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To the south of the Touraine region and on the borders of that of Poitou, near to an old peaceful village, with a past that could not be richer for such a small place.
Named after an area where ferns grow, a land of springs where the surrounding countryside is crisscrossed with streams, abounding in white and predatory fish.
A place where melon and vines are grown.
Facing the countryside, amongst other monuments and vestiges such as an oven, a wash-house, a mill, a bridge and underground passageways.
These verdant surroundings are but an invitation for residents to relax and recharge their batteries.
Within easy reach of Tours and just a few dozen kilometres from several regional towns.
The setting is peaceful and the place extremely pleasant.
The manor house
Originally an old, 18th century vine-growing chateau, at a time when the region was predominantly planted with vines.
The main Directoire style house is surrounded by several other buildings, including a wine storehouse.
The outbuildings span a total surface area of approx. 1,000 m².
This manor house is an excellent example of local architecture as would have been seen during the era of Louis XV.
Spanning approx. 500 m² of living space over two levels, it is constructed from local stone, topped with a slate roof, featuring zinc finials and ornamentation along the ridge.
The house is composed of a long central building, flanked on both sides by two lower extensions, ensuring continuity.
Doors and small-paned windows are harmoniously aligned on the main facade, providing a certain symmetry.
Vaulted cellars run under part of the building.
The inside has been laid out in keeping with its old character, providing it with a certain level of comfort and maintaining it in a good state of repair.
The residence can be entered on the garden level via an entrance hall, paved with terracotta floor tiles and a cloakroom. A wooden and ironwork stairway goes upstairs.
On one side are two successive reception rooms; one has herringbone pattern parquet flooring and the other floor tiles featuring inlaid decoration as well as a stone fireplace. Double French windows open into the garden from one, whilst the double French windows in the other open on to the courtyard.
They precede a study, with two double French windows, respectively opening on to the garden and the courtyard.
A corridor with terracotta floor tiles leads to a bathroom and a toilet.
Next to it, a dining room, with terracotta floor tiles, has double French windows opening on to the garden.
A wooden stairway going upstairs and a kitchen.
On the other side of the entrance into the house, a large study, with terracotta floor tiles, features a stone fireplace and double French windows opening on to the garden.
It is followed by a vestibule, a cloakroom with a cupboard, a laundry room and a toilet.
Also, a vast, old-fashioned kitchen, a real and extremely pleasant living room, has an outstanding and impressive stone fireplace, exposed ceiling beams, cupboards, two French windows opening on to the garden and the courtyard, as well as hexagonal terracotta floor tiles.
A wooden stairway goes upstairs and to the cellars.
Upstairs, a long corridor leads to five bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a small balcony overlooking the gardens, a fireplace, a bathroom and a large room.
The attic covers the entire surface area.
The rear facade is different but still reflects harmonious symmetry as regards its openings, with shed roof dormers and an astonishing central triangular pediment at the top, adding originality to its appearance.
All of the interior and exterior features make this a delightful residence, full of character.
A large refuge from the disadvantages of urban or, more especially, Parisian life.
Just one horizon that of verdant foliage in a natural unspoilt setting.
A particularly pleasant place to live or take a break with excellent reception and accommodation facilities.
An ideal location, near to and within easy reach of the main regional towns, enhanced with the delights of the wonderful surrounding landscapes.
A character building, given a first-class standard of living, including pleasant and modern-day home comforts, by its present owners.
The possibility of a place for relaxing and entertaining with very pleasant wooded parklands, near to rich, varied natural surroundings.
An outstanding, large property on the edge of peaceful countryside.
1 495 000 €
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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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