Located between the rue du Bac and rue de Grenelle, a 19th century family house of 160 m2 and its two terraces.
This two-storey 19th century family house stands at the back of a private paved courtyard. On the ground floor, a wood and wrought-iron entrance door opens in to a large 60 m2 room, comprising a living room and open-plan kitchen with two skylights that let plenty of light in.
At the back of the room, a glass-roofed atrium has been converted into a small 19 m2 lounge. Further along, there is the first bathroom and toilet. In front of the kitchen counter, a staircase leads down to the basement divided into a wine cellar and a beautiful vaulted room with exposed stone walls. Another staircase leads to the first floor and three bedrooms, a bathroom and toilet, laundry room and a 14 m2 landscaped terrace. The staircase then leads up to the second floor and the master bedroom, large terrace, shower room and toilet. The second bedroom on this floor is smaller and could be converted into a walk-in wardrobe or study, depending on the future owners.
A 80 m2 room occupies almost the whole of the ground floor; there is straight-parquet flooring throughout. The fitted kitchen is the first living area one walks into and is marked by a wooden counter with zinc worktop. The kitchen area is particularly luminous thanks to the bay window overlooking the courtyard and the two skylights recently added. Then follow the dining room and library area whose walls are of exposed dressed stone. They are the best guarantee against temperature changes, from the first winter chills to the summer warmth. At the other end of the room there is a small lounge, and behind it, bathroom number one. Then comes the third and last area of this room, almost like a theatre prop, a glass-roofed atrium. The room has unobstructed views and is constantly bathed in light.
Opposite the entrance door, a staircase leads to the upper floors. The first floor comprises three bedrooms. The first, on the courtyard side, features three roof dormers one of which has been converted into French windows opening on to a 14 m2 decked terrace. The two other bedrooms, as well as the bathroom overlook the atrium thanks to the transomed windows fitted with shutters. The laundry completes this floor.
This last floor, laid out as a master suite, opens on to the larger of the two terraces. It has been designed to maintain a measure of independence with its shower room, toilet and additional smaller room that could be made into a walk-in wardrobe, study or library.
This level comprises a very spacious room with exposed stone work as well as a wine cellar. Its vaulted shape makes it ideal for a home cinema, or billiard room.
Le Figaro Properties reference : 26363507
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