Ref.3328 : French property for sale near Paris.
This charming property is located in Seine-et-Marne, in a charming village on the banks of the Seine river, at less than 50km South of Paris by motorway (A6- 40minutes).
Shops, services, nursery and primary schools are in the village. Elementary schools and high schools are at 15 minutes, school pick-up and intercity buses are in the village.
Built in the 18th C., as often on older foundations, the chateau has been entirely restored and has a living area of about 700sqm.
On the ground floor: a paved entrance hall with the main staircase in oak. On the right, the large living room is lit by 7 large windows; including 3 French-windows overlooking the park, a large white stone fireplace with columns. On the left, lit by natural light, the second living room with fireplace and the dining room with a large bay window with a sitting area. Accessible by a wide opening, a large fully equipped kitchen with its dining area. Second staircase.
On the first floor: landing. On the right, a suite composed of a large bedroom with bathroom, toilets and dressing room. On the left, a laundry room, a living room with kitchenette, a second suite with bedroom, bathroom, toilets and dressing room, and a third bedroom with bathroom and toilets.
On the second floor: landing. 2 bedrooms with each a bathroom and toilets.
On the third floor: a large room used as a music room and toilets, a study, a library, a boudoir, a bathroom and toilets. Mezzanine.
Partial basement: wine cellar, technical room (De Dietrich boiler) and toilets.
The chateau is composed of a central building from which stand two square pavilions and a hexagonal oriel. The whole is covered with multi-sloped slate roofs pierced with Jacobin or meunier windows and adorned with roof ornaments and weather vane in zinc.
The walls are of stone covered with pink coating, highlighted by cornices, frames and angles of the walls decorated with white mouldings.
The main entrance is sheltered by a colonnaded awning surmounted by a balcony decorated with pear-shaped balusters, while the service entrance is covered by a glass canopy.
The windows are protected by French openwork wooden shutters.
The floors are covered with stone paving, parquet floors or carpet.
Opposite the chateau, the outbuildings are accessible by a vaulted passage pierced in the main façade and opening into a paved courtyard. The whole is made of stone and coated and the roofs are covered in small country tiles.
At the back of the courtyard, the caretaker' s house, entirely renovated, on two level (250sqm) with on the ground floor: a dining room with an open fitted kitchen, a living room and toilets. At the upper floor, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a room used as a study, toilets.
The other buildings need a complete restoration, formerly used for housing, sheds, barns and stables.
The tennis court in porous concrete and two greenhouses including a large one to restore.
The chateau and its outbuildings represent an architectural ensemble of more than 1.300sqm.
Located on a narrow road, accessible by a large gate flanked by pilasters topped with ?Medicis? vases, the property extends on nearly 4,94 acres at the edge of the river. It comprised landscaped park of lawn and meadow planted with trees with various species.
A branch of the river creates a private island accessible by a small bridge of wood and metal.
In a village on the banks of the Seine river, in the heart of the Regional Park of Bréviande, gardens, woods and reserves with more than 3.500 hectares of protected areas, this exceptional property benefits from a natural and privileged environment.
This village chateau, not isolated, is near all amenities, but stays discreet in its park by the water, perfectly sheltered from all promiscuity.
The main building is not lacking in charm or style. The owners have carried out a mastered restoration, bringing a spirit of fantasy baroque inspired by Italian or Flemish Renaissance. Of course, the contribution of all the elements of modern comfort has not been neglected.
The outbuildings offer a real development potential, whether in a private capacity or as part of a professional hosting activity.
Few are the properties along the river that are not separated from the bank by a public road. Here, the access to the branch of the river that crosses the property is direct.