Prime location and environment, space and great natural light. A 10-minute walk from Jouy-en-Josas RER station, this property was built by an architect in 2005. Featuring a 322m² (3,465 sq ft) main house (574m² - 6,178 sq ft - in total) and two separate houses (one 41m² - 441 sq ft - and the other 62m² - 667 sq ft), all built on a 9,000m² (2.22-acre) plot of land. The main house features a hallway with a cloakroom, a 56m² (602 sq ft) living room with a fireplace opening out onto a south-facing terrace with an unobstructed view, a dining room, a kitchen with a dining area, a pantry and a utility room. Two large separate spaces (42m² - 452 sq ft) currently used as office premises and available for a professional activity. Two large bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes opening out onto terraces and a bathroom. Upstairs, two suites opening out onto balconies, a shower room, a bathroom, and a laundry room. The large basement features a parking area for at least 4 cars, a boiler room, and 4 cellars, one of which is a wine cellar. A lift serves each floor. Separate house with a terrace featuring a living room with an open-plan kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a toilet. Additional room on the street level. A second separate house with a vast terrace featuring a large living room with a kitchen, a bedroom area and a shower room, and a toilet. These two annexes are in good condition and can easily be rented out. 9,000m² (2.22-acre) largely wooded park. Easy access by car to Versailles and Paris (15 minutes to La Défense and 20 minutes to Pont de Sèvres) and the main roads to Ile de France and the provinces (N118, A10, A11, Orly, etc.). Numerous reputed schools in the surroundings such as the Lycée Franco-Allemand and the HEC business school. La Boulie golf course and horse riding centres can also be found nearby (Vauptain horse farm a few minutes away). Fees payable by the seller. Barnes contact: N. Moirignot +33 (0)188.8.131.52.32 and [email protected]
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