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Property Overview

Paris Clamart - Available Cité Boigue - Situated 5 km from Paris, in a quiet and peaceful environment directly next to the Clamart Wood (Meudon Forest), with own secure entrance, old villa dating back from 1856 offering 180 m2living space plus a 50m2 detached caretaker house. This beautiful mansion is surrounded by lush wooded greenery (historical site) while being 5 minutes walk from the pretty city center of Clamart, all its shops and a weekly market. Standing at the heart of a wooded and fenced 926 m2 plot of land, with a beautiful pergola for sunny summers, a terrace and a playground, the main 19th century house is built on 4 levels including on the ground floor, an entrance hall leading to a large living room, a conservatory of 96 m2, large open dinner kitchen equipped, independent toilet. 1st floor, 1 master bedroom with dressing room and a second double bedroom with a large terrace overlooking the garden, a bathroom with WC and a separate water closet. The second floor comprises 3 bedrooms with a bathroom with WC and an independent water closet. A large basement with laundry room and a gas boiler complete this property. A second house of 65 m2 on 2 levels with mezzanine was used for a professional activity, but can be converted as a guest-house. It has 2 bathrooms and an open kitchen. The property needs modernising but will offer a wonderful home in a peaceful location with access to all amenities and Paris only minutes away.



Property Details

Reference 64285DPE92H Price
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Bedrooms 6 bed Bathrooms 5 bath
Accommodation 230 m2 Land 926 m2 - 0.0926 ha
Town Paris 92 - Clamart Department Hauts de Seine
Location
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Town property
Property Type
Property Features
  • Character property
  • Detached
Property Condition
  • Habitable

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Full Property Description

Miscellaneous : large bay windows overlooking the sunny garden, ceiling height 2.60m and 2.80m, 19th century architecture with features includes working fireplace and first floor terrace, many custom storage cabinets and cupboards, secure gated house and caretaker outbuilding, kitchen and bathrooms in need of updating, courtyard space for car and easy off street parking, individual gas heating system and electric convectors, freehold and no service charge, 2500 € / year land tax, service bills of approx 290 euros/month, rental potential approximately 3,500 € / month.

The first inhabitants of Clamart date back to prehistoric times as indicated by the discovery, in the woods of Clamart, of the megalithic monument called La Pierre-aux-Moines. In the seventeenth century, Clamart is considered far from Paris. Jean de La Fontaine, heading to the Limousin, stops for the first night of his trip in Clamart and happy, he wrote to his wife, "having already made three miles without a bad accident." The town is rather well off and residential, close to the Paris-Montparnasse train station (7 minutes), destination of the trains from Western France, a fact many Britons have settled in the area the past centuries. The plateau of Clamart was long a farming area where the french peas were grown. The culinary qualification "a la clamartoise" means that fresh peas accompany a dish. Every year in June, Clamart holds its Pea Festival which is a pretext for numerous cultural and festive gatherings. This city is economically dynamic and reputable companies are located there including one of the three Research and Development EDF sites, the headquarters of Optic and, since 1967, the Coca Cola group is installed here. Its monuments and essential places to see are the Little Round Library and the City Hall. Clamart has many sports clubs (volleyball, table tennis, gymnastics, football, basketball, swimming ...). Good to know: On July 3, 1815, at the end of the Hundred Days war, a heavy fusillade ensued from Clamart with the English army placed on the heights, the first aerial photographs in the world, carried out by Nadar from a balloon in 1858, were the views of Petit Bicetre better known as Petit Clamart and finally the famous collection of short stories "Letters from my windmill" from Alphonse Daudet, were written during the 1865 stay of the author in Clamart.

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