I have enough roses, too. They're in my vault.
I hope that it is OK for my secondary character to have a place since he's proving quite popular. He will be conducting interviews of those around the opera house in preparation for writing an illustrated "coffeetable" book about Opera Populaire
and the "legend" of the Phantom.
Character name: Raven Corbett
Character age: 27
Desired apartment: Although Raven, as a successful author, could afford a house, he has chosen his new home for its location rather close to the opera house, where he will be conducting interviews and doing research for a book. Some of the interviews will be conducted at home.
Raven Corbett's home is located in the lower levels of a 19th century structure that has been converted to an apartment building. There is a sizable livingroom, a sitting area that will serve as his work space, a somewhat small but serviceable kitchen, a truly impressive library, a full bath, and two bedrooms--one for Raven, of course; the other, for his valet/assistant, Ziv Tyrrell. From the basement-level apartment, a lighted staircase leads up to the ground floor, with a small patio that is reserved for the writer's personal use.
Note: I do not have Ziv's room pictured since he will be one of those peripheral characters--someone referred to or making a brief appearance, serving as a butler/cook/assistant.
The link is to a page showing Raven's home:
I've mislabeled the stairs. I will try to replace the label ASAP.