Detached 4 Bed.House+2Garages+Barn/Stable+7963m2 Plot (501997)
Large detached 4 bed house with attached garage requiring redecoration to taste/updating, comes with a large stone barn incorporating two stables, a tack room/workshop and a good height 1st floor/loft, plus an attached garage, all set on a rural plot of 7963m2 at the end of a cul de sac lane adjoining a bridle path.
Entering the house into the lounge/dining room of approx. 25m2 with tiled floor, open fireplace and old beams, doors lead off to a fully fitted oak kitchen of approx.20m2 with French doors out to the patio. A second door leads to a rear hallway and then through to the attached garage of approx. 45m2 with doors out to the drive. The hallway also gives access to a bathroom of approx.6m2, a separate w.c. of 1m2 and a boiler room of approx.15m2.
Stairs lead up from the hallway to the 1st floor landing with doors off to three bedrooms, one of approx. 24m2, two of approx.20m2 and a w.c. of 1m2.
A second staircase leads up to the fourth bedroom of approx. 35m2 over the garage.
Outside the property is accessed via its own private gated drive onto a large gravel parking area with access off to both the garage attached to the house and also to the barn and 2nd garage.
The stone barn of approx. 100m2 is truly superb in both appearance and specification and in fact apart the internal fittings superior to many houses.
The present owners have created two stables of approx. 30m2 each and a tack room/workshop of approx.40m2 on the ground floor. Stairs lead up to the good height 1st floor/loft of approx. 100m2 incorporating two dormer windows with French doors and small balcony.
To the rear of the barn is an extension/possible additional 3rd stable of approx. 30m2.
There are neat mature gardens to the front of the house and barn and the whole is set on 7963m2 plot with fantastic views across the Normandy countryside.
What more could you want.
This detached rural property provides you with land for your horses/animals and/or to make all or part into a country garden to enjoy in this secluded but not isolated location within the Normandie-Maine Regional Natural park.
Easy reach by car, or perhaps bike or horse to at least two villages with local shop(s) and approx.12-15mins drive to the town of Mortain with its local and larger shops, open air swimming pool and gardens, cinema and popular cascades walks.
The lovely market town of Saint Hilaire du Harcouet is approx. 30 mins drive away with all its amenities, sports centre, cinema, large lake and popular weekly market.
This property comes with oil fired central heating, double glazing and shutters, telephone points/broadband accessible and; its drainage is by an old form of septic tank, therefore a new complete drainage system will be required to be installed in the year following purchase.
The expert was unable to produce an energy consumption result as there were insufficient bills provided to obtain an accurate reading.
Energy rating - Vierge
Greenhouse gas – Vierge
The advertised price of 158,000 Euros includes agency fees of 8,000 Euros