on the left bank of the Rhone in Lyon’s 6th arrondissement
This exceptional flat is on one of the most beautiful avenues in the city of Lyon, its wealth of history dating back over 2,000 years. Bordered by plane trees in the midst of a residential area composed of mansion houses as well as middle-class homes, reflecting the style of Monceau Park, and neighbouring shopping streets, this wonderful address is further enhanced by numerous nearby good state and private schools as well as the entrance to Tête-d'Or Park.
Part-Dieu TGV train station, 5 minutes away, provides 2-hour links to Paris and 1½-hour links to Marseille amongst other places. The Rhônexpress tramway goes directly from the train station to Lyon-Saint-Exupery international airport. Access to various motorways such as the A7, A42 or A89 is also easy.
The vestibule provides access to a monumental stairway just a short distance from a period lift. This flat takes up the first floor above a raised mezzanine. A carved, wooden entrance door opens into a square entrance hall leading, in turn, to a wide gallery, some 17 m long, which gives access to virtually all of the rooms. Inlaid in the walls on either side, four large paintings depict the four seasons in the style of Antoine-Watteau. Each of the two large lounges, with their three immense double windows, open on to a terrace which guarantees the quality of the luminosity. One of the terraces has a unique and stunning view over the park. This property, with its comfortably high ceilings, comprises five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a shower room, four toilets, three of which are separate, and a dining room. A laundry room, the kitchen, with its two large windows, and its back door complete this vast home. This flat still has its main historic features as does the facade, its rendering having been redone in 2017 under the supervision of architects from “Bâtiments de France”.
A small flat on the top floor with a shower room and a toilet, spans a floor surface area of approx. 47 m², measured in accordance with the French Carrez law. A dressing room and its large corner cupboards is in each of the two rooms facing the park.
A potential studio flat, with two small rooms, spanning a surface area of 25 m², measured in accordance with the French Carrez law, is currently used as attic space on the top floor. The floor is covered with terracotta tiles.
A double garage, part of the old stables, spans a surface area of 26 m². It is on the park side.
A small storage room spanning approx. 3 m², located near the caretaker’s lodge, also comes with the flat.
Two cellars, with packed mud and gravel floors, span a total surface area of approx. 49 m². They can be reached via the back stairway or via the back door.
The caretaker’s lodge is part of the co-owned property’s communal areas, a quarter of which is assigned to the flat. It spans two levels and has a large cellar in the basement.
It can but be a privilege to live facing Tête-d'Or Park, the city’s green lung. As of dawn, just as the city is coming to life but peace and quiet still reign, it is very soothing to be able to take exercise or go for a stroll using a private entrance. This flat is a pearl waiting to be polished, enhanced and embellished, its spacious rooms having kept all of their authenticity.
This is, without doubt, one of those addresses worth keeping in mind.
|Land registry surface area||2186 m2|
|Reception area||92 m2|
|Living space||315 m2|
|Number of rooms||9|
|Number of bedrooms||5|
Patrice Besse +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.