In Sceaux, 10-minutes’ walk from a park of the same name,
a 330 m², English-style residence
Sceaux, HAUTS-DE-SEINE paris 92330 FR


Just 10 km from the French capital, Sceaux has everything from its church, to its pedestrian streets and its cycle paths to keep its provincial appearance. Green lung of the French department of Hauts-de-Seine, it is home to one of the Parisian region’s most beautiful parks. Sceaux Park was designed by André-Le-Nôtre at the request of Colbert. Minister for Louis XIV, he wanted to recreate a miniature Versailles here, with ornamental pools and French formal gardens, reminiscent of the royal estate. Amongst its schools, Sceaux has the prestigious Lakanal and Marie-Curie sixth form colleges as well as the Jean-Monnet law faculty. Right by the house, in the centre of town, a bus stop (route 128) makes it possible to reach Porte-d’Orléans in 20 minutes. A station on RER train line B is but 3-minutes’ walk away, providing 15-minute links to the French capital and 5-minute links to Orly airport.


This 330 m² house and its 1,700 m² garden, just a stone’s throw from the town-centre boutiques and shops, were designed by René-Loiseau. In the 1950’s, this native of Sceaux, together with many of his fellow architects, helped to change the face of the town by designing the character houses that are now the reason for the town’s fame. Traditional English houses provided the inspiration for this red brick and dressed stone residence which, with a steeply sloping roof, an impressive entrance porch, wide small-paned windows, geometric shapes and flat roof tiles, has all the characteristic features. This property has two entrances: large gates that provide vehicle access and a pedestrian gate, leading to the front door. This house stands like a gem in a verdant setting where apple trees, reeds and conifers are planted, creating a harmonious garden. The residence spans three levels. First of all, the ground floor which comprises several large reception rooms, a rustic kitchen and a shower room. The first floor is taken up by four bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite, as well as numerous storage areas. The 110 m² garden level is completely separate from the rest of the house. It includes a kitchen, a lounge and a bedroom as well as a wine cellar, a workshop and a boiler room.

The house

Ground floor
The front door opens into a vestibule, the mottled floor of which is laid with Italian terrazzo tiles, composed of marble chips with fragments of stone and glass, all set in concrete. This room has double wooden doors that provide access to a spacious lounge, filled with light from the east and west sides courtesy of its many small-paned windows. One of the latter opens on to a south-facing terrace, overlooking the garden. The living room features herringbone parquet flooring and a wide, rustic fireplace, with a stone mantel and a brick hearth. Opposite is a dining room able to seat between six and eight guests. The kitchen exudes a more countrified style, with terracotta floor tiles and exposed wooden beams. This level is completed by a small shower room with a toilet.
First floor
An outstanding, carved wooden stairway goes up to the first floor. The master bedroom, on the west side, has its own bathroom, with a shower and a bath. The cream-coloured tiles are typical of the 1950’s. Three other bedrooms overlook the garden. All are beautifully illuminated courtesy of their many, wide windows. A second bathroom, with a shower and twin wash-hand basins, has an unusual shape as it is laid out in the turret. The east side includes several storage and dressing room areas that could easily be transformed into an additional room.
Garden level
The 110 m² garden level has been designed as a self-contained unit, with its bathroom, its kitchen, its bedroom and its living room. It can be reached via a separate entrance from the garden or via stairs going down from the ground floor. This level also includes a wine cellar, a workshop, a storage area and a boiler room.

Our opinion

Visitors are immediately charmed by this property. At the end of the majestic drive, the facade's “so British” appearance is a treat for the eyes. The verdant, cosy setting enhances its singularity. In the town centre and just 20 minutes from the centre of Paris, this residence exudes an air of a country home. Ideal for lazing around in the summer, a book in hand, looking up old family recipes and listening to children stampeding across the parquet floors.

2 300 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 951898

Number of rooms 10
Number of bedrooms 6
Possible number of bedrooms 7
Reception area50 m2
Ceiling height2.90
Living space335 m2

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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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