Vexin House is located right in the heart of desirable, unspoiled and protected countryside – Parc Régional du Vexin Français, (71,000-hectare Regional National Park). Ideally situated in a quaint setting of a ‘typical French village’, of approx. 350 people and conveniently only just a 50-minute drive from Paris.
This charming, 18thcentury, stone farm house is a good size (310 m2, spread over three floors), originally built in 1755 and recently renovated to a good standard. Impressively, the house maintains the original roof/tiles which are in excellent condition and inspected yearly. Also, fully equipped with a premium De Dietrich boiler and central heating system that keep the property comfortable all year round.
The house, outbuildings and grounds (2.173 m2, about ½ an acre) all benefit from being extremely private, peaceful and quiet with well-maintained gardens, as well as, spectacular views of the village Gothic Church Tower. Furthermore, it is not overlooked by any neighbouring properties and is securely enclosed by an attractive old stone wall.
The additional outbuildings included in the property consist of: two old stone cellars, a workshop, a large (70m2) garage, and a log storage room.
- A pleasant, tranquil and private property with lovely gardens/grounds.
- South/south east facing – benefitting from the sunny summer climate.
- Conveniently located for amenities/facilities/attractions (within 2-12km).