This gorgeous villa was erected between 1934 and 1938 by architect Charles Siclis, famous for his works on countless Parisian theatres, including the Pigalle Theatre considered as his masterpiece. « It’s a quiet and original property, says Mercure Bordeaux agency. Its numerous openings bring maximum light. » Located near a small town in the south of the Gironde region, the two-story house features vintage elements such as brass banisters, a mirror over the fireplace, furnitures and a custom-built library. The ground floor boasts a big living room with a 6-m wide clearance, a patio with a bay window, a dining room with garden view, a kitchen and two studies. The first level houses a mezzanine and four bedrooms including the Master bedroom with private access to the terrace. Two additional bedrooms and a 207 sq m attic are located upstairs. Outside, the 5.5 ha park features a pine tree forest and various outbuildings including a listed keeper’s house, two huts and a barn.
Summary Where : Gironde - Living space : 450 m2 - Period : 1938 - Price : 1 277 000 € - Estate agent : Agence Mercure Bordeaux - 10, cours de Verdun, 33000 Bordeaux - Tél. : 05 56 52 00 78 - bordeaux.agencemercure.fr/immobilier