On the borders of the old French provinces of Maine and Touraine, the village is in the heart of an urban triangle with Le-Mans (45 km), Tours (60 km) and Vendôme (40 km). Tours-Val-de-Loire airport is 40 km away. Motorways from these urban centres include interchanges for the A10 Paris/ Bordeaux and the A11 Paris/ Le-Mans via the A28 Rouen/Tours, with the Parigné-l’Evêque exit twenty or so kilometres away. TGV train stations with links to Paris are in Le-Mans and Vendôme, respectively taking 55 and 45 minutes.
The Loir Valley, a small vine-growing and tourist region, 60 km to the north of the Loire Valley, has the same mild climate. Together with the soil and the vine varieties, it encourages wine production: Coteaux-du-Loir (with AOC appellation since 1948) and Jasnières (with AOC appellation since 1937).
Bercé Forest is less than 10 km from the house. This national forest was a royal forest in the 14th century. It spans more than 5,000 hectares and is renowned for its top quality oak plantations.
The village has local shops, a school, cultural and sports centres as well as a medical centre. Paths leaving from the village are ideal for hiking and/or pony trekking over the surrounding wild and undulating countryside.
This rectangular, exposed freestone house spans two levels, topped with slate roofs. It has old terracotta floor tiles, parquet flooring, with the lounge floor laid in a herringbone pattern, a kitchen with two-tone, cement floor tiles and sisal matting in some rooms. The walls feature exposed, lime-pointed freestone. The wooden door and window frames provide large openings letting in copious amounts of light. With the house facing east-west, the main facade is bathed in the morning light. Upstairs, all the rooms have painted ceiling beams, painted walls and old cupboards, with marble fireplaces in some of them. The floors are covered with terracotta tiles or parquet flooring.
The outbuildings are laid out around an inner courtyard, backing on to the hillside behind the house.
This residence, once a coaching inn, has a harmonious facade. The wooden front door, with its ironwork and wrought glass, sets the tone for the interior decorative features. The wooden wainscoting, the ceiling moulding and the branches of decorative staffs in the lounge all date from the 18th century. Today the modern-day home comforts which were added over the years make it possible to move in straightaway. The three original flats are a good starting point for all kinds of conversion projects for a large family for example. The village has all daily necessities and the region, with its natural surroundings, is ideal for taking walks in the forest or contemplating the pleasant landscapes.
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|Land registry surface area||170 m2|
|Main building surface area||192.35 m2|
Catherine Boivin       +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.