Originally a 19th Century Industrial Printing House built by Gustav Eiffel, this Loft 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.
The Loft 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.
There are 2 complementary lounges designed for comfort and different moods: a dramatic reception room in the main volume of the Loft dominated by the cathedral window, Japanese Ficus tree and Gustave Eiffel beams - and a second, more intimate and colourful space, on the upper level under the skylights. Relax. Entertain. Drink afternoon tea or aperitifs. Watch movies (on a cinema screen). Enjoy after dinner relaxing.
Open Dining and Kitchen Space - A dining table for up to 8 persons (can be adapted for larger groups) and a kitchen island designed to sit around while the host prepares food or drinks. Up to 4 Queen Bedrooms: Depending on your personal requirements we can prepare up to 4 Queen bedrooms including a master bedroom with its own furnished balcony and en suite bathroom with sunken bath and rain shower.
Gym and relaxation room: This unique space surrounded by an original 12th century Roman wall, offers well being and relaxation. Equipped with Sauna, Hydro-jet massage shower, multi-gym, free weights, yoga mats and home cinema and music system.
3.5 bathrooms: Includes: Ground floor shower room with toilet; Master bathroom with sunken bath, shower and toilet; Lower floor gym shower and sauna; Upper floor half bathroom with toilet.
Terrace: Furnished terrace includes two bistro tables with chairs for breakfast of aperitifs outside.
The Luxury Designer Loft was voted by the Observer and Marie Claire Magazine as one of the top ten best rental apartments in Europe. The Loft has also been featured in several international Interior Design documentaries (HGTV; Interiors; Maison 5) and many international Interior Design magazines and publications (including French Interior Design; Glamorous Living Spaces; Art & Decoration; Marie-Claire; Maison et Vivre and many more...)
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