Don't underestimate this tiny-looking houseboat: It's packed with the cutest details

Blissfully docked on the scenic Seine River, this cozy, charming, floating home is a studio space that's small and intimate. With stunning panoramic views of landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, it doesn't get any more Parisian than this! Perfect for a romantic getaway, the home is decorated with careful attention to detail and color, and the effect is shabby and sweet.
There's even a pretty deck for unwinding and watching the world go by at the end of a busy day spent sightseeing. A free-standing bathtub, antique sink and gorgeous views are just a few of the perks of this Parisian houseboat. As you enter, you'll be drawn to the rich colors, like the comfortable goldenrod chair and the hints of purple.
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The main space of the home features a desk, chairs, a bunk style bed, small sofa and plenty of storage drawers and shelves. The wood interior creates an atmosphere that's welcoming and warm.
Though the space is small, there's just enough room for two to enjoy this couples' paradise (and imagine seeing the Eiffel Tower lit up in the evenings!).
The bathroom is private and located upstairs in its own little nook.
Note the antique sink has lots of character. There's also a mirror, shower and tub.
The free-standing bathtub is located adjacent to oversized windows that provide you with an amazing view and plenty of sunshine.
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Enjoy the boat's deck, laden with flowers, sunshine and splendid river views.
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