Furnished apartments in Montparnasse quarter / Paris 14

A furnished apartment in the 14th arrondissement: the district of Montparnasse

Lying to the north in Paris 14, Montparnasse owes much of its reputation to the famous artists who frequented the district in the early twentieth century.


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An apartment in Montparnasse, a district which has mostly retained its charm and historic appeal

Now dominated by its high tower, and surrounded by the Jardin du Luxembourg to the north, the Rue Froidevaux to the south, the Rue de la Santé to the east and the Gare Montparnasse in the west, Montparnasse has remained a favoured meeting place for artists and art connoisseurs, with much of the district taken up by the cemetery where many celebrities lie. This former haunt of artists and intellectuals has now become a business sector, in which its train station and offices play an important part.

Despite the celebrated 59-floor Tour Montparnasse which rises to an imposing height of 210 metres, the essential charm of Montparnasse mostly survives intact – some of the characteristic artistic- and literary cafés, bistros and bars, can still be found. Be sure to visit the "Closerie des Lilas", "La Coupole" or "Le Dôme", and why not include the Musée du Montparnasse too for a look back at the neighbourhood in its heyday. As you can see, to rent a furnished apartment in Montparnasse, is to opt for an historic area with a special charm.

Furnished apartments in Montparnasse: a business suburb which is both leafy and dynamic!

Offering a village ambiance in the heart of Paris, the market-traders of the Rue Daguerre, the cafés and brasseries in the Rue Vavin, and the many green spaces make Montparnasse one of capital's most desirable places to live. Parks and gardens are plentiful in the area between Gaston Baty Square, near la Gaîté, and the Jardin Atlantique, with its games for children, above the Gare Montparnasse platforms, providing both a waiting-room for travellers and place for visitors to relax. Planted with trees from Europe and the Americas, and featuring an ocean-themed space with rolling lawns and blue-painted façades, this rooftop-garden is equipped with tennis courts and a fitness area.

Besides countless food shops such as the Franprix supermarket and traditional shops selling cheese or confectionery, there is also the Edgar-Quinet market, held every Wednesday and Saturday on the Edgar-Quinet Boulevard. Between artist workshops in courtyard buildings, with bay windows and parquet flooring, two- or three-room flats with cellar and parking in modern buildings on the Boulevard Montparnasse, and renovated apartments in older properties on the Boulevard Raspail, the area's housing stock offers prospective residents a broad range of options. The most demanding will even find some town-houses with gardens – former mansion houses – between Raspail and Port-Royal.

Now, with so many offices located here, Montparnasse promotes and supports business activities, and is a vibrant, dynamic area, considered a Parisian Left-Bank commercial sector. This does not prevent the district still offering an extensive cultural and artistic experience, in fact, Montparnasse is still home to many theatre- and cinema venues, cafés and high quality restaurants. There are even green spaces nearby, no further away than the Jardin Atlantique on the roof of the Gare Montparnasse. By day or night, Montparnasse can accommodate the needs of its residents, whether they are holidaying in Paris, or long-term tenants.


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