Large Mansart house spanning 200m² (2,153 sq ft) on a 472m² (5,081 sq ft) plot, built in the 1890s in the Bécon le Bruyéres area of Courbevoie. This elegant family home is composed of 10 rooms totalling approximately 200m² (2,153 sq ft), or 250m² (2,691 sq ft) including the basement. On the ground floor is a 45m² (484 sq ft) double-sized sitting room overlooking the garden featuring a bookcase with mouldings, a fireplace and a high ceiling, a corridor, a separate toilet, and a fitted and equipped kitchen opening onto a terrace and a landscaped garden with no overlook. The period staircase leads to the upper floors, the first of which has a large landing, two spacious bedrooms (15m² - 161 sq ft - and 24m² - 258 sq ft), a dressing room, a study, and a separate bathroom with a toilet. Four bedrooms occupy the second floor, two of which measure over 13m² (140 sq ft), as well as two recent shower rooms with toilets. The 55m² (592 sq ft) basement comprises a wine cellar, a large utility room, a boiler room and a storage room. A wide gate provides access to parking for two cars at the side of the house. 20m² (215 sq ft) outhouse in the garden (heating, water and electricity). Good sector, close to private and public schools, Asnières train station and the shops.
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