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Nestled on the 2nd floor of a historic hôtel particulier on rue Bonaparte in Paris' 6th district, this 2 bedroom apartment is constructed over 2 floors in the style of a sousplex. Take a journey through time as you enjoy your Paris travels in one of the oldest places in Paris, dating back to the 18th century. Adjacent to the Chapel of Fine Arts, whose roof is visible from the kitchen, this property is the former annex of the Petits-Augustins convent, which was abolished in 1790.
Covering an area of over 900 sq ft, the Bonaparte is a true reflection of the art of French living. Discover a unique space that has preserved its historic spirit, with its high ceilings, antique furnishings, and beautiful original wooden beams. The open living room offers both a cozy living space with ample seating, and a dining area that seats up to 6 guests to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal. The American style kitchen is also fully equipped for your enjoyment. Lovers of architecture will appreciate the tasteful living room décor, with its embroidered silk walls. Welcoming up to 5 guests, the Bonaparte has two double bedrooms - one on each floor. The first bedroom showcases a stone wall dating back to the thirteenth century, and offers an additional sleeping loft with a mosaic tiled bathroom. Descend the wooden staircase and enter the delightful hall which may act as a reading room. The downstairs double bedroom has an electric bed with dual controls to adjust at your leisure, and is equipped with plenty of storage space for your personal belongings. The second bathroom with a modern shower that mimicks the downpour of tropical rain completes this fabulous property.
A historic treasure in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, rue Bonaparte gives you access to Quai de Conti, connecting you to the world renowned Louvre Museum, with its Palais Royal and Tuileries Gardens. Take Rue Bonaparte and you will reach the Saint-Germain-Des-Prés Church, home to a remarkable bell tower dating back to the year 1000. Just opposite, you will see Paris' most famous cafés, Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots, frequented by literary legends like Sartre and Simone De Beauvoir. Satisfy your shopping cravings as you are situated between the iconic Bon Marché, the Buci marché, and Rue de Rennes. Experience the vibrant nightlife with a late dinner at the Saint-Germain Pub, open 24 hours a day, after seeing a play at the Odeon Theatre. For excursions in other districts, take the nearby metro (Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, metro line 4) to be transported to other locations with ease.