- 245 m2
- 9 rooms
- 4 bedrooms
This charming house built in the mid-nineteenth century (1850) was originally incorporated in a large private estate in which was then built the Castle of the Duke of Dino. Perfectly renovated, it offers in a living space of 245 m², whose a veranda of 20 m², a very pleasant living environment and high quality features characteristics of buildings built under the Second Empire: parquet Point Hungary, fireplaces, banister, ..
It consists of a double door (entrance hall) which opens onto an entrance and distributes on the ground floor a double living room, a dining room housed under the veranda with access to a terrace of about 35 m² exposed Southwest, a fully equipped American kitchen extended by a laundry / laundry room.
Upstairs, accessible by two stairs, a bedroom suite with bathroom and shower, a library (or bedroom), a shower room and a dressing room. On the upper level, two bedrooms and a bathroom. In the artfully landscaped attic, a guest room is available.
On a garden of 3000 m², a habitable dependence or reception area, a double garden shed, storage shed and a garage for two vehicles and several parking spaces complete the set.
Downtown and administration: 2 minutes (car), 13 minutes (on foot)
Transport: Enghien-les-Bains station (line H to Gare du Nord in 10 minutes): 5 minutes (car) + bus. Paris Porte de Clichy: 25 minutes (car); Roissy CDG: 35 mn (car)
Contact Barnes: Jean-Claude Godot - T: + 33 (0) 6 62 88 90 02 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
reference : 3117847 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 23165657