Rich tapestry The sitting room is almost directly opposite the front door of Avenue Charles Floquet II. Built during the Belle Époque, this home’s architecture is historic and harmonious, and the same can be said for its interiors. Hung with etchings from Moscow and Leningrad, the sitting room is warmed by a deep-red rug. Following the parquet floor into the adjoining dining room, you’ll find the Louis Philippe dining table and a graceful chaise longue. The kitchen’s across the hall, then, at the far end come the two bedrooms. The master bedroom has a well-stocked bookcase, framed artworks hanging on the walls, and an abstract mosaic above the bath in the ensuite.
Stereo system, TV, dining table, dining chair
Basin, bath (fitted)
Coffee machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), microwave, oven, toaster
Double bed, ensuite, TV
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