[ French Classic ]
Light and airy elegance melds with sophisticated architectural detailing to create a spectacular setting for gracious living and memorable entertaining. French limestone exterior, slate roof and manicured landscape. Thoughtful planning ensures a gathering space for every occasion, from the inviting wine room with a beautiful ceiling to the resort-like backyard with a sparking pool, waterfall and outdoor dining-cooking area with a built-in grill.
Above is our freshly completed elevation of the Hôtel Potocki, built in 1884 by the architect Jules Reboul, which stands at 27 avenue Friedland in Paris's 8th arrondissement. The hôtel was among the grandest town palaces built in Paris in the late 19th century, designed in the neo-Louis XIV style that defined the era, its central, square-planned dome evoking the Tuileries palace and its column screens recalling the Enveloppe of Versailles.
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