Large contemporary and traditional parisian house

Large contemporary and traditional parisian house


Jan 2013

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6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9
3 Bathrooms
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About our home

Our house is a contemporary version of a traditional parisian house recently restored. A heated indoor pool is part of the house (but it's not used in winter) and the garden leads to the forest. We have a great view on the valley of Yvette. It's as close from Paris as from Versailles and on the road to the castles of Loire.
The house is about 2700 ft square and the garden 25000 ft square.
We are close (10' walking) to the train station that will easily take you to Paris (about 25 to 30 mn). It's also very easy to go there by car
A garage is part of the house as well as a hut in a chestnut for the kids.


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More about us

  1. we're a family of 6 with 4 boys from 7 up to 15

  2. my wife is an artist (here's her work : and I'm an airline pilot

  3. we love outdoor activities

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Try the Gramophone in Orsay. There is often live jazz
Cool bars
Go to Paris and you won't be able to have as many drinks as there are good bars
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
Paris is known for it´s fashion shops. Bring an empty suitcase
Bit of culture
Instead of going to the Louvre, go to the Orsay muséum
Walks in the park
Many forests and castles around
Spot of exercise
best place to climb in the Paris area
Day tripping
castle of Loire, Versailles, Giverny (house of Monet) and of course Paris

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