78760, 30 min from Paris, PARTIALLY CLASSIFIED MH UNIT, top-of-the-range 3/4-room triple exposed triplex apartment of 95.59 m2, in the heart of a listed 16th century Historic Monument, renovated accordingly to the rules of Art and ready to move in summer , Yvelines, Paris - Île-de-France
€825,700 [convert]

3 123m2


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Key Features

Property Type: House
Number of bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
WCs: 1
France Property Shop ID: 570021
Reference: SPF-124174AMU78H

Property Description

78760 YVELINES - CHATEAU Jouars-Pontchartrain - 3/4 Rooms TRIPLEX - 95.59m2 (123.45m2 before restoration) - TAXATION Historic Monument - 100% TAX EXEMPTION ON THE WORKS (51% of the property's commercial price ) - Movie set for Sofia Coppola's 2006 film Marie-Antoinette, and The Hunchback of Philippe de Broca in 1997, this majestic castle, quintessence of French heritage, witness of the Great Century, located in a green setting bordered by forests at the gates of Paris (30 min away), will regain its former glory and splendour. And it is an unhoped-for opportunity to put your name on the inventory of this magnificent heritage and its fabulous history... by purchasing this top-of-the-range T4 triplex type apartment (2/3 bedroom) framed by large floor to ceiling bay windows and extended by its terrace to emerge in to the gardens of the château, resolutely optimized and ready to move in in the summer of 2023. Offering 95.59 m2 of living space overlooking the imperial landscaped courtyard and forests of the castle, this property layed out onto 3 levels on the ground floor preserves all the glory of the past. Quiet with an ideal triple exposed living space, it offers all the comfort of an ultra-modern residence including home automation and 2 parking spaces (value 23.000?).

Keeping the royal volumes and endowed with a beautiful layout, it is accessible by the entrance on the garden floor leading to the night space on the first floor, composed of 2 bedrooms exposed N/E respectively S/E, ideal for a wake-up and start of the day in the song of birds. The living space of 40 m2, which is on the 2nd floor, benefits from a beautiful ceiling height of 4.00m and a triple S/E/N exposure, opening onto the estate's secular gardens and forests, a kitchen area ready to accommodate your elements and harmoniously delimited on the ground in respect of volumes and perspectives. On the top floor, under the attic, another 10m2 mezzanine opening onto the living room can be used as an office or guest room. You will be seduced by the charm of these beautifully restored rooms, bathed in light through large French windows, enjoying unobstructed and breathtaking views over the former hunting estate of Louis I of Phélypeaux.

Two private car parks, outdoor garden, electric vehicles such as "golf carts" with recharging stations, video surveillance system has just been added to this unique concept which also offers convivial barbecue areas, a fitness trail, beehives in partnership with a local beekeeper, a fruit and vegetable delivery service on site.

In addition to some economic advantages, while preserving natural resources, this prestigious acquisition offers true peace of mind whether for... a change of main residence, a peaceful retirement with the space to accommodate the family, a home for a professional activity, an exceptional pied-a-terre or simply an investment (Historical Monument Law - 100% tax exemption on the works which represent 54% of the property's commercial price ) and all the benefits summarized below .

Ideally nestled away from the hustle and bustle of the city, in a prestigious atmosphere in the middle of its 90 hectare old park with its numerous tree-lined paths perfect for bucolic walks and the lake, the residence benefits from a unique architecture offering a feeling of space and openness, nourished by its large floor-to-ceiling windows on the garden side generously illuminating the living spaces. An aristocratic place with an intimate feel as a prestigious residence that blends harmoniously into its environment, with refined interiors benefiting from acoustic comfort and reduced energy loss for maximum thermal optimization (RT2012).

An unexpected chance of acquiring part of French history and living in it or let out as only four or five aristocratic families have succeeded one another in this French Castle dating back from 1610 - former residence of Boeswillwald, the Secretary of State of Henry IV - to the present day. The Château de Pontchartrain is a place that bears witness to four centuries of the Great History of France. Bordered by forests, this noble 16th century castle, the quintessence of French heritage, is just 10 minutes on walking distance from the lively centre and shops and 20 minutes from La Défense or 30 minutes from Châtelet-les-Halles by train (RER A), 10 km from the business area of the Grand saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, in the commune of Jouars-Pontchartrain, and 30 min from the Paris-Orly airport. Acquisition under Historic Monuments law and its advantages.


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