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Apart a sous-louer au coeur de Pekin!

Discussion dans 'Petites annonces - Pékin Divers' créé par GitanePekinoise, 6 Décembre 2011.

  1. GitanePekinoise

    GitanePekinoise Apprenti

    1 Décembre 2010
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    Je rentre pour les
    fêtes et je souhaiterais sous-louer mon appart d'une chambre, a un locataire qui aime bien les couleurs (parce qu'il y en a plein dans l'appart!) Vous trouverez les détails de l'offre ci-dessous (en anglais), mais si jamais vous souhaitez plus d'informations en français, n'hésitez pas a me contacter.

    Merci de votre attention!

    Stellar 1-month Sublet!

    I will be heading home for the holidays and am looking to sublet my massive 1BR apartment from December 19th to January 19th (give or take a few days; dates are still flexible). The apartment is a luminous and stylishly decorated 1BR (90sqm), directly across the street from Chaoyang Park South Gate. It’s located just up the street from all the action of Sanlitun, yet its proximity to the park makes it a very peaceful respite - with slightly fresher air than the rest of the city :)

    Living room: Situated on the 20th floor, the apartment commands sweeping views of Chaoyang Park and all the glitzy high-rises over in the Liangmaqiao area. It has a floor-to-ceiling glass terrace in the living room with a high table and two electric blue bar stools that makes a wonderful place to dine. For lazy evenings at home, the apartment also has an extremely comfortable oversized L-sofa and a 44-inch flat screen TV perfect for watching DVD’s (I have loads of those - have your pick!). I even have a snuggie!

    Bedroom: has a huge king-size bed and an extremely comfortable mattress. (None of that cheap Chinese mattress stuff!) It has a huge window with a sill, which I’ve pretty much turned into a daybed, as it’s a great little perch to read from and gets bathed in natural light. There are two huge closets and a vanity with a mirror that’s very handy for getting ready for a night out. I can leave behind fresh bedding, if needed.

    Kitchen: is fully equipped with a full-size fridge, small oven (that you can bake in!), and a microwave. There’s a fairly diverse spice rack (chile powder from Mexico, rose water from Morocco, paprika from Spain...) that you’re welcome to have your way with. It gives way to a small glass-enclosed storage room, and gets very good light.

    Bathroom: The bathroom is quite large, you can flush paper in the toilet (not always the case in Beijing!), and it has a strategically placed heating radiator so you’ll never be cold when getting out of the shower. The water pressure is excellent, and the building has plentiful heat and hot water, (again, not always the case in Beijing!).

    Office: The apartment also has a home office, which is where I generally work from. The space basically consists of two desks and lots of art. You can use it as you choose - I think it was meant to be a dining room, and could definitely be morphed into one (I have a dining set and chairs), should you be planning to host a holiday dinner.

    Location: The apartment is about a 15-minute walk from the Tuanjiehu Subway Station (line 10). There’s an April Gourmet (foreign grocery store) just downstairs, and an organic grocery store and coffee shop right next to it. There’s also a gym, banks, and a bagel shop right in the compound, which has a very good mix of Chinese and foreigners living in it. The building was just finished last year, so everything in it is all new. Although its surrounding area offers many “expatty” conveniences, directly behind the building there’s a hyper-local neighborhood filled with small hutongs and a dizzying array of Chinese restaurants, ranging from the glitzy to the “chow down on a curbside stool.” There are pharmacies, massage parlors, hair salons, several small convenience stores, fresh produce stands, local supermarkets (a big Jinkelong), and plenty of small kiosks selling chuan’r, dumplings, and the best roasted street sweet potatoes in town.

    The Sanlitun Village, which houses Beijing’s bastion of foreign restaurants, stores, bars, and the nucleus of Beijing’s nightlife (love it or not), is a straight shot down the street. It’s a 15 minute walk or a 10RMB (1euro) cab ride. I’ll also be leaving my bike behind, on the chance you prefer to get around on two wheels. It’s how I go everywhere, and definitely the best way to roll like a local!

    The rent is 5,800RMB per month, all utilities and high-speed wi-fi included. Pics below.

    Please don’t hesitate to be in touch with any questions and thanks for reading!

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