This substantial and beautifully restored farmhouse sits in its own grounds of 1.2 acres. Although it is only a 5 minute drive to the well served town of St Hilaire du Harcouet and other services, it rests in a corner of a small commune, untroubled by passing traffic.
Dating back to c. 1750 the building is constructed with cob and stone walls and has many exposed beams. All electrical and plumbing work has been professionally carried out and decoration has been completed to a high standard.
Passing through the galleried entrance hall you are led to a large and well appointed open plan kitchen/dining area with large island, wood burner, seating area, downstairs bathroom/shower, lounge with wood burner. A oak staircase leads you to :
First floor offering three spacious and light bedrooms- one with free standing bath and an additional luxury shower room.
There is access to another level which is floored and could give vaulted access to further bedrooms or living space.
Within the 1.2 acres, most of which is laid to grass there are many outbuildings. All are in tact, oak framed and full of character. They offer great scope for development. The present owners use them for dry storage for cars, garden machinery, furniture etc. There is also a hayloft used as a colombage terrace.
Approximate sizes of outbuildings:
Hayloft - 50m2
Store and workshop - 50m2
Stable - 50m2 on each floor
Garage Area - 56m2
'Owl' Barn - 50m2
Wood store - 25m2
Terrace ? 25m2
Chicken House - 18m2
Wooden shed - 6m2