a large luxurious house in 1.3 hectares of parkland
In a privileged rural setting, the village situated in the Yvelines department adjoins the Rambouillet National Forest. Crossing the hamlet, one can enjoy the ambience of the forest every step of the way; a real treat for hikers and riders in search of diverse and rugged landscapes.
Trains from Rambouillet and Epernon stations, respectively fifteen and five km away, links it to Paris in thirty and forty minutes.
The property spans 1.3 ha, is situated in the centre of the hamlet close to a small listed church.
The building spans two storeys under the attic with a slate roof featuring six roof dormers. A garden-level extension built on to the side of the main building features a gravelled roof-terrace surrounded by balusters.
Inside, 330 m2 of spacious and luminous living space is divided into ten main rooms, five of which are bedrooms and a reception room of 44 m2. From the vast terrace running along the rear facade, the pleasantly wooded parkland stretches as far as the neighbouring farmland. On one side of the estate, a meadow divided into two plots of land, is building land.
Protected by stone walls and quickset hedges, this immaculate house impresses with its sober, elegant style. The symmetrically laid-out facades feature slatted shutters and the grey slate roof contrasts with the whiteness of the house, enhancing the volume effect.
On sunny days an impressive chestnut tree is seen as caretaker of the premises and provides delicate shade for the front facade.
The entrance leads in to a lounge, a room, currently used as a study, and hall area with a toilet. The 44 m2 lounge is illuminated by six double French windows. Marble fireplace. The dining room located in the middle of the building opens in to a study, lounge and vast kitchen. Oak parquet flooring in the study and dining room. The extremely luminous kitchen is fitted with a Lacanche cooking range and features a white and black diamond inlay tile floor. The cellar is accessed directly from the kitchen. An extension attached to the main section of the house includes a laundry and boiler room, both of which may be accessed from outside.
Accessed from the lounge and via a painted wood staircase. Extremely luminous, this floor comprises three large bedrooms and two large naturally-lit wardrobes. Each bedroom has its own bath or shower room. One of the shower rooms is fitted with a sauna and hammam. The largest bedroom opens out on to a 30 m2 gravelled terrace. There are oak parquet floors throughout on this floor. The doors are old and made of wood.
The ceilings are slightly sloping. A beautiful roofing framework extends over a large 35 m2 room, illuminated by four dormer windows. Two additional rooms share a bathroom and a wardrobe. There are oak parquet floors throughout on this floor too.
A little way away, separated from the house by a hedge, an outbuilding currently used as a garage, part of which has been transformed into three rooms.
The harmonious integration of the property and its garden, characterised by its simplicity, in the surrounding natural environment is inexpressibly reassuring.
The peace and quiet felt here on this property is a quality in itself.
The presence of building land in the neighbouring meadow is an additional advantage. And its location near to shops and amenities in the towns of Epernon and Rambouillet particularly valuable.
1 595 000 € Negotiation fees included
1 504 717 € Fees excluded
6% TTC at the expense of the purchaser
|Land registry surface area||12556 m2|
|Main building surface area||330 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||65 m2|
|Number of bedrooms||5|
Marie-Lyne Mary +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.