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33 Rue Charlemagne


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Marie-Reine, a talented painter, cordially invites you to her magnificent residence located in a peaceful neighborhood. The advantageous location places you within a mere 15-minute walk to the bustling city center. The ground floor comprises an inviting entrance hall, a delightful guest room measuring 14 m² (furnished with a comfortable double bed and the option of an additional bed) with its own private bathroom. Adjacent to the well-equipped kitchenette, you will find a charming second room spanning 12m². Additionally, there is a spacious third bedroom, which serves as both a study and a cozy sleeping area, complete with a dedicated bathroom, measuring 15 m². Ascending to the first floor, you will discover an elegant dining room and a comfortable living room. An expansive, enclosed patio adorned with tasteful garden furniture provides a secluded sanctuary. The owner, Marie-Reine, serves a delectable breakfast of the highest quality in the comfort of your room or the inviting living room. Throughout the residence, you will have the opportunity to admire Marie-Reine's captivating paintings, which are thoughtfully displayed. Convenient parking is available right in front of the house, ensuring hassle-free access. The residence warmly welcomes guests all year round.


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extra bed
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2 44 52




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