In a secluded location close to Avenue Foch, in the peace and quiet of a discreet and secure square, an elegant 19th century mansion measuring 691 sqm (7438 square feet) with a building permit cleared of claims for 1253 sqm (13487 square feet), where Marcel Pagnol once lived. It is a real family and reception residence opening onto a lovely garden. Separated from the square by a private entrance garden, it included: on the ground floor, a large living room, dining room, small living room, pantry, toilet; on the first floor: three bedrooms, two bathrooms and toilet; on the second floor: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, toilets; on the third floor (mansard ceilings): two bedrooms, bathroom, linen room, storage room, attic for conversion; in the basement: cellars, kitchen, laundry room. This beautiful, sunny and quiet house was probably the place where Marcel Pagnol wrote his famous autobiographical novel 'My Father's Glory' (1957). To renovate.