Reception Rooms: 2
Land: 3.3 ha
This attractive Gentilhommiere or Manor House was built on the former site of an abbey on the edge of a village with all amenities within walking distance, and just 2 km from a town with an SNCF station. Paris is 135 km, or a 1h 45 minutes drive away.
Constructed on the site of a Benedictine Abbey in the late eighteenth century this house provides over 300m2 of living space, and is north south oriented. Built in stone and brick and topped with a slate roof it comprises;
Ground floor entrance with a salon 28m2 to the right - double aspect and parquet floor, a bedroom with shower room in wing.
To the left of the entrance is a living room/ dining room with double aspect 40m2 and ceiling height of 2.6metres and parquet flooring. In the wing is the kitchen 22m2.
First floor 3 bedrooms from 11 to 22 m2, one of which has a bathroom, dressing room and WC.
Second floor 3 bedrooms with sloping mansarded ceilings, 2 storage spaces, a shower rooms, a shower room, WC and attic.
Cellar under part of the house.
This house has been used as a main residence, and the roof was replaced in 1998. The decoration is dated and the electrics, plumbing and sanitation will all need updating. Most of the windows are single glazed. Central heating is by mains gas supply, and individual sanitation needs bringing up to standards.
Outbuildings include a 17th century second house 65m2 with 2 ground floor rooms and 3 rooms with an old shower room on the first floor. The structural work is intact since 2007 when the roof was replaced, however some restoration and refurbishment is to be envisaged.
A further building 110m2 is used as a garage and storage space.
Grounds include land, a park, a vegetable garden, a small wood crossed with paths, a poplar grove , all crossed by the Loir river.