Rates: 800€ per week,
Sleeps: 2-4, 1 bedroom
Size: 53 square meters
(570 square feet)
Floor: Third floor
Elevator? No
Metro: Pigalle (Line 2 & 12)
& Abbesses (Line 12)
To help with our cost while traveling, we have decided to rent our apartment to select clients while we are gone.
Darrin Scheid and Paula Caballero of Frenchy Rentals act as our agents.  They are a young energetic couple that live near us in
Montmartre.  They help us to find tenants,  greet them upon their arrival, take care of any problems, and make sure the apartment
is clean and maintained.
Address: 14 rue Houdon
Arrondissement: 18th
FREE Phone The owners
phone service includes Free
calls to the US, the UK and
many other countries.  If
you would like to talk to
friends or family back home
during your stay, feel FREE!
Apartment Features
Queen Bed
Deluxe Double Sofa bed
Spacious Living Room &
Dining Room
Expandable Dining Table
Piano
Cable Television
DVD Player
WiFi Internet
4-Burner Gas Stove top
Full-Sized Oven
Microwave
Refrigerator & freezer
Clothes Washer
Shower and Bathtub
Hop on the Métro
This apartment is located
between two métro stops, to
either. At Pigalle just down
the street are both
Métro
Lines 2 & 12
. The 2
curving south to the Champs
Élysees. In the other
direction, it drops you at the
foot of Pere Lachaise
cemetery.
The 12 line will
take you the Place de
Concorde, then across to the
Left Bank with stops at the
Musée d’Orsay and St.
Germain.

Don't Miss the Bus
We recommend using one of
these six super bus lines.  
Two terminate at Place
Pigalle just 3 minutes down
rue Houdon.
The 67 bus
winds down to the Seine and
stops at the Louvre before
continuing past the Ile de la
Cite to the Hotel de Ville.
Finally, it crosses the Ile St-
Louis before winding
through the Latin Quarter.  
The Montmartrobus is a
small electric bus that winds
delightfully up and around
Montmartre.
Four additional lines leave
around Place de Clichy,
about a 10-minute walk
from the apartment. Take
the 68 bus south on a direct
route to the Opéra Garnier,
across the river and to a stop
that drops you within yards
of Musée d’Orsay. Hop on
the 95 bus and hop off at the
Louvre .
The 30 bus will take
you west along Parc de
Monceau before stopping at
the edge of the Arc de
Triomphe. A bit farther
south, the 30 takes you to
Trocadero near the Eiffel
Tower.
Meet the Owners
This bright and airy retreat is
owned by Marvin & Trish
who retired five years ago
and traveled the world. They
finally settled in Paris,
refreshed the flat entirely
extensively, use it as their
primary residence. They
splurged on some very
special rosewood furniture
and hope to share the
apartment with those who
will love and appreciate it as
much as they do. They
welcome you into there
home and hope you come to
love Montmartre and their
very special quartier
Abbesses.
The Apartment:

with historical charm but
equipped with all modern
conveniences, making it the
perfect fit for a long or
short-term stay. This
apartment, located in a very
quiet landscaped courtyard, is
a walk-up three flights of a
very well-maintained building,
which dates from 1855. As
you open the door to this very
cheerful apartment it will stun
you perfect fit for a long or
kitchen to the left has all
short-term stay. This new
appliances including a
apartment, located in a very
gas stove plus a washing quiet
landscaped courtyard, quiet
landscaped courtyard, is a
walk-up three flights of a is a
walk-up three flights of a very
well-maintained very
well-maintained building,
which dates from building,
which dates from 1855. As
you open the door 1855. As
you open the door to this very
cheerful to this very cheerful
apartment it will stun you
apartment it will stun you with
its ample sunlight. The with its
ample sunlight. The kitchen to
the left has all new appliances
including a gas stove plus a
washing machine for all your
laundry. To the right, you
have the huge, bright living
and dining rooms, which have
been opened and combined
providing nearly 285 square
feet for lounging and
entertaining! The dining table
can seat four to six. The living
room has lovely rosewood
furniture, as well as a deluxe
sofa bed that will sleep two in
complete comfort. Curtains
partition the area for privacy.
At the head of the hallway is
the separate WC. At the end is
the bathroom. You'll find two
sinks and a large comfortable
bathtub with shower above.
The bedroom features a
comfortable queen-size bed
where you Lovingly renovated
during will rest in complete
quiet separated from the other
separated from the other
rooms of the apartment, and
rooms of the apartment, and
magically away from the
sounds of the city. When you
wake in the morning to the
sounds of birds you will
believe you are in a country
retreat, rather than close to the
heart of Paris!  Everyone will
make many friends in the
large, safely private courtyard
where you are welcome to
have outdoor meals.
la chambre à coucher
Bathroom                                       Dining and Living Rooms
Dining & Piano Room
The Courtyard in Spring Bloom
If you're traveling with
kids
:
This is a wonderful
apartment for families with
or without children.  The
neighbors will greet you with
a friendly “bonjour”. The
immediate neighborhood of
Abbesses is filled with
families using the local parks
and the beautiful Parisian
carousel just around the
corner in the Place
Abbesses. Or take a 20-
minute walk to the glorious
and gigantic Parc Monceau
near the edge of the 18th.
You'll find a kids' play area
to rival any you've seen in
US parks or elsewhere.
The neighborhood (located
in Paris' 18th
arrondissement) is known as
Les Abbesses and has a
historical village-like
atmosphere where you will
find lively outdoor markets
and hidden quiet streets.
You'll find everything Paris
is known for and more in
this “village in a city”;
boulangeries – nine close by
– fromageries, cozy
neighborhood restaurants
and outdoor cafés, adorable
boutiques and galleries, all
within a few minutes walk.
Cinema 28, a classic movie
theater designed by Jean
Cocteau is a real treat.
Explore the butte with its
many lanes and stairways.
Extensive music collection
There is a full stereo system
built into the computer with
an extensive collection of
over 100 hours of music.  
While focused on classical a
wide selection of pop – both
French and other –  show
tunes, etc.
14 rue Houdon
All of Paris is literally at
your feet!
The apartment is located
between two distinct and
very special neighborhoods
or “quartiers”
Montmartre, specifically
the quartier of Abbesses is
just up the street.  Walk up
to the corner.  You can go
in any direction and its
magic!  
Go to your left for all of
our wonderful
neighborhood shops and
cafés; the bank and the
post office. After exploring
the epicieries, fromageries,
boulangeries, boucheries
and the many cafés on rue
des Abbesses, turn left onto
rue Lepic for even more.  
If you have seen the
wonderful quintessential
French film “Amelie” you
will recognize many of the
local sights.  The area is
one of magic at all times:
on Saturdays when it seems
everyone in Montmartre is
shopping; Sundays when
the streets are closed to
traffic and French
accordion music wafts out
from the cafés; indeed at
anytime.  Sit in the cafés
and watch the passing
crowds.
A good movie?  Studio 28
at 10 rue Tholoze, just off
rue des Abbesses is a real
treat.  All the films are
shown in the original format
with French subtitles when
needed.  The theater was
designed by Jean Cocteau
and is the oldest continually
operating cinema in Paris.  
If you don’t want to stand
in line, just go to the café
inside and have a drink or a
pastry.  They will wave you
into the theater when the
film starts. http://www.
cinemastudio28.com/ check
“programmes et horares”,
then “Pour imprimer le
programme cliquez ici” for
the latest film listing.

Below and parallel to rue
des Abbesses, stretching
from rue Lepic back to our
own rue Houdon is the
small lane, rue Véron.  It’s
a bit of a secret, with its
small cafés, bars, shops and
ateliers.  Don’t miss it.  It’s
especially in character late
on a misty night when the
cobble stones glow and the
“ladies” of the night come
out”.

Go straight will take you up
to the top of the Butte
Montmartre and the
famous Basilque du Sacre-
Coeur. Wander the rues!  

Turn right and in a short
while you will be in the
“tissues” area where the
colorful shops sell fabrics
of all kinds – and for some
reason Middle Eastern belly
dancing costumes.  Beyond
is the Goutte d’O.r  This
fascinating area, the
location of many of Zola’s
nineteenth century novels is
largely populated by
immigrants from France’s
former African colonies.  
The Saturday market is one
of the most fascinating in
Paris.
One block to the east is rue
des Martyrs.  This is the
rue that St. Denis marched
in the third century carrying
his own head!  It is still one
of the most colorful rues in
Paris equaling rue des
Abbesses and rue Lepic in
its selection of shops and
cafés.
Dining & Piano Room
Place Dalida
The Sun Shines on Montmatre
rue Antoine - one block away