An eagle's nest above Geneva Lake
- 600 m2
|Year of construction||milieu XVIIIe siècle|
An enchanting estate of more than 3500 square meters that had already captivated the painter Ferdinand Hodler - who chose it from among thousands of others to draw inspiration from the spectacular panorama it affords of the blue waters of Lake Léman and the Savoy Alps - this property is a peaceful place where one can recharge one's batteries in a setting that combines beauty, charm and many practical features.
The main house, the original construction of which dates back to the 18th sentury, has been entirely restored and laid out as a refined chalet, fitted with high-tech equipment. The living area of almost 600 sq. m. extends over four levels, which include a large live-in kitchen with high-end elements and an open fireplace, a spacious living room with an old-fashioned-earthenware stove, a bread and pizza oven, two spacious lounges in the loft, two bedrooms, two bright mezzanines fitted out as study areas and guest bedrooms, a modern auditorium equipped with a fireplace and excellent acoustics, five bathrooms and two shower rooms.
An annex with sauna, jacuzzi and a shower room plus a large technical room and workshop with laundry area round off this residence that opens onto large terraces and cosy, bucolic corners scattered all over the house.