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This residence is on the outskirts of a village, near to the banks of the river Loire, less than 30 minutes from the town of Saumur and less than 45 minutes from that of Angers. The village has all shops and amenities, including a train station on the line running between the two towns. Angers is less than 90 minutes from Paris via TGV train (with more than 10 return journeys per day). A slip road for the A85 motorway is not far away.
The manor house
The current building, once a church and then a fortress, still bears witness to its previous functions. Laid out in a U-shape, it comprises a central building with two perpendicular wings, facing one another. The 2-storey central building, constructed on the ruins of the old church, is still dominated by its choir. Flanked by a corner tower, the west wing corresponds to the once fortified section. It spans three levels. The east wing, built at a later date, spans but a ground floor. These buildings were built partially of lime-rendered quarry stone blocks and partially of freestone. They are topped with gable slate roofs. The framing around the openings, some of which are mullioned windows, and some of the quoins are made of freestone.
- A garage able to take up to 3 vehicles (floor surface area of 43 m² with a 6.3 m high ridge).
- A caretaker’s cottage, with a living room featuring a freestone fireplace and a mezzanine. This house currently has but one water supply point (floor surface area of 30.7 m² with a 6.2 m high ridge).
- Two barns, both used for storage purposes (spanning a floor surface area of approx. 180 m²).
Vast lawns, planted with varying species of trees and an old rose bed, are laid out around the manor house and its outbuildings. Said rose bed, near to the wall of the old church choir, is surrounded by a trimmed hedge. Near the garages, a row of lime trees follows on from the entrance courtyard. Between the manor house and its outbuildings, a garden featuring boxwood embroidery is enhanced with an ornamental pool. This garden precedes a lawn bordered by roses, surrounded by decoratively trimmed boxwood, and ends with a hemicycle, planted with trimmed hornbeam and lime trees, in the distance.
Everything here is steeped in history. First of all, that of the Loire Valley, with its delightful, old villages, classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco. Then, that of the manor house, the walls of which are still heavily marked by a military and a religious past. Vestiges that are to be found not only in the construction but also in the often highly impressive rooms. Its architectural features are like a signature or trademark. This property can be lived in straightaway and would make an ideal family home, although it would also be much appreciated by guests.
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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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