House - Garches (92380) - HAUTS DE SEINE € 1,390,000

Réf : A25322SNS92

Beautiful family home built in 1900 set in a lovely enclosed garden of over 4305 sq ft. Triple reception room.

Just a stone's throw from the Malmaison national forest, we offer you this beautiful 1900 millstone house, with more than 2045 sq ft of living space on enclosed grounds of more than 4305 sq ft. Total around 2500 sq ft.
After passing through the gates and along a pretty driveway that can accommodate up to 3 cars, you will climb the few steps to a porch sheltered by a delightful canopy leading to a very pretty door with period ironwork. Once through the door, an entrance hall leads to more than 540 sq ft of living space, with two lounge areas: one cosy with old-world charm and English strip parquet flooring, the other more contemporary opening onto a vast American kitchen and dining room, all bathed in light from a superb bay window opening onto the garden. On the same level, there is a bedroom, a study and a shower room.
The next two floors, served by a French staircase, lead to the other sleeping areas: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and storage space. Full basement.

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Réf : A25322SNS92

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Detailed description

This 1900 house, just 2 minutes from the Raymond Poincaré hospital, has a very well-maintained millstone facade and is located in a quiet residential area with excellent neighbours.
Inside, you will find both the charm of the old with its period parquet flooring in all the sleeping areas and the delightful mouldings on the ceilings and walls in many of the rooms. A very pretty, well-kept enclosed garden. A full basement comprising a laundry room, boiler room and a lovely cellar for wine lovers.
Here is a breakdown of the rooms:
Ground floor :
Entrance hall : 129 sq ft
A double living room : 452 sq ft
A simple living room : 151 sq ft
A fitted American kitchen : 129 sq ft
A first bedroom / office : 140 sq ft
A second bedroom / office : 118 sq ft
A shower room : 32 sq ft

On the 1st level, a landing leading to :
bedroom 3 : 150 sq ft
bedroom 4 : 139 sq ft
bedroom 5 : 118 sq ft
2 bathrooms & 1 wc

On the 2nd level :
A beautiful bedroom with storage space & A bathroom : 280 sqft

The house is very well served: close to shops, market, schools and transport (numerous buses and Garches/Marnes la Coquette station 15' away on foot (line L - Paris-Saint-Lazare in 24').

Garches is a French commune in the Hauts-de-Seine department in the Île-de-France region. Situated on a hillside between the Parc de Saint-Cloud and the Bois de Saint-Cucufa, Garches is a middle-class residential community with a large number of detached houses.
Known for its hospital services specialising in traumatology.

Vine cultivation in the 18th century triggered economic growth. However, the 1870 war with Prussia had a major impact on the town. The urban boom followed the arrival of the train in 1884 and continues to this day.
In terms of heritage, the Saint-Louis church dates back to the process of beatification of the King of France, while the town hall is located in the former château Civiale, a former manor house from the farming village.

Close to shops, markets, schools and transport links (numerous buses and Garches/Marnes la Coquette station within 15' walking distance (line L - Paris-Saint-Lazare in 24'). Good transport links and school buses for the Passy Buzenval and Danielou public schools. Close to Parc de Saint-Cloud
Information about risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website :

  • 1 390 000 € (HAI)
  • agency fees to be paid by seller
This property has ...
  • Mains Drains
  • Electricity on site
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • High speed internet
Property Type
  • Family Home
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Town property
Paris Isle of France
Diagnostic de Performance Energétique
réalisé après le 1er juillet 2021
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