- Ref. PO-063
- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 147 m²
- 247,995 €
Village centre Manoir steeped in history with many original features and furnishings. The property has been in the same family since 1903. To the left of the property is an old chapel believed to date from the Knights Templar (1100) this is now a stable block. Areas of the kitchen suffered damage during the French revolution. The dining room and lounge areas have timber panelled walls with inset mirrors and medallions depicting Anne of Brittany, Francis 1, Henry IV and Minerva. More recently the German area commander was stationed here during WW 2 (they always chose the best properties).
The property consists of:
An entrance hall,Kitchen with a massive fireplace and inset gargoyles plus a study area.
Dining room and lounge as described above plus a Boiler/utility room. Original wooden staircase to 3 large bedrooms with a wash room on the first floor. Further stairs to a huge attic space that could be transformed into further accommodation. Outside there is approximately 2 acres of land comprising of garden, fields and a wood. At the top of this wood there is a belvédère (panoramic view point)currently overgrown. Outbuildings comprise of two large attached open barns, a huge storeroom/potting shed and buried under years of ivy a stone ruin! The garden and rear of the property is accessed via the stone archway with double timber doors. There is a stone wall surrounding the land. A well and stone trough can be found in the front garden that provided water for villagers and their animals for many years. Without doubt an amazingly interesting and unique property that is quite habitable but does require updating. Oil fired central heating and a connection to the main drains. Well located with a mini market, bakery, doctors, hairdressers, schools all within a few minutes walk. The N12 (Route National) is just 5 minutes away.
A piece of unique French history looking for a new lease of life.