in a private, secure road in Neuilly-sur-Seine facing the Bois-de-Boulogne
This property is in Neuilly, opposite the Bois-de-Boulogne, on a tree-lined avenue made especially beautiful by the mansion houses and elegant residences bordering it. The area includes several good schools. Les-Sablons underground station is 800 m away.
Its architectural inspiration is perfectly reflected in its Art Deco style facade which features semi-circular arched windows with wrought iron railings.
Double, glazed doors, also enhanced with wrought iron, open into the entrance hall. The floors can be reached either via a lift or via the stairway. The first floor is given over to reception rooms including a large lounge, a dining room and a kitchen. The two other floors house 5 bedrooms, a large study, three bathrooms and a shower room.
The top floor, also reached via the lift, is an 89 m² panoramic roof terrace which dominates the woods as far as the Louis-Vuitton Foundation.
On the ground floor is a little, 35 m² flat, with three rooms, which opens on to the 48 m² inner courtyard. Currently used as staff accommodation, it could easily be re-integrated into the main house.
The full basement, the garage and the possibility of parking two cars in the private road contribute to the comfort of these premises.
The mansion house
This mansion house spans a total floor surface area of 410 m² over four levels, three of which comprise living space whilst the top floor is laid out as a panoramic roof terrace. All the floors can be reached either via the stairway or via a lift.
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a garage and a small, 3-roomed, 35 m² flat, opening on to the inner courtyard. This property is fully protected by a surveillance and alarm system.
This level is given over to reception rooms. A large, west-facing lounge is steeped in light via its two large, double, semi-circular arched windows. It is enhanced by a marble fireplace. A dining room looks out over the quiet garden of the neighbouring property. It is adjoined by a fully fitted kitchen.
A hall area provides access, on one side, to a master suite, with a large bedroom, a bathroom and a dressing room. On the other side are two more bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
This level includes two additional bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, and a large study. In the centre of this floor, a Roger-Talon spiral stairway goes up to the roof terrace which can also be reached via the lift.
The full basement comprises a wine cellar, a boiler room, a large laundry room and numerous storage areas. A goods lift, going up to the garage, makes it possible to move large pieces of furniture down to the basement easily.
The facade can be analysed in accordance with Art Deco architectural codes: the arch of the openings is reduced between the first and second floors, disappearing almost completely on the third to introduce a rectangular shape. Contrarily, the slight overhanging of the railings is increased on the upper floor. In short, this mansion house is meticulously designed and is adorned with highly stylised flowery ironwork, sober waves and geometric motifs. The view from the roof terrace is quite simply the canopy of the Bois-de-Boulogne. Now, it is more than usual for such a building to have the most elaborate of home comforts but, here, they are enriched by the presence of a lift next to the stairway and that of a goods lift between the ground floor and the basement. Set in this private road away from all nuisances, it is perhaps difficult to find better.
|Number of rooms||12|
|Number of bedrooms||5|
|Possible number of bedrooms||7|
|Land registry surface area||172 m2|
|Reception area||70 m2|
|Living space||450 m2|
|Surface Cellar||94 m2|
|Surface Inner courtyard||48 m2|
|Surface Terrace||89 m2|
|Surface Garage 1||31 m2|
Alain Sander +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.