An impressive country residence that simply oozes history with some parts dating from the 16th century, very private and set in just under 10 acres with carp pond and trout stream.
Totally renovated to a high and very tasteful standard maintaining the character and features throughout with generous living spaces combined with modern convenience!
A super family home with potential for chambre d'hote/B&B and various outbuildings which could be converted to further accommodation subject to permission.
The bustling town of Mayenne is just 15 minutes drive, bakery, bar, post office, primary school within 5 minutes. Cross Channel ferry 2 hours, Caen
Approached via its own lane the property really is hidden away in the rolling Mayenne countryside. The driveway leads around to the front of the house into a courtyard setting consisting of the south facing main house, the original bake house and enormous barn then down to the carp pond with the old mill house (accessible from two levels) and the summer kitchen on the bank of the pond. Beyond the pond the trout stream follows the boundary of the property, having flowed through a large field suitable for horses.
An extra field may be available if required.
The house is packed full of original features and consists of entrance porch, leading into the hallway with useful cloakroom with shower and wc and utility space and the main staircase dating from the 17th century leading up to the first floor.
To the right of the hallway is the kitchen with wood burning range and space for a farmhouse table, and on through to the library with parquet floor. To the left of the hallway is the dining room with inglenook fireplace, leading through to the comfortable lounge with woodburner.
A second flight of stairs lead up from the lounge to the first of four large double bedrooms and a 'jack and jill' bathroom with roll top bath.
- Property type
- Plot size HA
- Grounds 1-5 HA
- Total living m2
- 285 m²
- Plot size m2
- 26,611 m²
- All bathrooms
- Double glazing
- Broadband internet