Listed family town house
Chamalieres, Auvergne Rhone-Alpes, France
One of the most beautiful villas of Chamalières from the end of the 19th century.
listed as an Historic Monument (MH), including the walled garden and the interior decorations (staircase, wood panelling, fireplaces).
location is remarkable between the Place de Jaude and the centre of Chamalières with all its shops.370sqm of living space over three floors plus a partitioned attic space that can be converted.
11 main rooms including 8 bedrooms.
and wooded gardens of 300sqm with 630sqm of grounds in total.
The villa is composed of a large galleried entrance hall of 23sqm with beautiful woodwork and a magnificent staircase; a double living room of 50sqm, with three large French windows, which leads to a terrace overlooking the south facing garden; a dining room; a large independent kitchen equipped with a dining area and direct access to the backyard; eight bedrooms, dressing room, two bathrooms; a shower room and three independent toilets.
Rare property used as a main residence, continuously renovated and maintained by the current owners. The rooms benefit from high ceilings, parquet flooring, mouldings and fireplaces.
in 1884, in bricks and white stone, this villa was inspired by Renaissance architecture and is one of the finest examples of its period.
garage and additional parking spaces at the back of the garden. Electrified gate and garage door. Separate access to the courtyard/garden.
Set of cellars in the basement including a beautiful wine cellar.Popular address for residential use which could also accommodate a professional activity thanks to its separate entrance leading to a back courtyard, and to the upper floors, via a wooden staircase, which is also listed MH.
Sophie van Cayzeele