Châtillon, a town in the Hauts-de-Seine region of Ile-de-France, is an integral part of the Châtillon-Montrouge community of municipalities, which has 80,000 inhabitants. Crossed by the Coulée verte du Sud Parisien, which follows the route of one of the pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela, the town of Châtillon has a certain charm that attracts tourists.
The town is home to the Biret tower, which dominates the whole town and was built on the first ice house in Ile-de-France. It is possible to visit the Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire church, or to take a delightful walk in the Henri-Matisse park.
Only 9 minutes from Paris, Châtillon combines the dynamism of an attractive area with the pleasant lifestyle of a town near the departmental domain of Sceaux and the forest of Meudon.
Les Horizons is located in a quiet residential neighborhood less than 600 meters from the heart of Châtillon.
With 26 apartments ranging from 2- to 4-room units, this classically inspired new residence rises from the first floor to four stories, including a top floor of attic space.
Designed by Haour Architects, the project is divided into two distinct sequences to make it easier to read. The base of the building is made of light-colored stone with horizontal hollow joints, and is highlighted by a stringcourse cornice.
The first, covered with a beige/taupe coating, is animated by balconies protected by openwork railings with laser-cut motifs.
The second, highlighted by a cream color, is punctuated by loggias and overhanging balconies with metal railings. The final level, a mansard roof, charmingly combines slate-colored tiles with pre-weathered zinc cladding.
In addition to its aesthetic qualities, this residence adds, beyond the comfort of its new apartments, the appeal of a private basement parking lot and pleasant private gardens.