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MY 1300€/$1500 PARIS APARTMENT TOUR 2018|Minimalist apartment Paris

Salut Youtube! If this is your first time here, I’m Rosie, and I’m a Kiwi living and Paris and today I thought it could be quite fun if I took you around for a tour of my apartment and to tell you as well how much rent I’m paying here so that you can get a fair idea of what you can expect your money when you come to Paris. I’ll also talk a little bit in general about the cost of living in Paris If you have any further questions on this topic Please post them down below, and I’ll be happy to answer them Before I get started with the tour though I just wanted to mention that this is not the first apartment that I’ve had in Paris It’s my second one – the first apartment I lived in for two and a half years and it was just a small studio apartment of 22 square meters and what I will say is that most people do not start out in a big 1-bedroom apartment like I’m going to show you today and honestly after two and a half years of living in this tiny studio, this is my “I deserve this apartment” apartment Let’s get going and I’ll show you around! Great so welcome to the living room Which is probably one of my favorite spots in the whole apartment It’s a super calm and light room which I really like I’ll start to giving you a little bit of a look around So what we have up here are some nice prints that I’ve ordered which are actually different mountains that you can find throughout New Zealand and so they’ve kind of been interpreted in a geometric print kind of way And I really love the colours, and as you can probably spot in the lounge I have tried to keep the geometric theme present throughout I’ve got my geometric coasters On our nice Squidgy woolen rug which is very cozy in the winter time It saves your feet getting too cold from the wooden floors And what I really love is that we have these big windows or doors which open out onto our little balcony And as you step outside you get this wonderful view of these Parisian houses and these Haussmanian apartment style buildings I just love this because it makes me feel like wow I’m really living in Paris and I don’t think you can see it But basically at the end of the street you have the Moulin Rouge So we’re in the north of Paris And we’ve got this cool fake grass on the terrace, which is just pretty random But I love it Cool so coming back inside, and I’ll take you over to the kind of dining area And over here we’ve got our little office desk and above the office desk we have a canvas print of a photo that I took a few years ago on vacations in Italy in the Cinque Terre I really love that old mirror and the fireplace just below it Over here we’ve got a great piece of furniture that the previous tenants actually restored and we bought it off them when they left because well, there was no way they were going to get this down the stairs anyway But it’s really handy, we’ve got our plates, cups and glasses in here and everything that you need to set the table it’s really practical and pretty good looking at the same time My beautiful little niece Lulah when she was a baby Those are really pretty candles actually they have tea lights down the bottom and when they light up the windows light up as if somebody’s home While I do like to have a few nice touches here and there I have tried to keep things as simple and as minimalist as possible and there I am, hello! The main reasons just being that I hate clutter, and I really believe in using fewer things for a longer time Cool so let’s continue the tour Here we go into the hallway, and we’ve got our things at the end – coat rack & a shoe rack Let’s go into the kitchen. I’ll pop the light on So unfortunately we don’t have any windows in the kitchen but hey you’ve always got to give something in Parisian apartments Oh, we’ve got some cool magnets on the fridge here with some Māori words So we’re learning some of the colours in (Te reo) Māori Kowhai’s yellow, Kakariki’s green and so as you can see it’s not a huge commercial kitchen We’ve just got a couple of elements, a little spice rack, some cupboards and our microwave oven so nothing very impressive in there and as you can see we’ve got our washing machine in the kitchen and that’s really classic in Paris So moving into the bedroom, very simple bedroom As you can see we don’t even really have any art, or a lot of color going on in the bedroom I really like simple clean spaces in bedrooms For me it gives a sense of tranquility and it’s nice and easy to relax and get to sleep in them This is the view when you look outside our bedroom window And the bathroom, I won’t spend much time on that, it’s a standard bathroom We’ve just got a toilet Oh, this is funny WC which stands for ‘water closet’ they’ve labelled the toilet and we’ve got pink toilet paper It’s very small But at least it’s got windows which means that we can open the windows when we’re having a shower And it doesn’t get too steamy or too hot So here’s the bedroom from this angle We’ve got a nice big wardrobe on the other side of the room We’ve got a clothes rack on one side And we’ve got big shelves on the other so it’s perfect to store all of our belongings I think this building is about a hundred and ten years old now so beautiful I just love the floors so much And here we go back into the living area So I hope you guys enjoyed that little tour around As I said this isn’t really The normal apartment that you would start out and as a student. It’s definitely a working professional apartment So how much rent do I pay? Well this apartment is based in the 9th arrondissement So it’s nice and central So it’s in a really cool area. It’s quite hipster now. It used to be really dodgy. I mean 10 years ago you wouldn’t want to live near Pigalle because that’s where all the prostitutes were and it was famous for having people selling drugs around this area and all the bad things that kind of go with that But these days that’s kind of a cool place to live, it’s up-and-coming as they say and it is safe now So my boyfriend and I for this apartment we pay 1300 euros per month And that includes our charges so that includes our water, and it includes the general services of the building so the lift that we use the security, that kind of thing, those kinds of shared costs So it means that I am paying personally 650 euros per month and my boyfriend of course takes the other half of that As a student I think you can expect to pay in Paris anywhere between sort of 550/600 to 900 For a studio depending on the quality and on the size and on the location and when you upgrade to having that one-bedroom, I think you’re really more so looking at 950/1000 – 1500 being the range that you’re looking at So is that expensive? Well it depends on what your reference point is and how much you’re earning If you’re coming from London, it’s probably really cheap for this size and in this location To put it into context, in France the minimum wage that you could possibly be earning if you’re working full time Is 1,500 euros per month so if you’re in a studio of 700-800 euros per month Yes It’s expensive, rent sucks up half of your income For people with my kind of profile that is to say you’ve got higher education, you’re in your late 20s, you’re working full-time in a professional context I’d say that most people spend between 25 to 40 percent Of their net income after tax on their rent Of course on top of that you have to add your phone your internet your transport your groceries the cost of living But that hopefully gives you roundabout an idea of what you can expect in Paris If you have any other questions about this please feel free to post them down below. I will get back to you. I’m happy to share really anything I’m an open book So don’t hold back And I will also link for you down below an interesting map that I found with the average rent prices for a studio in every single arrondissement in Paris which gives you a general idea of the market So that is all from me for this week guys If you have any video requests whatsoever well, I mean I have my limits, but if you have any requests on the topics of France, culture, expat life, cost of living, anything at all, please shout out because I definitely will do my best to do those videos for you But until then please subscribe get notified when my new material comes out, and I’ll see you soon A bientôt!


Not Even French

Oct 10, 2017, 8:25 am Reply

Salut Youtube! I hope you enjoy this very insider view into my life in Paris. I forgot to say that I have been in this apartment for abou 18 months and I just love it! As long as I live in Paris, I don't think I'll ever change. Hope to hear from you down below ? bisous bisous

roger ashar

May 5, 2018, 6:49 am Reply

Britney seems not impressed with ur rent…lol


May 5, 2018, 2:13 pm Reply

1300€ 25m2… in Paris…. crying

500€ 90m2 garage, terrasse, 500m2 of garden, parking lot and garage… 3 minutes to go to work.

blandine schmuck

May 5, 2018, 6:27 pm Reply

le salaire minimum (SMIC) en France en de 1100 € environ.
the minimum wage (SMIC) in France in about 1100 €.


May 5, 2018, 7:28 pm Reply

prostitute chic arrondissement, love it

lardwick x

May 5, 2018, 11:18 am Reply

there is a few stuff that need to be cleared out for pepole who wishes to install they self in to paris. First of all the minimum wages in france is around 1150 euros/month ,the 2nd is the french law hightly protect the tenant wich is good and bad. good in the sense you cant be expulsed of the appartement easly even if you dont paid the rent. and the bad is due to this hight protection the owner ask lot of garenties before he accept to rent you his appartement. the average garenties owner ask is to justfy an income 3x highter of the rent, wich is in this situation … an monthly income of over than 3300 euros. wich is a lot. as a studen dont exept to earn over than the 1150euros lot of pepole here are stuck with this they wole life. paris is the most expensive town in france most of the french middle class have to live on the edge of the town cause of it cost. France is the country with the most Taxes in europe and certainly in the world, there is taxes everywhere and for anything with an income of 1150 euros you won't escape at those.

Alyce Wang

Jun 6, 2018, 10:45 pm Reply

hi how did u find the apartment

Al stravinski

Jun 6, 2018, 2:54 am Reply

Your accent is awesome.

Michael Aaron

Jun 6, 2018, 6:52 am Reply

Subscribed please tell me more about this Paris budget and stuff and how much does it cost and what jobs would be good in Paris because I was gonna take culinary arts as well

Hustle in Switzerland

Jun 6, 2018, 10:51 pm Reply

But it's not really a beautiful view tho?

Ti Co

Jun 6, 2018, 9:10 am Reply

What do you do that you got to be an expat and get a visa?


Jun 6, 2018, 6:30 pm Reply

What a great apartment! I like your spare décor… and all the space! It must indeed feel palatial after your small studio. You didn't say combien de m2, but I'm guessing something around 60, 65m2? And is there an ascenseur?

(We don't have a window in our (Paris) apartment kitchen either, by the way, and oh yes, when we were renting, I recall now many washing machines in the kitchen. Ours is in the bathroom.)

P.S. I'm jealous of your wonderful balcony! We're on the 1er étage of our bulding, and only have what I have termed a "balconette" — absolutely NO room for a table or chair.

Helena Zhuang

Jul 7, 2018, 9:25 pm Reply

Wonderful video! Thanks for sharing what it’s like to live in Paris 🙂 could you also share your food budget? I am curious to know the grocery vs eat out norm for a Parisian.

Boris Paing

Jul 7, 2018, 9:33 am Reply

Net minimum wage in France is 1188€, not 1500€.

C. Lebon

Jul 7, 2018, 1:54 pm Reply

Wow, je suis encore jeune, je sais que quand on est étudiante ou en début de vie « d’adulte » on a pas un super grand appartement, mais 22m2 ?. C’est plus petit que ma chambre ?.

eze kiel

Jul 7, 2018, 10:01 pm Reply

Your apparemment is really cool ! ❤


Jul 7, 2018, 3:17 am Reply

Your beautiful apartment is HUGE! And your rent sooo CHEAP!
Good for you!
New Yorker here, btw…

Ja Net Robinson

Jul 7, 2018, 9:20 pm Reply

Is the apartment in a bad neighborhood?

pml lahaye

Jul 7, 2018, 8:15 pm Reply

Bonjour Rosie,Juste une petite précision sur votre parquet si vous l'ignorez.C'est ce que l'on appel un "parquet Versailles" et c'est très rare chez un particulier.Cette forme de parquet est la plus ancienne dans son design carré et le votre une de ses formes les plus abouti.Jusqu'à la fin du XVIème siècle, les châteaux royaux étaient de grande coquilles de pierre vides. Le Roi et sa suite se déplaçaient de château en château avec meubles et tentures dans des dizaines de chariots, mais aussi les parquets… qui étaient les flancs desdits chariots 🙂

Sapere Aude

Jul 7, 2018, 10:39 am Reply

The floor is actually called "Parquet Versailles" since the pattern was originaly created for the famous castle in the 17th century. I think it's rare to see this kind of floor in an appartment like this, since it's quite prestigious and usually reserved to mansions, hotel particuliers or castles.


Jul 7, 2018, 2:01 am Reply

En 2002, je louais un 28m2 550€/mois, ça a beaucoup augmenté à cause d’airbnb et les étrangers, aujourd’hui c’est quasiment le double.

giulia grasseschi

Aug 8, 2018, 3:54 pm Reply

Hello! My boyfriend and I are going to move to Paris in October, can't wait for it! I have a question: I have studied French, but never really practised, my boyfriend has never studied French at all. We speak fluency English (we lived in Ireland for nine moths and both our master's thesis were related to Irish topics) and we are Italian mother tongue.. do you think it could be easy for us to get a job? We are both graduated (both with a Master's degree) and we have already had our work experiences. Thank you in advanced! Giulia


Aug 8, 2018, 6:06 am Reply

Your apartment appears to be on the top floor, or at least near it. Does your building have an elevator? Does rent in Paris vary by which floor you live on?


Aug 8, 2018, 11:16 pm Reply

Louque âte mi, aïe rouaïte inegliche ouize frênsh axante !
baille zeu oué, ze minimum ouaidge is oine sahouzande iouro not oine sahouzande hainedeu alf !

Amélie Drzewiecki

Aug 8, 2018, 10:01 am Reply

Paris est une ville vraiment très chère, je vis à Lille, dans un appartement similaire au tiens et nous payons 650€/mois charges comprises

kelly Campagna

Aug 8, 2018, 11:37 am Reply

Mdr le salaire minimum à temps plein en France C'est le smic et le smic est à 1169 euros on est loin des 1500 euros ???

Christine Kramer

Aug 8, 2018, 10:04 pm Reply

Are tou near Place Vichy? I stayed there in a friends apt she rents out! Loved it! A studio on the 2nd floor! Thank you for the lovely tour. ?

cl au

Aug 8, 2018, 7:04 am Reply

Magnifique parquet !!

Rose Mary

Aug 8, 2018, 9:52 pm Reply

No dinner parties out of that kitchen!! but sweet apartment

Imelda Isa

Aug 8, 2018, 1:35 pm Reply

Hermoso!! estoy buscando depa en Paris y me topo con el tuyo que es suuuper lindo!! Felicidades!!


Aug 8, 2018, 1:49 pm Reply

Je savais que Paris était très cher, mais à ce niveau …
Du plus souvent la norme est de gagner 3fois le montant du loyer (du moins ) dopnc 40% on est certes proche des 33% mais ça reste bien au dessus

Doris W

Aug 8, 2018, 3:26 pm Reply

although I appreciate people wanting to live in the big cities, everytime I see an apartment like this which is a good size but has a prison cell for a kitchen or apartments that are so tinyyou can’t even have someone over, I really appreciate small town living where I have a sizable apartment (77 squ meters) with a light and airy kitchen and full bathroom for under 600 euros a month. it’s just not wort it because you have so little money left that you can’t even fully enjoy this glorious city your in ( art, theater, bars, restaurants).


Aug 8, 2018, 4:35 pm Reply

Tu es très belle, j'adore tes vidéos. I would love to date a girl like you ❤️


Aug 8, 2018, 8:58 pm Reply

Hello, where did you find the apartment, websites, agencies, etc? x


Aug 8, 2018, 8:24 am Reply

Haha this is probably one of your first french "faux-pas" : saying the rent price of your apartment !

Serge Carletti

Sep 9, 2018, 2:32 pm Reply

Ici dans le )Loiret où j'habite chérie tu te paierai une jolie maison avec 700metres carres de terrains là où je réside je paye pour 22/25metres carrés 390euros. Tout les deux aller en mi rien ovince et venez a Paris en train as un vous serez beaucoup mieux loger et si vous acheter ça sera encore moins cher qu'à Paris. Voilà pourquoi beaucoup de gens qui tient Paris pour la Province

Eisen J Eisen

Sep 9, 2018, 9:48 pm Reply

Hi Rosie I got all German furniture and today is 9/18 and 11/18 i'm flying to Zurich, meet family and friends and wait for my furniture to arrive 30-40 days and really love the Swiss riviera to live a lot cleaner than Paris and i'm also retired with income and a little prepared for the coming collapse of the dollar and other fiat money, i am not here to scare you but save your euros and buy gold coins which is real money and i did that while living in Berlin 10 years and i got a German resident permit.and i'm very flexible and if i love someone i live anywhere in the world with her. have a great day Jerome from Florida

Rosalia Wijaya

Sep 9, 2018, 4:07 pm Reply

Good location..???.but Kitchen very tiny….???

Ras Alghul

Sep 9, 2018, 5:57 pm Reply

Are the walls thin? Can you hear your neighbors? I lived in a cheap apartment and could hear the neighbors making love as if they were in the next room.

Paulo Pinheiro

Oct 10, 2018, 3:29 am Reply

Hey, I really enjoyed your video. My girlfriend and I will be moving to Paris in January next year with our small dog. I was wondering how you went about finding such a great apartment in a good area of Paris. Would be great if you could suggest some agents or good websites that we could get in touch with in order to start the process of finding a place in Paris. P.S. Keep up the good videos they are really helpful.

Oscar Santana

Oct 10, 2018, 4:51 am Reply

Wow that is awesome. I loved it. It looks so calm and relaxing. May I ask why you moved to France? Also, do you live alone? I thought you lived with family.


Oct 10, 2018, 4:22 pm Reply

I'm living for that yellow lamp… I also think a bigger rug in your living area would be cool ?..
Also did you fully furnish it yourself?

Mark Cordovani

Oct 10, 2018, 1:41 pm Reply

Hi Rosie! Very useful video: I am moving to Paris next week and will be looking for a place with a good commute to the Marais. I'll be making around 2k net per month with travel costs covered. How much should I allow myself to spend on rent do you reckon? Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks, Mark

Antonella Mancini

Nov 11, 2018, 6:19 pm Reply

Your above sofa art is nice, and has personal meaning to you, but scale is too small. Look at that expanse of blank wall. (See with your [large] above the desk photo how nicely it fills up the wall?) Perhaps a larger frame with a colored mat?

Jérôme Sens

Nov 11, 2018, 12:35 am Reply

lol, minimum wage 1500… if only

Franklin Fuertes

Nov 11, 2018, 4:57 am Reply

What’s the song which plays in the beginning?

Esemeralda Gallegos

Nov 11, 2018, 5:27 am Reply

Ohh girl! You"re soo lucky to have such a cozy appartment. I"m living in a 9-meter appartment but I can"t complain. At least I have a place to lay my head on after a busy day lol :3 I" cant invite my friends over tho.

Faris Kenz

Dec 12, 2018, 2:12 pm Reply

Oh my God, why stay in Paris downtown? Go to a tranquille suberb and get a huge appartement with even less of what you're paying.

Rochelle Miller

Dec 12, 2018, 9:33 pm Reply

Hey there!! How do I go about finding an apartment? I plan on moving to Paris in 2019 and I'm trying to figure my living situation out asap!

Mingzhe Zhang

Dec 12, 2018, 3:10 am Reply

Meanwhile a similar apartment in South Bay Area costs around $3000 per month. You pay that much and you don't even live in San Francisco. Of course I think average salary is higher, but definitely not that much higher and cannot justify the insane rent.

3 out of 3

Jan 1, 2019, 3:10 pm Reply


Martin Breton

Jan 1, 2019, 5:55 pm Reply

wow les planchers!


Jan 1, 2019, 8:02 pm Reply

Nice appartment (except the kitche with no light :s )
It's such a mistery to me how people manage to keep their place so tidy lol, mine is always invaded with clutter^^'
Ps : c'est beau ta coiffure !

richard keroue

Jan 1, 2019, 12:35 pm Reply

I have seen in the news what has happened in your arrondissement 9th today. Hope you are OK?

ISLAM is Satan’s masterpiece – est satanique

Jan 1, 2019, 1:24 pm Reply

WOW that apartment looks huge and beautiful ! ?

CookALife byMaeva

Jan 1, 2019, 6:49 pm Reply

You should learn to record a video, it made me sick just after 10 seconds of the tour… What a nightmare to watch ! And yes, why do you say that the minimum income is 1500 € when it is NOT, do you also pay your rent "gross" ? No. So give the right figures instead of fake ones.

Sara Taira

Jan 1, 2019, 4:47 pm Reply

Hi Rosie! Your apartament is great! Your channel is great!! I would definitely go for such a small kitchen if I can get that living room and bedroom for that price (and the views!!)..as I am moving to Paris within months and I currently live in Denmark, I was wondering how you found an apartment like yours! Was it through friends? Thanks to estate agencies? Can you suggest any, please?
Thank you very much! My bests!

0ne 2wo

Jan 1, 2019, 10:56 pm Reply

Anyone here from Satroville?

Daniel Kim

Jan 1, 2019, 9:38 pm Reply

it's very pretty your use of colors! you have great style and are a natural interior designer. your bedroom is really tranquil and calming and you are so right about the need to get rid of all clutter

Monalisa Menno

Jan 1, 2019, 5:24 am Reply

I pay $1100 in Pasadena, Texas, USA (around 1000€) and I thought it was expensive, I have 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining area, big living room, balcony, each bedroom has 2 walk in closets, but if I go into actual Houston, just a few minutes away it would be 50% more or even double for the same, of course I don't have the pretty views that you have over there

Sheikh Jahid Hasan

Jan 1, 2019, 3:52 pm Reply

in which web sites can i apply for short term rent to stay in anwhere in france? any online sites please


Jan 1, 2019, 10:48 am Reply

Beautiful appartement. How many m2? How did you find it? Many thanks!

Jennifer l

Jan 1, 2019, 10:36 pm Reply

I love your living room window and your hair


Feb 2, 2019, 12:17 pm Reply

thanks for the video…can you give me some good links where to look finding a flat in Paris- that ll be great ! thanks

Shaun Gordon

Feb 2, 2019, 6:19 am Reply

Looks like a nice area, and the apartment looks really cosy

Bill Glaser

Feb 2, 2019, 4:39 pm Reply

What floor are you on? Do you have an elevator?

Ashley Clarke

Feb 2, 2019, 1:38 am Reply

Rosie! I've just discovered your channel and I'm binge watching haha 🙂 I also love your into song what's it called? It's hypnotic!


Feb 2, 2019, 10:40 pm Reply

Amazing appartment. A bargain.

Hunter H.

Feb 2, 2019, 2:29 pm Reply

What is the cost of this in USA?

e t

Feb 2, 2019, 1:16 am Reply

Where do you recommend someone to look if you don't have a budget? As in, i dont mind what i pay

Mike Pollock

Feb 2, 2019, 7:16 am Reply

This apartment in San Francisco would cost between $3500 – $5000.


Feb 2, 2019, 6:54 pm Reply

One note I'm enjoying your videos however you need a microphone. I can see a lot of people not subscribing due to how low the volume is. Depending on what people use to watch YouTube your videos will have near no volume making it impossible to hear what you are saying without headphones.

Stephane Dajtlich

Mar 3, 2019, 12:33 pm Reply

Montmartre has never situated in the IXème arrondissement

Derran Lawston

Mar 3, 2019, 7:02 pm Reply

Je veux vivre à Paris maintenant ! ???

Daniel Uzo

Mar 3, 2019, 5:17 pm Reply

Please can I know what is the tuition fee for international students in France


Mar 3, 2019, 2:29 am Reply

This is really affordable for Paris!! Would you say that you lucked out and this was a good deal or is this pretty common for Paris?

Sybil Francis

Mar 3, 2019, 12:17 am Reply

SO kind and generous to share your info like that! SO many people would love to live in Paris including my younger self! My sister would love to live there now. My college French is now long gone hers is better because she dated a Frenchman and spent a year there as a uni student abroad. I am an American living abroad in a beautiful place too, Guatemala in the mountains overlooking volcanoes near a Spanish colonial tourist town, a World Heritage Site so there are many international expats here who are friends as well as local Guatemalans. Guatemalans like people everywhere come in all packages from extremely wealthy to poor, most people think only the poor live here, but not true. It helps that I now speak Spanish decently. I would never pass for a local but people here are very friendly to tourists and expats as well. Enjoy your life there! NZ is a gorgeous place too, so very different form France. Enjoy your lovely life! YOu are a doll. The world is a big big place and it is sublime to explore it. PS YOur kitchen is like a galley on a sailboat..I lived aboard for 10 yrs and loved cruising the Caribbean…one learns how to cope and there are LOADS of compensations…for me in the past on a bat and for you right now in Paris!

Christina Kav50

Mar 3, 2019, 4:53 am Reply

Wow! When you went to your balcony I realised you were actually in Paris!! So beautiful!!

Erica Mcnaughton

Apr 4, 2019, 8:09 pm Reply

I love it

Saint Barthélemy

Apr 4, 2019, 11:01 pm Reply

Now we all know where to find her next time she makes negative comments about the French !

Peter Shearman

Apr 4, 2019, 4:49 pm Reply

Why is it so cheap? Dublin for a shitty one bed apartment is €1500 & €1800 for a nicer apartment like yours

Jijo Mathew

Apr 4, 2019, 6:38 am Reply

1500 euro per month for 2 bhk?

Jijo Mathew

Apr 4, 2019, 6:39 am Reply

I am looking for 2 bhk in Paris. PLEASE LET ME KNOW MONTHLY RENTAL

Marianne Barbier

Apr 4, 2019, 4:15 pm Reply

You could buy my house in Jura in less than three years with such a rent…

Gisele Dumas

Apr 4, 2019, 12:35 am Reply

Moi a angouleme un 75 m2 pour 348€ charges comprises eau chaude. eau froide .entretien des parties communes… Paris c est cher.

Rini Chakraborty

May 5, 2019, 11:25 am Reply

Loved the background music ?

Alicia Daly

May 5, 2019, 9:13 am Reply

This apartment in Dublin would easily be €2600 🙁

We’re Winging It

May 5, 2019, 3:46 pm Reply

Beautiful apartment!


May 5, 2019, 12:46 pm Reply

Rue Fontaine ?

Nita Hiltner

May 5, 2019, 8:23 pm Reply

A Monet painting print would look lovely over your dining room buffet. Lovely views.

Joel Collet

May 5, 2019, 11:39 pm Reply

Not as expensive as I thought. It's about the same as in Toronto.


May 5, 2019, 6:37 pm Reply

nothing special dear. The houses in france are very old and overestimated.

Peter Smith

Jun 6, 2019, 1:50 am Reply

I can't imagine myself living in a 22 sqm apartment for 2 & 1/2 years in Paris. When I stayed in a 30 sqm hotel room for a week in the City of Light, I really got claustrophobic.

vedant patil

Jun 6, 2019, 10:57 am Reply

How to rent apartment in Paris any website or any agency .I won't to rent house but don't know how to rent. Plz.. reply ? ??

natalie meier

Jul 7, 2019, 9:58 am Reply

I don't like too much atmosphere

Ward One

Jul 7, 2019, 1:32 am Reply

My impression was Paris apartments are much more expensive than what you pay.

Ward One

Jul 7, 2019, 1:38 am Reply

That apartment would be twice or three times as much in DC. Maybe Paris is a possibility…

Esther Mocuta

Jul 7, 2019, 3:25 pm Reply

I love it! <3 thank you for sharing, I'll be staying in France in the near future…

Monique Pérona

Jul 7, 2019, 6:22 am Reply

Mon deux pièces à Toulouse coûte 450 euros.


Aug 8, 2019, 6:46 am Reply

please tell me the song name at the start of you vidio

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