RARE. Protected from view, this building of 430 m² built in 1680 in an Anglo-Norman style was completed at the beginning of the 20th century (1910) by an adjoining outbuilding of 78 m² for a total area of 508 m². In the 12,500 m² park (non-divisible and non-constructible) there is a 64 m² pavilion (Carrez) as well as a swimming pool of around 40 m² and its wooden deck facing south. The whole benefits from a particularly pleasant and soothing wooded and flowery environment. The main house offers on the ground floor a lounge (fireplace) and a dining room surrounded by a terrace, a kitchen and its office, an office or living room, a laundry-laundry with laundry. At the first level a wide corridor distributes five rooms including three flanked by a bathroom, a fourth with access to the first floor of the guard house, a dressing room. On the upper level, three further bedrooms, a bathroom, a shower room, two offices and two workshops. In the basement: boiler room, laundry and wine cellar. The outbuilding also accessible by the street offers on the first floor a lounge, a kitchen dinner, a master bedroom with bathroom and two bedrooms on the upper level. A few meters from the family home, the pavilion with its summer kitchen, decorated with a majestic fireplace is intended to be converted into a reception room or even recreational space (winter lounge, library, billiard room,. ..). Elsewhere in the park, in addition to the very pleasant heated swimming pool (solar panels), a greenhouse, a kitchen garden, multiple fruit trees, a henhouse and a carport for three vehicles are added to the many parking spaces available. Downtown (shops) Vauréal: 5 minutes (car) and Cergy Village: 2 minutes (car) Downtown Cergy Pontoise: 10 minutes (car). Transport: Cergy station with bus (line A to La Défense and line L to Saint Lazare station). Paris Porte de Clichy: 30 minutes (car); Roissy CDG: 40 minutes (car). Well presented by Jean-Claude GODOT - T: + 33 (0)6 62 88 90 02
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