The Manor "Castel d'Avron" developing with its outbuildings a total living area of 230 sqm, was built in 1875 on the Avron plateau by the architect Viollet-le-Duc who, from Notre Dame cathedral to Paris City of Carcassonne, has been illustrated in many restorations of medieval monuments. Built just ten kilometers from Paris, Neuilly-Plaisance, Viollet-le-Duc planned to make this beautiful manor his main residence. Since then, the Manor has taken a "cozy" pace where the stamp of its authentic stones is now harmoniously combined with modern materials and equipment. If the exterior of the main building with its stained glass windows and Gothic tower remains unchanged, the interior architecture has been completely redesigned and tastefully renovated in 2014. 15 minutes from Paris by the A3, and 10 minutes from the RER (line A ), the manor is easily accessible. A large gate opens between two majestic chestnut trees on a plot of 1150 m². Far from the city frenzy, the place lends itself to calm. After having climbed the entrance porch, you will discover on the ground floor a large double living room of 40 m² with a very high ceiling, crossing and bathed in a beautiful light sifted in place by the stained glass. The fireplace that fits nicely to the decor of the living promises, from the first frost, warmth and friendliness. On the floor, the tiles give the space a singular identity. The upscale kitchen, open to the living room, has been entirely designed in Corian with Gaggenau appliances and a polished concrete floor. The wine cellar, located in the basement, is visible from the kitchen by a glazed skylight embedded in the ground. The basement with windows and an area of 35 m² is accessible from the outside. It is by the spiral staircase coiled in the tower, that you will then access the upper floors. The entrance is through an old wrought iron door that opens into the living room adjoining the toilet on the ground floor. The first floor of about 50 m² opens onto a bright corridor distributing a large room of 17 m² and a master suite with its spacious and modern bathroom. The bathroom is lit by two windows; it is equipped with a bath, a large walk-in shower, a double sink and toilet. A large dressing room communicates with both bedrooms. On the second floor 3 rooms: 2 attic rooms, one with bathroom separated by a glass roof (independent bath and toilet all cement tiles and polished concrete) and the other of 14 m² currently under construction which incorporates a mezzanine likely to accommodate a double bed. At the last level at the top of the tower, the view of Paris and the Marne is a well kept secret. At the back of the manor, the land of 1150 m² reveals between linden trees and olive trees, a sunny pool lined with a terrace Ipé (rotproof wood Brazilian) of about 250 m² and two chalets with fireplace totaling 55 m² living space can easily be converted into studios (the water and electricity connections were made in 2014). In the same logic of extension via dependencies, a project to build a house of 80 m² (R + 1) was considered at the entrance of the land side street. Plans and building permit are available. The property is secured by an outdoor and indoor video surveillance system. The entrance doors on the ground floor, street side and pool side, are in FB15 (glass "bank façade" with inclusion of an inner layer of carbon). Double-glazed windows on the ground floor and on the first floor, as well as insulation and electricity renovated in 2014 complete the beautiful benefits of this beautiful home. In an ideal environment for nature lovers, athletes and children, the property is located near the large Parc des Coteaux, its wooded hills, playgrounds, bike paths and vegetable gardens. It is also ideally located 5 minutes from schools for all ages, and 2 minutes from shops. The mansion will also be served in 2025 by the Paris Metro at the extension of line 11 (Future Station les Fauvettes 100 M Manor). The rarity of this area makes it a magnificent refuge. Full file on request.