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Ce blog a été créé pour vous permettre de découvrir notre appartement, en vente dans le 9ème arrondissement de Marseille. N’hésitez pas à nous contacter pour plus d’informations.
Cet appartement est situé dans le quartier de la Pauline, proche des commerces et des commodités, ensoleillé, en très bon état.
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Okay, so, my flat...
Easily distinguishable, easily visible from the tram. It requires a passcode to get inside and a key to get in the door to the actual flat (of course), so it’s pretty secure.
Standard apartment hallway. What I like about this is that the lights turn off automatically, and then some come back on automatically, while some you have to press a button to the right of the door (see above).
Right inside the door. To the right, stairs going up. You can’t see it but they wind a bit, it’s kinda cool looking.
The kitchen. One big fridge, a mini fridge, two burners, a microwave, and some shelf/cupboard space. Barely any counter space as it is. I think in an ideal world I would do away with the mini-fridge and replace it with an oven, but it’s the only one that contains any semblance of a tiny little freezer tucked away in the top of it, so… I guess it works.
It’s open and sunny, and orange, just like the tile in the shower and even almost the floors.
So when you turn right or go straight, you get the stairs or the kitchen. When you turn left, you get this doorway. So, if you’re facing that doorway…
Nevermind, don’t pretend. I’ve done it for you. To the left: the shower/sink room, where my towel has fallen onto the floor, a helpless victim of gravity. Straight ahead: toilet. (Separate from the shower and sink, very French.) Right: my room.
I cleaned it up because I knew you’d be coming over.
The desk is a bit messy, though. Nevermind all that. So I have a nice fuzzy blanket now (and look, kittens!!!!! on the second one). A window that’s a pretty decent size but has no screen so I usually don’t open it too wide, lest the bugs get in. I’ve got my two biggest pieces of luggage completely unpacked and the medium one is nested inside the larger one; the smallest piece of luggage still holds some stuff.
Closet is two-sided; left side = shelves, right side = hanging stuff. So it works out pretty well. (The bag on the bottom left corner is a shopping bag, which I am using as my garbage.)
So, that’s pretty much all there is to it, honestly, besides a couple more bedrooms and another bathroom upstairs, and I don’t really have any purpose up there. This is my “home” for the next 5 months!
Oh, and the wall that I face while sitting at my desk:
That little brown thing is actually what the avocados I bought came in, it’s sort of wood/wicker-like material, or something. I put random stuff in it now. And the bottle of wine took me three days to finish, so no one freak out, I didn’t have it all in one go :P
Okay, enough blogging for tonight. You’re all gonna die of boredom reading this, eventually.