This magnificent house built in 2010 is the very expression of the wishes of the master builder - pragmatic and scientific spirit - to have an energy concept in line with the Minergie principle within the framework of a contemporary architecture. Architect Bertrand Counson suggested that the client separate the two annexes, the garage and the garden shed, from the main building, in order to preserve the privacy of the living space.
A peculiarity of this villa is a monumental sundial of René Beguin located in the courtyard which forms spontaneously and spectacularly a place of meditation on the light and the shade, the day and the night, the seasons and the hours.
The second highlight is the infinity pool with stunning views of the lake. The garden is ecological.
The living space of 256 m2 stands out. The living room has a kitchen open to the living room with bay windows that offer panoramic views of Lake Geneva. The floor has an office or stay, three rooms, two with their room of water and toilets and a parental suite with bathroom and dressing.
The basement consists of a wellness area with steam room and toilet, a shower room with toilet, a games room, a laundry room, boiler room and three cellars.
A double garage and four outdoor parking spaces complete the property.
The villa is the first private house designed in accordance with the zero CO2 principle, labeled Minergie P Eco.
Givrins is an ancient commune of the Middle Ages, except noise, nuisance and fog.
The location is ideal only 10 minutes from Nyon, 25 minutes from Geneva and 30 minutes from Lausanne. The railway connects Nyon and ensures connections with Lausanne and Geneva every hour.
Givrins is a municipality located in the district of Nyon in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. It welcomes nearly 1,000 inhabitants.
The refined atmosphere gives it a sensation of comfort without equal.