Lille (France), exceptional master house of the 18th C. and its incredible garden.
Old Lille, near the rue Royale and the city center, quiet, beautiful mansion of nearly 400 m² and its extraordinary garden of nearly 5400 sqft. The construction dates from 1736, and was originally used as a relay for the collection of the traffic tax in the city of Lille. Centered in the middle of the facade, a beautiful door opens on a double entrance. On the left, a triple living room in L, composed of a TV lounge, and a living room, and a dining room in a row opening onto the kitchen, with a large opening towards the garden. An additional room, allowing different uses. A central patio brings light through the kitchen. A gate gives access to the garden, and also gives the possibility to park 3 vehicles and cycles. Two staircases provide access to the floors. At the first level, parental area composed of a desk, a dressing room, a bedroom and a bathroom with views of the garden. Three other bedrooms and a bathroom. On the other side of the stairs, a bedroom and its bathroom. On the second level, three bedrooms each with its shower room. Currently, four out of seven rooms have been converted into small studios for students living almost independently. This brings significant rental income. Few master hotels are so many qualities. The distribution of the reception rooms and the circulation are ideal. A pretty gallery connects the patio, the entrance and the kitchen, which brings a lot of light through the living rooms. The decor of the whole is magnificent, with an extraordinary and incredible garden: unique in the Old Lille.
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