The Auteuil district boasts an opulent and luxuriant atmosphere. Enjoy wandering through its leafy parks and quiet flowery streets, stop at some of the many shops and cafés, admire the private “Villas” and exceptional Art Nouveau architecture and you will agree that the 16th arrondissement has something to offer everyone either they be fans of culture, sport enthusiasts or just lovers of shopping.
The owners of the Villa will be thrilled to help you discover the hidden treasures that are waiting just on the doorstep of the Villa du Square. For business, main French companies headquarters as well as OECD are very near.
- Roland Garros : walking distance 10 minutes. www.rolandgarros.com (22 of may / 30 of june 2017)
- Many museums (Marmottan Monet, Palais de Tokyo, Musée d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris …), foundations (LVMH, Le Corbusier …) and such architectural gems as the Guimard buildings, Le Corbusier (UNESCO 2016), Mallet Stevens, Patout …are close at hand
- Beautiful gardens : Serres d’Auteuil, Ranelagh, Bagatelle, Trocadero, Acclimatation …
- The Eiffel Tower…
- Versailles and its famous chateau are just a 10 minute drive away …
Direct connections to all the main sites of the capital:
A 3-minute walk:
– Jasmin station Line 9: 5 stations from the Trocadero (Eiffel Tower), 9 from the Champs Elysées, 15 from the Galeries Lafayette, 20 from Bastille
– Michel-Ange Auteuil, Line 10: direct service to Saint Germain des Près, Sèvres-Babylone, St Michel ….
A 2 minute walk from the PC1 and line 62 ; 15 minutes to Porte Maillot (Congress Center); 30 minutes to the Galeries Lafayette
a Vélib station in the street of the house
The good restaurants addresses …
Walk about 5 minutes from the Villa and you will come across the fascinating “Le Berger et les Poissons”. Having invested in this delightful Art Nouveau bistro set in a Hector Guimard creation dating back to 1911, the owners will be happy to reserve a table for you. Enjoy quality cuisine in an exceptional setting (place and listed historic monument) .
You will be welcomed by François-Christophe or his associate Pierre.