A 1900’s house, spanning 350 m², with a dominant view over Paris
and Bois-de-Boulogne in Saint-Cloud’s Coteaux district

Location

Saint-Cloud is 5 kilometres to the west of Paris. Set on a hillside, it looks down on the French capital, the river Seine and Bois-de-Boulogne. It encompasses numerous green open spaces, the biggest of which, the former castle’s parklands, now public land, spans 460 ha and covers the entire south side of the commune. The town is reached via line T2 of the tramway and train line L which has easy links to La-Défense, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Saint-Lazare and Versailles. The A13 motorway provides rapid links with the A86 and A12 motorways as well as Normandy. State and private schools are nearby.

Description

This house, built around 1910, is in the much sought-after Coteaux district and has a panoramic view over the whole of Paris, from Bois-de-Boulogne to Sacré-Cœur cathedral and including Eiffel Tower. Predominantly facing south-east and therefore constantly bathed in light, it is surrounded by a delightful flower-filled garden and a circular terrace that follows its original shape. The ground floor includes a vast vestibule leading to a large lounge, a small lounge, a dining room with its conservatory as well as a large kitchen. The first floor, comprising three bedrooms, two dressing rooms, a shower room and a bathroom, also features a superb balcony and a large terrace. The second floor could be made completely separate from the rest of the house. It comprises two bedrooms, a double reception room, a kitchen and a bathroom. The basement houses several rooms including a laundry room, a wine cellar, a storage room and a boiler room. It also comprises an independent studio flat. In addition, this property has a very large garage.

The house

This house is initially surprising courtesy of the originality of its architecture, inspired by an elegant Art Nouveau touch combining straight edges and curves.


Ground floor
Two entrances provide access to the wide central vestibule. Its small, red and white mosaic floor tiles attractively contrast with the light-coloured oak wood parquet flooring in the reception rooms: a small lounge, a large circular lounge, the double picture windows of which open out on to the terrace, and a dining room, extended by a small conservatory. All of these rooms have a marble fireplace, decorated to a greater or lesser extent in accordance with its location. A back door opens into a small vestibule which provides access to the kitchen, a guest toilet as well as a door leading to the basement.
First floor
A wooden stairway goes up to a landing, providing access to the rooms on this level: a circular bedroom with its dressing room, a second bedroom leading out on to a large terrace, a third bedroom opening on to a semi-circular balcony, as well as a dressing room which could be transformed into an additional bedroom, a shower room with a toilet and a bathroom with a toilet.
Second floor
Laid out as a self-contained flat reached via a separate entrance, this level could equally well be connected to the rest of the house as made totally independent. It comprises two bedrooms, a double reception room, two large storage areas, a kitchen, a bathroom and a separate toilet.
Basement
An independent outside entrance as well as an interior door lead to the stairway that goes down to the basement. Semi-underground, this level comprise a large laundry room, a boiler room, a storage room, a vaulted wine cellar as well as a studio flat, complete with a shower room and a kitchen area. The garage can be reached directly from the street or via the back of the house through a pedestrian entrance.

Our opinion

The 1900’s were full of the joy of living and this residence is still deeply marked by the carefree spirit associated to this time, later dubbed “Belle Époque”. The Art Nouveau style, with its previously unknown cocktail of iron and glass, enhances all the rooms in this house which are comfortably large and radiantly decorated. The view, taking in the entire French capital, is stunning from every room. The outside is no less impressive, with its central tower topped with slate, its circular tower and all its curves as well as its garden with its delightful nooks and crannies out of sight of onlookers. Full of originality and yet extremely functional courtesy of its flexible living areas, this property will easily lend itself to the way of life of its new owners, whoever they may be.

2 650 000 €
Our fees are included in the stated sale price.

Reference 499357

Number of rooms 11
Number of bedrooms 6
Land registry surface area 510 m2
Surface 350 m2

 

 French Energy Performance Diagnosis

Representative

Caroline Caron de Panthou    +33 1 42 84 80 85


contact

My favorites

Partager

send to a friend Pinterest twitter Facebook Google Plus

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.


E-carte


Send


En poursuivant votre navigation, vous acceptez l'utilisation de cookies pour vous proposer des services et offres adaptés à vos centres d'intérêts et mesurer la fréquentation de nos services. OK En savoir plus