Set in over one hectare of magnificent terraced grounds, Pavillon Sully was formerly part of Chateau-Neuf de Saint-Germain-en Laye which served as a royal residence from the second half of the 16th century, and was the refuge of Charles II of England in the mid-17th century. Over 450 m² of sumptuous living space includes elegant and refined reception rooms, and six bedrooms including a master suite. The property was formerly the residence of the King’s gardener, and boasts remarkable French formal gardens. With a swimming pool, a tennis court and a caretaker’s house.
A magnificent listed property dating from 1609 — Saint-Germain-en-Laye
- Living area: 450 m²
- Land area: 10,950 m²
- Built in 1609
- Total rooms: 10