- 363 m2
- 10 rooms
- 5 bedrooms
- land 6.5 ha
A manor house, built in almost 7 hectares of parklands with a lake, 15 minutes from Cergy-Pontoise, in the French Vexin Regional Nature Park.
The town is in the French department of Val-d'Oise, where its border meets that of Yvelines, and within the French Vexin Regional Nature Park, 15 km from Cergy-Pontoise. Predominantly rural, the area is watered by the Aubette, a small river, tributary of the river Seine on its right bank.
The housing is grouped in the market town, laid out along the river, as well as in the hamlet of Villette, a little further to the south, home to a famous chateau.
This manor house is within easy reach of the A15 motorway and is just 45 minutes from Paris.
Standing in close to 7 hectares of parklands, this manor house is accessed via a large drive off the road. It is bordered by a caretaker's cottage and a large outbuilding, in use as a garage. Going around the building, it is possible to see vast parklands, with a swimming pool, a tennis court, an orchard and a wood surrounding a lake.
The main buildingThis manor house dates from the early 17th century. It is built over two levels, under a converted attic floor. The stone facade is rendered. The roof, covered with small, flat tiles, has been completely redone.
The ground floor can be entered via a multitude of doors and French windows, some of which are arched. An eye-catching entrance door in the centre of the facade is highly original. Composed of coffered oak wood, it has a dragon-shaped doorknocker. Guests enter a vast hall with a view over the parklands, extending behind the property.
Said entrance hall provides access to a
reference : 447371 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25129005
- EPC : D (151)
- GHG : E (44)