Luxury Villas Park Vexin
Located just 40 minutes from the French capital's magnificent boulevard, the Champs-Élysées, Château de Villette in the Vexin Regional Natural Park (Département Val-d'Oise/Region Ile-de-France) was added by the government in 1942 to the list of "Monuments historique", historically significant buildings. The architect of Château de Villette was François Mansart, an ancestor of Jules Hardouin-Mansart, court architect to "Sun King" Louis XIV. In addition to his work as construction supervisor of Versailles Palace and the Grand Trianon pleasure palace located in Versailles Park, Hardouin-Mansart completed the work on Château de Villette.
Nestled in a 75-hectare forest park with a spectacular garden, Château de Villette embodies the form of elegance and luxury, that certain something that is generally described as an expression of the French way of life, as "L'art de vivre". The baroque garden, laid out strictly geometrically from a central axis, was designed by André Le Nôtre.