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House / Villa
Saint James-Delabordère, Neuilly-sur-Seine
Land 700 m² (about 7525 ft²)
Neuilly-sur-Seine - Saint-James - Engel & Völkers invites you to discover this luxury mansion, located in a sought-after district of Neuilly-sur-Seine, between avenue Charles de Gaulle and the Bois de Boulogne. Beautiful exhibitions promote its natural light, providing an immediate feeling of well-being in the house, which enjoys a privileged location in the heart of Neuilly / Saint-James, surrounded by greenery. Close to shops and the metro, the area is very quiet. The mansion, with 530 m² of living space, has a ground floor, and two floors, over a full basement. It has a beautiful landscaped garden of 700 m², without vis-à-vis. The ground floor, with an area of 165 m², includes a large entrance hall with a 6m ceiling-height, a triple reception opening onto a quiet and facing south-east garden with fountain, and a large kitchen with pantry. The first floor of 173 m² comprises a master suite with bathroom, a dressing room, a large balcony overlooking the garden and three other bedrooms with bathroom. The second floor opens onto a very large bedroom of 63 m² with bathroom (possibility of creating a second bedroom), and opens onto a large single-storey terrace overlooking the wooded park. The basement includes a multipurpose room, a garage (access by a freight elevator) that can accommodate up to five cars, a service studio with bathroom, a wine cellar, as well as a laundry room and technical rooms. A haven of peace, at the gates of Paris. Volumes, bightness and family spirit characterize this house. Electric shutters as well as quality double-glazed windows guarantee optimal energy performance. Transaction fees 3% including tax, payable by the purchaser. Net seller price: euros 9,554,500. Ideally located in Neuilly-sur-Seine in the Saint-James district, close to the Bois de Boulogne, this mansion enjoys a privileged location in a residential and secure area, offering a beautiful living environment, between Paris and the business centers in western Paris (La Défense).