We love this place. Visit every year. It's such a shame that it is closed to the general public at the moment, it was a brilliant singer sewing machine museum and the building itself was based on the Palace of Versailles. It was built by Paris Singer for the founder of modern dance Isadora Duncan with whom he was romantically involved. I hope when it is turned into a hotel that the wonderful marble staircase is retained. It was used in the film 'Isadora' based on her life story, and I can still picture Vanessa Redgrave dancing (floating) down it, so beautifully. Well worth a visit.
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