Somewhere in the heart of Bucharest, on a small street in the Capitalelor area, a 19th century villa surprises by preserving, on a small scale, the spirit of a Renaissance palace. The interiors are dominated by solid pieces of furniture and heavy textiles, be it the velvets upholstering the canvases or the flowing draperies and exquisite carpets. Wood dresses, in delicate robes of pale grey, the interior window surrounds, the joinery of the double glazed doors and the panelled walls, in line with the rest of the complex woodwork. In counterpoint are the furniture and impressive staircase, which retain the natural warmth of natural wood, discreetly lacquered but carved with visible craftsmanship. It is obvious that the painstaking restoration process has preserved and highlighted many of the original decorative elements - stuccowork, woodwork, etc. On the other hand, the interior design manages spectacularly to avoid shrinking in time, living in the present through an interesting mix of new and old in terms of fine arts and functional-decorative - classic paintings coexist wonderfully with contemporary ones, just as the light fittings and kitchen retain their modern character. The space is laid out over four levels, which allows for a good sharing of areas. On the basement level there is a guest bedroom, a hobby room, a gym with a bathroom, as well as a wine cellar, a laundry room and a technical room. The ground floor has common areas - a living room and a dining room, complemented by an office, a kitchen and a bathroom. Three further bedrooms and a bathroom are fitted upstairs; the attic has yet to find its purpose, awaiting a plan, an idea. Part of the Louis Blanc subdivision, the villa offers the future owner a rare opportunity to live in the city's super premium area without the compromises classically associated with it - limited space, old construction, etc. The photos present only an interior design solution.
- Lot Size220 ac