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Housing Hunt: What's Available in Shanghai

The search continues

 

This week's selection is each prettier than the last. Take your pick among a stunning one-bedroom studio next to the Jing'an Temple station, a loft-style two-bedroom that will be perfect for a young couple keen to plant themselves in the middle of Shanghai's most vibrant neighborhood, as well as a tasteful apartment housed in an old lanehouse in the Changning District.

 

Jing'an - 1 bedroom - 45sqm - RMB7,000

Located a mere two minutes away from the Jing'an Temple metro station, the apartment is beautifully decorated, and although not a very big space, is cleverly set up with a kitchen island that doubles as a dining table, clean white walls that help open up the room, and a comforting neutral palette that is easy on the eyes.

 

Changning - 1 bedroom - 55 sqm - RMB7,200

This apartment, housed in an old lane house on the corner of Xuanhua Lu and Fenggang Lu, is an 8-minute walk from Lines 2 & 11 Jiangsu Rd station. Large windows and glass doors mean the entire place enjoys plenty of natural light, and the decor scheme, a tasteful mix of faux marble surfaces, shades of grey and yellow, and light wood floors, is simple but beautiful.

 

Jing'an - 2 bedroom - 70sqm - RMB7,600

This loft-style apartment by Changping Rd station is equipped with a security system (how rare!), pin-card grate system, and offers 24-hour security and concierge services. It's been popped under the category of two-bedroom, but honestly it's more a two-sleeping nook arrangement, which still works for us. It's also only RMB7,600.

 

Xuhui - 2 bedroom - 70sqm - RMB9,000

This stunning two-bedroom at the Huaihai Zhong Lu hub is an vibrant mix of textures and colors, with a gorgeous, multi-color backsplash, coral pink couches. There's a tiny bedroom nook that is separated from the main living area with glass doors, and a second loft-style bedroom that overlooks the entire space. It's perfect for best friends to share, or a young couple.

 

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Wansien Lee
Wansien Lee is the Life & Style Editor for City Weekend Shanghai. She's Malaysian by name, but funnily enough has never lived in Malaysia. She likes writing about food and travel, and will probably end up the crazy lady down the street with thirty-seven cats.

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