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Exceptional period estate nestled in a vast wooded park

Reference

2955953

Plot area

27’204 m2

Price

Price on demand

Specifications

15
Number of rooms
n.c.
Living space
9
Number of bedrooms
27204
Plot surface
6
Number of bathrooms
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Number of floors
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Garages
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Volume

Description

This sumptuous property will offer a time travel voyage to anyone entering its doors.

An elegant wooded pathway leads to the large forged iron gates, which opens onto a beautiful courtyard where a centuries-old plane tree stands majestically. The estate covers nearly 3 hectares (part of the plot is an equestrian area) and offers long country walks through truffle oaks and other secular trees, a magnificent vegetable garden with yesteryear products, vast flat expanses of lawn, a French garden facing the Mont-Blanc, all set in a private area, sheltered from prying eyes.

The mansion is an unique architectural jewel, which stands out for its authenticity and history. It was built at the end of the 18th century, and was regularly restored over the decades by renowned craftsmanship. It comprises beautifully authentic elements such as ceilings painted by Italian artists, furniture made by the Geneva decorator Jean Jaquet, wooden floors and period hangings.

The main entrance distributes the reception area. The stunning main living room comprises high ceilings ornamented by magnificent period moldings and frescoes, and communicates with the dining room adorned with a beautiful chandelier and an authentic catelle stove. The reception area is complimented by a charming music room with authentic hangings, and an office with its fireplace.
In addition, a large corridor, accessible by an independent entrance, leads to a large fully equipped kitchen with high-end equipments, among others a new Lacanche cooking stove, and other period features.
An independent staff accommodation is located on this floor.

The second floor of the house comprises many bedrooms, all with their own fireplace, and offer open views of the countryside.

The third floor offers a great potential for development thanks to its several rooms with exposed beams and remarkable high ceilings. A fully glazed elevator has been integrated into the building to serve all floors while respecting the overall architectural harmony.

The basement is composed of various storage rooms, as well as a very large vaulted cellar which the floor has been trampled on for over 200 years.

Several annexe buildings and a beautiful stone swimming pool finally complete this exceptional property.

Solène Saint-Salvi

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