Just take a minute and treat yourself to the fantasy of living a glamorous Parisian life in this lofty light-filled Montparnasse home. Architecture buffs will appreciate that this former artist’s studio was purportedly built with materials taken from the 1900 Universal Exhibition, though there’s no hit of the Art Nouveau style that permeated the fair’s architecture and design.
Rather, the soaring, 17-foot-tall space has a cleaned-up industrial feel, with bright white-painted beams and columns. The lower floor has an ample living room, dining room, and kitchen—with oodles of windows and skylights letting in Paris’s famed light. Upstairs is a master bedroom and an open loft guest bedroom.
The lovely 1,800-square-foot abode looks out over a moss-bordered lane. It costs €2.45 million ($2.6 million) to own, but hey, the fantasy is free.
Via: The Spaces