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18th century modernised village house


House • Machault France

    6 Guests  
    5 Bedrooms  
    5 Beds  
    2.5 Bathrooms  
    3 Car spaces 
    1 Car available  
    Primary home  

Exchange types accepted

    Simultaneous  
    Non-simultaneous  
    Non-reciprocal  

Statistics

Listed  July 2020
Views  209
Response rate  100%

General overview

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Features

Cupboard / drawers
Gym
Fireplace
Hair dryer
Heating
Iron
Washer
TV
WiFi
Workspace
Towels
Bed sheets
Fire extinguisher
Smoke alarms
First aid kit
Dishwasher
BBQ
Fridge
Oven
Microwave
Home cinema
Garden / yard
Covered porch / verandah

Travel styles

    Long term
    Budget
    Family
    Romantic
    Sport and leisure
    Foodie
    Relaxing
    Eco
    Village
    Water
    Culture
    Hiking
    Cycling
    Last minute

House rules

    Unsuitable for infants under 2
    Unsuitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets not allowed
    No smoking

Allergens

    Cat free
    Dog free
    Smoke free
    Fragrance free

Neighbourhood

We live in the hamlet of Villiers attached to the village of Machault. It is an area with large farms so we are surrounded by fields of corn, wheat, barley, rye, rape-see and, new this year as far as we're aware, linen. There are a number of families with young children in our immediate neighbourhood, as well as others whose children are now grown-up. There is a fairly decent restaurant and bar in Machault as well as an excellent bakery which opened in early 2020. A locally-sourced food store is due to open soon. There are two village tennis courts and, of course, a "boules" court which is used daily by the locals. Fontainebleau is very lively, home to the world's number 1 ranked business school (INSEAD) and a number of other top-ranking universities so it's full of restaurants, bars and up-market shops. The town was built around the beautiful Fontainebleau Palace. There is a Real Tennis court adjacent to the palace, one of only three functioning Real Tennis courts left in France. It's open to the public and they lend you the equipment. Those who like to boulder consider Fontainebleau forest to be amongst the world's top bouldering attractions. But it's also fine if you just want to have a walk! There are some excellent restaurants in the area, both in Fontainebleau and in the neighbouring towns and villages. Fontainebleau train station is a 10-minute drive away. There are trains every 30 minutes to and from Paris so our home is a great base for visiting not only Paris, but also beautiful towns like Moret-sur-Loing and Barbizon, both beloved of the Impressionist painters; Vaux-le-Vicomte, the palace that inspired Versailles; Provins, a remarkably preserved Medieval city; the fortress of Blandy-les-Tours which is a 15 minutes drive away. Versailles is an hour's drive away and you could even take some day-trips to visit the Loire chateaux from here.

Getting around

A car is mandatory as there is no public transport. We are open to car-swapping.

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Christina

France
Joined June 2020
Response rate 100%
LGBTQ+ friendly  
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