06
Apr
10

Would You Pay ~$1,300 for a 170 Sq. Ft. Apartment?

One of our Facebook friends, Heather, has done just that.  She decided she wanted to move to Paris last month, and this is where she is, ummmm, living, if you want to call it that.

Take a look at what 995 Euros gets you in a scenic part of Paris:

http://www.nyhabitat.com/paris-apartment/furnished/3563

Availability Include currency: — USD $ Aust $ U.K. £ Can $ ¥en SFranc
start date end date people month information
Jun 02 2010 open 2 EUR 995
All dates and prices are subject to confirmation. Prices in Euros
Period of 1 month or more (Agency fees are not included.)

Features: Studio in Trocadero – Paris

living room kitchen bathroom
#1
# of beds 1
bed size Sofa Bed/Double
sheets *
window *
TV *
sofa *
dining table *
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dishwasher *
microwave *
coffee maker *
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shower *
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Additional Info
Information about this Studio in Trocadero, Auteuil – Tour Eiffel:

  • Internet connection
  • Laundry inside the apartment
  • Pets not allowed
  • Smoking not permitted

Description – Paris Furnished Apartment (PA-3563) See this page in Français Deutsch Español Italiano
Convenient studio in the Auteuil area, near the Trocadero and the Seine
Neighborhood:

The Village d’Auteuil, a traditional neighborhood in this very select district, provides a choice of fashion and convenience stores, fine restaurants and cafes near this furnished apartment. There are also two open-air markets in close proximity to this accommodation. It is a short metro ride from the best known Parisian monument in the world, the Eiffel Tower, which on one side faces the splendid Champ de Mars and beautiful floral gardens; on the other side, beyond the Seine River, is Trocadero Place where the Palais de Chaillot was built for the International Exhibition of 1937. It houses several museums as well as an esplanade offering a most impressive view of the Eiffel Tower.

Premises:

This 16m² (approx. 170 sq. ft.) studio apartment is located on the seventh floor of a 20th century building. The main entrance gate is accessible by a flight of steps and is protected by a coded system and a concierge. It opens into a nice hall leading to a courtyard and an elevator. The apartment is accessible after crossing an exterior hallway overlooking the courtyard and a second decorated interior hallway.

The apartment entrance opens into a hallway leading to the main room. The bathroom is accessible via a sliding door from this hallway. The apartment has a southern exposure and a nice parquet floor.

The 10m² (approx. 105 sq. ft.) main room has a window with curtains and exterior iron shutters that faces the exterior hallway and offers a view of the courtyard. It is furnished with a double-size bed, a table and mirrored walls. It is equipped with a small cable TV.

The open kitchen is equipped with two electric plates topped by a cooker hood, a small refrigerator, a microwave, a washing machine, a coffee maker, a toaster and a kettle. There is also a large built-in closet next to the entrance door that contains shelves, wardrobes, a vacuum, an iron and an ironing board.

The tiled bathroom has a shower with a dryer rack, a small washbasin and a toilet.

Heat and hot water are collective with the building.

Internet and the international cable are also available.

For convenient travel around Paris, the nearest metro station is Passy (line 6).

Please note that the toilet is electric: Due to the European plumbing system in the building, the water closet cannot handle any items other than toilet paper. All other objects no matter how small (i.e., Q-tips, paper, hair, etc.) will clog up the drainage system.

Photos – Living room Studio in Trocadero, Auteuil – Tour Eiffel (PA-3563)
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Photos – Kitchen Studio in Trocadero, Auteuil – Tour Eiffel (PA-3563)
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Photos – Bathroom Studio in Trocadero, Auteuil – Tour Eiffel (PA-3563)
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Photos – Other Studio in Trocadero, Auteuil – Tour Eiffel (PA-3563)
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Paris Studio apartment - layout  (PA-3563)

Isn’t Paris wonderful?  It is soo much more wonderful than the United States because you can live in something smaller than some people’s dog houses, BUT you get free health care from your slave masters.

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