An apartment of generous proportions and undeniable charm its rooms are disposed around an entrance hall, home to an upright piano and a Helvetia treadle sewing machine.
To one side a reception room clad in its original panelling; a relaxing sun lounge reminiscent of the belle époque era; a living room complete with an ornamental fireplace and flanked by a magnificent Edwardian style tiled terrace, where it’s as much a pleasure to work as to dine in the shade of a chestnut tree.
And on the other side, a suite of three adjoining bedrooms one of which, originally a smoking room, has a balcony with a short flight of steps leading down to the garden. A fourth bedroom includes a desk and an adjoining shower.
Description: Large living room with terrace, a dining room with sun lounge, four bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms.
No. of beds: 3 doubles (160 x 200 cm) and 1 single (90 x 200 cm)
Amenities: Complete and up-to-date, these encompass quality bed linen (duvets, pillows), bath towels, a comprehensive set of tableware, kitchenware and electric appliances including a dishwasher, TV/Wi-Fi, curtains, carpets, pictures and plants. An in-house laundry room is available as well as an on-site parking space.
Salient feature: A delightful and unique setting.
Minimum lease: 3 months (thereafter the lease is renewable month by month)
Leasing information: To simplify your stay and to relieve you of a number of associated administrative requirements, please note that all invoices concerning such matters as electricity, heating and water consumption, Swisscom TV, the Internet and telephone land line, fire insurance, concierge service and garden upkeep are handled directly by the landlord and, irrespective of the season, the relevant costs are covered by the monthly rental shown below. Costs arising from the apartment’s end-of-lease revision are also covered as well as the provision of fresh bed linen every two weeks. Naturally, during your stay, you as tenant are responsible for the day-to-day upkeep of the apartment.
Photo © Pierre Boss