This is an exceptionally-well located studio apartment (Chateau Rouge station, 100mts, Lamark Caulancourt, 300 mts). It is beautifully and stylishly designed and provides an extremely comfortable quiet escape minutes from Sacre Coeur.
The 3rd floor studio is situated within a charming nineteenth-century apartment block (with elevator) and has been redesigned by an architect and entirely refurbished in February 2011. Everything is entirely new, including shower, toilet, and appliances such as the oven (converts also into a microwave), fridge etc. Two new sofa beds (2 + 1) are available for sleeping, designed in such a way that they are converted within a second without having to make the bed afresh each time. Additionally, a pouf is available that can fold out to make a temporary bed for an additional visitor. Throughout, the apartment has beautiful brand new parquet flooring. Electric heating is available. Three windows leave the studio looking very modern and bright. Ideal for a professional single person or couple.
Downstairs you might ask for a coffee or a beer to Nasser at Cafè Montmartre. The place is a bit dirty and old but very
original and picturesque. The entire north side of Montmartre is non touristic. You will not find shops or restaurants for
tourists, but rather places where the true Parisians go for everyday life or weekend dinners and drinks.
Suggested restaurants nearby
Le Nansouty, 35 rue Ramey, 20 meters uphill Rue Custine, second right, Rue Ramey, down 10 meters. It does not
look very promising from outside, but the food is delicious. French traditional meals
Le petit bleu 23 rue Muller
Chez Yin 6, rue Lamarck (French Japanese fusion)
Le vin au vert, 70 rue de Dunkerque,
Floors, Rue Myrha, great for a burger.
Pizzeria “La Più grande”, top rue Caulaincourt is very good.
Cafè Francoueur Rue Custine / Rue Caulancour / Rue Lamarck. is excellent for a breakfast.
For basic supermarket shopping and the purchase of provisions, Franprix and Picard are 100 meters left, Rue Custine
towards chateau Rouge. Many other stores are available.
Le Grenier à Pain 127 Rue Caulaincourt, the award-winning best bakery of Paris in 2010. Sells great bread and
pastries and souvenir biscuits and jams.
Beautiful little idiosyncratic shops of various descriptions can be found in Rue Caulaincourt.
Nearest Metro stations
Chateau Rouge station, line 4 (violet), is 200 meters from the home. Once you leave the subway, go left, cross bld.
Barbès, immediately there Rue Custine starts, if you walk ahead for 300 meters you will see Cafè Montmartre. The
walk takes less than five minutes.
Lamarck-Caulaincourt station, line 12 (blue), is about 500 meters away. Leaving the station, you must exit to the right,
ascending 50 meters, then descending 400 meters. You will be continuously walking along the same street; first it is
called Caulaincourt then Rue Custine. The walk takes about 10 minutes.
From Roissy-CDG airport take the RER B train stop at Gare du Nord and take a taxi to 18 Rue Custine (5 minutes, 7
to 10 euros). From Orly-ORY take the Orlybus to Denfert-Rochereau. From there take the RER B train to Gare du
Nord and take a taxi to 18 Rue Custine (5 minutes, 7 to 10 euros).
In both cases if you wish to avoid taking a taxi you may take the Metro Line 4 from Gare du Nord or from Denfert-
Rochereau, stopping at Chateau Rouge station (instructions above). Alternatively you might consider the buses “Les
Cars Air France” from the airports to Charles de Gaulle–Étoile, plus taxi (10 to 20 Euros.
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