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House Le Coudray-Macouard (49)

Pretty set of 2 freestone houses in a dominant position, located in the nearby Saumur countryside near a small tributary of the Loire. The main house in an old farm includes an entrance, a kitchen of 31 m2 with fireplace , a living room with tiled floors of 35 m2 with fireplace, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, WC. The second consists of a part to be redone on an entrance, a kitchen and 2 rooms; an attic on the whole allows the surface area to be doubled, and the building extends into a gabled extension made into a summer lounge, a magnificent 'cathedral' room of 50 m2 with a height of 5 m at the ridge lit by large bay windows on 3 sides. A few outbuildings complement the use of this property surrounded by nearly one hectare partly walled. SAUMUR 9 km (Theater, Banks of the Loire, Markets, Paris-Montparnasse SNCF station 2.15 hours) PARIS 330 km including 310 by motorway HOUSE 1 (approximately 190 m2) Ground floor : Entrance 9 m2 (3.80m x 2.30m, terracotta tiles, staircase no1) Bathroom (bath, sink, bidet), and WC Office 20 m2 on terracotta tiles (storage room with hot water tank) 31 m2 double kitchen (fireplace with small stone vegetable garden, terracotta tiles, furniture, cupboard) Living room 35 m2 (5.40m x 6.50m, fireplace with small stone vegetable garden, beams, gable French window, staircase no. 2) In the extension, old crossing barn used as a workshop of 5.50m x 3.80m + wood shed - Convertible attic on the whole 8.50m x 5.70m Floor : Staircase no1 Bedroom 1 with sloping ceilings of 40 m2 (2 skylights and 2 small windows, 6m x 7.80m on the ground) Staircase no2 Bedroom 2 of 32 m2 (parquet floor, frame, 2 windows) Clearance Bedroom 3 of 14 m2 on tiled floors Bathroom (bath, sink) WC HOUSE 2 (approximately 120 m2) Ground floor: entrance corridor, storage room, kitchen 26 m2 on tiled floors, WC, 2 rooms of 15 and 16 m2 on parquet floors Upstairs: Convertible attic (approximately 70 m2) covering this part Extending onto the gable, a 50 m2 summer lounge on tiled floors lit by bay windows on 3 sides (8.20m x 6m and 5 m high) DEPENDENCIES -garage of 10m x 4.80m in lean-to at the rear of house 1 -3 garden storage rooms, at the back of the house -Studio composed of a living room and a mezzanine bed, fitted out in a shed. -Bread oven -Dug cellar with steps down GROUND ? 9733 m2 The land, in a slightly dominant position granting an extensive view, is planted with fruit trees and largely enclosed by walls, with 2 accesses on 2 small country roads Retrouvez toutes nos annonces sur notre site INTERNET : https://www.cabinetchevillon.fr/vente/1

$473,000
240
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  9,733

By Cabinet Chevillon

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Apartment Saumur (49)

EXCLUSIVE - IN A 16th CENTURY MANSION IN THE HEART OF SAUMUR Your CITYA CADRE NOIR AGENCY presents to you exclusively in the heart of the old center of Saumur this 3-room house with a Carrez law surface area of ​​88.6 m². This completely renovated accommodation is part of a magnificent 16th century mansion listed on the supplementary inventory of historic monuments (ISMH). It is composed as follows: On the ground floor: an entrance with stairs, a storage room, toilets and a garage accessible from inside the accommodation. On the 1st floor: a large and bright living room of 40 m² with fitted kitchen area, fireplace and Hungarian parquet flooring. On the top floor under the roof: two bedrooms of 11 m² and 14 m², a bathroom and separate toilets. The accommodation is equipped with electric heating. It is in very good general condition. The property is sold with a cellar of 16.5 m². You will be seduced by the character and volumes of this rare property located near Place Saint Pierre in Saumur. Your real estate agency CITYA IMMOBILIER CADRE NOIR invites you to discover all the originalities of this property by making an appointment with your Advisor on 06 81 65 01 04. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr The property is subject to the status of co-ownership, the co-ownership comprises 3 lots. Fees payable by the seller. The property is for sale through the commercial agent Cédric GENET. You can consult the fee schedules at the following address: https://www.citya.com/agences-immobilieres/saumur-49400/624. Estimated amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use: between 1,070 and 1,490 euros. Average energy prices indexed in 2021. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr

$304,400
89
2bedrooms

By Citya Immobilier Planchon

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Castle Saumur (49)

Chateau just 10 km from Saumur Located in the beautiful region of the Loire Valley, only 10 km from downtown Saumur, this chateau inspired by the 'Troubadour' style is nestled in a small green setting. Access to the property is through an alley lined with plane trees, crossing a small wood. Once in line with the chateau, one must cross the bridge over the water-filled moat to enter the Chateau courtyard and its outbuildings. The chateau, as well as the outbuildings, are built with Tuffeau stone and slate roofs, mainly dating back to the 19th century, with origins that trace back to the 15th century. Facing Northeast/Southeast, the chateau covers an area of 550 sqm. Near the chateau, several dependencies grouped in the North corner of the moat perimeter form a square courtyard. 1. A building forming an 'L' shape including a chapel, sheds, barn/garages with attic space (under development), a cottage with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Also, former pigsties/chicken coops used as storage and technical room (pool), and the former stable transformed into a relaxation area with a spa and sauna. 2. Former gardener's house comprising two bedrooms and a bathroom, sheds/pool house. 3. A water tower. 4. Small brick building with a cellar. A beautiful saltwater pool (10x5m), heated by a heat pump, installed in 2023, completes this set of dependencies of the chateau. Beyond the moat perimeter, there's a small wood of about 4 hectares crossed by the main alley extending to the North, and an orchard of 1.5 hectares extending to the South. A bridge spans the moat, allowing enjoyment of all these fruit trees: apple trees, pear trees, plum trees, mirabelle plum trees, peach trees, and quince trees... pleasing both enthusiasts and gourmands alike. Selling price: €1,800,000 Fees payable by the vendor Energy class : N/A Climate class: N/A Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$1,957,100
550
8bedrooms
land  6.6ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Pays De La Loire

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Castle Saumur (49)

At the borders of Touraine, Anjou and Poitou. SOLE AGENT Dominating a small and dynamic city with all amenities and middle schools, this 11th-15th C. listed property is suitable for a host and catering activity. Its buildings protected by high walls with defensive towers with an architecture unique in France offer confidentiality while benefitting from amenities within walking distance. Over the centuries, many kings of France and historic personalities stayed there : Charles VII, Charles IX, Henri IV, the Amiral Coligny, Charles de Gaulle... Buildings consist of a logis of 390 m² as living space including living room, kitchen, study, 9 bedrooms, 7 shower rooms with wc ; an outbuilding of 98 m² including a restaurant hall with professional kitchen and a well-being room ; a keep of 40 m² including two rooms ready for conversion ; a jail with ancient cells ; a chapel under the logis ; two wooden garden buildings ; a well. The Logis : Private part : In half-buried basement : - Entrance with tiled floor (11,6 m²) - Laundry (7,15 m²) - Laundry /boiling room (18,05 m²) - Shower rooms with wc (2,95 m²) - Store room with wooden spiral staircase (26 m²) - Study (14,75 m²) On elevated ground floor : - Living room with tiled floor and beams, monumental fireplace with stove, half-timbering, coussièges, stone walls and wooden staircase (82 m²) - Equipped and fitted kitchen with terracotta floor (14,25 m²) - WC with hand washbasin and terracotta floor (3,8 m²) On first floor : - Landing with oak parquet floor with coussiège and cupboard(19,4 m²) - Shower room (6,4 m²) - WC (1,2 m²) - Bedroom with oak parquet floor and monumental fireplace, coussièges and air conditioning (20,7 m²) - Bedroom with oak parquet floor, monumental fireplace with stove, coussièges, air conditioning (22,8 m²) with bathroom (10 m²), wc (1,95 m²) and dressing (9,6 m²) On second floor : Vast bedroom /playroom under roof with visible beams (64,4 m²) On basement : Chapel (19 m²) Host part : On ground floor : - Bedroom with terracotta floor (14,8 m²) with shower room/wc (3,3 m²) - Bedroom with terracotta floor (18,2 m²) with shower room (2,4 m²) and wc (2 m²) - Bedroom with terracotta floor (16,1 m²) with bathroom (3,7 m²) and wc (1,5 m²) - Exhibition room with stone floor, beams and monumental fireplace (31,45 m²) Upstairs : - Landing with tiles (2,6 m²) - Bedroom with pine parquet floor, coussièges (22,15 m²), bathroom (7,7 m²), passageway (1,55 m²) and wc (0,95 m²) - Family suite with pine parquet floor including passageway (2,9 m²), two bedrooms (17,05 and 14,05 m²), shower room (4,15 m²) and wc (1,2 m²). The keep : - Room ready for conversion connected to electricity (15,2 m²) - Room ready for conversion with stone fireplace and connected to different networks (24,5 m²) The outbuilding : - Restaurant hall with stone floor with bar/equipped kitchen, wood stove and air conditionning (52 m²) - Sanitaries (7,7 m²) - Dishwashing room (7,6 m²) - Boiling room (6,4 m²) - Terrace with stone floor (105 m²) The two watch towers : - Two rooms of 9 m² one above the other which one with stone fireplace, with attic above. Selling price : 820,000 euros. Fees at seller's expense. Energy class : N/A. Climate class : N/A. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website : www.georisques.gouv.fr

$891,500
490
9bedrooms
8bathrooms
land  4,694

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Poitou-charente-vendée

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Manor Saumur (49)

In the heart of a historic town close to Saumur, in a quiet neighborhood and close to all amenities, lies an exceptional residence with 430 m² of living space in glorious gardens of 1,500 m². The manor house is famous for being the residence of a early c19th romantic poet who died in a duel at the age of 22. Dating from the 15th and 16th centuries, this residence is second only to the superb medieval castle in fame, in a small fortified town which numbers many superb historic buildings. The building, completely renovated from top to bottom, stands proudly above the Thouet Valley, offering a spectacular unobstructed view. The gardens are worthy of a film-set, ingeniously designed on severallevels to provide a sense of depth and give shade, with a wide variety of plants and buxus parterres and wisteria-clad walks. the property has been entirely renovated to the very highest standards; buy the finest local artisans. The manor is entered through a fine sculpted doorway into a hallway with stone floors. Doors leading off the hallway lead to two spacious and independant apartments, each offering single-story living with private access to their respective gardens. The original medieval spiral stone staircase tower leads upstairs to the first floor, which houses the main independent living quarters. It includes three spacious and comfortable bedrooms, a large living room with doors opening on a terrace overlooking the valley and the garden. A dining room, an authentic kitchen, and a laundry room complete this floor. The second floor has annother apartment with a glorious and monumental cathedral-like reception room, with painted beams and mezzanine bedroom. The stone spiral staircase continues up to a tower bedroom known as the poet's room, the final room of the house, named in honor of the poet The manor has all the comforts expected of a house of this quality: including a garage and a superb vaulted wine cellar. This property would make a superb home or second home, and the two garden_level apartments rent out easily and can bring a suplimentary income if desired. the town is prosperous from wine-making and tourism and has all the necessary services. It is only a 15-minute drive from Saumur, the autoroute and the TGV, and 45 minutes from the city of Angers.

$1,388,000
429
6bedrooms

By Maxwell-baynes Saint Émilion Residential Et Vineyards – Christie’s International Real Estate

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Castle Saumur (49)

Nestled in peaceful countryside of the enchanting Loire Valley, close to Chinon, Saumur and one hour from Angers and Tours, this meticulously restored manor house, dating back to the 14th and 15th centuries, has elegant terraced gardens and a vineyard. Located just a short 25-minute journey from the picturesque Loire River and charming villages such as Montsoreau, flea markets, restaurants, cafes, and majestic chateaux, this property is a true gem. While the manor's origins trace back to the Middle Ages, its cellars reveal traces of civilization predating the 13th century. The ground floor features a welcoming guest bedroom and a series of splendid reception rooms adorned with expansive windows that offer captivating garden vistas in every direction. The kitchen, featuring a La Cornue stove and an expansive La Cornue island, is a design masterpiece worthy of a cooking show setting. Ascending the original spiral stone staircase, you'll discover three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms, each adorned with remarkable architectural elements, such as double mullioned windows and fireplaces. Continuing up the spiral stairs leads to an immense 2nd-floor loft space beneath a cathedral-like canopy of roof beams, which could readily be converted into two additional ensuite bedrooms. Within the park, two elegant structures await your exploration: a loggia and an orangery. The loggia is comprised of two levels, with a lower-level living area and an upper-level bedroom connected by a magnificent 17th-century staircase. The orangery, nestled within the gardens, has been beautifully restored and can be adapted for a variety of uses, including as an entertainment space, artist's studio, games room, gym, or guest house. The owners have spared no expense in restoring the estate to its former glory while seamlessly integrating modern creature comforts, including a Bang and Olufsen sound system, i-lighting, state-of-the-art central heating with a low-temperature heat pump, and a spa bath. This region has long been hailed as the Garden of France, and this property epitomizes that title. The manorhouse is enveloped by its own land on all sides. The swimming pool and loggia grace an upper terrace, while a grand stone staircase descends to the à la Française garden below, featuring formal box-lined parterres, roses, pleached lime trees encircling the house to the west and north. On the eastern side, a formal garden in an Anglo-Japanese style beckons, complete with a rose-covered pergola, lawns, and an arboretum boasting rare and precious mature trees. To the south, you'll find the vineyard itself, nestled amidst a serene forest. The 2 hectares of Chenin blanc vines, some over 40 years old, bear the coveted Saumur AOC appellation controle classification, a rarity highly sought after by local winemakers. The vineyard is expertly managed by a talented and amiable local winemaker, allowing the owners to savor their own vintages without the hassles of vineyard management. Located just 1.5 hours from Paris via the TGV train, and a convenient 1-hour drive from Tours and 2-hour drive from Nantes, both boasting international airports, this property offers a perfect blend of historical charm and modern convenience in one of France's most picturesque regions.

$3,696,700
428
6bedrooms
2bathrooms

By Maxwell-baynes Saint Émilion Residential Et Vineyards – Christie’s International Real Estate

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Vineyard with pool Saumur (49)

A flawlessly restored 14th and 15th-century manor, graced with terraced gardens and a vineyard at the heart of the Loire Valley. Situated just 25 minutes away from the Loire River itself and its enchanting villages, antique markets, restaurants, cafes, and splendid castles. Despite the manor's Medieval origins, its cellars bear traces of civilization dating back to before 1200. The ground floor encompasses a guest room and a sequence of splendid reception halls, featuring large windows that offer garden views from all angles. The kitchen, with its La Cornue stove and vast La Cornue island, could easily serve as a backdrop for a culinary show. Ascending the original stone spiral staircase leads to three grand bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each of these rooms showcases impressive architectural elements such as double-mullioned windows or fireplaces. At the top of the spiral staircase lies the immense attic on the second floor, beneath cathedral-style roof beams, which could effortlessly be transformed into two additional bedrooms with bathrooms. Within the estate, you'll discover two exquisite buildings – a loggia and an orangery. The loggia spans two levels: a living area on the ground floor and a bedroom upstairs, connected by a magnificent 17th-century staircase. The Orangery, nestled in the gardens, is a beautifully restored space that could serve multiple purposes – a reception area, an artist's studio, a game room, a gym, or even a guest house. The owners spared no effort in restoring the property to its former glory while incorporating modern comforts like the Bang & Olufsen sound system, i-lighting, sophisticated and efficient central heating, and a spa bathtub. This region has long been known as the Garden of France, and this property stands as a testament to that reputation. The upper garden hosts a pool area surrounded by lush lawns. Through a gate lie 2 hectares of 20-40-year-old Chenin Blanc vines, classified under the Saumur AOC controlled designation of origin. This vineyard, a rarity much coveted by local winemakers, is overseen by a neighboring vintner, allowing the owners to savor their own blends without managing the vineyard themselves. The remainder of the garden, encircling the manor, consists of French-style terraces adorned with box hedges, roses, pleached linden trees, and a precious collection of mature and rare trees in the arboretum. A mere hour away from Tours Airport and an hour and a half from Paris by train.

$3,696,700
428
6bedrooms
2bathrooms

By Maxwell-baynes Saint Émilion Residential Et Vineyards – Christie’s International Real Estate

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House Saumur (49)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$650,700
220
4bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  3,180

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Poitou-charente-vendée

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Castle Saumur (49)

At the borders of Touraine, Anjou and Poitou Late Renaissance Chateau, modified on the 19th C., in need of restoration, with many authentic features. Offering 590 m² as living space (excluding convertible attic), the property also includes some 700 m² of outbuildings and is located in a calm location with park and meadows for 4 ha, and woods for 22 ha. Located just 10 minutes from a small town with all amenities, services, railway train station. Within a radius of 35 minutes, you will find many sites and touristic towns, three golf courses, a Center Parc Resort... On ground floor, the entrance hall shows an impressive monumental carved staircase, reception rooms consist of a large living room with parquet floor with decorated ceiling and beams, a dining room with wooden panels and a small living room with 18th C. wooden panels. Kitchen, back kitchen and a space consisting of a bedroom with parquet floor and 18th C. wooden panels, bathroom, toilets and wardrobe, complete the ground floor. Upstairs, the seven bedrooms all kept their 18th or 19th C. decorum and their lavatories. The attics with terracotta floors are suitable for conversion into further bedrooms. The outbuildings offer a hunting room with fireplace, a large vaulted cellar, stables, a workshop and two wells. Around €100,000 worth of standing oak trees need to be felled quickly. Selling price : 795,000 euros. Fees at vendor's expense. Energy class : N/A. Climate class : N/A. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website : www.georisques.gouv.fr

$864,400
590
7bedrooms
land  26ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Poitou-charente-vendée

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Castle Montreuil-Bellay (49)

14-room manor house located in Anjou and built like an eagle's nest on the ramparts of a small town overlooking a pretty valley in the Saumur region, and its magnificent garden made up of an old wisteria arbor, pond, flower carpet, flowerbed French style, terraces and small alleys, letting the view lose itself on the horizon of a superb panorama. The ambitious restoration deployed in this 16th century residence was the subject of every attention, notably the slate roofs with their copper gutters and gargoyles, the old terracotta tiles and fireplaces, the windows almost all double-glazed, most of the parts connected to Fiber, the layout of the garden with its flowerbeds and its pond. The house was designed to allow a prestigious tourism activity and to choose to enjoy with the family the comfort of its old stones full of history and this breathtaking view from each place of the property. (NOTE: it can be sold furnished and equipped as the images may suggest, an inventory will be drawn up at the buyer's choice, in addition to the price.) Made up of 2 terraced levels on the old city ramparts, the garden landscaped with as much care as the house, has a multitude of plants, French parterre, wisteria corridor, low walls, stone staircase with wrought iron banister, small isolated terraces, old tower... such a captivating charm. Descent from cellar with stone staircase. Cadastral area of 1430 m2 SAUMUR 16 km (Paris-Montparnasse SNCF station in 2.15 hours) PARIS 337 km including 309 by motorway (A85 + A11) Retrouvez toutes nos annonces sur notre site INTERNET : https://www.cabinetchevillon.fr/vente/1

$1,369,900
430
7bedrooms
land  1,430

By Cabinet Chevillon

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House with terrace Souzay-Champigny (49)

16th century character house in the heart of a small historic village near the town of Saumur, with its pretty tufa stone facade leaning against the hillside, it is located 10 minutes from the town center and its famous St Pierre market . This 16th century house with 6 rooms full of originality, has several large fireplaces, terracotta floors, some stained glass windows, parquet floors, and other appreciable decorative elements. This residence was the refuge of Pierre Patout during the 39-45 war, who was an influential architect-decorator of the Art Deco movement, he distinguished himself in the construction of several Parisian buildings including the Galeries Lafayette in 1930, the Porte de la Concorde for the 1925 Paris Expo, and the fitting out of liners including the Normandie in 1932. SAUMUR 6 Km (Paris-Montparnasse SNCF station 2h15 on average) PARIS 326 km including 307 by motorways A85 + A11 THE RESIDENCE (230 m2) Ground floor on the street leading to magnificent cellars, a shed used as a boiler room (oil condensing boiler), and a passage leading to a cellar of 11m x 7.50m with a height of 4 m, a former 6m x 7m press with a bread oven, and an interior courtyard. Stone spiral staircase. On the first floor, a 40 m2 bedroom with monumental 15th century fireplace, a 19 m2 living room and a bathroom, On the second level, a 38 m2 living room with magnificent 15th century fireplace and a mezzanine used as a library, 17 m2 kitchen with small laundry room in the watchtower, On the top level on one level overlooking the panoramic garden: veranda, large living room of 36 m2 with fireplace, a kitchen, two other small bedrooms, a glass roof, and a magnificent view from all sides. FIELD Accessible by a path on the hillside crossing the vineyards, the charming promontory garden of approximately 3800m2 flat and landscaped from where the view offers an astonishing panorama of the canopy, the Loire valley, and the vineyards. A garden shed allows you to store park maintenance tools. Retrouvez toutes nos annonces sur notre site INTERNET : https://www.cabinetchevillon.fr/vente/1

$592,600
230
3bedrooms
land  4,100

By Cabinet Chevillon

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House with pool Meigne (49)

Come and discover this former hunting lodge of 418 m2 built on a magnificent landscaped park of 2.5 hectares with a courtyard accommodating 2 vehicles, a tennis court and an old swimming pool to be rehabilitated. This family home offers a large entrance, leading to a large living room of more than 80 m2 with a central freestone fireplace, a kitchen of 20 m2, as well as a second, more intimate living room of 55 m2 with an insert fireplace which heats the floor. Two bedrooms with their own bathroom as well as an office complete this ground floor. Upstairs, there are 4 master suites with bathroom and WC, one of which is over 33 m2 and 2 other bedrooms. The tiles and beams give a charming character to this residence. You are free to refresh this residence to make it a family home or a professional project, gite, seminar, etc.

$479,500
418
8bedrooms
6bathrooms

By Rue De La Paix.immo

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House Saumur (49)

Located in the croix verte district of Saumur, 5 minutes from the train station, this elegant family home dating from the 1940s has retained all its original charm. In addition to its wooded grounds of 2826 m², it offers great potential for conversion. On the first floor, the main building comprises a vast entrance hall, a dining kitchen, a double living room with fireplace, opening onto a well-exposed terrace overlooking the park. The second floor features 7 bedrooms, bathrooms and powder rooms. The second level features a 100 m² apartment with independent access, plus a vast attic for conversion. Various outbuildings complete the property, including superb stables, a garage and an old greenhouse. A rare property on the market, just a few minutes from amenities. ECD: E/C Price HAI: 735,000 € (Price net seller: 700,000 € - 5% fees payable by the buyer). Property presented by Damien TOUDIC (E.I.): +33 (0)6.77.63.48.86 - [email protected]. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr.

$799,100
400
7bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2,826

By Barnes Sologne Val De Loire

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House Saumur (49)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$1,398,200
450
5bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  150

By Lloyd & Davis

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Property Saumur (49)

An 18th century house and its outbuildings built on a hill overlooking the river Loire. A little road, going through the vines, comes to an end in front of the entrance gates and an outside parking area which is surrounded by hedges, keeping the house and its outbuildings out of sight. The house faces the garden with a barn on the east side and two other, partially converted outbuildings on the west side. The grounds are laid out over the hillside, dominating the Loire Valley. The west wall of the property, composed of dressed stone, still features traces of the old castle, demolished in 1830. The clear view reveals no nearby neighbours. A mule track composed of a flight of wide, shallow steps and a flintstone path leaves from the property, going down to the road below. A vegetable garden and an orchard are behind the barn. The grounds are partially enclosed by walls.

$1,043,800
300
6bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  1.2ha

By Patrice Besse

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House Saumur (49)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$802,900
400
10bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  2,826

By Realy Smart Tours

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Castle Saumur (49)

Ref.4213: Charming chateau for sale close to Saumur. This beautiful property, whose origins date back to the 15th century, is located in the Loire Valley, famous for its wine production, its cellars dug into the tufa rock, its history and its châteaux. The region has seen a fortunate succession of lordly families whose history has contributed to the heritage of Anjou. Having put down roots in this culturally rich and dynamic environment, the town nevertheless enjoys a certain tranquillity, being isolated from the outside world by a natural green setting. The main shops are just a 3-minute drive away, in the neighbouring village. The town of Saumur, with its famous cavalry school, is 10 minutes away, offering all the shops, services and tourist activities you could wish for. Surrounded by a moat, the château stands elegantly back from an imposing main courtyard, which is accessed via a majestic wrought iron gate from a long driveway lined with old trees. Built of tufa stone with slate roofs on an irregular three-storey plan, this complex comprises a main building framed by two pavilions flanked by corbelled turrets, extended to the west by a two-storey pleasure building and to the east by a three-storey pavilion. The latter was added in the second half of the 19th century. In the centre, in front of the main building, a remarkable tufa porch topped by a terrace surrounded by magnificent balusters forms the main entrance to the château. The neo-Gothic style, characterised by the exuberance of Renaissance splendour, was used extensively to decorate the building. The façades, doors, windows, pediments, pinnacles, dormer windows and turrets are adorned with finials, bracketed and drip lintels, clerestory friezes, crenellations, chimeras, coats of arms, etc... The interior style is also largely inspired by the somewhat fanciful architectural codes used in the first half of the 19th century. Ground floor: passing through the porch, one reaches the entrance from where an L-shaped gallery leads from the older main part of the château on one side to the more recent 19th century pavilion on the other. Opposite the entrance is a study, followed on its right by a series of rooms in a row, a dining room, a large recent kitchen with direct access to the courtyard of honour, a scullery, a boiler room and a storeroom, while following the gallery on its left one reaches a spacious, more classical lounge before arriving in the 19th century pavilion. This central section features beautiful polychrome cement tile, parquet and marble floors, panelled picture rails, beautifully crafted stained glass windows and wooden shutters, monumental tufa stone fireplaces, a marble fireplace and admirable painted and illuminated ceilings. The 19th-century pavilion houses a vast VIP lounge with a parquet floor, a wooden fireplace carved with sophisticated ornamentation, impressive stained glass windows and a ceiling with closoirs. Finally, a gallery connects the 19th-century pavilion to the main gallery via an attractive, light-filled glass roof overlooking the kitchen garden to the south. The upper floors are accessed from the south end of the gallery via a beautiful spiral staircase with impressive wooden balusters, rising to the roof and topped by an imposing cupola. On the first floor: a landing leads to a gallery with five north-facing bedrooms on either side, each with its own bathroom, dressing room and storage space. There are parquet floors, marble fireplaces, wooden shutters, exposed beams and ornate ceilings. A future master suite is being created at the west end of the château. A delightful small wooden baluster stairway, with Gothic-inspired ogival archway decoration, leads to the upper floor. On the second floor, corridors lead to four bedrooms, two bathrooms and several storage rooms. The property has several outbuildings as follows: A group of buildings comprising : - A chapel, with its porch covered by a slate canopy resting on wooden balusters and its rib-vaulted ceiling, - A shed used as a workshop, - A barn/garage with attic (currently being converted), - A gîte comprising: Ground floor: entrance hall, fitted kitchen with tufa fireplace and wood-burning stove, sitting room. 1st floor: 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (electric hot water tank), - A former barn used as a shed and pool equipment room, - A former stable converted into a SPA area (Jacuzzi, sauna), A salt water swimming pool (10x5m), heated by a heat pump, installed in 2023, A gardener's house used as a shed and pool house, A garage, A water tower, A cellar. Vast grounds of approx. 16,06 acres comprising : A beautiful English-style park with alternating courtyards, driveways and gardens within the château grounds. The area is bordered by a moat (fed by the Suzon river), and is adorned with beautiful old trees (Lebanese cedar, ginkgo biloba, lime trees, oaks, plane trees, pines, vines, etc.). A 3,71 acres vegetable garden and orchard with many varieties of fruit trees (almonds, walnuts, apples, plums, pears, peaches, mirabelle plums, quince, etc.), accessible via a charming little bridge spanning the moat to the south. Approx. 9,88 acres of deciduous woodland bordering the northern part of the estate. Cabinet LE NAIL – Maine-et-Loire - M. Lodoïs HUBERT : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Lodoïs HUBERT, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 792 044 077. We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$1,957,100
550
9bedrooms
land  6.6ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Castle Saumur (49)

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$1,957,100
580
9bedrooms
land  66ha

By Connecta

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House with pool Saumur (49)

Nestled in a commune north of Saumur, this magnificent property consists of two fully renovated longère-style buildings. This characterful property offers a unique living environment for nature lovers on a park of over 15,000m². The main house, approximately 300m², offers pleasant single-level living. The spacious entrance through an elegant hall opens into a superb living/dining room adorned with a fireplace. An adjoining office complements this space. The very bright kitchen and utility room complete this inviting area with warm tones. Three comfortable bedrooms, each with garden views, a dressing room, and a spacious bathroom with laundry facilities enhance this level. Upstairs, two large areas with exposed beams house an office, a bedroom, a bathroom, and another spacious bedroom. The second farmhouse provides additional living space to fully enjoy the garden and pool during the beautiful days. On the ground floor, a light-filled living room with a fully equipped kitchen opens onto part of the garden and the pool. Upstairs, two beautiful and very large bedrooms along with a bathroom complete this space, which can be adapted according to your desires. Additionally, this property has three horse boxes, a tack room, a maintenance area with direct access to the pasture, and a garage. Located close to the village with a Medical Center and local shops, and only 15 minutes from Saumur. ENERGY CLASS: C / CLIMATE CLASS: A The estimated annual energy expenses for standard use, based on energy prices from the year, are euros3500. Contact (EI): Claire Chauvet +33 7 87 31 08 33 Commercial agent registered with the RSAC of Angers under number 951636448 Fees are payable by the seller. Information about the risks associated with this property is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.go

$755,600
400
7bedrooms
land  1.5ha

By Espaces Atypiques

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Farmhouse with outbuildings and garden Saumur (49)

Between ANJOU and TOURAINE, 15 mins. of SAUMUR, in the heart of an important forest massif conducive to long horseback riding or hiking on rural paths, small character property with many outbuildings, with horse boxes, on 5000 m² (4,6 hectares possible) THE MAIN DWELLING: Living area of ​​65 m² excluding convertible attic of 56 m². South/West exposure Ground floor : Living room of 29 m² with open kitchen. ( chimney) Living room or bedroom 1 of 19 m². Bedroom 2 (terracotta floor). Adjoining shower room (W.C.). 1st floor: 2 convertible attics of 20 m² and 36 m². Miscellaneous: city water. Well. Heating by electric radiators. Autonomous sanitation. DEPENDENCIES : - in the extension of the dwelling house: barn of 35 m² (height of 6.27 m. under farm) Vast cellar of 53 m². - another building housing: 37 m² room with 15th century fireplace, tiled with terracotta. Sink. -5 horse boxes including 1 for brood mare. Attic of 70 m² (height 4.60 m.) accessible by an exterior stone staircase. - barn of about 165 m² (6.40 m. x 26 m.) -Stall and shed. THE LAND: approximately 5000 m² (possibility to buy 4,1 hectares of wood and meadow in addition) Divided into a courtyard closed by the buildings, pleasure garden around with old riding quarry. CONCLUSION: remarkable natural environment. Complete and charming built ensemble with many possibilities.

$314,100
100
land  5,000

By Cabinet Metais-bertrand

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