– 51 rue du Temple, PARIS 3ème –
This street, which is one of the oldest in PARIS, derives its name from the military and religious order of the Knights Templar. As far as is known, the earliest deed relating to this house with its elegant façade, is dated 25 July 1665. It is a Contract of Exchange between Charles Rigaut, Baron of Veuilly, King’s Counsellor, and Pierre Symonet, one of the bourgeoisie of Paris. Around 1690, the residence had a famous proprietor in the person of Nicolas De Larguillière (1656-1746), a great painter during the reigns of Louis XIV, the Regency and Louis XV.
Marketing ended in September 2010.