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Castle 1
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Castle Laval (53)

In the Pays de la Loire region, 15 minutes from Laval, on over 16 ha, a striking 18th century listed castle, fully restored. A long driveway, bordered by trees and crossing the parkland’s grasslands and woods, leads from the village to the property. Entrance gates open on to a very wide courtyard, partially surrounded by a dry moat and laid out in front of the chateau’s regular, elegant facade. The outbuildings, set out around the courtyard, comprise stables, a dovecote, pigsties, a barn, a small corner pavilion, a caretaker’s cottage and, lastly, a chapel. A central parterre, displaying its original design, takes up a large section of the courtyard in front of the chateau. A copse of very old trees stands to one side. A regular, terraced, back garden, reached via granite steps, looks down on to the rear of the chateau. The first castle dated from medieval times. In the 16th century, its status was raised to that of a “châtellenie” (an officially recognised castle and its land). All that remains of these eras are the dovecote, the chapel as well as the castle’s two pavilions. At the beginning of the 18th century, these two pavilions were connected by a vast building. The chateau, the outbuildings and parklands underwent major restoration works in 2010. A good number of these features are now protected with French Historic Monument listing (by order dated 13 March 1989): the chateau and the chapel; the dovecote facades and roofs; the perimeter wall with its moat and its support walls; the facades and roof of the little, 18th century corner pavilion; the garden with its fencing and its towers as well as the shelter over the central well; the wood and, lastly, the large alleyways in the parklands. Nowadays economic activities, notably linked to culture and events, are held by the current owners. But the potential of the buildings, not all actually in use, and the existing parklands which extend over a total of more than 16 hectares, make it possible to envisage other development possibilities, especially as the town of Laval is near and Paris and Rennes are within easy reach.

€2,990,000
700
6bedrooms
land  16.9ha

By Patrice Besse

Property 2
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Property Laval (53)

This property is located in Mayenne, 30 minutes from Laval, 60 km from Le Mans and 250 km from Paris, near a village with all amenities and close to the motorway junction. This listed manor house presents a surface area of 380 sq.m. Built in 1522, it stands as a very beautiful example of skillfully restored regional architecture. Access is via a granite spiral staircase, which serves four floors (reception areas, two floors of bedrooms and a small watch room). Many original elements have been preserved, such as fireplaces, the spiral staircase, terracotta tiles, lime plaster, doors and high ceilings. A long building of 370 sq.m, entirely restored in a contemporary spirit at the foot of the tower, houses a workshop/show room, a large living room with fireplace, a bathroom, two rooms which can be used as bedrooms, a bathroom, a cellar and a garage. Upstairs, you will find an office, a living room and a room that can also be transformed into a bedroom. Opposite this is an outbuilding offering of approximately 300 sq.m on two levels (in need of renovation). There is also a barn and another small outbuilding. It all sits on over 18 hectares featuring beautiful bridle paths, woods, a 3-hectare pond, an orchard, meadows, a landscaped garden and lush and wild nature. Truly enchanting.

€1,696,000
750
6bedrooms
land  18ha

By Emile Garcin - Proprietes & Chateaux

Apartment 3
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Apartment Laval (53)

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

€884,000
1,115

By The Door Man France

Manor 4
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13

Manor Laval (53)

Ref. 3835: beautiful listed property for sale in upper Loire Valley. Located in the east of the Mayenne, this exceptional manor house benefits from a pleasant situation. Access is by a path planted with lime trees, which crosses the woods. The small town, 2 km away, has all the main shops and services (bakery, butcher's shop, supermarket, hairdresser, pharmacy...) as well as an elementary school. A TGV station 25 km away connects Paris in 1h15. The highway is 4 km away. This manor house, entirety listed, dates from the end of the 15th and the beginning of the 16th century and has about 380 sqm of living space. It has preserved many decorative elements and has benefited from a restoration of a rare quality almost completed. It includes : -On the ground floor: entrance by the granite spiral staircase, as in the original, living room with a monumental fireplace, kitchen, bathroom with toilet, storeroom. -On the mezzanine floor: landing giving access to a bedroom tiled with small terracotta tiles, fireplace and exposed beams, comfortable shower room. -On the first floor: corridor leading to two magnificent bedrooms with double exposure, beautiful monumental fireplaces, a bathroom with functional fireplace, laundry space, separate toilet. -On the second floor: a large cathedral room in terracotta tiles under the immense attic discovering a magnificent exposed framework, panelled in chestnut and an office/library in its extension. -Above: a small room, also panelled, with access by a narrow staircase cut into the masonry, formerly used as a watchtower. It is simply rare to see such research, such a result, such a personal and material investment to accomplish a restoration of this quality. The outbuildings include: To the east of the manor house: a lovely, completely restored lodge of 370 sqm with a waxed concrete floor, large glass opening, used as a workshop and office and easily convertible into a dwelling. It includes: a large main room with a ceiling, crowned by a gallery, with a large Louis XV marble fireplace, two workrooms with a sink, a shower room with toilet, a storeroom and garages. On the first floor: glazed office with view on the main room below, living room, landing, laundry room, room used as showroom. Underfloor heating. Recent roof on hook. Stone shed opened on oak posts used as a material shed, and housing the boiler room and the storage of combustible wood. To the west: former pigsty, in front of a paved courtyard, converted into a workshop. And large building housing a garage (2 cars), large sheds. The building offers a beautiful potential of development. Plans, door frames, chimney blocks, septic tanks and miscellaneous are ready. Structural work in good condition. The property is essentially made up of a park and surrounding woods for an area of 46,27 acres. You will discover a pleasant vegetable garden, walks around the pond of 8,65 acres, an orchard, a parking lot built in a bower, places to stand outside pleasantly. All this is well maintained, simply, and gives a certain charm to the buildings which are not as austere as one might imagine without approaching them. It is possible to acquire a further 29,65 acres.

€1,690,000
380
6bedrooms
land  18.7ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

Manor 5
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Manor Laval (53)

Ref.4264 : French property for sale in Pays de la Loire (Mayenne department). This charming manor house is located in the heart of its magnificent grounds, on the banks of a navigable river in a splendid, unspoilt setting. The property is located south of Laval, close to a town with all amenities. It's a wonderful place, where nature and architecture blend perfectly. This charming manor house was built on a hillside, in a location chosen for the quality of the site, in the 17th century. It has recently been restored and extended and now offers approx. 480sqm of living space. It comprises Ground floor: an entrance hall with tiled floor and exposed beams, a lounge with tiled floor, exposed beams and a beautiful monumental stone fireplace with brick mantle, a large living room (recreation room) of approx. 95sqm equipped with a wood-fired hob with spit. This room opens widely through picture windows onto a terrace, the swimming pool, the pond and beautiful rolling countryside. From here, you have access to the 14 m x 4 m swimming pool, which is half indoors and half outdoors. Then there is a large dining room/lounge of approx. 50sqm, a bedroom with its own shower room, wc and study, a carefully fitted kitchen and utility rooms (scullery, linen room, service entrance, utility room, wc/wash-hand basin). 1st floor: 7 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms/showers or toilets, wc. 2nd floor: a very beautiful room occupying the entire level of the central manor house, representing a single volume revealing the roofing framework, with: bedroom, bath, shower, dressing room, study, wc. Two staircases facilitate the distribution of the property. These rooms are luminous, almost all of them are lantern windows (double aspect), well served and warmly decorated. The outbuildings : Following on from the house, there is a first building comprising : - A double garage ; - The wood chip store and boiler; - A storage area; - The heating/dehydration system for the swimming pool living area. A little further away, a technical area has been carefully laid out around a paved courtyard: - An equipment shed (where several vehicles and maintenance equipment are stored); - Several horse stalls; - A canopy; - Compartments for storing materials and silos; - A large tank to collect rainwater from the shed. Once again, the space has been laid out rationally, without forgetting to blend in with the environment. Each meadow has a water-supplied shelter for horses or cattle. The manor house is set in the middle of its grounds. It is reached via a long tree-lined driveway that runs alongside the hillside and the river, with the manor house visible in the distance. When you arrive, it's a feast for the eyes: it's all there: the rolling hills, the river, formal gardens, ponds, fine architecture, paddocks fenced in with railway sleepers... It's all a pleasure to behold. Nature is tamed here, but as you walk up to the ponds, wild ducks appear and take flight as you approach. The 4 cascading ponds cover a total cadastral area of around 9.71 acres (3.93 hectares). The land is made up of woods (approx. 14.82 acres / 6 hectares) and meadows all fenced in with railway sleepers (approx. 29.65 acres / 12 hectares). In front of the house, you will find a pretty formal vegetable garden and a formal ornamental garden surrounded by low walls and featuring fountains. The owner has developed a large number of facilities for the enjoyment of his family and friends: horse riding arena, petanque area, sandy beach on the edge of one of the ponds, an island with an aviary and animals, a large heated overflowing swimming pool (stainless steel tank) juxtaposed with two other overflowing pools of natural, cascading water, two large wooden terraces. Automatic watering and outside lighting. The property spans approximately 62.56 acres (25 hectares 32 ares 56 centiares) and has everything you need for quality of life and enjoyment, for an authentic and comfortable country lifestyle.

€2,210,000
480
9bedrooms
land  25.3ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

Manor 6
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Manor Laval (53)

A 17th century manor house and its 25 ha estate on the banks of the Mayenne. From a small road leading along the picturesque banks of the river to Château-Gontier, a gate provides access to the stately almost 400 m long driveway of the property, bordered by a double row of tulip trees. A courtyard and two formal rectangular gardens face the manor house to the south. To the east flows the river Mayenne. To the west, the wooded hillside gently slopes down. To the north, there are a technical building and a garage, farm buildings, a stream, woodlands and ponds. The property is unoverlooked.

€2,210,000
500
8bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  25.3ha

By Patrice Besse

House with pool and terrace 7
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House with pool and terrace Laval (53)

A stone's throw from downtown Laval, let's discover this magnificent 19th century residence renovated in 2016. The latter, built on four levels, offers a total surface area of 240 m², generous volumes and benefits from a beautiful exposure. Singular thanks to its beautiful extension and its refined contemporary renovation, it offers a charming exterior with a breathtaking view of La Grande Chapelle in neo-roman style and with swimming lane as well as an adorable outbuilding. From the entrance, the charm operates thanks to its magnificently preserved staircase. This ground floor distributes two major rooms including a living room with fireplace and a particularly bright dining kitchen thanks to its large bay windows and skylights. Beautifully crafted, the kitchen offers a Falcon piano for gourmet moments and a very beautiful tailor-made storage area. An office and a garage enrich this level open to the courtyard. On the first floor, you will find two spacious bedrooms with generous volumes and a bathroom, offering privacy and comfort. The second floor, also reserved for sleeping areas, distributes two beautiful bedrooms as well as a bathroom with shower. Finally, the last level under the roof and formerly reserved for staff, presents a beautiful material and strong potential to create one or more rooms. CLASSE ENERGIE: D CLASSE CLIMAT: D Montant moyen estimé des dépenses annuelles d'énergie pour un usage standard, établi à partir des prix de l'énergie de l'année 2024: entre 2 517 euros et 3 405 euros (Diagnostics réalisés après Juillet 2021) Les informations sur les risques auxquels ce bien est exposé sont disponibles sur le site Géorisques : www.georisques.gouv.fr Pour plus d'informations et photos www.espaces-atypiques.com Contact : Bastien DELESTREE Agent Commercial EI - RSAC 984 714 139 RENNES

€600,000
240
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  250

By Espaces Atypiques Rennes

House with pool and terrace 8
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House with pool and terrace Laval (53)

Five minutes from Laval, let's discover this bright and generous contemporary of more than 330 sqm, located in a particularly popular area of the town of Changé. Embraced by a marvelous landscaped garden, the house, built in the 2000s, is built around its unique rotunda, thus offering the living room an extraordinary volume. Structured around its large living room with a view of the swimming pool and the garden, the distribution of the building is characterized by distinct spaces in order to guarantee the greatest privacy in the sleeping areas and the best functionality in the technical rooms. The architect played with volumes and light, projected the house outwards thanks to its large openings, created a fluid and functional distribution. From the vast entrance hall you can see the immense living room bordered by a large mezzanine and its passageway. Direct access to the terrace and the swimming pool, view of the magnificent landscaped garden. To the left and right of the entrance hall, an office, a dressing room. From the living room and its suspended glass roof which offers a unique rhythm to this immense living space, immediate access to a beautifully fitted and equipped kitchen, then return to the living room to head towards a sleeping area made up of three junior suites and their rooms of water. A desk. On the kitchen side, direct access to a utility room and laundry room, double garage and a cellar. The Upper Floor, served by a large staircase, presents a large mezzanine lounge area with a view of the 'stars' thanks to its suspended glass roof, a large games room which could easily become a suite, a cinema room or even a gym, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Technical elements and rooms: underfloor heating (pac), heated swimming pool (pac), centralized vacuum, spa, swimming pool technical room, double garage, cellar, agricultural premises, motorized gate. ENERGY CLASS: B CLIMATE CLASS: A Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2022: between 1780 euros and 2450 euros. (Diagnostics carried out after July 1, 2021) Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr More information and photos on www.espaces-atypicals.com Contact: Yann Martin (- RSAC 751749771 Rennes

€768,500
332
6bedrooms
land  2,968

By Espaces Atypiques Rennes

Manor 9
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Manor Laval (53)

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

€619,000
300
7bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  1.2ha

By Safti

Castle 10
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Castle Laval (53)

Ref.4176 : MAGNIFICENT LISTED CLASSIC CHATEAU 15th, 16th AND 18th C. IN MAYENNE DEPARTMENT. In the historic province of Bas-Maine, not far from Haut Anjou, this grand and sumptuous château is built in a beautiful natural setting. Just 3 km from a small market town, the surrounding countryside is cradled by the lacelets of the Vaiges, a tributary of the Sarthe. The château is within easy reach of major transport routes. The towns of Laval (TGV station, 1h15 from Paris), Château-Gontier and Sablé-sur-Sarthe (TGV station, 1h20 from Paris) are all 27 km away by car. This French window gives access to the residence, which includes : First floor: a welcoming 42 sqm vestibule, 1890 panelling, large and small 66 and 39 sqm salons, herringbone parquet flooring, marble fireplaces, 1779 panelling, 68sqm dining room, Versailles flagstone parquet flooring, 1880 Louis XVI panelling, fireplace, 18 sqm smoking room with Grez-en-Bouère marble fireplace, master's study used as a hunting room, 55sqm double-exposure kitchen with stone fireplace, storeroom with former staff dining room in mezzanine above, pantry with sink, spiral staircase in out-of-work tower, laundry room, débotté, china cabinet, shower room and 2 wc. First floor: 9 bedrooms (8 with fireplaces), large library with elegant fireplace, 2 shower rooms with wc, bathroom and 2 wc. Above: 12 bedrooms (old, mainly for staff use), a home cinema, a shower room with toilet and an attic. Cellar below, with boiler room. Total living area approx. 960sqm. The outbuildings include : Two large 16th-century L-shaped outbuildings, facing each other and symmetrical to the château. They were remodeled in 1777. The one on the right comprises stables refurbished in the 19th century, with 4 stalls, 3 boxes, marble troughs, brass sides and straw mat, herringbone brick floor, drain, lads' rooms and tack room. The other common building has all the features of a domestic dwelling of the time: large attic with beautiful old roof frame, kitchen with high fireplace, terracotta tiles, wooden partitions, wine-press cellar on wooden base, fruit orchard, orangery with beautiful frame; recent roofs. Seventeenth-century barn, original framework, slate roof with original hatchets and dormer windows, paved floor. Dovecote with imperial roof, topped by a skylight. Its large dimensions, thick walls and proximity to the moat indicate that it was once a medieval defensive tower; High-gabled chapel, rebuilt in the 15th century on 13th-century foundations, featuring a Gothic-filled main window; Crib; Restored, comfortable gardener's dwelling occupied by the janitor couple; Bread oven. A large, slightly elevated garden adorns the south facade. It still features elements of the 18th-century French garden: kitchen garden, orchard and rose garden. It is adorned with statues of Medici. Its geometric lines match the classicist architecture of the buildings. Topiary art is at its best here. At the far end of the garden, four green theaters. An adjoining wood, with its star-shaped paths following the original plan of 1783, completes the site. In the courtyard of honor, some twenty bigarad and lemon orange trees stand out, eleven of them exceptional for their size and age. The total surface area is 45.45 acres (18 ha 41 a 46 ca.)

€1,790,000
960
20bedrooms
land  18.4ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

Property 11
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Property Laval (53)

Property located 45 minutes from Angers and 20 minutes from Laval, within easy reach of a TGV station serving Paris in 1 hour 15 minutes. Sitting in the heart of the town, this beautiful 19th century mansion and its outbuildings exude period authenticity. Presenting a living area of approximately 400 sq.m spread over four levels, the property features period details including an internal courtyard, woodwork panelling, fireplaces, a staircase and high ceilings. It comprises a large entry hall, a double living room, a home office, a dining room, a library, five bedrooms, a kitchen, two bathrooms, a home office, a workshop and cellars. Outside, you will find beautiful terrace offering views of the gardens and the surrounding rooftops. Additional facilities include a large garage and a small outbuilding in the garden. An exceptional property where time has stood still.

€520,000
400
9bedrooms
land  1,100

By Emile Garcin - Proprietes & Chateaux

House 12
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House Loiron (53)

Close to all services and only fifteen minutes from Laval, let's discover this farmhouse and its charming outbuildings set in a vast bucolic landscaped setting. The main building, magnificently preserved, has more than 150 sqm. On the garden level, fitted and equipped kitchen, living room with fireplace, dining room, laundry room with direct access to the garden. The first floor, served by a beautiful designer staircase, offers three bedrooms, a master suite and its shower room, a bathroom. The various outbuildings, including a 70 sqm barn, a stable and a stable, bring a certain charm to the architectural ensemble. The pond, fed by a spring, is naturally the highlight of our walk through this property with its unique character. ENERGY CLASS: D CLIMATE CLASS: D Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2022: between 1807 euros and 2445 euros. (Diagnostics carried out after July 1, 2021) Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr More information and photos on www.espaces-atypicals.com Contact: Yann Martin (- RSAC 751749771 Rennes

€399,000
154
4bedrooms
land  7,540

By Espaces Atypiques Rennes

Longère 13
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21

Longère Entrammes (53)

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

€800,000
456
9bedrooms
land  1.5ha

By Iad France

Castle 14
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4

Castle La Chapelle-Erbrée (35)

Rennes, Vitré, Ille et Vilaine, 35, this 19th century castle in a neo-Gothic style, with its 3 levels and convertible attic is very well located in the countryside and close to large cities.

450
7bedrooms
land  1.3ha

By Offrédic Immobilier

Property with garden 15
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Property with garden Ernée (53)

Ref.4227 : FORMER BENEDICTINE CONVENT, FOR FAMILY OR PROFESSIONAL USE, IN MAYENNE This former convent is located in the small town of Ernée (population 5,700), between LAVAL (Mayenne department) and FOUGERES (Ille-et-Vilaine department). All shops are within walking distance. This little-known region offers an authentic, pleasant way of life for those who take an interest in it. Probably dating from the 17th century, if not earlier, the building has undergone various restorations in the past, but has retained some of its original features and substantial volumes. It comprises a main building between the courtyard and the garden, with the chapter house set at right angles to it. At its end, a dwelling in architectural continuity, which was acquired at a later date, can remain attached to the main building and maintain its communications on all floors or become independent again as a rental dwelling. In addition, another part of the house can be treated separately for possible commercial use. At this stage, as is and in its entirety, the house comprises, on the ground floor: a 52 m² living room, a professional kitchen, a family kitchen, a bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, various entrances, a living room, a 74 m² reception room, sanitary facilities and a bar. The first floor, accessed via an imposing granite stairway with half spiral stairway: 7 bedrooms, 4 shower rooms and wc, wardrobes, linen room, landing used as a study, living room and meeting room. The main building includes an attic that could be converted and cellars with a water supply point, boiler room, wine cellar, etc. In front of the long facade of the house is a pretty ornamental garden, and behind it is another garden and courtyard, equally well laid out and featuring an old magnolia tree. Here and there are a few fruit trees. Two gates lead to each garden. The total surface area is 2,457 m², which is a significant area for a town centre, in a quiet location with no major neighbours. All of this exudes a good atmosphere; it is a beautiful place. The only outbuildings are a modest shed. As you will have realised, this is a property for family, professional or mixed use, given the layout of the property and its location.

€850,000
550
6bedrooms
land  2,457

By Cabinet Le Nail

House 16
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House Mayenne (53)

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

€985,000
1,847

By Iad France

Property with pool 17
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Property with pool Mayenne (53)

Ref. 4297: for sale, Dwelling with about 7 acres of park, garden and ponds in Mayenne Department This house was originally a farm in the 19th century, but it has been renovated, transformed and extended to make a remarkable leisure residence. It is located in the north of the Mayenne department, at the gateway to Normandy, in the countryside of the Normandie-Maine regional nature park. Here, nature is generous, buildings are plentiful and the region is full of beautiful places to visit. The house is located 2.5 km from a charming little town known for its rich heritage. Shops and services (supermarket, bakery, restaurants, schools) are all within easy reach. The views are far-reaching and the land slopes down to the ponds. In the same family for over a century, the property lost its agricultural vocation a long time ago, but the family, which is attached to the land and to heritage in general, has done its utmost to enhance the residence to its full potential by converting all the buildings and grounds into a high-quality leisure property. Today, the main house has been extended to include living space and garages, and has been linked to the former cowshed, which has become a wonderful space for leisure and living. The stone house comprises a double room (lounge-dining room with two fireplaces), kitchen, winter lounge with functional fireplace, glazed winter garden, bedroom with shower room and wardrobe, 12x4 m indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, laundry room, boiler room. First floor: 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms or shower rooms, living room (library - TV), wc and attic. The stated floor area is 295 sqm. This house is well cared for, with a gentle atmosphere that makes for pleasant living. Numerous windows open out onto the outside terraces, with interesting views over the gardens and parklands. The owners built a 3-car garage adjoining and communicating with the house. Two wooden buildings serve as a woodshed, equipment shed and workshop. The old bread oven has also been restored. At the edge of the pond, in the valley, a wooden chalet has been built on the dyke of one of the ponds, with a terrace and heated by a wood-burning stove. It has two rooms, a shower and a kitchenette. Dry toilets outside. This is yet another place that reveals another world of the property. The property covers 6.86 acres. Every space has been created and enhanced: paved terrace, cliff paths, lawns, rhododendron, hydrangea, peony and heather beds, rose beds, etc., several ornamental trees (lime, chestnut and tulip), a grove of conifers, a large orchard of apple, cherry and walnut trees, rows of redcurrant bushes, blackcurrant bushes, raspberry bushes, mulberry trees, kiwi plants... producing hundreds of kilos of fruit every year. It's as beautiful as it is delicious - it’s an Eden’s garden.

€590,000
295
4bedrooms
land  2.8ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

Manor 18
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Manor Mayenne (53)

Ref.4044. Charming 17th C. dwelling and its reception building in Mayenne department. 'In this land of moor and heather, the passage where one meets this beautiful ruin lacks neither charm nor freshness, with its forest and deep valley. These are the words of Abbé Angot to describe the environment of this property Located in the north of the Mayenne, historically in the Bas Maine, this 17th century dwelling is built in the countryside, in a relatively isolated, intimate and charming environment. In the middle of an old medieval fortress surrounded by water, it comprises the remains of an old castle and its wings, one of which is used as a home and the other as a reception room. 'Curious', 'aesthetic', 'historical' and 'authentic' define this place, which bewitches the walkers who get lost in it. A small resource town is 10 km away by car; all shops and services are provided by a dynamic and historic town 19 km away. The dwelling is reached by a single bridge spanning the moat, passing under a delightful porch of vermiculated stonework, of which the semicircular arch and its pedestrian door remain. The ruins of the castle and the parapet walk, the moat, the base of two imposing defensive towers and the two large communal wings, which are the only parts that can be inhabited today, remain from the old fortification, whose size and splendour of yesteryear can be imagined. In the middle of the enclosure is a formal garden with an old gates in the centre. The two outbuildings are arranged symmetrically on either side of the garden, back-to-back with the old castle that once stood at the end of the courtyard. They are built of stone, rendered with lime, covered with slate and the roofs are adorned with charming bull's eyes; the east wing is fitted out as a vast reception room and the west wing is the dwelling which comprises: On the ground floor: a large room partially separated into two volumes by an entrance hatch which is glazed; this room includes two monumental fireplaces, cushions, exposed beams and the start of the stairway to the first floor; to the south, a bedroom with a fireplace, a terracotta floor laid between oak slats and exposed beams, and adjoining a bathroom - wc; to the north, a vast kitchen with a fireplace and a terracotta and stone floor, and to follow a technical room (laundry/boiler room), and a toilet. On the first floor: separated by hemp and lime partitions, 4 bedrooms with shower room and wc; the floors are covered with sea rush. The rooms face east and south, and on the opposite side, the thick, high walls formed the wall topped by its parapet walk. It should be emphasised that the work carried out was done with a technical and artistic concern, the result of which is remarkable. Here again, the adjectives curious, aesthetic, historical and authentic are used. The living area of the house is approximately 350sqm. Opposite the dwelling, the former stables (twin building of the dwelling) have been converted into a reception area and the work was completed in April 2020. The large room measures approximately 250sqm. The floor is made of tinted cement, the walls are plastered with lime and the framework is covered with an elegant formwork in the shape of an overturned ship's hull, giving the room volume and sound absorption. In the extension there is a room for the caterer and a sanitary block (toilet and washbasin); A stone outbuilding with a slate roof used as an equipment shed is set back from the dwelling; A picturesque chapel 3.2 km away by car, covered with shingles. The fortified enclosure dominates the old garden to the south, which is to be recreated, and is bordered by raised paths offering a bucolic walk around it. A few small, unoccupied meadows complete the ensemble for a total surface area of approximately 6.17 acres (2.59 ha). The general atmosphere bears witness to a place steeped in history and legends: 'tradition has it that a hound's head, sculpted on one of the walls of the easements, indicates the exact spot where a barrel of gold is hidden, but this treasure has not been discovered'. The Mayenne: castle, manor houses, beautiful residences. Gilbert CHAUSSIS. The work carried out by the current owner has made it possible to save and restore this site, which seemed condemned to a slow decline. The place is now saved and alive! This singular place is calling for a new owner willing to humbly continue the preservation of this thousand-year-old site.

€595,000
350
land  2.6ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

Property 19
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Property Argentré-du-Plessis (35)

Equestrian estate of 37 hectares enclosed by meadows, paddocks and ponds including in particular a large fully restored farmhouse, an independent dwelling house and 1 T bis. 1 club house 1 straw shed of 100 m2 1 storage shed of 295 m2 1 covered manure of 160m2 1 training track of 1000 meters and 600 meters 2 ponds net seller selling price 1,600,000 euros, costs of 110,000

€1,560,000
300
6bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  37ha

By Axo L'immobilier Actif

Property 20
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Property Argentré-du-Plessis (35)

Horse training center on 7 hectares or more on 37 hestares of the estate, 40 boxes, numerous paddocks, programmable walker with 8 places; track of 1000 meters and 800 meters outbuildings, smoke to standards, house club. storage buildings, possibilities in addition to 2 residential houses on the estate and additional land fully enclosed, suitable for all equestrian activities, racing and saddle horses.

€690,000
60
land  7ha

By Axo L'immobilier Actif

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