Neo-Romanian rural mansion

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In all my travels, I have never had the privilege of discovering a more charming place than this small mansion near Bucharest, hidden somewhere under the hills of Buzau, on the old road to the Black Sea.

With a history stretching back to 1928 and well-preserved neo-Romanian architecture, this house with high ceilings, massive walls and a generous courtyard is one of the oldest properties in the village. During the communist period, it was converted into a post office building, losing its residential charm. After being retroceded, the mansion regained its residential status and was purchased by an passionate collector of art and antiques. He carefully maintained the house, using it as a summer home and preserving every original element found inside.

Foto & text: Alex Iacob

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