- 217.2 m2
- 9 rooms
- 5 bedrooms
RARISSIME - In a very quiet, green environment, protected from view, this house of 220 m² dated early twentieth century was designed by the architect Hector Guimard, major representative of Art Nouveau in France, creator of the famous surroundings of stations subway. This house has the absolute charm of buildings built during the period known as Belle Epoque and takes the main codes (curves, stained glass with floral motifs, ..) sometimes in the smallest details (door handles, ..).
Are available on the ground floor: an entrance, a living-dining room with glass doors that open the living space to the outside, a kitchen, an office or pleasure room, a laundry-boiler room . Upstairs, three bedrooms with a breathtaking view of the Isle Adam valley in Méry-sur-Oise, a shower room and an artist's studio with a door allows access to a terrace and a large balcony running about 100 m² facing south. On the upper level, a bedroom and in the attic perfectly converted into a playroom (or bedroom 5), a shower room.
Outside, on a ground of 2 280 m ², a shelter of garden nestles in the greenery and two boxed garages of which one with electric gate are added to numerous parking spaces available.
Downtown and administration: 3 minutes (car) 15 minutes (on foot)
Transport: Auvers-sur-Oise Chaponval station (line H to Gare du Nord): 1 mn (car), 8 mn (on foot). Auvers-sur-Oise station downtown (line H to Gare du Nord): 5 minutes (car), 25 minutes (on foot). Paris Porte de Clichy: 35 minutes (car); Roissy CDG: 40 minutes (car).
Contact Barnes Val d'Oise: Jean-Claude Godot - T : + 33 (0) 6 62 88 90 02 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
reference : 3278386 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25189369
- EPC : D (211)
- GHG : E (49)