- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 8 habitable rooms
- 240 square meters of living space
- 520 square meters of surface of the outbuildings
In Saint-Germain-en-Laye, just a stone’s throw from Marly-le-Roi forest, this property is in a quiet street of the old village of Fourqueux.
This peaceful, bright house spans 230 m², in addition to a 70 m² basement. It was constructed with an air reminiscent of those Belle-Époque villas in the 1970’s. Comprising two levels built over a cellar and under converted attic space, it is topped with a flat tile, hip roof. A single-level extension with a flat roof is set at right angles, forming a paved terrace overlooking an immaculately kept 1,400 m² garden.
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a guest toilet, a dressing room, a kitchen with an eating area, a 70 m², L-shaped reception room, overlooking a terrace all on a level with the garden, as well as a bedroom with a shower room. The upper floors include four bedrooms, a study (or an extra bedroom), a dressing room and two bathrooms. The basement is laid out as several storage rooms, a boiler-laundry room, a wine cellar and a workshop.
There is also a garage.
Once through the gates, a verdant driveway leads to the house. Its plain facade, embellished with quoins and window surrounds, is the mark of a soberness that enhances the garden.
The garden, simply landscaped with numerous species and varieties, exudes a countrified air and acts as a pastoral bower for the house. The rooms, looking widely out over the exterior, resemble lovely observation posts from which to contemplate the variations in the natural setting. The tranquillity and the luminosity combined with a meticulously and elegantly built construction make this property a haven of peace in one of the town’s sought-after districts. It will, no doubt, appeal to a family in search of space and verdant surroundings.
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