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The history of this property, formerly located Rue de la Grande Taupe, can be traced back to a rich and important family of French treasurers.
It is the birth home of the Count Pierre-Denis Peyronnet, a famous Bordeaux notable who was minister for Louis XVIII and Charles X. The property was sequestrated by the authorities during the French Revolution. But on the return of the kings, it becames a fashionable and well frequented address where the political elite brushed shoulders with the nobility, such as Baron Haussmann, the future architect of Paris.
After the fall of Charles X, Count Pierre-Denis Peyronnet returned to Bordeaux and gave up definitively his ministry. Instead, he devoted himself to his lifelong passion: poetry.
Then, Peyronnet household became the rendezvous for high society and some of the great names of French literature, such as Victor Hugo and Alphonse de Lamartine.
This former private mansion is now one of the finest examples of Bordeaux's heritage. The neo-Renaissance facade, its paved courtyard and sumptuous stone vestibule, barely modified over the decades, allow the building to retain its poise and harmony with its past.
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