Real Estate & Art de Vivre
In the secret of a discreet dead end, discover this extraordinary family home bathed in light.
Out of sight, drowned in greenery, this five-bedroom house extends its 519 sqm on three levels with exceptional volumes. And opens its bay windows on a delicious garden of 135 sqm. we can feel ourselves transported in La Bohème d'Aznavour... On the ground floor, the huge living room takes on the appearance of a patio, with in its heart a tropical liana planted in open ground rising to the bedrooms towards the zenithal glass roof. The fireplace, the dining room, the piano, the bar and the family kitchen are one, while halfway up is a mezzanine hosting a billiards table and a library, as if floating between two floors.
A modern time house
Let's climb the stairs to the artist's studio converted into an office. A teleworker's dream, bathed in the soft northern light. A few steps up, the three suites overlook a large wooded terrace. These suites can communicate with each other if necessary to form a family space.
Let's go back down to the garden. Its designers wanted it simple, both very mineral to recall the urban environment and endowed with a robust vegetation based on boxwood, to which are mixed jasmine, roses and some trees including an elegant Japanese maple. We will admit a weakness for the arbor on which a clematis and a climbing hydrangea run. Here we are again in the song of Aznavour...
At the bottom of the garden is an independent studio, with its own entrance. « This is the former studio of Uruguayan sculptor Pedro Olaïzola, a post-war figure of Montmartre », says the owner. « We managed to hunt for some of his works, it seemed natural to us to reinstall them in the setting where they were born ». It's hard not to feel like an artist's soul, indeed, in this universe whose every corner triggers inspiration.
This is a family home in perfect condition, enjoying with a garage that can accommodate two cars and many bicycles. And above all perfectly equipped on the home automation side.
Price on request, contact Clémence GUITAUT on +33 6 82 11 38 01 for visits.