- 79 m2
- 4 rooms
- 3 bedrooms
An artist's studio rehabilitated into an original, 82 m² flat, in old farm buildings, in the Fourqueux district of Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
In Saint-Germain-en-Laye, just a stone's throw from Marly-le-Roi's 2,000 ha national forest, this flat is in the midst of the old Fourqueux district, with its Romanesque church. Near to the shops, less than a 10-minute bike ride or a 5-minute car journey from the International Lycée, just a few minutes' walk from Fourqueux's Golf and Country Club. 15 minutes' walk from Mareil-Marly or Saint-Germain-en-Laye-Bel-Air (Line L - Saint-Lazare in 50 minutes) train stations. A bus goes to Saint-Germain-en-Laye town centre and an RER line A train station. This link will be provided by a tramway in 2020.
Set in old farm buildings, constructed around an 855 m², communal, wooded courtyard, this flat, with its own entrance, spans 82.67 m² (64.50 m² when measured in accordance with the French Carrez law). A stairway leads upstairs to a large room, with a kitchen area, a lounge, with a fireplace, a bathroom, with a toilet, a storage room (or a small study) as well as two bedrooms. This bright, quiet flat has been completely renovated as new by an architect who has managed to enhance the old, oak wood roofing framework and the beauty of the original materials (terracotta floor tiles and parquet flooring). It has high ceilings, unusual shaped rooms, double glazing, indoor wooden shutters redone as new as well as a modern bookshelf unit and numerous built-in cupboards.
It is possible to park in the courtyard and to take advantage of the exterior communal areas.
There are no communal fees.
The flatThis flat is entered via a communal courtyard. A stairway leading upstairs has been completely redesigned by the architect who rehabilitated these premises. Solid wooden steps, creative lighting and a graphite wall set the tone, with a welcoming atmosphere, the enhancement of the old and a touch of modernity. The stairway railings which delimit the first room form a sombre, discreet wooden bookshelf unit, the exotic wood handrail of which reflects the warm hues of the parquet flooring. The rooms, featuring the exposed roofing framework, are enhanced by the copious amounts of light flooding in through the double aspect windows. A partition, featuring a rectangular opening, delimits a colourful, built-in kitchen. Two steps go to a corridor which leads, on one side, to a bathroom, with a toilet, as well as to a laundry area. On the other side is a storeroom which could become a study. The corridor opens into a lounge, the floor of which is covered with old terracotta tiles. The spectacular, old, oak wood roofing framework probably dates from the 18th century. It is enhanced by the soberness of its white walls as well as the light flooding in through its windows and its skylight. Wide, wrought beams blend with the plain lines of a wide, wooden fireplace. Alcoves hewn in the wall provide splashes of bright colour. A little step goes to two bedrooms, with old terracotta floor tiles. Solid wood, built-in cupboards reflect modern lines. Both bedrooms have an unobstructed view.
reference : 722120 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 22719081
- EPC : D (226)
- GHG : B (7)