In the Loir Valley, in the triangle formed by Le-Mans (40 km), Tours (60 km) and Vendôme (50 km). Tours-Val-de-Loire airport is 40 km away. Interchanges for the A10 Paris- Bordeaux motorway and the A11 Paris-Le-Mans motorway via the A28 Le-Mans-Tours motorway are some 20 km 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, tourist region, 60 km to the north of the Loire Valley, has a mild climate. The weather, the soil and the vine varieties encourage wine growing, local gastronomy is appetising and the second-hand shops are unconventional. The national Bercé Forest, less than 10 km away, is criss-crossed with more than one hundred kilometres of hiking and horse-riding trails.
A village, just a few kilometres away, has small shops, a school, cultural and sports centres as well as a health centre. A small town is about ten kilometres away.
This residence comprises three buildings: a central building dating from the 17th century, flanked by a farm building and a pavilion, both from the 18th century. The main building dates back to the 1600’s. Rectangular in shape, it spans two levels. Its south facade features the entrance door with a broken pediment, forming a line of perfect symmetry. The windows and fireplaces are monumental; the walls are 1.3 m thick. With their mullioned windows, their modillion cornice and their string courses, the old farm building and the pavilion date from the 18th century.
This north-south-facing residence, spanning a floor surface area of approx. 325 m², has a hipped roofing framework in a very good state of repair under a slate roof with black tile hangers. Exposed freestone decorates the tower, the windows and the doors.
The front door opens directly into a lounge, spanning more than 80 m², where a freestone monumental fireplace takes pride of place. The living rooms are in the west section, the bedrooms are in the east section. On the left-hand side, following the lounge, is a vast dining room which adjoins the kitchen, opening on to a wooden terrace. These precede a back kitchen and a boot room which has a door leading to the outside. A stairway provides access from the kitchen to a first sleeping area which, with its outside stairway, provides direct access to the swimming pool. In the opposite section, following the lounge, is a very luminous state bedroom. Then a hall area opening into a separate entrance hall leads to another bedroom with painted decoration, a separate toilet and a bathroom. A stairway goes upstairs to another night-time area with a large bedroom, a shower room and a toilet. An attic spanning 135 m², with insulated flooring, adds further to the conversion potential.
Dating from the 19th century and redone in 2014, it features Pruillé brick decoration. The ground floor houses the heat pumps and the boiler. Upstairs is a sleeping area with a shower room.
A wooden farm shed, spanning 36 m², is sold unmounted with the property. It could be set up at the entrance to the property.
The swimming pool
Clad in Pruillé bricks, its “heritage” liner is a slate colour. It is heated by a heat pump. It is 1.6 m deep with a flat bottom and 6x11 m in size. It has a chlorine filtration system.
The west facade looks out over the outbuilding, the vegetable garden and the swimming pool. The leisure garden and an ornamental pool have been laid out on the south side. The rear of the dwelling, facing north, opens on to pastureland where Charolaise cattle graze with a small wood in the distance. All the flower beds have a water supply point for watering purposes. At the property’s entrance is a stabilised parking area. There is an outside lighting system and movement sensors make it easy to reach the doors to the house in the dark.
Set under the pavilion, the cellar can be reached from the outside.
This colourful haven with a view, set in the middle of the countryside, is surrounded by glorious meadows, bordered by thick hedges and steeped in a magical light. This residence, used for farming purposes for a while, recently underwent works which have enhanced miscellaneous authentic decorative features and part of its original structure. Architectural finery which, with its verdant assets, give this harmonious property a refined rural charm.
The high floors, put back in place, and the large openings in the facade currently fill it with light and give its residents an impression of living in monumental living areas, despite the residence being of a reasonable size. It is possible to move in straightaway without having to carry out any works such that immediate advantage can be taken of this authentic estate just 2½ hours from Paris.
765 000 €
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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|Land registry surface area||7 ha 65 a 2 ca|
|Main building surface area||337 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||30 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.