1 350 000 €

Type of property House
Area 303 m2
Room(s) 8
Exterior Terrasse, jardin
Current Art Nouveau
Condition To live in
Reference AP225

Its period charm
Its lush garden
Its outbuildings


Architecture at the end of the 19th century, this exceptional property composed of several buildings on a plot of 1,800 m2 including a magnificent mansion of 303 m2, is ideally located in the center of the charming village of Morigny-Champigny, a stone's throw from Etampes, and just one hour from Paris.

Raised on three levels, the main house with symmetrical bays is surrounded by its magnificent landscaped garden. Perfectly maintained, all the original elements have been preserved and enhanced. Behind its original wooden door, the entrance is discovered with its checkered paving which sets the tone. The spacious living room with classic codes dressed in its original Hungarian point parquet flooring opens onto the garden and its south-facing terrace. Two marble fireplaces face each other and draw the axis between the living room and the dining room. The independent and recently renovated kitchen plays on contrasts with its black granite worktop and its old terracotta floor tiles. It gives direct access to the garden and faces the old stable now converted into a workshop. This outbuilding, still in its original condition, also houses a garage and a 90 m2 house that could be renovated. Accessed by the original staircase with wrought iron railings, the upper floors accommodate the sleeping area. On the first floor, the landing distributes four comfortable bedrooms including a master suite with shower room and a second bathroom. On the second floor, four bedrooms share a bathroom and a kitchenette. The basement, perfectly arranged in several spaces, reveals a majestic wine cellar with a vaulted ceiling covered with herringbone bricks. Finally, the garden, a veritable green setting, is planted with various species, including a sumptuous hundred-year-old chestnut tree. The small gravelled alleys lead to the old kennel as well as to the original greenhouse which, after a careful restoration, will regain its former grace. Two vehicles can park in the courtyard and another in the garage.

A bourgeois and family residence with poetic charm