Over the past seven years, the real estate developers have created what seemed to be highly improbable to achieve in Bucharest today.

They took up the challenge to create a luxurious place in subtle harmony with man and nature, showing the proper degree of respect to local historic and cultural heritage.

The result is a haven of peace and tranquillity, breathing clean air in total quiet, yet still in reach of downtown Bucharest, situated directly on the shore of Lake Mogosoaia with it’s own floating platform for private boats and a breathtaking view over the Bibescu Palace’s park. The place combines traditional values of harmonious building with modern comfort and amenities.

The owners have never been in haste while building. This house became their passion and they spared no effort to source the best and most noble materials, even if this meant delaying the construction process.

They painstakingly supervised every step of the building process themselves and often hired the best craftsmen from far away in the country (i.e. wood-joiners, plasterers and monastery fresco painters from Maramures, carpenters from Bucovina, reed craftsmen for the roof from the Danube Delta).

The charm of this place is disarming. It is love at the first sight. And at the second, and the third. Imagine coming home from work in the evening and getting in your boat to fish some zander-fish or just enjoying watching the multitude of birds evolving around the house and lake. Or even just listening to them. They seem to be in a constant singing contest.

A small swimming pool is overseeing the lake, and a sauna is in the house. The spacious garden has a large decking opening on a well kempt lawn.

The house itself is not only harmonious, but also impressive by its unique personality due to the high roofs and tower covered with reed and the traditional texture of its rendered walls.

This house is a most special address in Bucharest.