Pretty house close to Paris in a green & quiet area
House • Vaucresson France
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Listed August 2019
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Cupboard / drawers
First aid kit
Good public transport
Suitable for infants under 2
Suitable for children ages 2-12
Pets not allowed
Our town Vaucresson is both close to Paris and offering the atmosphere of a small city.
The neighboroughood is residential, safe and quiet. We know most of our neighbours, generally families with kids, teens or retired couples.
The area is very green. There is a small forest (foret de Fausses Reposes) just at the end of our street if you fancy a walk or a run, or look for a fully equipped playground for children. There are also other parks and woods accessible from the house, such as bois de Saint Cucufa or parc de Saint-Cloud.
There are also plenty of golf courses and horse farms/clubs within a 1-5km radius.
We have 2 adult bikes and 3 small kid bikes that you can use.
If you come with your own car, it can be parked very easily in front of the house.
For food and everyday shopping:
You will find all sorts of shops 8-10 minutes walking distance or 3 minutes driving: bakery, butcher, chocolate shop, fine food, mini-market, some restaurants, pharmacy, cinema, etc.
Local market takes place on Thursday and Sunday mornings.
There is a supermarket 20 minutes walk / 5 minutes driving.
For tourist discovery:
Getting to the train station is a 8-minute walk. There are also various local buses departing or stopping from the station or closer to our home.
You can reach Paris in 20-30 minutes by train or by car. Versailles and its palace are a 10 minute drive by car, 15-20 minutes with the bus. Disneyland Paris is accessible with public transport in 1h30.
If you fancy going further away, by car:
Approx. 1h away:
Giverny with the house and garden of impressionist painter Claude Monet; Chartres and its cathedral
Approx. 2-3h away:
To the West: Normandy and its casinos and beaches: WWII D-Day as well as leisure, Etretat cliffs // To the South: Loire Valley castles: our favourites are Villandry, Chenonceau and Chambord, and there are many more // To the East: Reims and its cathedral and the Champagne vineyards in the countryside around // To the North: north of France with both the coast (baie de Somme, côte d'Opale, cap Blanc-Nez, cap Gris-Nez) and the cities such as Lille, Amiens, Arras, ...
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