This Montorgueil loft with up to 4 bedrooms was originally built in the 19th century by Gustave Eiffel, the architect of the Eiffel Tower. The spacious air-conditioned property with 26-foot ceilings is now an exclusive, contemporary loft space. It offers modern facilities for professional and/or residential use.
Original Eiffel beams are preserved in the lounge area. The loft features in many international design magazines. This property is designed to be modular according to differing requirements. It offers two lounge areas, a kitchen with a mobile island, floating passageways and 3-4 bedrooms.
A cathedral window and skylights provide ample sunlight. The spacious open kitchen area includes a dining table for up to 8. A large master suite includes a furnished balcony and an en suite bath with sunken bath and rain shower. 3.5 bathrooms are spread over the loft’s three levels.
This unique space is fully equipped with state of the art WIFI and internet link-ups, home automation and 3 multi-media audiovisual systems. The main lounge includes a giant home cinema screen (3.2 meters/18 feet wide). An office provides a printer, scanner and fax. In addition, it can be isolated with sliding doors, or remain an open extension to the mezzanine area.
The relaxation room on the lower level includes a sauna, hydro-jet massage shower and multi-gym. This space with its original 12th century wall also offers free weights, yoga mats a home cinema and music system. multi-gym with multi-jet hydro-massage shower.
A terrace with palm trees and bistro tables overlooks the private courtyard. It gives access to a charming and well-preserved paved passageway.
The spacious property is centrally located in the heart of Paris on the edge of the Marais and near to the Louvre. The Montorgueil area is a lively quarter that is still authentically Parisian and little known by tourists. The charming pedestrian street houses some of Paris's most exquisite bakeries and chocolate shops.
In this area traditionally occupied by artists and fashion ateliers, the Pinault Modern Art Museum will soon open nearby. The newly renovated Les Halles district is also close by. Montorgueil offers a wide range of good dining, including several Michelin restaurants. Moreover, it abounds with convivial bars and cafés. And transportation links and parking are both nearby.
General concierge service is available to Montorgueil residents to arrange car service and provide additional support as required. These can range from business services to a private chef, well-being services, excursions, etc. Made to measure service is also available on an à la carte basis.