The Tour de Robinson
In a green setting out of sight, located on the heights in the immediate vicinity of the Henri Sellier park and overlooking the Parc de la Vallée aux Loups, this building of character erected by Jacques Bignon in 1850 in the neo-Gothic style on a plot of 1280 m2, deploys 516 m2 (281 m2 living space).
Famous for its 27 m high tower called the Tour de Robinson (or the Tour Saint-Jacques because of one of the statues that adorns its facade), it fits perfectly into the site with its surrounding forests and parks, giving the air of a country manor just 6 km from the gates of Saint-Cloud and Orléans.
This residence consists of two parts: the large millstone tower and a more recent extension with a single-storey area of 150 m2 Carrez.
Both have in common a very beautiful raised main entrance offering a ceiling height of more than 3m, embellished in particular with a large Louis XIII style fireplace, large 19th century stained glass windows, an elegant mosaic on the floor, as well as than a magnificent painted beamed ceiling.
The extension part presents a vast stay of 80 m2 benefiting from a triple exposure and a height of 6 meters under ceiling. The totally exposed wooden frame warms up this room where a second Louis XIII style fireplace takes pride of place and whose floor is dressed in Burgundy stone.
The visit continues with a parental suite incorporating a bathroom with shower and toilet.
All of these rooms are heated by low-temperature underfloor heating and have direct access through French windows equipped with electric blinds to the 200 m2 terrace facing South-East.
A few steps below the living room, a large dining kitchen needs to be renovated.
A basement of more than 200 m2 completes this part, offering several parking spaces, a workshop, a laundry room, a large cellar, a period cinema room…
Access to the tower part can be done from the hall main entrance or through the large living room.
A staircase independently serves the four levels of the tower (possibility of installing an elevator).
This distributes four bedrooms, a kitchen, a relaxation room, toilet, a shower room, a storage room.
At the top of the tower is installed a roof terrace with a breathtaking view up to 30 km over Paris and the Ile de France.
The charm and unique architecture of this residence as well as its potential for rehabilitation, in the heart of a popular district, make it a particularly rare property for sale.
Ideal for artists, heritage lovers, event evenings, filming sequences, guest rooms etc.
House listed in the general inventory of cultural heritage, not subject to DPE.
- 8 rooms
- 4 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 2 shower rooms
- Outdoor space : 1280 SQM
- Parking : 5 parking spaces
- Property tax : 5 078 €
- Proceeding : Non
Energy Performance Certificate
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