53 miles from Paris and 12.5 miles from Rouen and its station for reaching Paris in less than 90 minutes.
On the outskirts of a village of 1,500 inhabitants, in the heart of a heritage-rich region, this estate, together with its large neighbouring residences, is set in unspoilt countryside, full of irregular-shaped fields separated by hedges and ditches.
The property is located 120 km from Paris and 48 km from Evreux. The nearest French SNCF train station is 5 km away. The nearest town is one of Normandy’s historical landmarks with many restaurants and food shops. The territory is filled with picturesque buildings, the surrounding region is wealthy.
In the south of the French department of Vienne, near to that of Charente, an hour from Poitiers and its TGV train station with 90 minute links to Paris and its Poitiers-Biard airport with links to the British Isles. An unspoilt, undulating region with hills alternating with woods and a scattering of lakes. Several rivers and streams cross through this countryside without making it at all humid. The nature is clean and totally unspoilt. A village with a bakery, a restaurant, a café and a primary school is just a 5 minute walk away.
The nearest town, with a thalassotherapy centre and a casino, is six or so miles away. The seaside is 40 km (25 miles) away, the A28 motorway which makes it possible to reach the Bay of the Somme and Belgium is approx. 10 km (6 miles) away and Paris is 140 km (88 miles) away. Rouen’s town of art is nineteen or so miles away
En Ille-et-Vilaine, à deux pas de l'axe Rennes Saint-Malo, au coeur d'un massif forestier de plusieurs centaines d'hectares.
A 15 minutes de Saint-Malo, Dinan et Combourg, à 25 minutes du Mont Saint-Michel et à 45 minutes de Rennes.
La forêt déroule ses sentiers pour des balades à pied ou à vélo. Un golf est à côté, et les bonnes tables ne manquent pas dans une région culturellement privilégiée, dont les sites majeurs tels Saint-Malo et sa cité corsaire, le Mont Saint Michel, Dinan et son centre médiéval, ou Combourg reconnue comme un berceau du Romantisme, sont des sources inépuisables de découvertes. Enfin, toute la Côte d'Emeraude invite aux loisirs balnéaires.