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Sumptuous property with a beautiful park and a forest in Rolle.



Plot area

23’084 m2


9’800’000 CHF


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A beautiful driveway, bordered by various age-old trees lead to the entrance of the property, where a courtyard can accommodate a dozen vehicles and a carport for four vehicles.

A beautiful entrance hall welcomes the visitor, with a large space adorned with a nice fireplace and a magnificent marble staircase. It opens onto the kitchen and a wide corridor connecting all the reception rooms consisting of a large living room, a beautiful dining room open on the terrace and a second smaller living. These different rooms, very bright, are interconnected by beautiful double doors. An additional room currently used as a dressing room and a guest toilet completes this level.

The first level is served by a landing and receives the sleeping area with large rooms adorned with beautiful fireplaces and large openings. It consists of two bedrooms sharing a beautiful bathroom, a third bedroom with an adjoining shower room, a separate toilet and a master suite with bathroom and dressing room.

The attic has been converted with great taste into a living space independent of the rest of the house. It enjoys a beautiful light shaft illuminating the main room now used as a large office. Around this beautiful space are organized two bedrooms, a bathroom, a separate toilet, a bedroom with shower room and a beautiful room with kitchen. A corridor leads to the laundry room, a third bathroom and a fourth bedroom. It also leads to a pretty mezzanine that will seduce children.

Lastly, the house is completely excavated and hosts a beautiful vaulted basement with shower and sauna, a fitness studio, a huge jacuzzi and a beautiful wine cellar. The technical room of the house, a large laundry room and a storage room are also at this level. An outdoor exit leads to the entrance courtyard.

The property is surrounded by a beautiful park and a forest.

Sandrine Fremond