Montmartre Hideaway w/BalconyBack to Paris
This hip one-bedroom, one-bathroom Paris boutique long-term apartment rental is located in the heart of Montmartre – a lively neighborhood made famous by the movie Amélie. Unique and slightly off the beaten track, this furnished accommodation is the perfect Parisian home. Here you will find trendy shops, delicious restaurants, happening cafés and wonderful markets, along with small museums, and the famous Sacré Coeur basilica and its impressive Paris views. You will find endless winding cobblestone streets to wander and explore.
Spacious and arty, this fifth floor walk-up has a private balcony offering panoramic views of the Parisian rooftops. As you enter the property, you are greeted by original parquet floors, marble fireplace (sorry, decorative only), original artwork throughout, and industrial-chic furniture lovingly collected by the owner from French antique markets. The ambiance is a perfect balance of creativity and comfort.
The open living and dining room features large, floor-to-ceiling windows that let in Paris' beautiful natural light and give access to your flower-filled private balcony. The stylish sofa can be converted into a comfortable queen bed, and at night the living room can be sectioned off from the dining area with a movable wall for complete privacy. Just off the dining room, is the charming, fully-equipped kitchen with its eclectic blue tiles, breakfast bar, and modern amenities.
After a long day of work or play, you can relax with dinner or even just a glass of wine on your balcony overlooking the city and the sunset. At night, retire to your master bedroom, with its peaceful earth tones, comfortable queen bed, and quality linens. The bathroom is a designer gem, with its large, walk-in shower and river stone floor design, flowing from the sink into the shower. You will awaken in the morning to the sunrise and the sound of birds singing.
The 19th century building that houses your apartment rental overlooks a quiet, leafy courtyard with rose bushes, benches, and tables. Unique and slightly off the beaten track, this fully furnished rental presents the perfect haven for those seeking the convenience, space, amenities, and authenticity. The Montmartre Hideaway apartment will quickly become your home in the city of light.
- Blender (handheld)
- Coffee maker
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Stove (electric)
- Crib (bedding not included)
- Double Glazed Windows
- Fireplace - decorative
- Full-length French windows
- Hair dryer
- Heating Throughout
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Linens & Towels
- Shopping Cart
- Washer & Dryer (separate units)
- Cable TV
- CD Player
- Clock Radio
- DVD player - European only
- Flat Screen TV
- iPod Dock
BedsBedroom1 queenExtra Bed -Living Room1 sleep sofa (queen, with thick mattress, can be sectioned off with movable wall for complete privacy)
BathroomsBathroom(Full bath) toilet, sink, shower, rainshower, hand held shower head
- Dining on the private balcony overlooking Parisian rooftops and the city.
- Sunrise in bed.
- Panoramic sunsets from the dining room and salon.
- The spacious combination living and dining room.
- The fully-equipped cooks’ kitchen complete with a full set of All Clad.
- The Montmartre neighborhood with its inviting cafés, shops, bakeries, restaurants, and lively food markets.
- Popping out for fresh croissants and baguettes from Coquelicot or Au Levain de Montmartre.
- Early morning cappuccino at Cueillir Café.
- People watching at Place des Abbesses.
- Minimum Stay 9 Months. Please inquire.
- This apartment is a fifth floor walk up. We are happy to recommend a driver who can help you with your bags.
- We are happy to accommodate children aged 12 and older in this property.
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It’s no surprise that the picture-perfect village of Montmartre has been the backdrop of so many well known movies, from Amélie Poulain to Midnight in Paris, and inspiration to many famous painters, like Picasso, Dali, Van Gogh and Monet to Toulouse-Lautrec, Mondrian and Pissarro. Winding cobblestone streets, romantic staircases, and hilltop vistas seem to have stayed frozen in time, and are at their most enchanting in the early morning hours or at dusk, when the crowds have dispersed. The tremendous Sacré-Coeur basilica represents Paris’ highest elevation point and offers a crystal-clear view of the entire city. After you pay a visit to the basilica, other cultural must-sees include the Musée de Montmartre, the Éspace Dali, and the “I Love You” wall, found just behind the bustling Place des Abbesses. Get a taste of the neighborhood’s ambiance while wandering the Sunday food and produce market on rue Lepic and rue des Abbesses or the emerging small businesses around rue Caulaincourt and rue Custine. Don’t miss Muse Montmartre and its charming owner, Majid, on rue Burq for a gorgeous bouquet of flowers, Coquelicot for Sunday brunch, Cuillier Café for fresh-ground coffee, and L’Epicerie des Environs for all that is local and delicious. Rue des Martyrs, starting in Montmartre and finishing south in hip Sopi, is one of the oldest market streets in the city and has greatly evolved in the recent past. It now boasts the charming Café Marlette, delicious Rose Bakery, hip Kookaburra coffee shop, Pain Pain bakery, Neo T teahouse, Sebastien Gaudard pâtisserie, and many other delicious speciality food shops. Its warm, inviting charm only continues to grow and merits a stroll from top to bottom, and back. Staying in Montmartre, you’re steps from hip SoPi,,an easy metro or bus ride to the famous flea market at Porte de St-Ouen to the north, and an easy walk downhill toward the bustling Grand Boulevards, Opéra, and Madeleine neighborhoods to the south. The convenient metro will whisk you to any point within the city in no time at all.
- Antique Markets
- Boulangeries, pâtisseries, and fromageries
- Daily Food & Produce Markets
- Food and Produce Markets
- Gym & Pool nearby
- Hip "Abbesses" neighborhood of Amelie Poulain
- Lepic Food & Produce Market
- Many little parcs & "places"
- Montmartre Cemetery: Final home to François Truffaut, Dalida, Edgar Degas, Sacha Guitry & Emile Zola
- Montmartre Vineyards (last vineyards in Paris)
- Moulin Rouge
- Organic market
- Sacré Coeur
- Trendy boutiques, cafes & restaurants