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London in Montmartre
As soon as you enter this Montmartre cul-de-sac located at 23ter Avenue Junot, you feel like you’re on the other side of the Channel. On the even-numbered side, you will find brick pavilions stuck to white houses, with bow windows, flower gardens and slate roofs in the purest Anglo-Norman style. Built from 1909 onwards by the architect Louis Vuldy, Villa Léandre is 70 metres long and barely 7 metres wide. A private road at the time of its creation, the lane was opened in 1926. Initially named Villa Junot, it took the name Léandre in 1936, in homage to Charles Léandre, an artist from Montmartre (1865-1934).
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