houses for sale garches - saint-cloud golf club in france

A 477 m² property, nestling in a 2,000 m² verdant setting,
at the entrance to Saint-Cloud Golf Club in Garches
Garches, HAUTS-DE-SEINE paris 92380 FR


Garches, in the French department of Hauts-de-Seine, 5 km from the old city gates known as Porte-d’Auteuil, is surrounded by Saint-Cloud Park, Marnes wood and Saint-Cucufa national forest.
The main access is at the entrance to Saint-Cloud Golf Club, the third oldest in the Ile-de-France region. The first 18-hole Green Course was created in 1913, followed by a second Yellow Course constructed between 1924 and 1930. The clubhouse was built in 1923 in accordance with plans drawn up by French architect Louis-Süe. On the outskirts of Saint-Cloud, it is very easy to reach Paris via train line L which goes to La-Défense and Saint-Lazare. Secondary schools and sixth form colleges are nearby. Alexandre-Dumas in Saint-Cloud is a state school whilst Daniélou and Passy-Buzenval are private schools. The American School of Paris and the International German School are just a stone’s throw away.


This family property is in the much sought-after section around Saint-Cloud Golf Club. Spanning a total surface area of 477 m², it nestles in the midst of an 1,800 m² wooded garden which is unoverlooked and steeped in tranquillity. Just a stone’s throw from Saint-Cloud, the town centre is a 10-minute walk, the station takes 15 minutes. A vast entrance hall provides access to two reception rooms, spanning a total of 110 m² with 4 m high ceilings, and to a fitted kitchen, with an eating area as well as a terrace and direct access to the garden. This property comprises five bedrooms, with the possibility of creating at least two more, three bathrooms and three separate toilets. The garden level includes a 35 m² converted studio flat, with a kitchen area and a shower room. A games room, cellars, a workshop, a laundry room and a boiler room complete this floor. Each level features a wooden terrace and the roof is laid out as a wooded terrace.

The house

The inspiration provided by Florentine-style houses is reflected in the colour of the residence’s brick facades, half-way between ochre and red. This very special, warm colour sparkles in the sun, issuing an invitation to travel.
Its multiple French windows, its wooden terraces all around the garden and its roof terrace all face verdant surroundings. Everything has been designed for a sort of immersion in nature. Its harmonious, green-painted shutters give the house a holiday air.

Ground floor
Brightly tiled with very light-beige Burgundy stone, the 27 m², through entrance hall is majestic. On one side, a 20 m² kitchen has French windows opening on to a wooden terrace, where meals can be taken in clement weather. It is fully fitted, with a central unit very useful for cooking.
Opposite is a first, large, 47 m², through lounge, with a 4 m high ceiling. Two impressive light-coloured oak wood bookshelf units are symmetrically laid out. In the centre, a white marble fireplace takes pride of place with a trumeau mirror, framed with oak wood, matching that of the bookshelves. Light-coloured oak wood parquet flooring is laid in a herringbone pattern.
A second, 37 m² reception room is equally as impressive and opens via two French windows on to the garden. The panelled walls and the ochre-brick fireplace exude a somewhat “British” air. This floor also has light-coloured oak wood parquet flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern. A study or a bedroom, a guest toilet and a wash-hand basin complete this level.

First floor
A first, 27 m², master bedroom, illuminated via three French windows, opens on to a balcony. It is followed by a 17 m² dressing room with a vanity unit and two wash-hand basins.
A second bedroom includes a built-in dressing room unit. Its windows overlook the garden. The third bedroom has its own bathroom.
A separate, extremely contemporary bathroom features light-coloured, mosaic zellige tiles. All the rooms on this level have light-coloured oak wood parquet flooring, laid either in herringbone or strip patterns. Numerous cupboards line the walls of the corridors. All the windows open on to balconies running alongside the floor. A door enables this level to communicate with a first terrace.

Second floor
This level comprises a 28 m², rectangular bedroom. Three windows illuminate this room, decorated in light, restful tones. A very sober bathroom adjoins the bedroom.
A narrow stairway leads to another wooden terrace, laid out with plants and furniture, on the roof. The view of Paris is stunning.

Garden level
An independent, 35 m² studio flat, with windows overlooking the garden, has been converted and fitted with a kitchen area as well as a shower room, with a toilet. Another 33 m², rectangular room is completely lined with panelling. Opening on to the garden, it is used as a projection or games room. Hall areas, a laundry room, a boiler room and cellars complete this garden level.
The garden
Spanning a surface area of 1,800 m², this totally unoverlooked garden guarantees complete privacy and tranquillity. Its trees provide welcome shade during the summer months. The grounds are large enough to be able to accommodate a swimming pool.

Our opinion

This house, exuding a certain opulence, has a style resembling that of a Florentine villa. With its warm colour as well as its hanging balconies and terraces, it has also been inspired by seaside architecture. The effects of partial symmetries, in a property that surpasses them, are a complete success. Curved and straight lines exist quite happily side by side. To the design of its rooms, its size and its luminosity, this residence adds a somewhat airy feeling, that is not only obviously on the roof terrace but also in all the rooms and the parklands. A majestic building, it appears to be keeping a distant eye on Paris.

3 250 000 €
Honoraires à la charge du vendeur


Reference 622921

Number of rooms 12
Number of bedrooms 5
Possible number of bedrooms 6
Land registry surface area 1937 m2
Reception area130 m2
Ceiling height4
Living space477 m2
Surface Garden1800 m2
Surface Cellar19 m2

Aucune procédure en cours menée sur le fondement des articles 29-1 A et 29-1 de la loi n°65-557 du 10 juillet 1965 et de l’article L.615-6 du CCH

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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.

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