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House Fontainebleau
  • 360 m2
  • 15  rooms
  • 11  bedrooms
  • land 3 057 m2

A few kilometres from Fontainebleau, in an unspoilt hamlet on the edge of the forest, a stone house and its outbuilding in grounds of more than 3,000 m².
This property, set in the midst of the Gâtinais Regional Nature Park, is some 18 km from Fontainebleau and 5 km from Milly-la-Forêt, where a number of shops and restaurants are laid out around its 15th century covered market place. The A6 motorway to Paris is nearby.
This area is much appreciated by enthusiasts of rock-climbing, hiking and horse-riding.
This old farm building has been rehabilitated into a comfortable country home. It stands in front of the small, central square of a hamlet, attached to the neighbouring village. The main building is constructed in an L-shape, with its long side bordering the street. Remote-controlled, wooden gates, adjoining the second house, provide vehicle access. A second set of gates, also remote-controlled, open into a courtyard behind the house, used as a parking area. A woodshed and a well complete this property. The large garden is bordered by the forest.
The main residenceThis L-shaped house reflects the architecture indigenous to Gâtinais Nature Park. Its sandstone walls, featuring numerous south-facing openings, are topped with a flat tile roof. The floors are covered with flagstones, old hexagonal terracotta tiles or parquet flooring. Exposed ceiling beams have been painted white or left in their natural state. It spans approx. 360 m² of living space, spread out over two levels.
Ground floor
A main, very spacious entrance hall opens into a corridor which includes a built-in wardrobe. Straight on is a fully fitted, very modern kitchen, with granite work surfaces. It opens via a large picture window on to a wooden terrace laid out behind the house. On one side, is a large lounge, looking widely out over the garden. It features large flagstones and an impressive fireplace takes pride of place. A wooden stairway, enhanced with more modern metal railings, goes upstairs. On the other side is a second entrance hall, housing a stairway going up to the first floor, a laundry room, a toilet, a study, a bedroom and a shower room. A last door, opening into the section of the house overlooking the street, provides access to a room, a toilet, a bathroom and a bedroom with a fireplace.
First floor
A corridor, lined with numerous built-in cupboards and wardrobes, leads to a storage room, three bedrooms, a bathroom with a toilet, a shower room with a toilet and a suite comprising a bedroom, a dressing room and a shower room with a toilet. On the other side, the section overlooking the street includes two bedrooms, a toilet and a storage room.The second houseStanding at a distance from the main residence, this house spans approx. 85 m² of living space, spread out over two levels. The floors are covered with tiles or parquet flooring and the ceiling beams are exposed.
Ground floor
A lounge, with a fireplace, and a fitted kitchen.
First floor
A landing provides access to two bedrooms, a bathroom and a toilet.The gardenSet on the edge of the forest, the garden is partially enclosed by walls. A flight of steps in the middle of this garden lead down to large, vaulted, exposed stone wine cellar, vestige of a building no longer in existence. The garden extends to a wooded section where the first rocks, typical of the region, are to be found. It also includes a pond and a woodshed.

reference : 311133 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25612557


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Localisation : 77 Fontainebleau
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