Okay, not really. It is the recently renovated kitchen in the Monmartre home of Renoir during the 1880s which is no for sale for just shy of $10m. The listing comes from The Wall Street Journal which also features a townhouse in New York’s East Village owned by another artworld related-couple. She puts together a magazine for ArtBasel Miami Beach and he’s an investor in the only demonstrably successful art fund, Xiling LLC.
Château des Brouillards, the 3,000-square-foot, 18th-century stone house is in the northern neighborhood of Montmartre. Built in 1772 by a Parisian lawyer, it has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen decorated in the French country style and a dining room with ceilings more than 20 feet high. The property also has a large private garden with views of the Sacré Coeur. Local historians have said Renoir probably lived there in the late 1880s.
Longtime Parisian Home of Renoir Asks $9.9m (Wall Street Journal)