Mansion property in the center of Begnins village
Price upon request
This end of 19th Century mansion property stands on a plot of 13,292 sq m in the middle of wooded grounds of 12,500 sq m which provide the domain with an unmatched living environment.The property was comprehensively updated in 1960. The architect undertook to restore the entire building so as to adapt it to 20th Century comfort and lifestyle. This restauration gave a new lease of life to an outstanding property, integrating into it the requirements of a modern family, yet retaining the original character and the architectural quality of the buildings. The main building has two levels and a generous living area of some 550 sq m. The under-roof level is to be fitted out and could add significantly to the available space. On the ground floor, through the magnificent hall, one enters into spacious and sumptuous receptions rooms all facing the lake and with access to the terrace and grounds. This level includes a fully equipped kitchen and a dining room. The first floor has been entirely reconfigured to the owners’ requirements and includes the master bedroom, sitting room, bathroom and large dressing room. On this floor is another bedroom with bathroom, two offices of 30 sq m each and a walkway providing further living space and overlooking the downstairs reception room. The top floor under-roof has been partly fitted out with a bedroom, bathroom and an office which could become a small bedroom. The excavated basement has several rooms and an air-conditioned wine cellar. In addition, there is a triple garage with storage space for firewood and a greenhouse. Adjoining the main building is a separate dwelling of 75 sq m for staff with main laundry, sitting room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. A heated pool with pool house is set in the middle of the property. This dwelling would be ideal for those in search of a character period-building unique in the Lake Léman region. The property includes a second plot of 7,668 sq m alongside it to the West. The plots are separated by a public pedestrian path. This second plot is in an unbuildable zone.