Located on the étage noble (noble floor) of this Napoleon III era building, its grand and open volume is composed of 3 meter ceilings and 142 square meters of space, antique waxed hardwood parquet floors , and beautifully restored moldings and architectural elements, all overlooking the quiet cobble stoned courtyard with original restored horse stables and converted barn, evoking the tranquility and horse-drawn feel of pre-industrial Paris.
• An elegant Dining Room is just off the entryway. Through expansive double doors it opens on to the Grand Salon with original works of art, a large marble fireplace with its ceiling-height period gilded mirror, elegant designer furniture of Mies van der Rohe, Noguchi and Le Corbusier, and a large antique Persian rug.
• If you are a writer or visiting professor or businessman you will have the luxury of a separate, spacious, fully equipped office with leather topped banker's desk, printer/scanner, and plenty of built-in storage and bookshelves.
• As you enter the large American-style eat-in kitchen, you'll discover it to be modern and spacious with ALL conveniences, including: a large refrigerator, dishwasher, clothes washer and separate clothes dryer, microwave, full oven, induction cook top, granite counter tops, stainless steel sink, and more. The kitchen also has its own eating/breakfast area with a beautiful marble-top 6 person "Tulip" table and matching chairs, overlooking the quiet courtyard.
• Two large bedrooms each have their own entrances onto the new limestone-slab bathroom with drenching shower and Phillipe Starck fixtures including a deep soaking tub. The master bedroom has built in air conditioning, which can also cool the living room and dining room on hot summer days. A separate marbled WC is located off of the entry hall for guests.
• TV/Phone/Wifi included
Property Ref: PSU358
The 6th arrondissement is, above all things, inspiring. Saint Germain has been the muse of scholars, artists, existentialists, bohemians, and politicians. Its shaded avenues and quiet side streets centrifuge into the spinning café scene on the Boulevard Saint‐Germain. Intellectuals and the glitterati preen and mingle with scruffy expat writers at the Café de Flore and… read more