Parisian independence On the third floor in the neighbourhood around Champs-Élysées, you enter Rue de l’Arc de Triomphe into an elegant dining room with polished floorboards and original cornicing – the signs of the home’s late 19th century origins. There are mahogany chairs around an antique dining table, and a chandelier hangs from the ceiling. To your right, a modern breakfast bar separates the kitchen area, and an arched opening leads into the sitting room. Spider plants in copper baskets hang above the linen sofa, and a gilded mirror sits over the hearth. There are double French windows and a full bookcase, (brought from London) too. Next door is the master bedroom, accessible through the dining room. Neutral tones are complemented by dark wood furniture and there’s a Juliet balcony with views of the boulevard below. There’s an independent second bedroom with a double bed, and miniature tiles cover the floor of the shared bathroom, alongside.
Basin, shower, toilet
Dining table, dining chair
Dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), oven, refrigerator, TV
DVD player, stereo system
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