conditioning (upstairs), Internet connection, cable TV, phone, washing machine and dryer.
First bedroom: Queen size bed (160 cm x 200 cm), although smaller, it exudes romantic charm with light streaming through a roof window.
Second bedroom: twin beds (80 cm x 180 cm) (cigogne beds) that can be made up as a double bed, reading lamp, desk, chair, several chest of drawers and wardrobe.
Office space between the two bedrooms: desk and chair.
Living room: double sofa-bed (with a high quality mattress, 140 cm x 190 cm), coffee table, armchairs, flat screen TV, cupboard and decorative fire place.
Dinning area: wooden dinning table and chairs.
Kitchen: fully equipped kitchen, fridge, cooking hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, crockery, cutlery cookware, kitchen utensils and cupboards.
Bathroom: bathtub with Shower inc., washbasin and mirror.
Separate toilet: WC and washbasin.
Rue Fer a Moulin, Paris 13th district
The area is characterized mainly by the famous Latin Quarter although it is not just that. The Latin Quarter takes its name from the Sorbonne, prestigious university that attracts students from around the world. The area has the appearance of a small village, where students and staff come together in the winding streets. It is also one of the most central district of Paris, located on the Left Bank, bordering the 4th, 6th, 13th districts and the Seine River.
Nearby points of interest:
On site: Quartier Latin, Saint Germain des Pres, Saint Michel, Botanic Garden, Luxembourg Garden, Mouffetard street, Monge Square, Pantheon, Sorbonne and Tour Montparnasse.
Within 5 stations by metro: Ile de la Cite, Notre Dame Cathedral, Conciergerie, Ile Saint Louis and Le Marais.
Within 10 stations by metro: Champs-Elysees, Le Louvre, Palais Royal, Les Tuileries, Place des Vosges, Bastille, Republic Square, Charles de Gaule Etoile, Arc de Triomphe, Montaigne street, Faubourg-Saint-Honore, Opera Square, Madeleine Square and Place Vendome.
Within 15 stations by metro: Esplanade des Invalides, Eiffel Tower, Champs de Mars, Bois de Boulogne, Trocadero, Haussmann, Galeries Lafayette, Montmartre, Sacre-Coeur, La Defense,
Where to eat in the surrounding: Atelier Maitre Albert, Bar a Huitres Saint Germain, La Fourmi ailee, Le Buisson Ardent, Le Tourbillon, La Maree Verte, Le Petit Pontoise, La Fourchette, Chez Rene, La Tour d'Argent, Auberge Notre Dame, Le Procope, Bouillon Racine, Mavrommatis, Fogon and much more.
Where to drink in the surrounding: Alef Bet, Bateau le Six Huit, Bistro de la Huchette, Bouillon Racine, Delmas, Le Glam, Salero, Salsero, Who's Bar, Zest Juice Bar, Brasserie de l'Ile Saint Louis, La Fontaine Saint Michel, Caveau de la Huchette, Latin Corner, Mabillon Cafes, Les Deux Magots, La Contrescarpe, Hideout and much more.