Reception Rooms: 6
Land: 3.5 ha
Near Fontainebleau, Moret-sur-Loing & Nemours, this charming Mill for sale is set in a rural environment, in a region famous for equestrian activities, golf courses and french cuisine. Outbuildings include a former barn converted into a large reception room, caretaker’s & a long inner courtyard. Near a town with all amenities, the property is ideally situated, within 1 hr drive South of Paris.
The Mill, perpendicular to the river, its 2 wings and the outbuildings facing the main accommodation form a paved courtyard of approximately 350 m2. At the back of the main accommodation, buildings include the main entrance of the house and a shed. In the centre, there is a also a dovecote with a rooster shaped weather vane on top.
Floors of the reception rooms & corridors are tiled with “Gallo Roman” Burgundy stones. The kitchen has inlaid floor decorations & the bathrooms tiled floors. The bedrooms have parquet flooring or carpet.
The Mill (550 m2);
Ground floor: large entrance with a staircase leading to the upper floors, fully equipped kitchen opening onto the study, linen room and boiler room. A large reception room (100 m2 with 6 m ceiling height), on 2 floors, comprises a dining room with a large stone fireplace, a 3 floors tower, living room with glass floor and views of the canal underneath. The rooms & kitchen, with double french windows, open onto the large courtyard.
Set at right angles, a separate accommodation (150 m2) on 2 floors comprises living room, a bathroom on the ground floor and a large bedroom on the first floor.
First floor: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. A gallery with an oak handrail overlooks the living room and leads to the master bedroom (64 m2) which has an ensuite bathroom, jacuzzi & dressing room.
Second floor: large play room (80 m2), bathroom, attic space and on the mezzanine level there is a living room, bedroom & bathroom.
U-shaped outbuildings, formerly used as sheds and stables, are converted into a reception space with a large room (100 people capacity, on the ground floor), a caretaker’s kitchen and an inner courtyard. There is also remains of a 12th C. fort tower.
The property is set in 3,5 ha of land with lawn, meadows and woods, entire led enclosed by walls or wire fences. The property has a small trout river (1st category) forming cascades and small islets, planted with trees. There is also a stone built by-pass canal which supplies the water to the former mill wheel.