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Anyone Would Love To Call The Manoir de Lonay Their Home

By Victor Baker


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Manoir de Lonay

Manoir de Lonay is located – where else – in Lonay, Switzerland, a picture perfect place with rolling green hills, purple cows and the beautiful sounds of the nature in the background. Spreading over 900 square meters / 9,688 square feet, this beautiful mansion is a rare gem, a massive traditionally-built estate in western Switzerland, that’s also one of the most sought after homes in the country.

Built by local craftsmen using nothing but the finest materials, Manoir de Lonay is just 30 minutes away from the Geneva International Airport. This magnificent property seems to deliver the best of both worlds, boasting a charming atmosphere, in the peaceful and quiet Vaud countryside, while keeping guests and owners comfortable and spoiled, with the aid of luxury features and amenities of an urban lifestyle.

Manoir de Lonay

Aside from the undeniable beauty of the property’s finishes, such as moldings with subtle floral patterns, fine woodwork, as well as antique parquet flooring, this property is complemented by 2 hectares worth of beautiful and green surroundings.

Including centuries-old trees, a large swimming pool, manicured lawns and a kitchen garden to help you prepare delicious dishes right in the heart of the nature. This mansion also offers a temperature-controlled wine cellar, with two spacious, comfortable outbuildings acting as an added bonus. The price for it all is  17,000,000 Fr or $17.5 million in US dollars.

Manoir de Lonay


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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