This cul-de-sac lined with Anglo-Saxon houses and small brick buildings embodies the charm and originality of Montmartre, between town and country. Ivy in front and flowering gardens add bucolic to picturesque. At the option of your walks in the neighbourhood, come and stroll there, out of curiosity and taste of the unusual. Built in 1926, the “Villa” was originally inhabited by artists, theatre people and cabarets of the Butte. Since 1936, it has been the name of a Montmartre painter-caricaturist whose studio was located rue Caulaincourt.