Saturday, September 8, 2012

Rue Rembrandt - les fenêtres



The area surrounding Parc de Monceau is full of architectural treasures.  Seen near the Rue Rembrandt entrance to the park this elegant five-floor residence has an array of paned windows, each different from the other.  The quiet street ends at one of the south entrances to the park. 


If you visit Parc de Monceau
do not miss the upscale neighborhood in which it resides.


May you each have a relaxing weekend 




Rue Rembrandt et Rue de Lisbonne
75008, Paris
Métro Courcelles ou Métro Monceau

20 comments:

Sylvia K said...

It does look like a treasure and I would love to see it! Your photos are always the next best thing to being there, mon amie! Have a beautiful weekend!

Hugs
Sylvia

Lisa Graham Art said...

Aaaaah...I wish I was relaxing right inside there!

Palomasea said...

I agree with you, chere Genie...and the photo speaks for itself.
Love the area and the park...
Beautiful!
Wishing you a relaxing and wonderful weekend as well!
Bises,
- Irina

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie:
Imagine one's drawing room windows being those. How absolutely splendid. And what kind of curtains would one choose, or perhaps none at all?

'Tsuki said...

Très bel Hotel particulier. Les abord du parc Monceau sont superbes, en effet.

French Girl in Seattle said...

... and it looks like le proprietaire loves cats! Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Vreni said...

I took a lot of photos of the beautiful buildings next to the Parc Monceau!

Virginia said...

I had the pleasure of having coffee inside one of those residences a few years ago. It was amazingly large and spacious. A real treat for me!
V

Riet said...

Oh I would love to live there, those beautiful windows stole my heart.have a nice weekend!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Amazing windows, love them. A place we must visit next in that direction. Keep well Diane

Kristie Franklin said...

I bet that is some view when looking out of them. Just think of all the natural light that comes in throughout the day not to mention the lovely way they curve around.:)

The Cloth Shed said...

Hi Genie,
I had a lovely picnic with old friends in Parc Monceau just last year.
The architecture around the area is indeed wonderful.
Julie x

Starman said...

LOVE European windows!

Janey and Co. said...

I love the windows...but I hope they come with someone to clean them...

Randy said...

Lovely window.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

V, I wish that I had been with you on that visit as I would love to see the gracious interiors of these residences.

For me, with a window as high as le premier étage, I would choose no curtains at all. The kitties would love to sit in the windows and I can only imagine the glorious prisms and rainbows around this room.

Bises,
Genie

Shell Sherree said...

With windows that size, the light inside must be amazing. Very contented kitties, I suspect! Have a beautiful Sunday, dear Genie.

Mary said...

Oh my goodness! Who is the lucky person who calls this gem home?! Those windows are breathtaking, and more so because each is unique. Love love love. :)

Peter Olson said...

Very good advice you give there! :-)

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