This 120 square meter (12920 sq ft) Haussmanian apartment is one of 3 similar, all in the same building opposite Gare de Lyon. It has walk in showers, jacuzzi baths, multiple covered balconies, elevator, exquisite hardwood floors, high ceilings with decorative crown moulding, double kitchen sinks & gas stove top- If you prefer a furnished apartment, it’s negotiable.
Enjoy easy transport links, taxis & regional trains for other European destinations. Take one of several trains a day to sunny South of France, or go skiing in the Alps. Walk to the Seine in a couple of minutes or see the ballet at the Opéra Bastille. Stroll through the fresh food markets at Marché d’Aligre (Place d’Aligre, Tuesday-Sunday mornings). There is both a covered market that is usually open until around 7pm, as well as an open-air market that closes at 1pm weekdays, 2pm weekends. The covered market has a fantastic cheese selection.
If you are not entertaining out of this lovely kitchen, you can always pop across the street to the famous Le Train Bleu restaurant, which dubs itself as something between “brasserie & French gourmet cuisine.” With origins from la belle époque, Le Train Bleu is not just a stop-over whilst passing through Gare de Lyon; it is its own destination. Delicious menu, delectable wine list.
At your doorstep there is La Poste (Post Office), & there are banks, boulangeries, & shopping along Le Viaduc (viaduct). There are several Cave à Vins (wine shops) around the corner: Rouge d’Envie, 12 rue Parrot, Hermès et Bacchus, 6 rue Emile Gilbert, & the famous or infamous Le Baron Rouge, 1 rue Théophile Roussel. Le Baron also doubles as a wine bar.
Métro/RER Gare de Lyon: Lines 1, 14 – RER A, D – Bus Lines: 20, 29, 57, 63, 65, 87 – Night Bus: N31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134 – Regional Train Lines