This one bedroom apartment is a location that is dreams of Parisian romance that become reality with clear view of Eifel tower. The owner use it as secondary residence that’s just the right size for an or idyllic escape from the stress of the city center.
Though the residence is set in a classic Haussmann building—an imposing, cut-stone, 19th-century edifice—its interiors are cool, contemporary and utterly chic. The open-plan living and dining room have the gracious dimensions, tall windows and wrought-iron balconies of historic Parisian apartments, while furnishings like tuxedo-style sofas, a low-profile coffee table and a lacquered dining table feel sleek and modern. The fully equipped kitchen continues in this vein, with flat-fronted blond-wood cabinets wrapping around state-of-the-art appliances.
The single bedroom is its own haven, with a four-poster queen bed and sitting area, but the en-suite bathroom raises the stakes in relaxation with a balneotherapy bathtub and rain shower.