This property, in a hamlet in the midst of a forest, ten or so minutes from two character towns and a village with all shops and amenities, is also twenty minutes from Saumur and forty minutes from Angers. The A85 motorway is 10 km away.
This rectangular building is constructed from quarry stone blocks, covered with lime rendering. It comprises a ground and a first floor with a second floor under the slate gable roof. The facade side of the roof, the slate tiles of which have been positioned using nails, features two roof dormers, one topped with a finial. Freestone has been used for the framing around the openings, the window mullions, the quoins, the roof dormers and the “rondelis” (stone edging that rises above the roof). The door in the centre of the main facade is flanked by voussures adorned on the sides with columns featuring leafy capitals. It is topped with a protruding arched cornice and a tree of life. Sculpted chimeras end each of the “rondelis”.
The outbuilding used as accommodation
This outbuilding spans two levels and its gable roof is covered with local tiles. It has a total of 100 m² of living space. The ground floor comprises a large living room featuring a wood-burning stove, a bedroom, a toilet, a bathroom and a boiler room. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one of which has its own shower room, and a separate toilet.
The other outbuilding
The other outbuilding, spanning approx. 110 m², is divided into two areas. These comprise a room with a freestone fireplace and a barn used for storage purposes.
The garden has two separate areas. A first garden bordered on two sides by the entrance courtyard and the outbuilding and walled on the other two, including a low wall separating it from the forest. This garden, laid to lawn, is planted with shrubs, rosebushes and boxwood. A section, at the back of the residence, comprising a landscaped courtyard, with a terrace area and a lawn area, is completely walled, with a gate opening directly into the forest.
The priors that lived here have left a sober, elegant residence, the character of which has not been eroded over the years. It is particularly rare and touching to have 15th century frescoes in one’s home. These frescoes do not just feature the main motifs of popular piety, they also provide a glimpse of subtly coloured plant decor. Other architectural and decorative features, scrupulously respected during the restoration works, are a pleasure to the eye. A first outbuilding increases an accommodation capacity that a second outbuilding could develop still further. The surrounding forests are an invitation to take a stroll and a guarantee of tranquillity.
515 000 €
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Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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|Land registry surface area||2539 m2|
|Main building surface area||245 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||100 m2|
Sylvain James       +33 1 42 84 80 85
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.