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Superb contemporary property with panoramic views of the lake in Pully



Plot area

18’846 m2


9’600’000 CHF


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This prestigious contemporary property with indoor swimming pool overlooks Pully and its surroundings and offers a breathtaking view of the lake and the Alps.

Built on a 1.9 hectare plot, the villa enjoys a green, private and quiet environment in the heart of sought-after residential area. Close to shops, transport and renowned international schools, its location is ideal for a family.
Totaling 18'846 sqm including 15'601 sqm of forest, the plot still has 1'290 sqm of building space .

The property is distributed over 4 levels connected by an elevator and enjoys 650 sqm of living space for a volume of over 3000 cubic metters.
With its magnificent volumes, ceiling heights, and luminosity, the villa is resolutely contemporary both in terms of spaces and of materials and finishes.

The linving space is on the first floor and comprises a majestic living and dining area with a fireplace opening onto a large terrace with a lap pool, a fully equipped Poggenpohl kitchen and its terrace, an office and a toilet for guests.
On the second floor is the sleeping area with 3 bedrooms and their en-suite bathroom.

The ground floor is dedicated to leisure with a fitness room and a superb indoor swimming pool and its wellness area. It also receives an suite ideal for guests with ensuite bathroom, dressing room and its private terrace.
The lower level receives the property's storage and technical rooms, as well as a cellar, a room that can be convertible into a leisure area and a huge garage for 6 vehicles.
A covered and an independent garage as well as a nice outdoor space can accommodate many additional vehicles.

Two service studios complete the property.

A small house dating from 1950 finds also itself on the plot and requires a complete renovation.

Sandrine Fremond