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30 minutes from the town of Angers and its TGV train station. Some 20 minutes from the A11 motorway. 5 minutes from a small riverside town, renowned for its prestigious national horse stud farm and its racecourse, with all shops and amenities. On the outskirts of a village which still has its own shops and adjoins a golf course.
The manor house
This rectangular manor house, with its short wing set at right angles, is built of lime-rendered stone and quarry blocks. It comprises a ground floor and a first floor with a second floor under the rafters. Its steep slate roof once featured two facade roof dormers but only one still exists. The framing around the openings, the cornice and the quoins on the front facade are made of freestone. The redesigning works carried out on the manor house in the 17th century did not affect certain earlier features such as the finely wrought mullioned windows. One of the manor house’s entrance doors is flanked by pilasters and topped with a triangular pediment. The rear facade, however, still reflects its defensive appearance.
The outbuildings comprise four separate buildings: a barn with a hip roof, a shed with a bread oven, a building used for accommodation purposes and an old stable. All are built of stone and quarry blocks with slate roofs. The bread oven has an unusually decorated beam featuring the profiles of four heads facing one another, separated by a geometrical motif. The house comprises a lounge and two bedrooms, each with its own shower room and toilet. A third bedroom awaits completion of its restoration works. The garage adjoins the north gable wall of the manor house.
This rustic but haughty property, standing in a nuisance-free setting, is a prime example of the evolution of rural architecture between the end of the Middle-Ages and the 17th century. It is dotted with original decorative features which give it a most unusual appearance, beginning with its wrought beams and the spectacular mantelpiece over its bread oven, featuring carved profiles. Its much-deserved French Historic Monument listing will enable its future owners to take advantage of the tax benefits linked to this status when continuing the restoration of the building. As for the countryside around Angers, it has no need of any label to promote its mild climate, recognised since time immemorial.
690 000 €
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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.
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