Located in the 16th arrondissement, on the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, this is a great opportunity to go green! Nestled in this green area, the architecture of this mansion built for the Maharaja of Kapurthala in 1926 has all the makings of a beautiful family home. And for good reason, it is now occupied by its new owners, the Count and Countess of Andlau-Homburg, which adds to the charm and unusual nature of the place. But if the setting is historical and family oriented, the House stands out by its very pure style and its completely harmonious proportions.
Entering this charming property also means taking advantage of the only private vineyard in Paris, with 475 vines planted in 2004 and a production of only 250 bottles a year. What a privilege!
In each space of the House, you will find a special soul. On the ground floor there are two large lounges, an office and an entrance hall, covering an area of 170 m2.
But to enjoy a more bucolic side, there is nothing like the 150 m2 winter garden, set in a green setting with a view of the vines. It has a capacity of 170 people for a seated lunch and 250 people for cocktails.
The half-hectare garden is a haven of peace, ideal for a garden party or a candlelit dinner. And of course, who says vineyard says winery, a 60 m2 space ideal for organizing workshops around the vineyard.