An apartment at Buttes-Chaumont: A popular neighbourhood, cosmopolitan and full of greenery!
The houses in the Mouzaïa quarter and the buildings in the Rues Crimée et Botzaris are home to many locals, happy to enjoy the beautiful views of the trees or the lake. The Buttes-Chaumont district is also the location of popular tourist attractions, such as the 'Musée des Moulages' (wax anatomical models) or 'Le Plateau', a centre of contemporary art.
Buttes-Chaumont is generally popular and cosmopolitan, and is a veritable melting-pot, where Asians and Africans mingle wonderfully with the indigenous population. Parisians are fond of the area because of its park, the Buttes-Chaumont Park. Artists colonise this area as is evidenced by the "Street Art" you can find here and there in the streets of the neighbourhood. The tenants of this area like to walk, stroll, or have a drink or picnic at the Buttes-Chaumont Park. Thanks to this huge green expanse, the area is considered quiet and relaxing. It's a great place to come if you want to rent an apartment and escape the stresses of the city.
Staying at Buttes-Chaumont: Interesting and practical in so many ways!
The 25 hectares of the Buttes-Chaumont Park are one of the capital's major green lungs. Admire the water, the cave, rare species and all the birds that take refuge there, at the heart of one of the most populated areas of Paris. Indeed, families and students enjoy opening their shutters every morning amidst the verdant foliage of the park, and are also appreciative of the green paths where they can walk and jog. Choose from furnished studios at Buttes-Chaumont, houses with gardens in the Mouzaïa district, buildings built in the thirties along the Avenue Simon Bolivar, and the edifices of the Rue de Crimée. Buttes-Chaumont is a booming neighbourhood, and its rapid growth is attracting an increasing number of investors.
There are two cinemas (Ciné Culture on the Rue Bouret and MK2 by the quays of the Seine, near the Laumière metro station), the famous Cours Florent, located on Avenue Jean Jaures and two libraries (the Bibliothèque Sans Frontière, Rue Edouard Pailleron and Bibliothèque Crimée on Rue Petit). There are also many outdoor concerts and shows that take place in the park in the summer; culture and the arts are flourishing in the Buttes-Chaumont district. La Halle Sécrétan, in the avenue of the same name, is a busy shopping centre, while a few metres away, there is a covered market. Exploring this market, with its flower stalls, is a very enjoyable neighbourhood activity. There are colleges (Edouard Pailleron and Henri Bergson), public and private primary schools, and many nurseries.
Renting an apartment in the Buttes-Chaumont district is accessible to all, and neighbourhood life, although rich and diversified, is also very affordable. Shops and transport links are never far away. It is very practical and financially prudent to opt for a furnished apartment in Buttes-Chaumont. You can rent a furnished apartment in Buttes-Chaumont with Lodgis, the specialists in furnished rentals.