From gardens in bloom and terraces as far as the eye can see to openings into the woods, the properties in the Val de Marne combine peace and tranquillity with the convenience of being close to the capital.
This 87 sq.m (936 sq ft) apartment housed within a beautiful residential block comprises a light and airy double-sized living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a laundry area. It comes complete with elegant finishings and two balconies with garden views.
The beauty of the bois
Floral mouldings, parquet floors and an entrance hall are just some of the Haussmanian features that this 208 sq.m (2,239 sq ft) apartment beautifully combines with contemporary materials, not to mention its beautiful balcony overlooking the treetops of the woods.
A cosy cocoon
Located on the periphery of the woods, this 66 sq.m (710 sq ft) 4th-floor apartment is the perfect place to let your mind wander amid the treetops. The dual-aspect property has a balcony, a living room, two bedrooms and a separate kitchen.
A cosy nest amid the greenery
This 200 sq.m (2,153 sq ft) 19th-century gem of a house sits facing the Marne, camouflaged beneath a 1930s façade. Adorned with attractively painted tiles, it houses 5 bedrooms including a master suite, as well as a 25 sq.m (269 sq ft) annexe.
The sienna-coloured walls of this 227 sq.m (2,443 sq ft) custom house on the periphery of the woods strike a fine contrast with the vegetation that surrounds it. The property comprises 5 bedrooms, an office and two separate entrances.
Garden of eden
This white stone and slate property in Le Perreux, boasting continuous balconies, a spiral staircase and five bedrooms, not to mention a gym, stands amid some 1,600 sq.m (17,222 sq ft) of pastoral land.
Running for the hills
This west-facing 216 sq.m (2,325 sq ft) custom house facing the hillsides boasts four bedrooms, a master suite and a living room, complete with fireplace, all flooded with natural light.
This 256 sq.m (2,756 sq ft) contemporary house stands on the edge of a garden sprinkled with roses, tucked away at the heart of Alfortville centre, and comprises four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dressing room and an annexe.
Cachet in cachan
The curves and fantastic volumes of this 19th-century house at the foot of the Roman aqueduct are set amid a garden of flowers, while its living room is housed in a former workshop and boasts a hanging fireplace. 236 sq.m (2,540 sq ft) of pure character.
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