An iconic interwar Bucharest villa that has been sympathetically rebuilt and remodeled to combine period charm with the luxuries of modern living. This unique detached double fronted freehold residence is arguably one of the most architecturally handsome homes in the area. The house benefits from private parking at the front and garage behind electric gates and a beautifully landscaped rear garden.
The house is located in District one, nearby Herăstrău Park and has been built to the highest of specifications to offer a glamorous, contemporary space, ideal for entertaining and stylish family living. Inside, the understated, classically inspired rooms have a timeless but exacting finish incorporating state of the art modern lighting. The house is dressed beautifully together with his and hers offices for those who want to work from home. The voluminous kitchen has bespoke units and exceptional dining space with doors which span approximately the entire width of the room, leading out to the patio and landscaped garden beyond.
The construction of the house finished in 2002 (interbelic) and without the usual restrictions of historic listing controls, a very expansive and open flow family home in excess of 610 square meters has been created. Tremendous entertaining space has been matched by the tranquility of beautiful bedroom suites, highlighted by the master suite, covering most of the second floor and accessing a magnificent terrace with Brancovenesque details.
Mirroring the luxury of a 19 century castle, the living room, wine cellar and study area is serviced by the grandeur of the solid wood spiral staircase that accesses all floors and had been handcrafter in two years especially for this house. The kitchen and the dining area benefits from private outside space. Finished to a very high standard, the house is a great example of contemporary living in the interwar history of Bucharest.