Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 9.6 ha
This property is situated in an attractive department of the Mayenne between Laval and Chateau Gontier with gently rolling hills and a small riverlet. Basic shops and services are 25 kms away and a larger town 15 kms, with all its commerces, as well as a TGV station and motorway.
This charming chateau was built in the 1860's to 1890s in the Neo - Gothic period (mullioned windows and gabled dormers) . It is flanked by a tower at the rear corner housing a staircase and is south facing. In a T shape over three floors, it provides ample and comfortable living space on a human scale. The interior is one of great authenticity with good room distribution. The rooms themselves are well lit with several windows. With over 140 m2 habitable space approximately, it comprises:
Entrance hall with the staircase, a dining room with its own large wooden carved fireplace, parquet flooring and exposed beams. A salon with a large stone fireplace with a fish scaled pattern, a second salon with an 18th century marble fireplace, a conservatory with large bay windows, a large kitchen with fireplace and its scullery. A WC.
Four bedrooms each with their own marble fireplace, parquet flooring, exposed beams, a bathroom, a shower room, an study, a dressing room.
4 bedrooms with marble fireplaces, parquet floors and a shower room.
A cellar, and the boiler room, under half of the chateau.
The main structure, including restoration of the exterior, the roof ( excluding the tower), the plumbing and heating were completely redone between 1995 and 2010. The woodwork carpentry is original, except for 9 frames which have double glazing.
The roof structure is in oak. The boiler dates from 2014 to 2015 make is De Deitrich, is oil fired with three plastic fuel tanks.
The electrics are by pipe or encased, and were partially completed in the 2000s.
The outbuildings include a long rectangular stone 19th century building which shields the property from the neighbouring habitation. There are the old stables, garages, the log shed and at one end the kennel and former, dated 2 room habitation. Above the loft space allows for fodder storage.
Over 9 hectares 62 ares the land is made up of a small wood at the rear of the chateau crossed with bridleways. At the front the open view looks out over fields crossed by a stream.
One plot of land of 1ha 01 a 95 ca is subject to an annual hunting lease.
A further plot to the west of the property of 6 ha 38a 14ca is also part of a hunting lease agreement.