A rarity to the market, this beautifully unique villa is centrally located and oozes finesseLexie Starling Alpine Property agent for Samöens
A stunning 5 bedroom detached villa designed by Parisian architect in circa 1908 for one of Cognacq Jay’s head employee of Parisienne department store ‘La Samaritaine.’ This property is very much a historical land-mark and testament to Samoens’ heritage. Renovated in 2005, major works included a new roof and connection to mains drains. Located in Samoens village itself, the property fuses historical charm with spacious comfort over 4 levels and set within attractive grounds.
On the lower ground floor, the property consists of a utility area by the stairs, storage area, double bedroom, independent shower room with WC, a television/games room, boiler room with outside access via double doors and additional storage for skis etc.
The main entrance is located on the ground floor to the north of the villa, from which one enters into a welcom-ing hallway entrance that leads to a south facing living room equipped with a wood burner and access to the garden and decking for dining al fresco. From the living room is a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a cosy dining area.
The 1st floor consists of a spacious south facing double bedroom with its own ensuite bathroom. On the north side is another double bedroom which could be interconnected with the adjacent shower room. On the top floor, under the eaves, is a stunning south facing double bedroom, embracing the essence of chalet charm. There is also a twin bedroom and family bathroom on this level.
Externally there is a private south facing lawned garden, a decked area, a two storey grange (barn) which offers infinite possibilities from garage through to games room to sauna /spa or even gym facilities as well as ample parking.