In the heart of the 16th arrondissement, near the famous Villas La Roche and Jeanneret designed by Le Corbusier in 1924 and the mansions designed by Mallet-Stevens in 1927. Villa L is the work of the architect Stefania Stera. This house of 10 247 sq. ft. is built on woodland of 14 779 sq. ft. Each room opens directly onto the garden or onto one of the seven superb landscaped terraces. (4 015 sq. ft. approximately). The plan is oval shaped, a smooth and precious form differing from traditional constructions. The dining room and the studies each with their terraces and the master suite (with a walk in closet) are split successively from top to bottom. A wonderful living room spreads through the large ellipse. The master study takes up the entire small curve of the building. These two areas have a full view of the garden. On the garden level, there is an indoor pool with a relaxation area and a steam room. An independent studio, a maid's quarters, a large kitchen and a laundry room open onto the patio between the two different levels of the house. The living room on the second floor boasts a splendid high ceiling with windows overlooking the garden and patio. The third-level houses two bedrooms, one of which is a master suite with its terrace . The fourth floor comprises an independent apartment, a real-penthouse with its own terraces. Finally, a roof terrace on the top floor offers a magnificent view over the garden and across Paris.
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