Indulge in the contemporary beauty of this spacious 646 sq ft apartment, on the 1st floor of a typical Parisian building (with elevator). Situated on rue de Siam in the heart of the 16th district, just steps from some of Paris' cultural gems like the Marmottant-Monet museum and the Palais de Chaillot with its Trocadéro gardens.
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Push open the doors of this alluring apartment situated in the 16th district of Paris - a true representation of the art of French living! On the first floor of a building (with elevator access), stroll down rue de Siam and its neighboring rue de la Pompe and avenue Henri Martin, in the treasured neighborhood of Passy.
Covering a surface of 646 sq ft, the Ranelagh is a serene haven away from the bustle of city life. This space can welcome up to 4 guests, thanks to a spacious bedroom and a convertible sofa bed in the living room. Furnished with a contemporary spirit, the living room is the perfect place to unwind, with its flat screen TV and provided internet access. Hone your French cooking skills in the fully equipped kitchen, and enjoy meals at home at the dining table. A bathroom with an elegant bathtub and separate toilet perfect this terrific space.
The Passy Village, adorned with its many Haussmanian buildings, has long been considered the most picturesque and authentic area in Paris. Once considered a popular place for lumber, the Ranelagh and Trocadéro gardens are now an enchanting place for long nature walks. This neighborhood will also satisfy your cultural appetite with the Home of Balzac, beloved French novelist and playwright, or the Marmottan-Money Museum with its terrific collection of Impressionist works. You will by swept away by the open air markets on rue de l’Annonciation and its French restaurants and bistros, living in the heart of the most beautiful city in the world. Many modes of public transport are nearby, including the metro (Rue de la Pompe station – line 9), so that you may access other districts in Paris at your own leisure.