Réf : A13606
South Seine et Marne. Charming house set in the heart of 2 acres of wooded grounds.
Charming house of about 208 sqm in grounds of 2 hectares. It includes a large living room with fireplace, 4 suites and a double garage.
Located in the countryside with all amenities nearby.
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Réf : A13606
1h20 from Paris and 30 minutes from Fontainebleau, this elegant 208 sqm house, built in a dominant position in the Lunain valley, is situated in the heart of wooded grounds of over two hectares.
The Souppes stone building benefits from a lot of light thanks to its numerous openings which make it a haven of peace resolutely turned towards the surrounding nature.
The entrance hall leads to a vast and luminous double living room with an impressive stone fireplace, a fitted and equipped kitchen and a bedroom with private bathroom and toilet. A winter garden and independent sanitary facilities complete the ground floor.
On the first floor, the night space is composed of two bedrooms with private bathroom and large cupboards, a magnificent master suite with bedroom of 25 sqm, dressing room, bathroom and wc. Independent sanitary facilities complete the floor.
A service entrance gives access to the boiler room, the woodshed and a double garage.
Ideal for nature lovers looking for peace and privacy, this property is located in a privileged environment and is perfectly maintained.
Refreshing work to be done
living room 44,08 m2
dining-room 17,68 m2
kitchen 9,36 m2
conservaory 12,92 m2
suite 1 - ground floor 21,21 m2
suite 2 - 1st floor 30,98 m2
suite 3 - 1st floor 18,17 m2
suite 4 - 1st floor 34,6 m2
Suitable for a main or secondary residence.
Shops, school in the village. Golf course and riding centre nearby.
Train station 15 minutes away (Paris Gare de Lyon in 50 minutes)
The village takes its name from an estate which, before the Frankish conquest, belonged to a Roman or Gallo-Roman settler called Laurus, hence Louriacum (estate of Laurus). It was in the 12th century that a priory was established there and Lorri Super Lunan was also surrounded by a fortified enclosure with 13 towers.
The church of Sainte-Anne dates from the 13th century. A turret and a tower can be seen here, which served as watchtowers. For a long time, the church was the sanctuary of the priory whose enclosure covered the entire valley as far as the Lunain. It was also the refuge of the inhabitants and the priors during troubled times.