Period charm, in Lille

This 4,305 sq ft manor house in the Vauban neighbourhood is the epitome of 19th century construction. No cut stone here, in its place is that oh-so recognisable red brick. The interior has it all too, including a black marble fireplace, parquet flooring and almost Neo-Gothic mouldings, as well as doors with their stained-glass transoms. And a little quirk in the form of the surprising double helix staircase. All updated in a modern style with quality materials, and an open plan to let in the light. You won't be turning your nose up at the guest house nor the 1,453 sq ft garden either, where you can soak up the first signs of spring. There’s a new master of the house now.

Prix 1 715 000€


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