- 450 m2
- 12 rooms
- 6 bedrooms
A 330 m² house dating from the Second Empire, its annex house and its 2,742 m² garden like a peninsula in the middle of a lake in Vésinet.
This property, constructed in 1867 on the edge of a lake, comprises a 330 m² main house and a 120 m² annex house. It stands on a plot of land spanning 2,742 m², planted with old trees such as cedar and shore pine. The main house, built over a basement, comprises a ground floor with a large entrance hall, a dining room with a veranda, a large lounge, a kitchen extended by a second veranda overlooking the garden as well as a 76 m² flat all on a level with the garden and comprising a dressing room, a bedroom, a study and a large bathroom. Upstairs are five bedrooms, a dressing room and two bathrooms. Immaculately kept both inside and out, this house is fitted with reversible air-conditioning. The annex house is currently composed of three flats, each spanning 40 m². The property also includes a large garage with a workshop, two covered car parking spaces as well as a wooden chalet fitted with a sauna.
The main houseThe main house was constructed in 1867 by architect Denis-Louis-Destors in accordance with the model of the gamekeepers' cottages in Bois-de-Boulogne. Recently extended, the house is listed on the General Cultural Heritage Inventory for the French department of Ile-de-France. Its wide wrought iron gates open into a paved courtyard that leads to the house's main entrance.
A few steps go up to a large glazed front door. It opens into an entrance hall providing access, right, to the stairway going upstairs, a guest toilet as well as a kitchen and its veranda. The kitchen has its own entrance via the paved courtyard. The veranda overlooks the garden, on the lake side. Facing the front door is a dining room, the floor surface area of which is extended by a second veranda looking out over the lake. A vast living room, on the right-hand side, provides numerous views of the lake and the garden. It is adorned with a veined marble fireplace and communicates with the dining room. The flat is accessed from the living room. It is set in a contemporary section of the house. The entrance hall leads, left, to a bedroom as well as a dressing room and, right, to a large study (or another bedroom). The bathroom, with a shower, a bath and a toilet, is reached from the bedroom or from the study. All the ground floor rooms have French windows that open on to the garden. The entrance hall, the two reception rooms as well as the main rooms in the flat have herringbone pattern parquet flooring whilst the kitchen features old floor tiles.
The landing leads, right, to a bedroom as well as a bathroom with a shower and a bath; straight on, to a separate toilet. On the left-hand side is another bedroom, with an adjoining dressing room and a balcony providing a panoramic view over the lake and the garden. A French window opens on to a roof terrace.
This level comprises three bedrooms with slightly sloping ceilings, one of which has a balcony. There is also a bathroom and toilet.
The old section includes the boiler room and a wine cellar; the modern section, spanning 62 m², is divided into two large rooms.The annex houseStanding on the left-hand side of the entrance gates in the paved courtyard, this building is constructed from brick and wood under a slate roof. Its ground floor houses a first flat composed of an entrance hall, a living room, a bedroom, a shower room, a laundry room and a storage area. It also has a large garage with a workshop and a covered parking area for two cars. Upstairs are two more flats. The first comprises a kitchen, a living room and a bathroom with a toilet; the other includes a kitchen, a ...
reference : 437233 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 14980761
- EPC : D (168)
- GHG : D (27)