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Near to Alençon, less than 10 km from the town centre; 210 km from the centre of Paris and 15 km from the A28 motorway. 50 minutes from Le-Mans TGV train station which has very good rails links (Paris-Montparnasse in less than an hour, Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle in 1¾ hours). Local shops and restaurants are to be found in the surrounding villages as well as numerous outdoor activities.
Adjoined by a 2-storey building, this rectangular chateau spans three levels, topped with attic space and built over a semi-underground cellar. Its Mansard-style roof, housing attic space, is covered with slate. The break alone was redone six years ago. Lime rendered facades feature numerous regularly arranged windows. The reception rooms are illuminated with through light. The elegantly laid out windows on the ground floor are composed of tall, partially glazed, double doors, with arched fanlights and shutters. The first floor windows are flanked with slatted shutters, whilst those on the second floor are topped with triangular pediments. A central wooden stairway goes up to the first floor leading, via a wide corridor, to three bedrooms, with two bathrooms and toilets as well as a shower room. The stairway continues up to the second floor where a long corridor provides access to four bedrooms, with two bathrooms and toilets.
The outbuildings, constructed at right angles, are enclosed by high walls or fencing and have a separate entrance between two pavilions. The roofs, covered with slate or tiles, were redone after a storm in 1999. The quarry stone block walls feature Alençon or Roussard stone framing. The ground floor of the first building comprises large garages, topped with an attic, followed by a barn; all with cement floors. They precede a small storage area. Set at right angles, a barn is followed by stables with five horse loose boxes or stalls and a tack room. Two habitable buildings await renovation.
The chapel still has many of its original decorative features, an altar, cement floor tiles with a trilobed decor, a shell-shaped font and walls painted to look like marble. It awaits renovation.
The bakehouse and the dovecote
The ground floor of this building comprises a large room, with a stone paved floor, and includes two ovens, one for bread and the other for pastries and cakes. Adjoining is a shower room with a toilet. The upstairs, reached via open steps, was once used as a dovecote. Partially renovated, the walls still feature numerous dove-holes. The roofing framework includes windows to let light in.
The caretaker’s cottage
This attractive pavilion, standing at the entrance to the estate, is constructed from rendered quarry stone blocks. Its roof, covered with tiles, has been redone. The PVC door and window frames have brick framing. It comprises four rooms, two of which are bedrooms. There is a small back garden.
The old orangery
Behind the tennis court and near to the orchard and the old arbour.
Adjoining the outbuildings are two buildings awaiting renovation, with original features such as terracotta floor tiles, a stairway and a fireplace. One comprises a woodshed, followed by a room, with attic space upstairs. A pavilion.
The landscaped parklands, grasslands and woods
The estate’s various areas and gardens are delimited by walls; the passageways by gates and pillars. Wonderful views are to be appreciated all along the promenades. The landscaped gardens, spanning a surface area of approx. 1.5 ha, are planted with miscellaneous species of trees (lime, hornbeam, yew and wisteria). The estate has undergone numerous exterior works for 20 or so years in order to delimit areas and to landscape the parklands as various gardens composed of decoratively trimmed boxwood bushes and yew trees. All water and sanitation plumbing has been put underground and the surroundings and pathways landscaped. The grasslands are free of any tenants.
This property is in a highly enviable geographical location. A large number of major works has been carried out on this estate for almost 20 years and the exteriors have been restored. The roofs on the chateau and on most of the outbuildings are in a good state of repair. The chateau has been renovated and its old decorative features enhanced. The project now awaits the renovation of some of the outbuildings. This property could be a family home, near to all amenities and a multitude of outdoor activities. It could also be given a wider vocation as the premises are ideally suited to the development of a hotel and catering activity, the outbuildings as well as the chateau being symbols of 18th century elegance. The setting is one of its most beautiful assets.
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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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