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House Saint Malo
  • 550 m2
  • 19  rooms
  • 13  bedrooms
  • land 1.4 ha

Built from 1720 by the architect of the King, Michel Marion, the Puits Sauvage is a wonderful example of the first second homes of shipowners and private captains of Saint-Malo, at the time of the East India Company. In front of the very sober Malouinière of 290 sqm and around its square court, are arranged various common, stables and a dovecote. Away from the buildings, stands out on more than one hectare its bucolic French garden and its remarkable greenhouse, gathering a unique collection of cacti, memories of trips to the Americas and South Africa. At the four corners of the park, composed of an orchard and a vegetable garden, are merged in this charming green setting the bakery, the Oratory and other outbuildings. Only 10 minutes from the walled city and the famous Sillon beach, the Puits Sauvage and its 550 M² housing distributed on 4 partially renovated buildings, offers a fantastic playground for history and architecture lovers . This charming Malouinière is classified to the order of historical monuments of buildings of France since 1990. Contact Yann Martin 0675988754

reference : 2847 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 24532961


  • EPC : C (123)
  • GHG : E (37)
Localisation : 35 Saint Malo
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