It's charming -
It's got character with its exposed beams -
it's romantic with its skylight and it's a
happy young decor - It definitely has that
je ne sais pas quoi
Left - Kitchen equipped with
coffee-maker, electric
kettle, traditional oven,
microwave, toaster, 2
burners, refrigerator  and
all the crockery and cutlery.
Door next to the kitchen is
the toilet for guests.

Right - sofa cum bed
overlooks the open kitchen  
- desk next to the sofa near
the window
Left - sofa on the left of
the living room

Right - another shot of
the kitchen and the
sturdy stairs that lead up
to the bedroom and
Left and right picture -
A glass table that seats 4
serves as the dining table
- It is adjavcent to the
second window in the
living room. There is a
Hi-Fi and TV in the living
room. Large Rothko
picture presides.
Photo on Right -  As you
come up the stairs from the
lower level you have a low
double bed to the left and a
commode to the right, next
to the open bathroom.
Notice all the skylight at the
level (velux can be reached
and opened by hand)

Right -  desk.
Photo on right - Bed with
built in huge closets
Left and right -
Low bed frame fits
mattress of
140cms wide.
Left - Bedroom leads to
open attached bathroom
It has bathroom cabinets,
WC and washbasin.

In the right photo you see
the toilet which is at the
lower level for the comfort
of your guests.
Thus the flat has 2 toilets.
That "je ne sais
pas quoi"
For your listening pleasure - chanson d'amour -
Manhattan Transfer