Between city and countryside, enjoying the banks of the Auzon and a remarkable view of the Aqueduc,
This pretty mansion of 1810 of 270 m2 consists of a main part of 222m2 and an independent apartment connected to the house of 48m2 on a wooded park of one hectare.
Very elegant, it has a large travertine terrace which is extended by a trellis on which bignones and ivy mingle harmoniously.
An old stone irrigation basin.
A beautiful elongated greenhouse of 25 m2 with a garden then an iron arbor with roses, vines and winter jasmine.
On the ground floor, a large entrance hall with terrazzo floor opens onto a pretty living room and a dining room which overlooks the kitchen and its scullery (with outside access to the back of the property). A desk. A part used as a living space / office with independent entrance and bathroom which can be transformed into a bedroom on the ground floor. A period staircase with three stone and tiled steps leads to the first floor: Toilets. A room on the north side communicating with a bathroom. Two bedrooms on the south side with beautiful openings onto the arbor and the garden. A room with sink and dressing room leads to the fourth bedroom which gives access to the apartment and to a second staircase. An office currently used as a bedroom. In the garden, at the back of the house, an outside staircase leads to a one-bedroom apartment (connected from inside the house on the 1st floor). It consists of a kitchen living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. It is pleasant to walk to the banks of the Auzon shaded by poplars, oaks, maples and lime trees. Many outbuildings including a 30m2 shed and a 20m2 garage. Bike storage. Garden shed. Gas heating in the main part.
A beautiful main residence for a family close to college/high school. A lodging to occupy or to rent. A bucolic setting close to the city center.
Tf 2700 euros
Les informations sur les risques auxquels ce bien est exposé sont disponibles sur le site Géorisques : https://www.georisques.gouv.fr