Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Do you have the time?

Yes...hold on
Let me check the CLOCK
in the living room!


Architect Monica Donati
Built her unique apartment in an
old 19th century Clock tower .
It has a 360 degree view of Paris proper and
all of it's famed sights!



She can see the Eiffel tower as she reads in bed...


...View the sights of Paris as she drys her dishes...


MontMarte and the Sacré-Coeur sitting down to afternoon tea...

Would you ever leave?
Je ? … pourquoi, jamais !!

24 comments:

Becca Watson said...

Very cool! I would love to have a place that was once someplace neat. And the views!! That would be wonderful!!

Mango Gal said...

That window with the clock on it is amazing!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Isn't it!!! Can you imagine??!

~ Lisa @ AbidingThere~ said...

She should rent it for vacationers! I'll be first on the waiting list.

Maya@Completely Coastal said...

I've seen churches being turned into residential dwellings..., but an apartment in a clock tower, and in Paris! Wow.

sealaura said...

je voudrais habiter lá! If I had that view I might be more inclined to do the dishes!

Katie said...

so unique! it would a home you would never ever forget!

anita said...

never, never, never, never, never
would i leave.

i have been fortunate enough to be twice in paris, staying on st. george at the prince de galle, very close to the eiffel and it is as romantic as everyone imagines and more! paris is magic.
lovely post...

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

It's incredible, Linda! I love it!

LIBERTY POST EDITOR said...

This is unreal!!! Can you believe such a thing? I'm running away from home.

Kierstin Bridger said...

I'm happily, blissfully married, however, if I were a single girl...this would be the perfect spot for me!!

Ms. Tee said...

That's absolutely amazing and beautiful -no, I'd probably never leave with that view!

katiedid said...

FAB-YOU-LUSSSSSS! Can I get on that rental waiting list too?

mary said...

Don't you know I love that ! I hope to build in my steeple eventually - a little sleeping alcove like hers. Thanks

Ana B. said...

Its fantastic!
If I live there, I would never left home...But, does the clock works? I wonder if it makes too much noise...just kidding! If it does, some cotton in the ears solves the problem!

Blue Muse said...

She needs to move out. I want that apartment. Now, please! hehe.
xo Isa

for the love of a house said...

tres chic. I am soooo jealous! I love Paris!!

Ann said...

What an abode...can I be a guest? I promise I'll behave.

Melissa Lewis - Off The Wall said...

Oh my goodness, it's gorgeous:)

Cote de Texas said...

really neat!!!! love it!

Sharon said...

If I were to be visiting Paris and strolled by the clock, I'd never have imagined that it'd be somebody's beautiful home!This is so cool.

Fifi Flowers said...

WOW! I ALWAYS have time for Paris... I've been there ALL week! ;)

Anonymous said...

That's my Aunt's house!

Michael Mattison said...

Just discovered your blog; great features.

Love this Paris write-up! Eye-catching pics. (The clock! And THE view of the Eiffel Tower. Nice.)

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