Homes designed by Le Corbusier don’t come on the market too often, so if you fancy a Parisian lifestyle and have a bit of cash stashed away, you might be interested in this Le Corbusier-designed penthouse at Villa Stein in the stylish Vaucresson suburb of Paris.
It wasn’t designed as a penthouse, Villa Stein was originally built in 1927 as an affluent family home, but has since been converted ‘sympathetically’, with Le Corbusier detailing like the white rendered concrete exterior, suspended entrance canopies, ribbon windows, sculptured spiralled staircases and expansive roof terrace all maintained.
The section for sale covers the two top floors (around 1,130 sq ft)
which include two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and reception
room, along with sole use of the grand roof terrace and a section of
the landscaped gardens that’s all yours.
Check out the website for more images, then check your bank balance – it’s on the market for £775,000.
Find out more at the Modern House website