- 583 m2
- 10 rooms
- 6 bedrooms
A 400 m², middle-class house and its large garden, facing the elegant Sceaux Park in the Lakanal district.
This 475 m² house, built in the 1970’s, stands in the midst of its lush garden.
It spans three levels on a 980 m² plot of land that includes a parking area able to accommodate three cars.
The ground floor comprises a vast living room, a kitchen, a dining room, a conservatory as well as two bedrooms.
The first floor is given solely over to bedrooms, bathrooms and studies.
The basement houses a games room, machine rooms, another two bedrooms as well as a dance hall, complete with its private bar, a sauna and a surprising SNCF train carriage with its period berths.
The bright and spacious rooms include numerous first-class decorative features such as beams, atrium windows and roofs, a marble fireplace, tapestries and panelling.
The houseThis 2-storey house stands at the end of a garden dotted with shrubs and conifers. The numerous openings in its extremely sober facade are a promise of very bright rooms. They are enhanced with duck blue slatted shutters and an impressive set of double entrance doors. A terrace fitted with an awning behind the house is the ideal place to install a wide table for several guests.
Once inside the wide entrance doors, a few steps lead to a large entrance hall, lined with marble. This room is adorned with two carved wooden lions and an elegant tapestry featuring Japanese motifs. A living room is illuminated via numerous south-west facing windows that almost touch one another. They provide a distant view of Sceaux Park, gem of André-Le-Nôtre. The walls in this room are lined with several wooden bookshelf units, all built-in. The lounge also includes a marble fireplace with columns. Facing east, a widely open dining room is decorated with tapestries. These rooms, with warm coloured carpets on their floors, precede a conservatory featuring an atrium roof. A kitchen, facing the dining room, features decoration typical of the 1970’s and a round, central unit. A door in the kitchen provides access to a wide wooden terrace, protected by an awning. At the end of the corridor are two bedrooms and a bathroom. All the openings are fitted with double glazing and remote-controlled shutters.
The first floor is given over to bedrooms. A landing at the top of the oak wood stairway provides access to the various rooms. Wide and bright, their ceilings are dotted with exposed beams. Some rooms are also illuminated via skylights. The main bathroom of the parental bedroom is of a respectable size and includes an immense curved marble bath. A 20 m², west-facing study, a dormitory, a shower room and a laundry room complete the rest of this level.
The basement includes a bedroom with a bathroom, ideal for accommodating domestic staff, machine rooms (oil-fired boiler room, laundry room, wine cellar and storage areas) as well as relaxation and leisure areas. A first room has been transformed into a dance hall with a dance floor and a separate bar. The second, with its carpet and its panelling, is a billiard room and, lastly, a sauna. Facing the dance hall, a surprising sleeping car, with berths. The covered car parking area can take three cars.
Advertiser reference : 166439 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 29874765
- EPC : C (101)
- GHG : D (30)
Price details of this house:
Price excluding agency fees: 2,800,000 €