Tuesday, January 20, 2009

P is for Perfection

Images Sotheby's

......which this exquisite mansion has in abundance & of course P is also for Paris, so what more could one ask for! This wonderful property of over 4,000 sq. metres is situated in the heart of the beautiful Parc de Marnes la Coquette, a small private enclave close to the heart of the city.

Needed to be registered with Sotheby's to get a peek inside, & at this stage I think MOTH would have a total spin-out if we started to receive email up-dates from their Property Agents thanking me for my enquiry & assuring me they will be working diligently to find us a house in Paris!! Maybe Vicki A. our French connection could go undercover for us & charm more pics out of the estate agent!

Anyway, not too much more to say except one really can't improve on perfection & that's exactly what this is.


  1. it looks just like a doll's house!

  2. Oh my goodness - how divine - I'm in love with the garden, all those mature trees, so calm and restful.

    Well found Millie :)

  3. And perfect it is too.
    Love the shutters,
    Ness xx

  4. Millie, I would seriously have to tidy myself up to get in there! Looks seriously beautiful, xv.

  5. This is lovely Millie...oh, to be able to stroll amongst those gorgeous trees. I do so love trees that size...they at times seem to whisper...Dzintra XX

  6. That is BEAUTIFUL!
    Welcome back... I've missed you!
    ENJOY your week!

  7. ... with a capital P Millie! Gorgeous! C'mon Vicki, sneak in there! A-M xx

  8. It is perfection, REALLY want to see inside!!!
    I would love to have those shutters!
    Keep trying to get in :)

  9. Ooh what a beautiful place.
    Those shutters are gorgeous.
    I must be having a shutter thing lately!


  10. Heavenly beauty! Nothing much to say. Jst a big P, indeed...

    Hope Vicki can jst peek so, we can peek from yours too.

    Welcome back!

  11. Wow that is beautiful!
    The landscaping is so lush, I don't know if I've ever seen a richer green!


And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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