in a 4-ha co-owned family property adjoining the Gallicourts Nature Park in Rueil-Malmaison
Gallicourts Valley, on the heights of Rueil-Malmaison, the widest-ranging town in the Hauts-de-Seine department, bears witness to the history of France. Nowadays, part of the department’s green open spaces, the shimmering nature park is still home to numerous orchards, the very ones that border the royal Domaine-de-Vert-Bois estate. Several families successively owned this property, notably Joséphine-de-Beauharnais and Napoleon, until the renowned animal sculptor Pierre-Nicolas-Tourgueneff inherited it. His heirs can still enjoy some of the most monumental examples of his work.
The setting and the house are no more than 10 minutes from the town centre of Rueil-Malmaison and 15 minutes from La-Défense (within easy reach via the A86 motorway and the N13). This sector also has public transport services making it possible to reach all state and private schools quickly as well as La-Défense in 30 minutes.
Constructed in 1974, its architecture is that of the so-called “Ile-de-France” houses, with a ground floor, topped with an upstairs laid out under a hip roof. A driveway leads to the entrance to the house.
The front door opens on to a central corridor which leads, right, to a lounge, with picture windows opening on to a wooden terrace that looks down on to a vast lawn. This lounge includes a fireplace. A little before the lounge, the corridor houses a wooden stairway going upstairs and provides access to two bedrooms, also opening on to the terrace. One of said bedrooms has its own shower room. On the left-hand side of the corridor are a kitchen and a bedroom, looking out at the forest, a bathroom and a toilet.
This level comprises a single area of perfectly sound attic space, which houses technical features. Featuring two windows and spanning a floor surface area of 60 m², it could easily be converted to suit the new owners’ requirements.
Visitors immediately fall under the charm of these premises as they look out over this co-owned property, where all the residents have left their gardens open so that neighbouring hens and deer can roam freely. The key feature of these premises are their surroundings, with their landscape, flower-filled gardens, wild woods and views of the loop of the river Seine. Future owners will be able to give free rein to their desires as regards renovation, conversion and possibly extension of the house so as to adapt it to their new way of life and to take full advantage of this privileged, countrified setting in the immediate vicinity of the French capital.
1 295 000 € Negotiation fees included
1 245 192 € Fees excluded
4% TTC at the expense of the purchaser
|Land registry surface area||2615 m2|
|Living space||190 m2|
|Number of rooms||7|
|Number of bedrooms||3|
|Number of lots||17|
|Annual average amount of the proportionate share of expenses||100 €|
Caroline Caron de Panthou +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.