Crowned by an elegant dome, the residence offers a new face on the edge of a wood. Well-integrated into its environment, the masterly-looking built front faces the square's roundabout and stretches along the street. The transparency of two vast porches gives a glimpse of beautiful interior gardens from the street.
The sequenced facades are built in perfect harmony with the neighbouring buildings. Covered with Mansard-style roofs in slate and zinc or terracotta tiles, clad in stone or brick, they are inspired by Haussmann-style architecture. The composition of the property is enhanced by dormer windows, numerous outdoor areas and a wide variety of wrought ironwork.
It is facing the Clamart woods that this residence is spread out. From it, a first porch leads to halls A and B, while a second one gives access to halls C and D as well as to the houses. Access to the car park, on 2 basement levels, is from the street. The composition of the complex is punctuated and sequenced by small buildings with 4 or 5 floors and houses with 1 or 2 levels. Finally, its landscaping, punctuated with remarkable trees, shrub hedges and climbing plants, draws its inspiration from the nearby woods.
Two classically styled stone porches, adorned with large ironwork grilles, create generous visual openings in the landscaped areas. In the manner of the beautiful Clamartois addresses, large old-fashioned lanterns, topped by an elegant frieze carved into the pediment, mark the entrances to the residence.
The apartments are designed as pleasant places to live. Most of them are extended by an outdoor space: balcony, private garden and/or terrace. The apartments face the woods to the southwest, the city to the east or the rooftops of Paris for those located on the upper floors, some with an exceptional view of the Eiffel Tower. Behind its rhythmic facades, the residence offers apartments, from studios to six-room units, on the same level or in duplexes, some of which are open to the public. The floor plans have been designed to optimize the generous surfaces and the different exposures of the apartments. In all seasons, the large bay windows offer optimal brightness.
Pour those who love independence, five pretty houses, served by an alley of flowering trees, are surrounded by private gardens for the greatest pleasure of their occupants. The use of noble materials, such as millstone or plaster, confers an elegance to the whole and gives the houses their originality. The multiple, four-sloped or gable roofs, made of tiles and/or zinc with small dormers, echo the neighbouring constructions built at the beginning of the 20th century. Accessible by a gently sloping path, the houses are laid out in 4 or 5 rooms, on 1 to 2 levels. Each of them opens on to a wooden terrace extended by a private garden surrounded by a planted fence. Three or four bedrooms are arranged upstairs, some of which are extended by a terrace. The choice of high quality services, identical to those of the apartments, offers you comfort and a gentle way of life.