An estate with a large, luxurious home, a farmstead and some 20 horse loose boxes, 100 km from Paris, overlooking hills and valleys in the champagne region of the French department of Aisne.
100 km from the French capital, an hour by car via the A4 motorway. In a small village dominating the picturesque valley comprising vineyards alternating with woods and grasslands. The panoramic view from the property provides a superb impression of wide-open countryside.
This estate, looking down on to the valley, alternates wooded parklands with garden, orchard, coppice stand, paddocks and meadows. It comprises two sections, each with its own entrance. Communicating, they can form a single property or be divided into two completely self-sufficient entities.
One, a middle-class home dating from 1840, stands in the middle of 1 ha of parklands. This 3-storey building spans approx. 300 m² of living space.
The other is an equestrian farmstead, awaiting renovation, with some 20 horse loose boxes, surrounded by meadows and paddocks.
The small chateau or large, luxurious homeAlthough its architecture is that of a large, luxurious home, this residence is known locally as the chateau.
Built of millstone, it has a slate Mansard-style roof.
It spans 3 levels, excluding the cellars and the attic space.
A storeroom, a boiler room and a wine cellar.
A small lean-to adjoins the house.
A laundry room, a woodshed and a toilet.
With 3.2 m high ceilings, this floor comprises a tiled vestibule that extends into a veranda. It provides access to a lounge with old terracotta floor tiles, walls adorned with panelling and an Italian monumental fireplace dating from the Napoleon III era. A study with strip pattern parquet flooring is heated by an Empire-style fireplace.
The kitchen features a marble floor and a fireplace.
The dining room has herringbone pattern parquet flooring, walls adorned with floor-to-ceiling panelling and a superb Hungarian fireplace.
This floor has strip pattern parquet flooring throughout.
A landing provides access to 4 bedrooms:
- Bedroom no. 1 with a toilet, a dressing room and a fireplace.
- Bedroom no. 2 without a fireplace.
- A dressing room between bedroom nos. 2 and 3.
- Bedroom no. 3 with a fireplace.
- Bedroom no. 4 with a dressing room and a bathroom.
This floor has parquet flooring throughout.
The landing provides access to 4 rooms:
- Bedroom no. 5 has old terracotta floor tiles.
- A study.
- Bedroom no. 6 with a fireplace.
- Bedroom no. 7 with a bathroom and a dressing room.
This area includes the boiler room and a wine cellar.
Anzahl der Schlafzimmer: 7, Bundesland: Picardie