This sophisticated pied-à-terre lives like a fabulous Parisian apartment. The space is tremendous, with 12-foot tall open beam ceilings, point de Hongrie oak wood floors, open floor plan, two sets of magnificent casement windows with stunning garden views, dining area, sitting area, la petite cuisine, and an exquisite marble-wrapped bathroom. The furnishings are decidedly French and definitively au courant with a gorgeous painted King Louis XV style bed, dark velvet sofa, gold gilt bergère chair in a splendid Jean-Paul Gaultier floral, oak campaign table, a judicious mix of curated art — a substantial mid-twentieth century garden abstract paired with an eighteenth-century portrait and a nineteenth-century classic Parisian oil. The result is baron Jacques Pineau de Viennay’s vision, translated centuries later.