In the undulating plain of Versailles, in the heart of the village of Crespières, this stone house of 350 m² built on a plot of 740 m² has been subtly thought by its owners.
The house is divided into two parts, the old barn and the family place of life, both connected to the interior by a passage that calls for curiosity. Its impressive volume combined with a refined decoration give this place a soul at the same time cozy and playful. From the courtyard, a lovely porch leads up to the spacious “family room” of industrial type with fireplace. There is a small staircase leading up to a large room with mezzanine, decorated with deep cupboards, and to another room with a bathroom and a large office.
From the kitchen, a superb opening offers a view on the double reception: A dining room, whose original tomettes have been preserved, followed by a vast family lounge opening onto the garden to the south. Each element, doors, beams, wooden floor, fireplace and furniture, all combined with taste, provide a warm and harmonious atmosphere where traffic is easy.
One floor goes up to four bedrooms, two with bathroom, and three with mezzanine. One of them, with double entrance joins the kitchen. A lovely romantic bathroom completes this floor. The spacious lounge opens discreetly to the rehabilitated barn on the waxed concrete floor. This unusual place at the height of the impressive ceiling mixes living room, library, sauna and balneotherapy. This space is framed by wide and high windows, bringing on both sides the softness of the light.
At the back, a steel wire staircase leads to a gigantic plateau with bar, billiards, table football and punching ball. The playful decoration gives a message related to the spirit of the place. A gigantic mezzanine has been subtly arranged in guest room. This old barn also opens onto the sheltered terrace with outdoor bar and on the beautiful tropical garden surrounding the heated pool.
This home is a true favorite where everything calls for relaxation and authenticity, with family or friends.
Three cellars including a vaulted wine cellar with staircase and a garage complete this property.
A stone’s throw from the schools and the buses linking Versailles and Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
At 15 mn of the A13, the A14, and the SNCF railway station of Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche.
DPE : 191
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
GES : 44
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80