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An hour by car south-east of the Greater Nancy Area. The more prestigious towns of Alsace, Colmar and Strasbourg are respectively 60 and 80 minutes away by road. Motorways through the Rhine Valley, leading to south, north and east Europe can be reached in about the same amount of time.
The Vosges mountain snowfields are some 35 minutes away.
Direct trains take 2⅔ hours to reach Paris and Bâle-Mulhouse airport is but 1½ hours away by car.
The town, where this property is to be found, has all administrative, commercial and educational facilities, including state and private primary and secondary schools as well as sixth form colleges, all with a good reputation.
This square building spans four levels of living space, constructed over a lower section. The third and top levels of living space are attic floors, illuminated via roof dormers on the side walls and windows set in the gable of the south facade, overlooking the garden.
The lower section, on all four sides of the villa, is composed of cement-pointed quarry stone blocks. Above, spanning the height of the first level, are red bricks, enhancing all four facades with their warm colour and creating a contrasting effect with the white-rendered upper sections of the walls.
The architecture of the facade facing the garden is particularly elegant, courtesy in part to the semi-circular bow window of the lounge on the first level, which is crowned with a flat roof forming a terrace on the second level. A large, semi-circular arched picture window, with a brick surround, is equally clearly a 1930’s architectural feature. And lastly, a window with three different sized sections opening on to the terrace on the second level, together with an oculus, and discreet half-timbering on the top level, under the rafters, also contribute to this elegance appearance.
Finally, its very steep, gable roof, with two half-hipped sections and upward-turning slopes is reminiscent of the architecture on the other side of the Vosges mountains.
The garden, sloping gently down towards the street, is planted on all sides with tall trees, including a majestic oak tree over a hundred years old. These mature trees shade an area where it is possible to take meals when the weather is clement. Two large, trimmed hedges delimit a swimming pool area in the south-west corner of the garden.
The swimming pool
Separated from the garden and street, this swimming pool occupies a sunny site. Granite stone paving is laid out all around it, thus creating a wonderful setting. Top quality materials and equipment were used when installing this pool.
A large garage in the north-east corner of the garden is able to take two cars. It is also used for storing garden tools.
The annex plot and its house
This takes up the corner of two streets, facing the villa’s west exit.
The little house that takes up the upper section of the plot, is in need of full renovation works, following which it could be used to provide rental income.
This vast, comfortable villa is heavily marked by the middle-class architecture that existed during the interwar period in the Germanic world. The quality of the architecture and the construction is enhanced by a wooded garden that embellishes a well-exposed swimming pool. This property reflects a highly sought-after quality.
A house ideal for a family, as well as for passing guests, its architecture exudes the ideal of a luxurious safety that was lacking during the First World War.
Transportation facilities to neighbouring towns and cities as well as to the French capital really help enhance the area’s peaceful way of life.
650 000 €
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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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