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This property appears to have taken shape in the 17th and 18th centuries. The first houses were shown on the Bourgant and Matis maps in 1714, then on that of Cassini in 1736. It was owned by Cardinal-de-Rohan, on the death of Louis XIV, followed by Maréchal-de-Rohan-Soubise, or Prince-de-Soubise, a personal friend and confidant of Louis XV. His successor, M. de-Lambesc, went through the French Revolution at the head of his regiment, the Royal-Allemand, known for its brutality. Having immigrated to Germany, M. de-Lambesc lost his estate which was sold in 1795. A few Parisian owners, who used the property as a country residence, succeeded one another throughout the 19th century. The house was lived in once more at the beginning of the 20th century and became a hotel-restaurant in 1926. Having belonged to several professionals after the Second World War, it was turned back into a house in 1962 and became steeped in the peace and quiet for which it is known today. This house stands in the Coeur-Volant district, facing Marly Park, which is part of the Versailles estate. Marly train station is a 15-minute walk. Marly secondary school and sixth form college are about 800 m away. State as well as private infant and junior schools are in Louveciennes. The SNCF train station has 30-minute links to Paris-Saint-Lazare which passes through La-Défense.
The large, luxurious home
Wrought iron gates protect this large, luxurious home, whose construction period, the early 18th century, is reflected in the sober architecture of a wide facade, containing 5 regular bays, flanked by two towers. The roof, entirely redone in keeping with its original format, is covered with flat tiles and features curved pediment roof dormers. The slatted wooden shutters are painted pale green.
This long residence appears set on the garden lawn that it looks out over from more than 20 windows and French windows. Its history dating from the “Ancien Régime” (old order), with the decisive episode relating to the emigration of its owner, already makes it appealing but its main attraction is one of a family home, once perhaps a few works have been carried out. The reception rooms are vast, the bedrooms numerous and its layout provides private areas for each member of the family without losing anything from the convivial areas. Everything confirms the first impression of distinguished elegance.
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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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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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