Reception Rooms: 2
Land: 1.84 ha
Situated in the Pays d’Ouche a little way away from a small village, the property is set in attractive countryside and within 2 kms of shops and services with a small town 11 kms away offering all services. The property is within 2 hours drive of Paris which is 125 kms away via the A13 autoroute.
Two brick and stone pillars give access to the property with a small pathway. The Manoir dates back to the 14th century and is made of chequered flint and brick, redesigned in the 15th century before receiving a more significant restoration in the 17th Century. One of the gables has a stone bearing three crowns with no coat of arms. With approximately 300m2 of habitable space the accommodation comprises;
Ground Floor: Entrance hall with 19th Century tiled floor, a staircase, drawing room, study, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and W.C.s.
First Floor; Landing leading to four bedrooms, three bathrooms, an attic of 40m2 which could easily be converted.
A splendid dovecote dating from the 16th century. The base is polygonal made of cut stoneware and flint, surmounted by masonry decorated with backed bricks and lighter bricks called “Saint John”. The circular roof is surmounted by a small clock tower. On the ground floor is a cellar and above is the dovecote with its 1,300 holes and a rotating ladder.
There is an original bread oven whose dome has disappeared. The room of 70m2 is currently used as a playroom.
Garage for one car, currently in use as a workshop.
Grounds: The grounds of approximately 1.84 hectares is composed of a garden and lawn with a small pond. There is a meadow for sheep to graze, an orchard and a vegetable garden.