3rd Arrondissement Le Marais Apartment Rental Photos and Description
An exceptionally lighted, well located apartment, recently entirely updated and equipped with all amenities and appliances necessary for your comfortable stay. Its tall balcony style windows overlook a picturesque scene portrayed by many colorful flower bases and wall-climbing vines from its neighboring buildings, blended with a wonderful view of the skyline and red colored rooftops…
Ideally located in the heart of Le Marais, 2 minutes from "Hotel de Ville" metro station (line 1 and 11) in a very lively part of this neighborhood with plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and within two minutes from Notre Dame and Pompidou museum.
An exceptionally lighted, well located, quiet and functional apartment, recently entirely updated and equipped with all amenities and appliances necessary for your comfortable stay. Its tall balcony style windows overlook a picturesque scene portrayed by many colorful flower bases and wall-climbing vines from its neighboring buildings, blended with a wonderful view of the skyline and red colored rooftops. The simplicity and comfort of its decorative style will make you feel at home at once. A very cozy living room will portray an earthly colored sofa bed matching up the earthly colors from the main bedroom, and in contrast with a brown leather recliner placed in it for your entire pleasure and relaxation. An open plan kitchen and dinning room with high chairs will complete the scene in an atmosphere of simplicity and functionality.
The Rue du Temple, nowadays is part of an extremely commercially active and lively area of the Marais, just few blocks east from Beaubourg and Chatelet, and 2 minutes north of L'Hotel de Ville and L'Ille de La Cite.
During Medieval times, it marked the west boundary of Le Marais, and was the result of the merge among other three streets: Rue du Bar, Rue du Bec, Rue Sainte-Avoye and Rue du Temple. It was opened during the 13th century and it separated the lands that belonged to "The Templiers" from those that belonged to "beau bourg" or the monks from Saint Martin des Champs. Therefore, the street takes its name from a military and religious Order of "the Knights of the Temple's Militia, also called "the Templiers", founded in Jerusalem in 1118 after the first crusade, in order to overcome the incredulous and the unfaithful to Christianism. They reached such degree of success in their financial operations, that they were able to create an institution very similar to the concept of an international bank. However, their Order was abolished and most of them were killed after being accused of all kinds of abuses.
Although nowadays there is not much left from the medieval apogee of "The Templiers", we are surrounded by the most visited monuments, cultural places and a very resourceful area populated by grocery stores shops, cafes, restaurants, and cultural attractions, such as Beaubourg, Notre Dame, The Louvre Museum, and many more small museums located north and east of this street and very convenient to all tourist types.