international airport : Roissy Charles de Gaulle 84 miles
North Paris : Beauvais
Nearest train station : Amiens 10 miles
motorway/highway : A1 17 miles, A16 12,5 miles
Nearest main town : Amiens
shops : In town
Nearest primary schools : In town
supermarket : In town
Nearest secondary school : 10,6 miles
golf course : 6,25 miles
Surface area : 872 m2 or 0,218 acre
Description : The courtyard garden with a central water fountain
property view from the bottom of the garden
Style of the house : The property represents the culmination of 9 years of restoration building upon the vision and creativity of a rather remarkable young couple from the 1920’s.
Construction date : This unique home resulted from the amalgation in the early part of the 20th century of two buildings dating to different periods – one from the mid 18th century and the other from some 100 years later. These essentially traditional buildings were liberally and flamboyantly restyled over a period of 10 years (from before the first world war until 1926) in the contemporary style of the period by an owner wishing to keep his new young bride happy.
Living area : About 600 m2 for the old house plus outbuildings (2x82 m2 = 164 m2)
Old/antic architectural features : Panellings, fire-place, wood floor, painting, all art decor is from 1926 and the sitting room is rare Majorelle.
Property condition : Perfect condition, double glazed windows, the roof was recently redone.
Remodeling to be considered : No
works required, if the decoration is suitable.
Central heating : Main Gaz central heating, boiler, hot water production, the recent plumbing.
View and noise factor : View to
the garden, no noise
Layout of the house : 9 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms
Groundfloor : Entrance, large sitting room, dining room suite by the highly regarded English designer Ray Hille, complemented by a series of four panels featuring sea nymphs painted in 1930 for Syrie Maugham, wife of Somerset Maugham a Moroccan room totally tiled in extraordinary quality hand painted Iznik tiles, An impressive drawing room attributed to the leading Art Nouveau furniture designer and cabinetmaker Louis Majorelle, with metal work on the gates and cabinet doors by Edgar Brandt, who produced the gates at the entrance to the aforementioned 1925 Exposition in Paris. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom ensuite, fitted kitchen, rear kitchen, laundry, cloakroom, 2 wine cellar, 3 stairs.
1st floor: A principal Art Deco bedroom suite with all its original built-in birds eye maple and ash furniture and an impressive original black marble bathroom, complete with deco stained glass windows and silver mosaic tile details, a sitting room, bedroom and a bathroom, 1 other suite with bedroom and bathroom ensuite, 1 study 2 other bedrooms with 2 bathrooms ensuite.
2nd floor : 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom , A deco billiard room in the rare art deco or read in the Majorelle Room. - originally built as a library - commenced in 1915 and completed in the deco style, 1 other bedroom with 1 bathroom ensuite, (Several bedroom suites that take advantage of 18th C. features like original paneling, marble fireplaces and plaster details and an exotic colonial-) wine cellar with the boiler room in the groundfloor.
Swimming pool : No
Large garage in the (82m2 x2 = 164 m2) Large garage in groundfloor, 2 large playroom at the first floor, recently redone (new velux, electric heating, electricity). wine cellar in groundfloor
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