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In the 18th century, this meander of the river Marne was bordered by the La-Varenne meadows and dotted with a few hamlets and farms, housing the flock of a parish church, built around 1000 and dedicated to Saint-Hilaire, hence the contemporary name of La-Varenne-Saint-Hilaire. Today, it is one of the most upmarket districts in east Paris and this property stands in its most highly sought-after sector, the golden triangle.
The surroundings are composed solely of large houses nestling in lush verdant settings which follow the meander of the river Marne. Several restaurants have been set up along the waterside and, in clement weather, this section of the river is ideal for rowing or for boat outings. The nearby La-Varenne market has an excellent reputation.
The district is crossed by RER train line A (a station is some 500 m away) and by several bus routes. The A4 motorway can be reached in 10 minutes and provides access, in 20 minutes, to Porte-de-Bercy or, in 25 minutes, to Porte-Dorée via Bois-de-Vincennes.
This area has some very good state and private schools..
This house spans two levels: a raised ground floor, spanning approx. 152 m², with a conservatory as well as a terrace, and a 130 m² first floor, with a covered terrace. The house stands over a semi-underground 180 m² basement. This villa was built in 2008, taking successful inspiration from the Italian Palladian and neo-classical style. A rectangular building, it is constructed over a basement level. The facade, facing the river Marne, is adorned on the ground floor with mouldings and features French windows, topped with small-paned, fan-shaped tympanums and flowery string courses. The first floor includes a covered terrace, supported by double columns, with capitals, and enclosed by balusters. A thick cornice supports the gently sloping slate roof. The garden side of the ground floor features similar moulding and French windows. The upstairs is adorned with panels between the openings and each end is flanked with columns bearing capitals. The villa is topped with a pediment. A conservatory runs the full width of the ground floor facade. Its sides and roof can be opened in clement weather.
This stately residence, dominating the Marne, is concealed behind high walls. A combination of styles, a little Italianate and a little Georgian, it also brings to mind the orangeries of those large 18th century chateaux. The result exudes a great deal of distinction and character. So it is possible for soul and charm to take up residence in a recent construction. The delightful flower-filled garden is particularly well designed. The layout of these premises is such that the number of bedrooms could be increased. It is, furthermore, difficult to tire of the continually changing view of the river through the foliage.
2 850 000 €
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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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Prix de vente au-delà de 600 000 euros 5% TTC*
Prix de vente de 400 000 à 600 000 euros 6% TTC*
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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