Originally a dependency of the Château, this house bathed in light and surrounded by greenery is a haven of peace on the edge of a wood. An hour and a half from Paris, at the gates of the Ile de France, Normandy, Perche and Beauce, it was built between the 18th and 19th centuries, on a plot of 1.8 hectares. Once past the porch, an interior garden gives access to the entrance which serves, on the ground floor, a large kitchen, a dining room, two adjoining lounges, a games room and a billiard room. All rooms are through and open onto the gardens. On the first floor, two bedrooms each with its own bathroom. On the second and last floor, the space for friends with four bedrooms and a shower room. A tennis court to renovate, a vegetable garden, an outdoor swimming pool, part of the land with trees, where a small pond is hidden, a dedicated space to park three cars at the entrance to the property.