Nestled in the heart of Céligny (GE), in a quiet and residential area, this charming period house dating from the 16th century was renovated in 2007 and has been regularly maintained. Its total living surface of 162sqm is spread over 3 floors plus a lower ground floor.
The house is filled with character and authenticity, and has kept its spirit of the past while adding modern comfort. Cement tiles, old wooden floors, fireplaces and exposed beams are some of the authentic details.
The entrance to the house is on the 1st floor at the top of a staircase. A vast entry hall, a living room with a fireplace, a bedroom, a shower room comprises this first floor.
The 2nd floor is composed of a dining room with old oak floors and balcony, a cosy living room with fireplace and balcony, a traditional kitchen with a pantry, and a guest toilet.
The top floor accomodates the sleeping area, composed of two romantic bedrooms with exposed beams, and a bathroom with shower and bathtub. The main bedroom offers a glimpse of the lake.
On the lower ground floor is a large room with fireplace which offers the possibility to create an independent studio. A bedroom, a shower-room and a laundry room are available.
An enclosed garden surrounded by trees and a courtyard complete this charming house set in a peaceful and privileged environment.