Globe Trotting: Bonkers Parisian Loft With Pool and Glass Roof Asks $11.5M

Friday, January 23, 2015, by Rachel B. Doyle
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This giant, ornate former-factory-loft-turned-home in Paris was already pretty spectacular, but the fact that its gabled glass roof rests on a early 20th-century steel structure created by famed French architect Gustave Eiffel really puts it over the edge. The 9,400-square-foot former textile factory was converted into a 5-bedroom mansion a few years back, and the just-listed 3-story space now includes amenities such as an indoor pool, a hamam bath, a 15-seat movie theater, and, naturally, a wine cellar.

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