Established over and above a gate and at the stop of a shrub-lined lane, this sun-bathed dwelling is in the tidy village of Coinsins in the canton of Vaud, Switzerland.
A tile roof tops the mild-colored chateau, which is lined with shuttered home windows. The common look seems timeless.
One would never ever guess that the property was developed in the 1960s. The house retains its reliable design and style by renowned London architect and home developer Reginald Toms.
The 3 hectares, or approximately 7.5 acres, of landscaped grounds consist of a landscaped vacation resort-like swimming pool, a paddock for horses and stables.
Official gardens with box hedges and stone-lined gravel pathways are awash in tulips. Vineyards and experienced trees fill the remainder of the property.
Inside of, the floor-floor dwelling home exemplifies the character and charm of the household with parquet flooring, paneled partitions and an ornate fireplace.
The residing room connects to the eating place, which has attractive created-in shelves and storage. French doorways open to an expanse of terrace area for al fresco eating and lounging.
The up to date kitchen is geared up with stainless-metal appliances. Contrasting buff and black floor tiles tie into the cabinetry and counters.
There are also two offices, a cloak or mudroom and a lavatory on this amount.
The up coming ground incorporates the key en-suite bed room as well as an place of work, a few much more bedrooms and 3 bogs.
The attic, with its dormer home windows, has but an additional bed room, a bathroom and workshop room.
A subterranean garage can accommodate 5 to 6 autos. The basement consists of a switching room/toilet, a wine cellar, a laundry area, a specialized place and storage room.
Aurore Lucido of FGP Swiss & Alps has the listing for the house, which has a whole of five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The asking price tag is offered on ask for.
A lot of wines of the area bear the name Coinsins, which is about 7 kilometers, or 4 miles, from the much larger hub of Nyon. That lakeshore town, surrounded by countryside and vineyards, has a selection of museums, ancient ruins and retailers, as very well as pubs, bars and golf equipment. H2o sports are well-liked on nearby Lake Geneva.
Nearby eateries present Swiss, Italian and Mediterranean fare. Not astonishingly, French foodstuff is also popular – the France-Switzerland border operates by Lake Geneva.
The closest intercontinental airport is in Geneva, about 27 kilometers, or 17 miles, away.
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