A comfortable, 408 m², open-plan flat and its bamboo garden,
spanning almost 400 m², in the residential district of Le-Perreux-sur-Marne
Perreux-sur-Marne, VAL-DE-MARNE paris 94170 FR


Le-Perreux-sur-Marne, known as the “gem of eastern Paris”, is 2 km from Vincennes Wood. An up-market town in the Val-de-Marne department, renowned for its banks, it has been a holiday resort for Parisians since the Belle-Époque as the Art Nouveau style villas, built on the side of the river, prove. With its market, its many shops and its leisure activities, the town is experiencing real economic growth.
This rehabilitated, 1900, industrial and its garden are set in the midst of the town’s residential district, near to state and private schools and just a 10-minute walk from Alma (RER line A) and Nogent-le-Perreux (RER line E) train stations. Paris can be reached in 30 minutes by car via Vincennes Wood or the A4 motorway.


This impressive open-plan, 408 m² flat, with its brick facade, white walls and metal beams, is an old pavilion. Once belonging to a print-setter present at the 1900 World’s Fair, it has now been rehabilitated and modernised. The original construction features have been blended with sophisticated ergonomics and decoration: oak wood parquet flooring, stoneware mosaics, brushed stainless steel surfaces, home automation and air-conditioning. The walled pavilion, covered with a vast atrium on the first floor, is enhanced with a wooded garden, spanning almost 400 m², and a terrace.
The ground floor comprises a vast, 135 m² living room, flooded with light via rows of windows and laid with parquet flooring. It extends under a ceiling going up to a height of almost 4 metres. It is adjoined by a sound studio and an 11 m² sauna. A 36 m² kitchen, reflecting a sophisticated modernity, is another convivial area which, like the living room, leads to the bamboo garden and the terrace via large, sliding, picture windows. It also adjoins a wine cellar. At the end of this level, a toilet is integrated into a modernist-style shower room.
The first floor is reached via a flight of wooden steps, bordered by ironwork railings. Here, at a height of almost 6 metres, an atrium roof and its black metal framework covers a hall area spanning 80 m², laid out as an exercise room and a library. A 14 m² shower room includes a laundry room and a toilet. Four bedrooms, spanning between 15 and 23 m², feature parquet flooring and are illuminated by rows of windows set in white walls.

Our opinion

This exceptional, historical pavilion stands near to the beautiful banks of the river Marne, lined with villas and weeping willows. It has now been transformed into an original, whilst modern and comfortable living area. Under its unusually high ceilings and metal beams, old parquet flooring and large atrium windows are combined to give a timeless and yet industrial atmosphere. The light, airy living areas, enhanced with the latest technology, give maximum versatility, making the premises suitable not only for a family, but also for professional, artistic or sports activities. Behind the protective cover of lush vegetation, residents can go about their business with no thought of the town.

1 800 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense

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Reference 600615

Land registry surface area 602 m2
Total floor area 408 m2
Number of rooms 9
Ceiling height 380
Reception area 135 m2
Number of bedrooms 4
Surface Garage 1 19 m2
Surface Terrace 20 m2
Surface Garden 350 m2
Inner courtyard

French Energy Performance Diagnosis


Françoise Fauré-Audouy +33 1 42 84 80 85



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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.

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