Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 0.76 ha
This beautiful and elegant 'Louis Philippe' style property has been built within a Benedictine Abbey destroyed during the French Revolution. Located in quiet surroundings on the top of a village, there are local shops and amenities nearby. Paris is only 55kms and Versailles is also within easy reach via road or train.
The house is very bright and elegant. It was well restored in the 2000's using high quality materials which work in harmony with the original features such as parquet flooring and terracotta tiles making it both modern and classic. The large walled park that surronds the house is an oasis of calm. It is planted with many different types of trees and flowers with paths and a pond which is linked up to the hydraulic system from the Abbey.
House incorporates 320sqm of habitable space composed of:
Ground floor: an entrance hall, a small entrance opening to a large staircase with wrought iron banister, a 50sqm living room opening
onto a 21sqm dining room, a fitted kitchen, shower room, w.c and a laundry room.
First floor: a landing serving a study space, 3 bedrooms, 2 dressing rooms, a bathroom, a shower room, 2 w.c and a beautiful loggia facing the park.
Second floor: room of about 50sqm with a fireplace, a smaller room, a bathroom and w.c.
Cellar: under a part of the house there is a boiler room and a wine cellar.
A guest house of about 110sqm restored in the 2000’s which is composed of:
Ground floor: a living room of about 30sqm, a kitchen and its ancient bread oven, a fireplace, a small bedroom, a bathroom and w.c.
First floor: a large room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and w.c.
Veissmann gas boiler.
Two-car garage, two-car pergola and a garden shed.
Grounds; 7600sqm walled park with beautiful flowers, mature trees, paths and pond.