In the heart of the historic village of Barbizon (close to shops, restaurants and schools), house loft completely renovated in 2008. Accessible by a charming garden of 250 m2 with trees and protected from view, with two decks, this detached house is organized like a loft. The volume has been redesigned, attics cleared to give a spacious double height living space. The large living room of 80 m2 double edged windows has an open kitchen equipped with a bar. Bio-ethanol fireplace. Parquet floor. Support columns with stone walls. Large bathroom with bath, shower, double sink. WC. At upper floor, a corridor leads to two attic rooms at each end of the house.
Barbizon, the village of the lanscape painters
Touristic village half an hour south of Paris, home of landscape painting and the Angelus of Millet. Throughout the High Street you will find the museums of the Barbizon School, galleries, artists' studios, homes of famous people, hotels and restaurants to the edge of the forest of Fontainebleau. Fall under the charm of our village through the seasons. Admire the colors and light of this nature that appeals to the Barbizon painters.
Location: 5 minutes from the A6 (45 minutes from the Eiffel Tower by car), 10 minutes from the station of Melun (RER D train to Paris Gare de Lyon in 20 minutes) at 25 min of Orly, and 45 min of Eurodsney.
Shops and services nearby bakery, deli, caterer, butcher, florist, post office, newsagent, antiques, gifts, groceries, disco, primary school, kindergarten, several museums (including the famous inn that housed the painters Ganne at the beginning of the century) a score of restaurants and hotels, and almost as many art galleries.
In the village center : equestrian centers, municipal tennis, hiking and climbing in the forest of Fontainebleau, stroll through the village, relaxing and French cuisine (Bas-Breau **** hosted Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Island Treasure and continues to host VIPs from around the world).
Around the town: the pool and the stage of Fontainebleau, golf courses, the church painted by Jean Cocteau, castles, that of Fontainebleau (7 km) hosted the festivities and farewells from Napoleon, that of Vaux-le-Vicomte hosted the loves of Fouquet and Louis XIV and more recently Eva Longoria and Tony Parker, and Eurodisney is far from 45 minutes.