Lovely studio in Paris
Very nice and romantic little studio with a little balcony located on the 7th floor of a parisien bulding whitout elevator but, once you are there you can enjoy a glass of france wine and the view on the little balcony.
The studio is complete with all the conforts ( tv, free internet, kitchenette, airdryer, comfortable sofa bed, bathroom with a real wc and a confortable shower ).
Just outside the bulding you will find some nice shops :
– backery where you can enjoy a nice croissant and baguette;
– french cheese shop;
– tipical french bistrot where you can enjoy the food on the terrace.
Whitin 10 min walk you can reach Montmatre and the Sacrecoeur where you can enjoy the wonderfool view of Paris.
The metro station Guy Moquet is located arround the corner ( less than 1 min walk) whit than you can discover Paris very easy.
Guy Môquet, in the heart of the Epinettes district.
How about staying in the Guy Môquet district the next time you come to Paris? Looking for an apartment in Paris? The Guy Môquet district, around the Square des Epinettes, is a fantastic place to rent .
Between Batignolles and Montmartre with a population of around 50,000 inhabitants, the areas surrounding Rue Guy Môquet are also known as the Epinettes district. In the past, the Square des Epinettes and the surrounding streets were covered in vines. White spruce (“épinette blanche” in French) was grown there, a pinot blanc grape variety from which the area may have taken its name. These farmlands used to belong to the village of Batignolles until the industrial revolution transformed the Parisian landscape. The establishment of the Gouin factories meant that the future Guy Môquet district would be a working class community until the early 1970s. The district became more middle class in the 1980s. It is still fairly lively thanks to the population of young, active executives. The undiscovered calm of another Paris In contrast to the packed streets of Montmartre, the Guy Môquet district seems incredibly quiet. You can enjoy relaxing between the Cité des Fleurs, a true village amidst the city streets, or the Square des Epinettes and its bandstand. In terms of heritage, the Saint-Michel des Batignolles church stands at the end of Rue Saint-Jean with its stunning brick bell tower. Its silhouette contrasts with the massive structure of the Eglise Saint-Joseph-des-Epinettes on Rue Pochet. The Epinettes district has still kept one very popular site from its history, which it shares with Batignolles: the Batignolles cemetery, where the graves of the poets Paul Verlaine and André Breton, and even Ray Ventura, can be found. Located at 32 Boulevard Berthier, the Berthier workshops form the second room of the Odéon theater. Not far from there, on Rue de La Jonquière, the Théâtre de la Jonquière welcomes young producers in a highly confidential environment Transportation and business Situated between two of the capital’s famous districts, Guy Môquet naturally has good metro connections. The RER C and metro line 2 pass through Place de Clichy, as does line 13, which also stops at La Fourche, Brochant, Guy Môquet and Porte de Saint-Ouen. For shopping, Biocoop at 17 Rue de Legendre is well worth a visit for organic produce. There are also many other supermarkets and convenience stores in the area.
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