Le Paradoxe - Magnifique appartement de 80m2

Price: 3,900 EUR/Month
Bedrooms: 1
Size: 80 m² / 861 ft²
Address: Rue Huguerie , Bordeaux, France Show map
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Le Paradoxe is a magnificent 80 m2 apartment located on the 1st floor of a beautiful stone building. Its location is incredible, you will be in the heart of Bordeaux in the famous Golden Triangle. Le Paradoxe offers you all the comfort, mixing modernity and charm of the old for an exceptional stay in Bordeaux. Entirely renovated this year, at the foot of the Allées de Tourny and Cours Georges Clemenceau, 100 meters from the Opera and Rue Sainte Catherine, it has a large room and a comfortable sofa bed. It can accommodate up to 4 travelers very comfortably.Accommodation:Very well equipped, Le Paradoxe is located on the 1st floor, accessible by a staircase. In the heart of Bordeaux, you will enjoy all the comfort for an unforgettable stay. A few steps away from Sainte Catherine street, all the shops, restaurants and the tramway, it offers you the following services:- A magnificent and very luminous living room with a dining table for 4 people, a sofa (convertible and pleasant for two people), a flat screen and a superb height under ceiling.- A balcony overlooking the street Huguerie with a table and two chairs- An open kitchen with everything you need to prepare your favorite dishes: refrigerator, induction cooktop, microwave oven, kettle, toaster, coffee machine and many kitchen utensils. - A pleasant and large bedroom with double bed and various storage spaces and a bathroom with a beautiful Italian shower.For your comfort, you will also have at your disposal, an iron and its table.Quality sheets, towels and tea towels as well as some coffee capsules are provided and your bed is made upon your arrival.Of course, Wifi is accessible and free!The Tourny alleys were laid out between 1743 and 1757 by Intendant Tourny, on the route of the ancient Lebade, which had served the Médoc since antiquity.When the city was equipped with a second fortified wall, they connected (under the name of rua de Burga) the old medieval gate that opened onto rue Sainte-Catherine to the new Saint-Germain gate (1302), the current Place Tourny.This axis connects the Place de la Comédie, where the Grand Théâtre and the Grand Hôtel are located, to the Place Tourny in the extension of the Rue Fondaudège in the direction of the Médoc. It constitutes, with the Cours Georges Clémenceau and the Cours de l'Intendance, one of the limits of the golden triangle.65 meters wide and 265 meters long, it is bordered on the even side by buildings with Louis XV facades, which Tourny wanted to be "of a gracious and uniform taste". Most of them were raised after the destruction of the Trompette castle on the site of the current Place des Quinconces, because they were no longer in the way of cannon fire. The buildings on the odd side were built in the 19th century. The carousel is present on the square throughout the year.Public transportation:Line D, Fondaudège, 50 m walking distance Vcub:Vcub free bike rental station 100 m away, easy to visit and get around bordeauxCar : A parking lot is located allée de Tourny at 50 m.Notice: Displayed prices and data are not final, and should be used for informative purpose only. They are not contractual or binding. Energy pass This building is not subject to EnEV.

The alleys of Tourny were laid out between 1743 and 1757 by the intendant Tourny, on the route of the old Lébade which since antiquity served the Médoc.When the city acquired a second fortified wall, they linked (under the name of rua de Burga) the old Medoque gate which opened on Sainte-Catherine street to the new Saint-Germain gate (1302) , the current Place Tourny.This axis links the Place de la Comédie, on which the Grand Théâtre and the Grand Hôtel are located, to the Place Tourny in the extension of the rue Fondaudège towards the Médoc. It constitutes, with the Cours Georges Clémenceau and the Cours de l'Intendance, one of the limits of the golden triangle.65 meters wide and 265 meters long, it is bordered on the even side by buildings with Louis XV facades, wanted "of a graceful and uniform taste" by Tourny. Most of them were raised after the destruction of the Château Trompette on the site of the current Place des Quinconces, because they no longer hampered cannon fire. The buildings on the odd-numbered side were built in the 19th century. The carousel is present on the square throughout the year.Public transport:Line D, Fondaudège, 50 m away on footVcub:Free Vcub bike rental station 100 m away, easy to visit and move around BordeauxCar :A car park is located on Allée de Tourny, 50 m away.

- Dedicated parking space
- Hairdryer
- Heating
- Towels and sheets
- Balcony
- Iron
- Hygiene utensils
- Washing machine
- Cooking utensils
- Oven
- Toaster
- Microwave
- Refrigerator
- Internet

Homelike Code: UBK-891712
Available From: 24.02.2023

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