A classic, sophisticated design with a hint of glamour is probably what you imagine when you picture a Parisian home. And the majority of this is just that. Located in the 16th arrondissement — the neighborhood where you can find the Roland Garros Stadium (home of the French Open tennis tournament) and tons of famous museums — it features a main house, an annex, and a sprawling yard that connects the two.
For the most part, the color palette is tame, featuring subdued neutrals like gray and pale yellow against a white and cream backdrop — even a pop of red in the bedroom somehow feels subtle and refined. Add to that a rustic wooden table, French doors that allow the sunshine to spill through, and a winding staircase and you've got a mansion straight out of a movie.
Take a peek around the main house to see for yourself:
But downstairs is where it all comes to an abrupt (though intoxicating) halt. Once you wander into the indoor pool area, the design gets a whole lot funkier, with sparkling mosaic walls, dramatic windows, and lots of room to party.
It's a little bit like seeing your buttoned-up grandma bust a move at a family wedding — super unexpected, but you kinda love it. Plus, if you do buy this mansion, you know you can leave your disco ball behind.