near to the Ile-de-la-Jatte on the outskirts of Neuilly-sur-Seine
The town of Levallois was founded in the second half of the 19th century as a result of the Industrial Revolution. Prior to which, this vast stretch to the west of the French capital was known only as hunting grounds. In a few years, houses and factories flourished throughout the town in keeping with the development of the railway line. Also installed there, were the workshops of Gustave-Eiffel, those where sections of the famous Tower and the Statue of Liberty were made. Nowadays, Levallois-Perret continues to grow and multiply its constructions, whilst renewing its family infrastructures. But, its most invaluable asset remains, without doubt, its transport network, with three underground stations and a train station with links to Saint-Lazare taking less than ten minutes.
In a building dating from the 2000’s, the facade of which is due to be re-rendered in late spring, this flat spans 145 m² over two levels, on the 10th and 11th floors. Facing south-west, it is topped with a majestic terrace, spanning approx. 90 m² and looking down over the Hauts-de-Seine department through to Paris.
The first level of this 2-storey flat opens into an entrance hall. On the left-hand side, a fitted kitchen, laid out longwise with refined contemporary lines, opens on to a small terrace running alongside the flat. On the right-hand side, a large, 41 m² living room stands out courtesy of its great luminosity, its 2.75 m high ceiling, its sober, refined decoration and its grey-tinted, solid oak wood flooring. The windows look out over the Parisian business district of La-Défense, its skyscrapers lining the horizon. This room then opens via a wide picture window on to a second 15 m² terrace, also running alongside the flat. Completely unoverlooked and surrounded with greenery, it is big enough to take an eating area.
Further on, a corridor provides access to three spacious bedrooms. Two of the bedrooms are bordered by a terrace, the third is vast and bright. The first adjoins a bathroom and the second a shower room. Both bathrooms are tiled and most of the materials used come from Italy. A fourth bedroom has been transformed into a dressing room, with numerous built-in cupboards, providing extensive storage space. Two toilets complete this flat.
The upper floor of this 2-storey flat, reached via an interior, grey-tinted, oak wood stairway, comprises a 9 m² study, adjoining a shower room and toilet, which opens on to the 90 m² terrace, laid out like a garden. Decorated with bamboo as well as a variety of miscellaneous trees, this verdant haven looks out over the whole of Paris and the rooftops of Neuilly-sur-Seine; a panoramic view with Eiffel Tower as a backdrop. A cellar and a car parking space also come with this flat.
This flat, like a belvedere looking out over the French capital, provides a lightshow over the city rooftops, from one terrace to another, throughout the seasons and stretching to the horizon. With the sky and birds as their sole neighbours, the new owners of this contemporary tower, with its Babylonian garden, can but appreciate feelings of immensity, freedom and solitude. The inside is equally as impressive with refined, minimalist curves creating a harmonious home, easy to move around and perfectly suited to family life. Everything has been designed to optimise space and light, whilst taking everyone’s needs into account. The many, vast rooms are meticulously laid out in keeping with the requirements of modern-day comforts.
|Possible number of bedrooms||5|
|Reception area||40.83 m2|
|Living space||146.75 m2|
|Number of rooms||7|
|Number of bedrooms||4|
|Surface Cellar||3 m2|
|Surface Terrace||90 m2|
|Surface Terrace||15 m2|
|Surface Terrace||5 m2|
|Surface Parking 1||12 m2|
|Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses||7811 €|
Isabelle Capmas +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.