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In the area around Le-Mans, 230 km from Paris. 10 km from two A11 and A81 motorway interchanges. 30 minutes from two TGV train stations, with 55-minute links to Paris and 105-minute direct links to Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle. 25 minutes from Le-Mans aerodrome and another 10 minutes from the town, its old Plantagenet centre and its various events (“Cours et Jardin”, etc.). The 24-hour Le-Mans endurance car race takes place around an internationally renowned road circuit, where the Porsche driving school is to be found. Two golf courses are a good 30 minutes away: the Golf-du-Circuit (set in the middle of the circuit, by the mythical Hunaudières straight) and the Golf-de-Solesmes.
35 minutes from Le-Pôle-Européen-du-Cheval equestrian centre.
The village has all local shops such as a bakery, a butchery and a small supermarket as well as a doctor. A small town just a few kilometres away has more shops and amenities such as a supermarket and a secondary school.
The entrance facade of this rectangular chateau features a central projection, flanked by two polygonal towers, and corner turrets enhanced by corbelling. The rear facade has two round corner towers and turrets featuring corbelling. The latter crown a balcony which gives the old billiards’ room, now a large lounge, an outside entrance. They are enhanced with medieval decoration comprising imitation machicolation and battlements. Most of the decoration is to be found on the projections. Moulded stone pediments and balconies are adorned with the Montesson and Ogier-d’Ivry family coats-of-arms. Facing east-west, this luminous chateau underwent major renovation works 20 years ago when all the roofs were redone with Angers slate, all the doors and windows were changed and double-glazing was installed. In addition, the plumbing and electric wiring was redone and heating was installed, whilst the bath and shower rooms as well as the toilets were renovated.
The outbuildings, forming the oldest section of the estate, delimit the entrance courtyard. A 16th century farm is enclosed by two 17th century pavilions. On one side, a caretaker’s cottage, with an independent entrance, has been renovated. It precedes farm buildings, old cowsheds and barns awaiting renovation. On the other side, the old gardener’s cottage has been transformed into a pool-house, behind which are large wooden farm sheds. The 17th century pavilions are used as three garages, storage areas and an artist’s studio, featuring wide openings. All the outbuilding roofs were redone with Spanish slate some fifteen years ago.
Constructed in the 19th century, this chapel is engraved with the date 1846. It features marble panelling, a painted ceiling and stained glass windows made by Carmelites from Le-Mans. The altar is made of hard limestone and the floor covered with white stone tiles laid in a chessboard pattern with inlaid slate decoration.
The parklands, exuding a romantic air, span approx. 4 ha of imitation grasslands, driveways, copses and hedges. They are planted with various species of tall trees such as lime, hornbeam and oak, rose bushes and decoratively trimmed boxwood. They are delimited by a river and high walls, separating them from the village. On the east side are grasslands spanning 4 ha and a wood of the same size.
The swimming pool
This 11x5 m swimming pool was installed in the old vegetable garden. Sheltered by the old walls, it also has a pool-house.
A variety of eras meet here. The Renaissance period inspired the clarity of this stately, 19th century chateau’s style. Whilst the discreet, classical elegance of the 17th century pavilions is reflected in the smooth rusticated masonry of the framing around their roof dormers. Furthermore, the outbuildings are an abundant source of ideas for potential activity projects in a region that attracts not only car racing enthusiasts but also lovers of heritage. Most of the buildings have undergone restoration works.
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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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