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This property is on the outskirts of a waterside town, crossed by Berry canal and surrounded by a national forest, between the Sologne and the Berry regions. It is near to the A20, A71 and A85 motorways, putting it less than two hours from Paris. A station also makes it possible to reach the French capital by train.
The manor house
There are two entrances, one via the kitchen and the other via double wrought iron gates. A large section of the inner courtyard, decorated with boxwood, is paved, starting from the building which exudes the ambiance, privacy and serenity of a mansion house.
This building is constructed over cellars and spans three levels, a tower housing a spiral, wooden stairway. The facades feature hanging roof dormers, with stone framing, and wide windows. The buildings in the neighbouring courtyard, facing the manor house, were predominantly constructed in the 19th century.
This residence is completely topped with an oak wood roofing framework, supporting a slate roof. It is in a good general state of repair and its architectural features are well preserved.
The caretaker’s cottage
This building stands next to the property entrance.
The second house
This house has a first entrance, independent of the manor house and a second entrance through high, wrought iron gates in the carpark. A corridor provides access to the bedrooms and the shower room, preceding a bright reception room, followed by a kitchen. The attic space could be converted.
These comprise 16 horse loose boxes and 1 foaling stall. An indoor riding arena. The layout of the facilities - horse loose boxes, storage area, tack room, storage areas for fodder, hay and straw as well as grooming areas - is functional. The meadows and riding arenas are a short distance away. The equestrian sand schooling arena can be used all year round and is of a comfortable size for aligned obstacle training.
The view, courtesy of the buildings’ dominant position, looks down on to the valley and the woods. Horses reign on this estate. The equestrian facilities could equally accommodate a riding school as the mounts of riders who could stay in the manor house, the house and the caretaker’s cottage, with the estate’s dozens of hectares to multiply their outings. The construction of the main house dates back to the 16th century. Fresh air, physical exercise and the contemplation of the natural surroundings take on a historical dimension here.
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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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