This quaint yet quirky artist’s studio in Paris promises a dramatic double height ceiling, an entirely glazed wall, and visions of the bohemian lifestyle you always wanted. Located in the 14th arrondissement on the famous Villa-d'Alésia street, where artists Henri Matisse and Auguste-Leroux once lived, the 81-square-meter (or 872-square-foot) two story residence features a versatile living area on the ground floor and a whimsical mezzanine level on the second.
The first floor can be arranged into different configurations to suit your every mood—as a cafe, salon, workspace, or a combination of all three—while the upper floor boasts a library and an attic-style bedroom. The kitchen is located on a veranda, which opens onto a charming cobblestone courtyard—and all the possibilities the city has to offer. It’s available for €810,000, or $917,000. To learn more, head to Patrice Besse.