- 220 m2
- 8 rooms
- 6 bedrooms
A middle-class home in a village atmosphere in the midst of a historic district 2 km from Paris.
This 3-storey building is built on the edge of the town's main square. A peaceful area, it is surrounded by old houses and the attractive Saint-Hemeland's church, dating from the 12th century. For many years this residence was home to the local mayors and up until 1875 was the administrative town hall.
This house, built of Paris stone, spans three floors. Its majestic entrance features two columns, flanking double wooden gates. A small wooden courtyard decorates the front of the property, whilst a majestic horseshoe-shaped stone stairway leads up to a porch, topped with an elegant canopy. All the window frames and the shutters are made of wood, thus preserving the house's authenticity.
The ground floor comprises two rooms and a vestibule, providing access to a stairway dating from the time the house was first constructed. This wide, bright vestibule has stone floor tiles. It leads to a first room, with parquet flooring and ceiling moulding, illuminated by two windows. This room is currently in use as a consulting room but could easily be transformed into a large bedroom. A superb built-in bookshelf unit takes up the longest wall. The second room on the ground floor comprises two reception areas, overlooking the garden behind the house. A shower room and a toilet complete this level.
Upstairs, a triple reception room, facing south and west, constitutes a vast area, illuminated by five large windows. A separate kitchen, with terracotta floor tiles, overlooks the house's private garden. A 6 m² storeroom is ideal for storing miscellaneous products.
The second floor includes two bedrooms and a bathroom. The bright master bedroom is illuminated by three windows. Facing south-west, this spacious room is very quiet and adjoins a large dressing room.
The second bedroom, also facing south-west, is slightly smaller. The bathroom is fitted with an old-fashioned wash-hand basin as well as a bath.
Two large bedrooms have been laid out in the attic space. Both areas harmoniously feature large, old oak wood beams. Large skylights set in the sloping roof let in copious amounts of light.
The cellar is the oldest part of the house. A vaulted area, it features floor-to-ceiling exposed stone. This semi-underground level is both vast and sound. A machine room houses a boiler and a laundry room area. Another section is given over to the laying down of wine.
reference : 468838 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 17402615