In the heart of the Vexin Français National Park, on the edge of the Yvelines department and a few kilometers from Cergy-Pontoise, this manor house built at the beginning of the 17th century is immersed in a rather rare natural environment of nearly 7 hectares, enclosed by walls, on which are located an orchard and a wood surrounding a pond fed by a ru. Since the 17th century, the house has been able to assimilate all the modifications, large and small, that time required. Today, with a living area of 360 m², the manor is surrounded by several outbuildings including an 80 m² caretaker's house, various tool shops and a garage. In the park, a swimming pool and its pleasantly exposed beach as well as a tennis court (to be renovated) and its club house offer differentiated leisure and relaxation areas. The main accommodation offers in particular on the ground floor an entrance hall with dressing rooms, a hallway with cabochon tiling which distributes a double living room with parquet "point of Hungary", a dining room (stone fireplace), a kitchen and library or reading room. Upstairs, an en-suite bedroom with bathroom, two other bedrooms and a bathroom. On the upper level are available a master suite with bathroom, a living room with a balcony with a fairly unique view of the wooded park as well as a series of rooms to be fitted out as desired in an artist's studio, in office or games room. Close to the main entrance of the domain, the caretaker's house offers on two levels an entrance, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom. Downtown and administration of Condécourt: 3 min (on foot), 1 min (car). Transport: Cergy stations 10 minutes by car (RER line A) and Pontoise 14 minutes by car (J lines to Saint Lazare station, H to Gare du Nord, and RER C to Porte Maillot). Paris Porte de Clichy: 35 minutes (car); Roissy CDG: 45 minutes (car). Well presented by Jean-Claude GODOT - T: + 33 (0) 6 62 88 90 02
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