Property For Sale Sainte-Marie-Du-Bois,France

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Stunning Historic Manor For Sale in Normandy France

$526,956 | £404,364 | €475,000
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Stunning Historic Manor For Sale in Normandy France Euroresales Property iD- 9825465 Property information: Nestled in rolling countryside, this is a stunner. Lovingly restored to the highest standard, using traditional materials, this old manor is gorgeous. Ground Floor Manor. You enter into a hallway with tomette tile and the stairs leading upstairs straight ahead. The approx. 50m2 kitchen is to your right and it is a beauty, with a breathtaking feature fireplace as its focal point. Again the floor is tiled in traditional terracotta tiles with fitted units and plenty of space for a large table and chairs without compromising the space. This room is dual aspect and full of light. Heating is underfloor. To the left of the entrance is the traditional cave or cellar in the house, which offers excellent dry storage. this is accessed down a couple of steps and head height is limited. First Floor and above. Stairs made from old ship timbers take us to the first floor where, to your left, you find a cosy living room with fireplace and an impressive dining room also with fireplace or a second living room. The smaller living room is accessed via the dining room/additional reception room. This is a property of several levels. stairs lead to a dream bathroom again of more than 40m2. Also with solid wood flooring and a dual aspect, this superb room provides a large separate shower and a free standing bath with Wc and vanity units. All finished to a high standard, it is beautiful. On the next floor, another short flight of stairs goes up to a substantial bedroom with fireplace and solid oak flooring. it was previously split into three smaller rooms, but is now a 40m2+ dual aspect bedroom with wonderful views over the fields to the front and rear. On the same floor to your left you also find two more large double bedrooms with solid oak flooring, one of which has a good sized dressing room. On the next floor, there is another doorway accessing the bedroom that can be entered via some stairs from the floor below. Finally we come to the huge attic space at the top of the manor that covers the foot print of the property and that could be converted into 3-4 more bedrooms, with bathrooms, should you require additional accommodation, subject to permissions. The head height is good and the space excellent. Gite. This is another independent renovated property comprising of a good sized kitchen and living room with chimney and wood burning stove on the ground floor with a separate WC. On the first floor you find three double bedrooms with a family bathroom and a separate shower room. the space is excellent and again this is finished to a high standard. Outside. The land extends to six hectares of pasture with two stocked lakes. it is flat land ideal for horses or other animals. There is a stone built stable block and another block built outbuilding. A boiler room is attached to the manor housing the new pellet central heating system. The views are superb over the Mortain Hills. Not forgetting a small wooded area towards the end of the land. The septic tank for the manor and gite was installed last year. A breathtaking property with income potential that has to be viewed to appreciate the location, quality and space. About the Area: The Department includes the Cotentin Peninsula down to the famous Mont St Michel; though of the off-shore Channel islands only Chausey forms part of the territory of the department. Manche borders the Normandy departments of Calvados to the east and Orne to the southeast. Mayenne, a department of the Pays de la Loire, is to the south-east, and ille-et-Vilaine in Brittany is to the south-west. The region is lush and green with sandy beaches, remaining very rural and farming oriented. The peninsula was originally joined as a single land mass to Cornwall and Dorset in England, meaning that the underlying countrysides of both are very similar - although as farming practices have varied considerably between the UK and France, there are substantial regional differences today in terms of flora and fauna. Flat marsh areas in the department are known for their bird watching. The region and around St Lo is also the horse capital of France, where the cooler climate compared to the south is ideal for breeding and training. France's first EPR reactor is near completion at Cherbourg and the TGV fast trains are planned for Paris to Caen and Cherbourg for 2020. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.
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