A 272 m², renovated flat on a high floor, with a view over the Bois-de-Boulogne, in Neuilly-sur-Seine - ref 711931
A 272 m², renovated flat on a high floor, with a view over the Bois-de-Boulogne, in Neuilly-sur-Seine. The Anstrude stone building, listed on the French General Inventory of Cultural Heritage, was constructed in 1928 by Henri-Sauvage and decorated by Jacques-Emile-Ruhlmann. The ironwork adorning the building was fashioned by the company Borderel-et-Robert, specialists in wrought ironwork. With its simple, refined shapes, it is one of the Art Deco style architectural masterpieces beginning as of the communal areas. This flat, fully renovated and restored by a set designer using first-class materials, is on the 4th floor, reached via a lift and a stairway. The large entrance hall provides access to a triple reception room, a cloakroom, a guest toilet, a kitchen, a pantry, a linen room and three air-conditioned bedrooms, each with their own bath or shower room and toilet. There are numerous cupboards throughout. Extremely bright and sunny, this flat faces south and west. The ceilings are 3.4 m high. A cellar, a storeroom on the ground floor and a lock-up garage in the building complete this property. It would also be possible to additionally purchase a 19.44 m² studio flat and a second car parking space, a lock-up garage in a neighbouring building. The flatThe double, solid wood doors open into a vast entrance gallery, the original marble floor of which has been rubbed down and repolished. Wide doors opposite open into the double lounge, adorned with a fireplace and illuminated via four large, south-facing windows, letting in copious amounts of day and sunlight whilst looking out over the Bois-de-Boulogne with the Eiffel Tower in the distance. The floor is covered with strip pattern parquet flooring. The lounge, extended by the dining room, is separated from it by folding doors which, when open create a triple reception area spanning 100 m². It still has its original marble floor. The button for ringing for the domestic staff, positioned under the table, has also been preserved. One of the walls is lined with mirrors which have been there since the beginning. The edges of the panelling are covered with gold leaf. The large window also looks out over the Bois-de-Boulogne. A door communicates with the pantry and the kitchen, its many fully fitted cupboards and units made-to-measure by a cabinetmaker. The counters are topped with charcoal grey, burnt granite work surfaces. The floor is covered with sandstone tiles measuring 1x1 m. On the left-hand side of the entrance doors is a cloakroom, the walls of which are clad in Japanese fabric, and a guest toilet. The west-facing night-time section is isolated from the reception rooms. It comprises a master bedroom, with its adjoining bathroom, featuring Portuguese veined marble, and two other bedrooms, each with their own shower room and toilet. The bedrooms have been expertly fitted with wool carpets laid on underlay. The shower rooms have underfloor electric heating. The corridor is lined with numerous cupboards. The bedrooms are air-conditioned. All the windows in the flat are double-glazed and fitted with individually controlled, internal electric blinds. A master control makes it possible to open or close them all at the same time. External blinds are fitted on the reception room windows.
Anzahl der Schlafzimmer: 3, Anzahl der Badezimmer: 1, Bundesland: Île-de-France