5 minutes from Versailles in the town of Chesnay, this house of the 50s fully rehabilitated by an architect in 2009 offers a surface of 342 m² on a beautiful plot of 1600 m².
Shared between two spirits, sometimes Californian, by its entrance with car-port for two cars and its refined decoration, and sometimes Balinese by its numerous plantations of bamboos which protects it from any outside glance, this house invites its guests somewhere else in a universe of exception. Its wide openings to the south let in natural light and offers an astonishing view of a formal garden with wooden decks and a heated infinity pool.
A visual harmony between interior and exterior, where every detail attracts the eye and inspires serenity, was the focus of the architect during the rehabilitation of the premises, not to mention the high quality of the materials used . The reception gives the atmosphere.
The entrance offers a large reception with dressing room, a bright living room with fireplace and bar design, a contemporary kitchen, while corian, overlooking the terraces and a dining area with views of the bamboo.
The layout has been designed to facilitate the flow of one epsace to another, such as the large office / or double access room, then the master suite with its private bathroom. On the same level is an independent bedroom that can be used as an office or artist’s studio with shower room. All this set opens on the garden to the south as to the east. A discreet staircase leads to two bedrooms each with a private shower room and a shared terrace with views of the plain of Versailles. On the ground floor, an independent space allows a fifth bedroom with kitchenette, and gives access to the laundry room, the technical room and a wine cellar.
Less than 15 minutes from Paris by the A13, shops and schools of reputation.
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80
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