House

location :
Close to Paris
Size :
900 m² (9 680 sq. ft.), 20 rooms, 13 bedrooms.
price :
1 300 000 €

Chaumont-en-Vexin – A superb 17th century stately home
This remarkable property is located in the Oise department, one hour from Paris and on the edge of the Ile de France, Picardy and Normandy regions. Dating from the 17th century, it is flanked by two octagonal corner turrets and offers about 900 sqm of living space (not including the cellars and attics) including about 120 sqm comprising living/reception rooms boasting superb period decorative features. Thirteen bedrooms and five bathrooms are on the upper floors. Some refurbishment is required to exploit the full potential. Immense outbuildings requiring renovation offer about 1300 sqm of floor space, and include a near 136 sqm caretaker’s lodge. The roofs feature both slate and traditional tiles. The ensemble is hidden from view in 13.5 hectares of grounds, including mature gardens and about 10 hectares of forest. A remarkable property in an area renowned for its architectural heritage, close to Chaumont-en-Vexin, Beauvais airport, Gisors and several golf courses. Details on request.

Honoraires charge vendeur - DPE 451 kWhEP/m².an (G) - GES 83 kg éqCO2/m².an (G)

Listing : 2262951

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David MERCIER
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The Ile-de-France region originates from the royal domain, which was established in the Xth century by the Capetian kings. This region, also known as the cradle of gothic architecture, features several beautiful examples of this heritage, such as the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, the Saint-Denis basilica, the Vincennes castle, the Conciergerie, and the Sainte-Chapelle. The Fontainebleau castle, on the other hand, summarizes French architecture from the XIIth to the XIXth centuries. The region today counts eight departments (Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne and Val-d’Oise). At only 50 kilometers north of Paris, the Ile de France gives room to the vastest cultivated areas of Picardie.