EXCLUSIVE SALE- Croix, 10 minutes from Lille-France, last masterpiece of a world famous architect, located in a 1,7 acre park. Originally commissioned by a north of France entrepreneur , the 4300 sqft house was built in 1968 on two levels. Since then, only two owners have succeeded and none has undergone major structural transformation. The house is still shown as it was originally designed. In 2000, it was classified to the French Historical Monuments List. At the back, the facade projects its reflection in a mirror of water which by its dimensions prefigures the very current pools of swimming. A large entrance opens on the living room. Bays discover the garden. A minimalist fireplace communicates with the living room and office. This one has its own clearance to the entrance. The domain of the masters of house is contiguous, and includes a dressing room, a big bathroom, toilets, and a big room with double exposure. As from the living room, it enjoys a magnificent view of the park and the majestic trees. West side, dining area with large bay windows, communicating with the kitchen. Always on the ground floor, a space formerly dedicated to the house staff includes a bedroom and its bathroom, with its own independent access. To reach the floor, a splendid staircase pure. Large clearances and landings distribute, on the left, a large room enjoying a bathroom and separate toilet. The trees are reflected in a second mirror of water, in the continuity of the terrace. An adjoining television area makes it possible to imagine that the occupants of this space can live independently. On the other side of the landing, on the right, are three additional bedrooms with wide views - one with a third water mirror. Bathroom and toilet on the landing. A water point in a room. Important basement, including an air-conditioned wine cellar. Three car garage. The view over the garden gives an idea of its grandiose size. In the house, transparency is a watchword here. The plan of the house is of exceptional relevance for a building celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Even if a renovation of the decoration is to be expected, the whole building is in a good state of conservation. The sale of this type of property remains exceptional. A true collector's home.