Between two hamlets, 5 km from a historic village with all shops and amenities. Ten or so minutes from two delightful villages on the banks of the river Loire. 30 minutes from the town of Angers and its TGV train station, providing 90-minute links to Paris with more than 10 return journeys per day.
The manor house
This manor house was constructed at the beginning of the 18th century on the foundations of an old priory dating back to the 12th century. It is built of stone and dressed freestone. It spans a ground floor, a first floor and a second floor under the slopes of the slate roof featuring roof dormers and oculi, enhanced with triangular and curved pediments. The front door is topped with ogee ornamentation flanking a small window. All the facade openings are arched. Both windows set on either side of the door are decorated with pilasters and a curved pediment supported on the entablature. The window framing, the quoins, the cornice and the roof dormers are made of freestone.
The old chapel
This Romanesque style chapel is constructed from freestone. Having recently undergone major restoration works, it is currently used as accommodation with a large reception room, a kitchen, a lounge, a toilet and, upstairs, a studio flat. The underside of its chancel arch is adorned with frescoes, dating from the 12th century and illustrating the calendar of the months of the year.
Laid out around the manor house are an old barn, a large covered area, outbuildings in use as a linen room and a study as well as a caretaker’s cottage spanning approx. 110 m². The latter comprises a living room, a kitchen and three bedrooms with a shower room.
Two small buildings near to the old chapel are used for storage purposes.
There are various sheds in the wooded section of the garden.
The garden comprises several sections including a poplar grove, wooded lawns surrounding the main buildings, a swimming pool near to the manor house, a lake with two islets, one of which can be reached via two bridges, a meadow, a tennis court and, lastly, a wood.
The first success to credit to the passing of time and the renovation works is the unity of style, with its soberness and elegance, between the outside and the inside. Freestone takes pride of place. Construction has been governed by the good taste and sense of balance existing in the region. Harmony reigns throughout this group of buildings, even the gardens feature all of nature’s charms. These premises are ideal for all kinds of projects especially as they are in pristine condition courtesy of meticulous maintenance. The 12th century has left discreet frescoes representing the months of the year in the old chapel, which augurs well for the slow passing and excellent quality of the seasons here.
1 800 000 €
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|Land registry surface area||6 ha 39 a 43 ca|
|Main building surface area||500 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||300 m2|
Sylvain James       +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.