EAUBONNE (95600) - CENTER TOWN
This classical dwelling was inhabited during the "Roaring Years" by two personalities of the surrealist movement, the writer Paul Eluard and the painter Max Ernst.
Built in the second half of the 19th century, this house "à la Mansart" of 170 m² to which is added today a veranda of approximately 10 m² is posed on a ground of 1100 m ² endowed with a tree classified " remarkable".
It includes on the ground floor an entrance, a living room and a dining room extended by the veranda which thanks to a double staircase allows to go down in the garden and towards the swimming pool; A dinning kitchen flanked by a double door with access to the garden and the veranda. On the first floor, two bedrooms, a bathroom and shower, a dressing room; On the upper level, three bedrooms, a bathroom and shower.
The semi-buried basement with a boiler room, laundry / laundry room, two cellars including a diy space and at the bottom of the garden, very easily accessible from the outside, a garage for three vehicles complete the whole.
In a quiet and calm environment, this very pleasant mansart in perfect state will seduce a clientele in search of a rare and atypical property.
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