This house is a monument of architecture of the twentieth. Built in 1929, it is one of the finest achievements of the architect Pol Abraham renowned ambassador of French modernism and whose work has been the subject of a retrospective at the Centre Georges Pompidou in 2008.That true work of art was restored in two stages (1987 and 2008) by its current owners with respect for the original performance while providing it with modern comfort.
With sober exterior, this house surprised by its corner windows, typical style of the architect, its glass tiles and large bay windows. On entering one is impressed by the volume and the brightness of the vestibule with its amazing staircase and glass tiles dome. The living room and the dining room form a large space with an adjoining terrace ground floor and the garden. A spacious kitchen and an office complete the ground floor which is ideal for organizing beautiful receptions.
From the exceptional steps, presented in international magazines of architecture as soon as it s built, one reaches the stage where there are five bedrooms including a large master suite and two bathrooms and number of integrated storage. From there you go on the 60 sqm roof terrace covered with exotic wood that offers a panoramic view on the village of Louveciennes and the Seine Valley up to the Defense district.
The house basement comprises a two-car garage, a workshop, a large shed, an utility room and a cellar. The garden is planted with rare trees including a magnificent centenary cedar.
Residential area in of the Yvelines department, Louveciennes is located 10 km west from Paris on the slope of the Seine between Versailles and Saint-Germain-en-Laye. The town of Louveciennes is both protected from the nuisance associated with communication channels at the same time, very well connected by road and rail.
The area is characterized by large natural areas related to historical past of the city (several castles) but also its parklands and wooded areas (Louveciennes wood, Marly’s forest, Presidential hunting reserve).
In the nineteenth century, the village acquired its fame thanks to such Impressionist painters Camille Pissarro and Alfred Sisley.
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