In the French department of Val-de-Marne, south-east of Paris, by the riverside.
The municipality has all shops, amenities, leisure activities and schools.
Buses and RER train station.
A 25 km au Sud de Bordeaux, de la Gare St Jean et de l 'aéroport. Dans une petite commune d'environ 2000 habitants, qui fait partie de la communauté des communes de Montesquieu, en bordure de la Garonne.Lieu chargé d'histoire depuis l'époque Romaine, région viticole, où de nombreux châteaux produisent un vin prestigieux et réputé : le vin de Graves.
La Chartreuse est accessible depuis la place d'une Eglise datant du 12ème S.
Proximité des commerces, écoles, également d'un d'ancien port.
A contemporary house 10 km from Paris, in the French department of Val-de-Marne. A quiet, residential district on the banks of the river Marne.
All shops, a shopping centre, amenities, leisure activities and schools in the town.
Public transport in the town: RATP – RER rail services
Equidistant from Bordeaux and Toulouse – on the Lot and Garonne and Gers borders – plus Albret and Armagnac. Near two sub-prefectures: Nérac and Condom, both famous historical tourist destinations. Agen, in Lot et Garonne Prefecture is only forty minutes away (airport with flights to Paris-Orly three times a day; future TGV high speed train station).The region has been successfully preserved from mass tourism and has kept its authentic feel. Albret, Gascogny, Armagnac, names synonymous with an unrivalled quality of life. In the 14th century Condom was a major staging post on the road to Compostella. Moreover, it was the pilgrims who spread the gospel about this magic potion which “heated the body, healed wounds, and sublimated their faith”: Armagnac. An attractive area with so much to offer, ideal for year-round living or holidays.
In Ville d'Avray, a commune in the French department of Hauts-de-Seine, 10 km to the west of Paris, the property located in the town centre is near to Saint-Cloud Park which provides its visitors with 460 ha of gardens and forests, to the National Fausses Reposes Forest, spanning a total surface area of 616 ha, and to the Ville d'Avray lakes, immortalised by Camille Corot, precursor of the Impressionists.
There are shops and schools as well as sports and cultural facilities nearby.
A French SNCF train station, less than a 10 minute walk away, has links to Paris/La-Défense in 10 minutes and Paris/Gare-Saint-Lazare in 20 minutes.
Marnes-la-Coquette, Sèvres and Garches are less than 2 km from the property.