- 5 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 8 habitable rooms
- 205 square meters of living space
In the heart of the old village of Marly-le-Roi, the house, built in 1860 by a family member of the current owners, is a minute away from the Saint-Vigor church and the Marly National Estate and Park. A small courtyard used as a garden leads to the main entrance to the house. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a double through-sitting room with fireplace as well as a kitchen dominating the garden which can be accessed by a stone staircase. In the upper floors, there are five bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. In the basement there is a boiler room also used as a laundry room and a large storage room. Another room opens on to the garden. The house is very luminous and unoverlooked, and provides beautiful views of the surrounding monuments on one side and unobstructed views of the countryside on the other.
Typical mid-19th century construction, the house spans three storeys including a garret floor: a ground floor, two upper floors and a partially garden-level basement. It has a slate clad Mansard roof.
This much sought-after location, in the old village, close to the park is enhanced by the magnificent views of the surrounding historic monuments: Saint-Vigor church, Chateau de Verduron and its alignment of sphinxes and also the neighbouring countryside and forests. Originally designed to accommodate a family very comfortably, you will no doubt be seduced by the simple good taste of the property, its large spacious rooms and the space occupied by the garden.
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