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This eclectic duplex welcomes you on the ground floor of a building's private courtyard in the 5th district of Paris. Constructed with elements of glass, brick, and wood, enjoy an unusual and exclusive stay on Rue Edouard Quenu, named after the former French surgeon and member of the Academy of Medicine.
Covering an area of 50 m2 (538 ft2), the Mouffetard artfully blends history and contemporary design on two levels, with a beautiful glass floor at its center. Furnished with creations from Parisian artists and numerous antiques, the living room is as appealing to the eye as the streets along which it is situated. A stylish sofa, leather chairs and a computer with wireless internet are available for your enjoyment. The kitchen and dining area rest opposite, featuring a lovely glass table that seats 4 as well as all of the equipment necessary to dine at home. The spacious Mouffetard comfortably accommodates up to 2 people; a suspended double bed below the living room is perfect for lazy mornings while the modern bathroom and luxurious shower make it even easier to truly relax.
Considered the oldest district in all of Paris, the Latin Quarter satisfies even the strongest cultural appetite with such attractions as the mythical Pantheon - historic symbol of the greatest French personas - or La Sorbonne, the internationally recognized French university. Take advantage of temperate Parisian weather and walk to the Jardin des Plantes, with its unparalleled gardens, or walk to the Jardin du Luxembourg, created at the request of Marie de Medici to accompany the palace. The National Museum of Natural History, with its majestic animal exhibits and the Arab World Institute, is a foundation to your growing cultural awareness, all to be found just a few steps from The Mouffetard. Experience Parisian nightlife at some of the trendiest bars along Place Monge and Rue Mouffetard. Well served by several lines of public transport, take the metro (Censier Daubenton, line 7) to reach other exciting destinations in Paris.