The parish of Viroflay, purchased in 1695 by the royal family from Marquis-de-Louvois’ widow, was incorporated by Louis XIV into “Le Grand Parc”, the royal hunting estate, and given to the Grand-Dauphin who already owned the imperial palace of Meudon. A few aristocrats constructed their residences near to the game-filled forests. The town is bordered to the north by Fausses-Reposes forest and to the south by that of Meudon. Close to 40% of it is actually covered by forests, which makes it one of the most densely wooded towns in the inner suburbs of Paris. It has no less than three SNCF train stations: Viroflay-Rive-Droite with links to Paris-Saint-Lazare and Versailles-Rive-Droite, Viroflay-Rive-Gauche with links to Paris-Invalides and Versailles-Château-Rive-Gauche (RER train line C) on the one hand and between Paris-Montparnasse as well as Versailles-Chantiers on the other, and lastly Chaville-Vélizy station on RER train line C. The T6 tramway links Viroflay-Rive-Droite to Montrouge on line 13 of the underground.
The mansion house
Wrought iron gates open on to an alleyway lined with shrubs and flowers. In the middle stands a neo-classical style mansion house constructed from white dressed stone and topped with a Mansard style roof in the late 19th century. The square main building is adjoined by two wings. Windows and French windows, a total of 14 as well as 8 roof dormers and 2 bull’s eye windows decorating the roof, are regularly arranged. Symmetry rules. There are two matching porches, one on the north side and one facing south on the garden side. The right-hand wing includes a magnificent veranda with stained glass windows dating from the same period as the house. 1,400 m² of garden surrounds this beautiful building.
A 1900 mansion house always exudes character but this one has more than most because, in addition to its classical appearance, it also features distinguishing originality. For instance, the veranda suspended above the sloping land on one side introduces an element of asymmetry. On the opposite side, a second entrance at right angles to the facade is topped with ironwork which is more intricate than that of the central balcony and the porch. And then, there are the roof dormers, their size proving that their commissioner sought a maximum of light which continues to flood into the entire residence. In one of the most verdant towns in the Ile-de-France region, just a stone’s throw from the forest, the landscaped garden is like a little private gem that new owners will be able to admire every day.
1 990 000 €
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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|Number of rooms||10|
|Number of bedrooms||5|
|Land registry surface area||1625 m2|
|Living space||308 m2|
|Surface Garden||1400 m2|
Caroline Caron de Panthou    +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.