- 4 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- 7 habitable rooms
- 220 square meters of living space
The Ile-de-Migneaux, spanning a width of some 100 m, extends in the middle of the Seine for 2.5 km, between Poissy and the highly sought-after Villennes-sur-Seine. This property consists of a 200 m² house set in its 2,400 m² wooded garden. The ground floor includes an entrance hall, a through kitchen and dining room, a double lounge with a fireplace and a large picture window looking out over the Seine, a study area as well as a laundry room with a shower room and a separate toilet. The first floor comprises three bedrooms, one of which has access to a terrace dominating the Seine, a shower room and a toilet. The second floor is given over to a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom, with a bath, a shower and a toilet. The basement comprises two rooms in use as cellars. This house, dating from the late 1920’s, recently underwent full renovation works in order to let in even more light. Numerous old features, such as parquet flooring, terracotta floor tiles and fireplaces, have been preserved. Surrounding the house, the garden consists of two separate sections. One, a large lawn, is flat whilst the other section, on the Seine side where the swimming pool is installed, is laid out in terracing, running parallel to the river. The inventory of this property is not complete without mentioning a small shed as well as several exterior car parking spaces.
Constructed in the same vein as those early 1920, neo-regionalist, Anglo-Norman homes, it has been fully renovated, inside and out, and is now flanked by a recent extension. It stands in the middle of the garden.
An Anglo-Norman style villa, like an island chalet, in the airiest spot to be found so near to Paris. With such an asset, new owners can carry out bold conversion works incorporating a combination of styles so as not to fall into a heavily marked typology. The Seine is at the bottom of the gentle slope, creating a pleasant haven whatever the season. The terrace, covered since its construction and now partially transformed into a veranda, can be used in all weathers. This house is just made for appreciating the communion of light and water.
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