Maison de maître in the heart of Rebberg
Situated close to the station and the town centre, in the heart of a leafy district much sought-after for its peaceful surroundings, this mansion house was built in 1905 on 6 acres of enclosed land planted with trees. Elegantly renovated, it features high ceilings, herringbone parquet flooring and mouldings, and now houses two independent maisonettes.
The first duplex, measuring 149 m² (1,076 sq ft), has a ground-floor entrance hall that opens onto a pleasant lounge leading onto a terrace at the rear of the building. Behind a sliding door with finely carved woodwork, the dining room boasts particularly generous volumes and is extended by an open-plan kitchen with a dining area. Nestling in the heart of a curved extension, the kitchen benefits from an exceptional amount of light thanks to the numerous windows overlooking the garden. A bedroom and shower room complete this level. The upper floor offers a vast bedroom and a very comfortable bathroom.
The second duplex apartment (173 m²) features a first-floor entrance hall opening onto a beautiful room with a dining area and an open-plan kitchen with bar area. A comfortable, light-filled lounge extends onto a pleasant terrace overlooking the garden. The upper floor is devoted to sleeping quarters. There are three bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom.
A fully converted attic and 50 m² cellar complete the features of this property, which also has a garage and a garden with swimming pool. Its location and quality features make this a rare property.
- 13 rooms
- 8 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Outdoor space : 595 SQM
- Property tax : 4 723 €
Energy Performance Certificate
- 212kWh/m².an43*kg CO2/m².anD
- 43kg CO2/m².anD
Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established from energy prices for the year 2021 : between 4820 € and 6580 €
The fees include VAT and are payable by the vendor
29 Boulevard de Courcelles 75008 Paris
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website : www.georisques.gouv.fr