Notre Dame LatinThis 1 bedroom apartment is sunny and serene on the top floor of a baroque 17th century building. The « rue du Fouarre » was the most famous street in Paris in the 12th and 13th centuries: there, on the banks of the Seine, were the colleges of the university, when the voice of Abelard echoed in the learned world. The street is named after the bunches of straw seats on which the students sat when attending lectures. Today the building is located along the Viviani gardens and the church of Saint-Julian-the-Poor, between Notre Dame, the Sorbonne and the Cluny Museum, in the heart of the Latin Quarter and close to the Maubert market. One of our best vacation rentals in Paris from its windows you can see Saint-Julian-the-poor, the spire of the Saint Chapelle, the Saint-Jacques Tower, the Ile de la Cite, the river Seine and the towers of Notre Dame. It is also in this apartment that the novelist Beatrix Beck wrote "Leon Morin, Priest" Prix Goncourt (the French Booker Prize) in 1952, as she sat by the window overlooking the steeple of the Saint Severin church.
**There's renovation work of the building from the beginning of the April to the end of June (Or beginning of July) 2017, the rent could be less 10% by month, please ask us***