Originally a 19th Century Industrial Printing House built by Gustav Eiffel, this unique property has been transformed into an exclusive, contemporary loft space, offering a warm atmosphere and modern facilities for professional or residential use - or a mix of both activities.
• Designed to be modular according to differing requirements, the property offers diverse spaces that can be adapted according to needs, including two lounge areas, a kitchen with a mobile island that can be moved if required, floating passageways and up to 4 double bedrooms that can be made up on request.
• It is fully equipped with state of the art WIFI and internet link-ups, home automation and 3 multi-media audiovisual systems - the main lounge is equipped with a giant home cinema screen (3.2 meters/18 feet wide). An office provides a printer, scanner and fax - this room can be isolated with sliding doors, or remain an open extension to the mezzanine area.
• It offers a terrace overlooking the private courtyard and has access to a charming and well preserved 19th Century paved passageway providing a smoking area (if required) and second access for deliveries.
• It has a relaxation room on the lower level, including a sauna, a hydro-jet massage shower and multi-gym.
• Situated in the Quartier Montorgueil, a lively pedestrianised quarter that is still authentically Parisian, yet little known by tourists, this amazing property is centrally located in the heart of Paris on the edge of the Marais and near to the Louvre. It offers easy taxi access, parking and nearby public transportation only a few steps away (3 metro stations all within 2 minutes walk).
• #VINGTLoves - This is a unique luxurious living space in the heart of Paris, offering style with privacy and real volume. It is one of those places you never want to leave.
• TV, WIFI, Telephone and cleaning included
Property Ref: PSU1245
Welcome to the neighborhood Emile Zola called The Belly of Paris. From the 12th century until 1969, Les Halles was the traditional center market of Paris. Food vendors of all kinds sold their wares, brought in fresh every day. The vast market throbbed with housewives, cooks, and thieves. Rippling out from Les Halles is a… read more