Villa in Saint-Trojan-les-Bains, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
House / Villa on the Ile d'Oléron "La Belle Epoque" seaside architecture
115172AKR17 - A unique villa on the Ile d'Oleron, built in 1900 by a Franco-American couple Paul Emile Vaquerel, wine merchant, and Elizabeth Sherwood from New Yorker, who wanted to settle in St Trojan and built L'Oasis, a Nornandy chalet with exposed half-timbering and brick walls.with Its overhanging roof is structured by a wooden corset.
It is part of the " Belle Epoque" seaside architecture, rare for its Norman style on the Ile d'Oléron and the region.
- One hour by car from La Rochelle airport and one hour from the A10 motorway exit of Saintes and 8 minutes from the plage du Gatseau.
A few steps away from the bicycle path, the forest an 10 minutes walk the Petite Plage.
Close to the centre of St Trojan and all amenities, bakery, covered market, shops and pharmacy.
It is composed on the ground floor of an entrance hall, a living room with a fireplace, a dining room with parquet floor, a kitchen with a fireplace insert, a shower room, a separate toilet, a scullery, a bedroom and a spacious veranda overlooking a beautiful wooded grounds of 746 m² closed.
Upstairs 3 bedrooms, one with terrace overlooking the ocean and on with built-in cupboard.
A basement 3 part, cellar, garage, and boiler room.
Saint-Trojan-les-Bains, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France