This appartment on the sixth floor surprises you with the rooftop skyline so iconic for Paris. The living area is one open space which has been designed to create two different “zones”. First there is an entertainment area of lounge and chairs surrounding a flat screen TV and CD player.
The second area comprises two lounges and a 21 st century version of a rocking chair, situated around the original stone fireplace. A large Australian native work hangs above the dining table. An Australian beach scape, and Australian contemporary piece, two French portraits and a contemporary geometric are just some of the art in this room. Two playful French works, one oil and the other pencil, hang either side of the antique gilt mirror above the fireplace.
The black chandeliers that hang in this room and the two tone parquetry of the floor add to the sense of energy and colour of this luxurious space. The kitchenhas a stone floor and stone bench tops, plentiful cupboard space, oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, washing machine and dryer are all neatly contained.Windows in the kitchen look out into chimney pots and rooftops and off to the distance, Sacre Coeur.
The guest bathroom is a marble-lined room has shower and toilet, a full length mirror as well as a beautifully lit mirror over the vanity.A second door of this bathroom leads into the second bedroom thereby creating an ensuite for the guest bedroom. This room has built in robes and a double bed. Across the hall is the main bedroom and ensuite. Where colour and vibrancy are reflected in the guest room, the Master bedroom is more muted. A double bedroom, built in wardrobe, corner chest of draws and bedside tables provide every comfort.
The ensuite bathroom is marble lined with full size bath, shower, toilet and vanity basin. The heated towel rail features here as well to eradicate any cold chills. We hark back to old world with original wall lights in both bedroom and bathroom.