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House Mortrée (61)

Presenting this wonderful 4 bedroom Maison de Maitre on the edge of the town yet close to all amenities - We are delighted to offer for sale this magnificent, fully renovated 18th century stone 'Maison de Maitre' property situated in an idyllic countryside setting offering a peaceful environment The property, set on 7,000 m² of land enclosed by stone walls and hedges, offers spacious living areas and numerous outbuildings including a 116 m² barn, a habitable air-conditioned wooden chalet that could be used as a guest room and a garage. Double glazing throughout. Fuel boiler with 1500L tank. Water softener in place, and well on site.

$565,400
264
4bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  7,100

By Leggett Immobilier

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Land Orne (61)

Your agency Lair Immobilier d'Alençon offers for sale, on an exceptional site combining nature and fishing, a superb pond of approximately 4 hectares with dike, without a fishing license required, also comprising approximately 1.6 hectares of grassland, a stone and tile dwelling house with 5 main rooms and a garage. Discover without delay this place offering an exceptional environment, combining greenery, calm and serenity. For more information, contact our agency on 02.33.28.20.20.

$413,200
100
land  5.7ha

By Lair Immobilier Alençon

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House with terrace Sées (61)

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$321,200
155
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  4,500

By Lair Immobilier Sées

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House Sées (61)

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$230,500
260
4bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  1.3ha

By Lair Immobilier Sées

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House Sées (61)

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

$247,800
136
3bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  4,412

By Lair Immobilier Sées

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Property Sées (61)

Ref. 4330: Mansion and its outbuilding for sale, with 2.47 acres near Sées, in the country, in Orne department This charming manor house is located in the heart of Normandy, nestled between the Pays d'Auge and the Perche, at the gateway to the bishopric of Sées. Enjoying a dominant position, this property offers a particularly peaceful setting, far from the hustle and bustle of civilization, on the outskirts of a small commune of 760 souls. The property benefits from the local shops and services, as well as those offered by the neighboring commune of Sées, only a few leagues away. At one with nature, untouched by neighbors, protected from any nuisance....a privileged place open to epicureans....or to fulfill every holiday dream. Paradise is at the end of the road! The property dates back to the 18th century (1760), and was long used as a hunting lodge. Several owners succeeded one another over almost 2 centuries without altering the exterior appearance. It wasn't until 1980 that an extension campaign was undertaken. In 2019, the current owners will acquire this gentleman's residence and embark on a complete renovation of the premises, providing all the comforts demanded by modern life. The difficulties of managing their professional lives, the distance from their families and the distances involved, mean that they are now reasonably ready to pass on the torch. Since acquisition in 2019 the property has undergone a great deal of attention, improvement and upgrading. The dwelling is convivial, comfortable and perfectly operational. Space has been optimized with taste and sobriety, and the interior design is perfectly in line with current trends. The property features a sober facade of lime-pointed granite stone, topped by a slate roof. The rear building, built in 1980 and facing north-west, has been fully rendered. An adjoining lean-to has been attached to the main building, providing an entrance and scullery. Numerous openings of varying sizes enhance the interior brightness. The total living space is around 191 sqm, distributed as follows: - Ground floor : Tiled entrance hall (7 sqm), Scullery and storeroom (8 sqm), Modern fitted kitchen (Morel kitchen) (12 sqm), Dining room (10 sqm) open to living area (exposed joists), Small tiled living room with functional fireplace (15 sqm), Tiled living room (34 sqm) with wood-burning stove (painted exposed joists), In corridor, checkroom (1.3 sqm), Toilet with washbasin (3.2 sqm), Passageway to shower room (6 sqm) / hand-washer - washing machine area. Straight staircase to first floor. First floor : Landing with mezzanine (16.5 sqm) - Notable half-timbered ceiling Tiled corridor (7 sqm) leading to : Bedroom 1 (22 sqm), floating floor - Exposed trusses, Bedroom 2 (16 sqm), wooden floor, Bedroom 3 (9 sqm) with dressing room (exposed truss), Bedroom 4 (9 sqm), Travertine bathroom (7.5 sqm) - Exposed trusses, Separate suspended WC (1.5 sqm), Below the manor house is a recently renovated outbuilding. Its facade is similar to that of the main dwelling, with the exception of a temporary steel trough roof. Divided into 5 rooms, it has an interior surface area of around 100 sqm, excluding attics: - Fitted room (25 sqm), tiled, featuring an old bread oven. Water and electricity. - Workshop on concrete slab (28 sqm). Water and electricity. - Open garage for one car (34 sqm). - Box (6 sqm) with wood shed (7 sqm). Former dovecote upstairs. - Possibility of converting 2 rooms upstairs. The grounds are laid out in the English style, with every nook and cranny landscaped, planted with flowers and staged to invite guests to relax and feel good. Several plots share the space, in a very orderly and well thought-out manner: plot of young apple trees, on the site of an old, abandoned kitchen garden, plot of fruit trees (cherry, walnut, apple, plum, redcurrant, raspberry...), plot of fir trees, grassed plot, surrounded by wooden lices to accommodate a horse. The garden is beautifully treed (ash, beech, oak, pine) and the immediate surroundings of the property abound in plantings and various flowers. A pretty wisteria backs onto the south-facing terrace. The curtain of trees encircling the property in places allows the eye to melt away into the distant countryside, untouched by cultivation and only available as a playground for roe deer. A beautiful pond at the entrance to the property, fed by springs and rainwater, completes the setting. Ducks and moorhens find it a safe haven... and even badgers have made it their own during calving season. The entire property covers 2.47 acres and is enclosed by 1.20 m wire fencing. Wouldn't paradise be 'at the end of the road'? Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 . We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$500,100
191
4bedrooms
land  1ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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House Sées (61)

réf. 4356: Charming property for sale in the french Orne department. Between town and forest, on the outskirts of a small village of around 200 souls, stands an elegant little farmhouse with the air of a country manor, discreetly gazing out over the countryside, sheltered by its belt of high, protective stone walls. In this land of rich farmland, apple trees, living springs and forests, nature exudes an art of living imbued with gentleness and well-being, recognised by all those who indulge in it for a journey or a lifetime. Welcome to Normandy, in the heart of the Orne department… In addition to the day-to-day needs of the nearby town of Sées, this property is ideally located, with rapid access to the rail, road and motorway networks - a real asset for those looking to reach the capital in just a couple of hours. A discreet entrance gives access to a courtyard of honour where two handsome, good-sized outbuildings face each other, showcasing the main dwelling and its immediately adjoining annexe. The main structure comprises a limewashed stone dwelling, topped with a flat tile roof featuring three attractive dormer windows, including a 'bull's eye' attesting to its 18th century origins. The annex is smaller, but of the same structural design. Built over two stories, the main building has approx. 137 sqm of living space, including a possible connection to the annexe, which would create an additional 34 sqm . Set around a central vestibule are two large living rooms, one used as a kitchen/dining room and the other as a lounge, both with exposed beams, terracotta tiled floors and stone fireplaces. Utility room to the rear. Wooden staircase leading upstairs to a landing currently used as a study. On the right, large bedroom with bath and washbasin. To the left are two attic bedrooms of equivalent size. Tastefully decorated, the space is optimised, bright and warm. Due to its rural origins, the property is enhanced by two beautiful stone outbuildings, set at right angles to the main dwelling and facing each other to form a sort of courtyard of honour. 1) North outbuilding: comprising two adjoining buildings used as a barn/garage, spanning 60 and 80 sqm respectively, with a good height. There are two wonderful arched openings, one of which has a remarkable period coffered door. There is a water collector. Electricity. Gabled shed. 2°)South-facing outbuilding: a good length, comprising four independent sections: -A courtyard of approx. 50 sqm, a former 'charetterie', with simple architecture, highlighting an elegant period oak structure. -A clay workshop (26 sqm). -A bread oven (26 sqm), recently renovated with full respect for the original materials. Recent electricity (remote-controlled). Complete bread oven. -Separate dry toilet (3 sqm). There is a 28 sqm convertible attic, accessed via an outside miller's staircase. The floor is in good condition and the high ceilings are suitable for conversion. 3°) Eastern outbuilding: situated at right angles to the main dwelling, but not attached to it. Made of stone under tile, with 2 entrances (garden/garden). Former pigsty. 4°) The annex, known as the 'guest house': in the northern extension of the main building, with no current connection, this living space has been completely converted into independent accommodation. It comprises a large 27sqm room, with a cathedral ceiling and a shower/wc area on the ground floor, and a 9sqm attic bedroom on the mezzanine. All the roof timbers have been preserved, adding a certain charm to the property. There is a wood-burning stove to supplement the electric heating. There is a possibility of connecting this annex to the main building by taking advantage of an intermediate corridor, currently used as a storeroom. The inner courtyard is welcoming, perfectly showcasing the two outbuildings with their harmonious blend of stone and wood. A lawn adds a touch of colour to the gravelled driveway leading to the garages. The more inquisitive visitors can slip into the south junction of the buildings and, by stepping over a pretty wrought iron gate, discover an astonishing fountain, the existence of which remains a secret..... The garden to the south-west, meanwhile, is a very intimate living space, opening out onto a natural setting of trees and flowers, a real invitation to rest or meditate. Among the remarkable trees is an exceptional century-old blackthorn, which stands guard over a highly decorative well. An old small gate gives access to an authentic vegetable garden, laid out in structured squares that seem to flourish in the shelter of the reverberation walls. Thanks to its modest size, this kitchen garden will remain a perfectly tame site for any budding gardener.... Further east, outside the walls, there is a large orchard planted with apple, pear, fig and cherry trees, bordered by a few poplars, allowing the eye to gaze out over the green countryside, with glimpses of the first curtains of trees in the Ecouves forest. The property is immaculately kept and spans 3,775 sqm of land, much of which is walled to ensure absolute privacy and undeniable security. Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 . We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$650,200
137
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3,775

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Property Sées (61)

Demeures du Perche et de Normandie exclusively reveals to you a magnificent 19th century Norman farmhouse, located in the immediate vicinity of the town of Sées and the national forest of Ecouves. With its exceptional location, this residence offers a very pleasant living environment with a panoramic view of the Ecouves forest. Completely restored with taste and quality services, this authentic ensemble offers a comfortable and functional house of approximately 260 sqm. The ground floor has a large entrance, a large dining kitchen, a warm living room with its stone fireplace, a first bedroom on one level with its bathroom, an office which can be used as a second bedroom, a laundry room and independent toilets. The first floor offers a large suite with its bathroom, three other bedrooms, toilets and an additional bathroom. Tomettes, joists, stone fireplace, wooden frames and oak floors give a unique personality to this bright residence which has remained fully authentic. Offering magnificent views of a rolling countryside and the Ecouves forest, populated with trees and flowers, the garden of approximately 6,000 sqm is a true paradise hidden from view. 20 sqm workshop with attic, private parking, closed garage, carport, pond and motorized well complete this residence with undeniable charm. No work needed. Paris is 2 hours 30 minutes away (A11 or N12), the SNCF station is 12 km away (Paris Montparnasse - Surdon line), Sées, its shops and schools are less than 10 minutes away, Le Haras du Pin and Alençon, prefecture from Orne, 20 minutes. The sea is 1 hour 30 minutes away (Deauville-Trouville-Honfleur). National forest in the immediate vicinity with numerous walking and hiking trails. If you would like more information about this charming residence, we invite you to contact us at 02.33.25.25.44 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géosphères website www.georisks.gouv.fr of which 5.80 % fees incl. VAT at the buyer's expense.

$646,900
253
6bedrooms
1bathroom
land  6,026

By Demeures Du Perche Et De Normandie

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Mill Francheville (61)

Rare : former watermill beautifully renovated with a private pond, a river and 3.5 acres of land Outstanding property: this former stone watermill from the 19th century near the village of Boucé has been lovingly restored in 2010. With 3 bedrooms (including two en-suite with bathrooms) + 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on garden level which could make the ideal location for a successful B&B. The mill is surrounded by peaceful and beautiful countryside views set in 3.5 acres of land with mature trees, a small river, a pound, meadows, a garden shed and a greenhouse. A rare and outstanding property presented in ready to move into condition and situated in glorious Normandy countryside, 2h30 drive from Paris and only 1h drive away from Caen airport, Ouistreham and the channel ferries. The popular market town of Argentan with all amenities is less than 18 minutes drive. Approached via the main gates and a gravel path bordered by a small river through the park, this former stone watermill can't fail to impress. Overlooking the idyllic countryside, the mill offer lovely views over the pound bordered with centenary trees and its wooden pontoon. On the lower ground, the 30-m² living room/dining room is accessed through the conservatory which harmoniously fills in the facade. This large living space opens on a stunning kitchen (equiped) of 22 m² with cathedral ceiling . A small corridor leads to a first bedroom of 11 m², WC and a first ensuite bedroom of 16 m² with a bathroom (incl. shower, sink and WC). The wooden staircase in the kitchen leads to a large mezzanine of 20 m². Overlooking the kitchen, this additional living space can also be used as an office or extra bedroom and leads to a second ensuite with a 16 m² bedroom and bathroom (with shower, sink and WC). The garden level appartment is accessed from the same staircase in the kitchen. With two rooms of 17 m² and 18 m² as well as a shower room (with shower, sink and WC), the appartment has a direct access in the garden through patio doors. It would make be the perfect accommodation for friends or B&B guests. Also on this level, the laundry/boiler room separates with a soundproof door. The cellar is also accessed from the oustide. The surrounding land includes a garden shed for the storage of maintenance equipment, a greenhouse. The walk around the pound leads to a large meadow on the opposite side of the property where the ruins of an older watermill looks like a mirror of the past.

$520,800
170
4bedrooms
land  1.5ha

By Leggett Immobilier Grand Ouest

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House with terrace Saint-Gervais-du-Perron (61)

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

$504,700
444
5bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.2ha

By Lair Immobilier Ecouché-les-vallées

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House Saint-Gervais-du-Perron (61)

Yann LE CARVENNEC of the ALC Immobilier Agency offers for sale this 444m2 house 15 minutes from Alençon. This house is composed on the ground floor: a kitchen of 14.67 m2, a living room/living room of 66 m2, a corridor of 5.44 m2, a toilet, an office of 13.85 m2, a veranda of 68.54 m2, a clearance of 3.50 m2, a second toilet, a technical room of 3.47 m2, a cinema room as well as a spa room of 73.86 m2. On the 1st floor: a corridor of 24.16 m2 which serves 5 bedrooms of 15m2, 22 m2, 10 m2, 9.40 m2, 9.59 m2 and 26.13 m2, a toilet, a bathroom of 3.70 m2 and a mezzanine of 15.84 m2. It also has outside a technical room of 8.86 m2, a garage of 90.37 m2 with convertible attic, a stable of 64.87 m2, an outbuilding of 46.25 m2, a pond as well as a room of 38.29 m2. All on a plot of 1 hectare 200. PVC WINDOWS / DOUBLE GLAZING LAND: 1000? HEATING: Gas For a visit please contact your advisor Yann LE CARVENNEC on 06.46.19.20 .53 or 02.61.72.05.56 or by email: [email protected] - RSAC 524 668 621 - Card issued by the CCI Portes de Normandie. Find all our advertisements on our site: www .alcimmobilier.com

$452,300
444
5bedrooms

By Alc Immobilier

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House Le Pin-au-Haras (61)

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

$304,400
135
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  754

By Lair Immobilier Ecouché-les-vallées

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Manor Argentan (61)

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

$826,300
600
9bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  1.4ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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House with pool Argentan (61)

This exceptional property has a 4-hectare, fully enclosed, one-piece park, superbly wooded with its pond. At the heart of this privileged location, hidden from view, is an old farmhouse tastefully renovated and enlarged. Spread over 300 sqm on two levels and facing south, it offers on the ground floor very beautiful living rooms including: a dining room, a fitted kitchen, a billiards room and a large living room entirely equipped with bay windows which let the light in and give the opportunity to constantly enjoy an incredible view. The terrace is a room in itself thanks to the covered lean-tos and its barbecue. On this level, there is also a laundry room and the technical room for the swimming pool, toilets and a shower. The first floor is accessible by two staircases: the first leads to the mezzanine located above the living room, then to the master suite consisting of a bathroom, a dressing room, a WC and storage space. The second, starting from the entrance, leads to a landing serving three bedrooms and a bathroom. The second floor, under the attic, offers a beautiful surface area of 60 sqm. The outbuilding adjoining the house offers a majestic 35 sqm wine cellar, entirely converted into a unique tasting space. This annex also accommodates a double garage of 124 sqm which can accommodate several vehicles. In the grassland, a 15 sqm barn completes all the outbuildings. This beautiful estate located in the countryside in a peaceful environment is the ideal place to host an activity linked to tourism, nature, horse breeding or other. Quick access to all amenities and leisure activities: 6 km from the 18-hole Golf du Bief near Trun, just 10 minutes from Argentan, 25 minutes from Falaise, 45 minutes from Caen or Lisieux and 2h30 from Paris. ENERGY CLASS: E / CLIMATE CLASS: E Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: between EUR4,600 and EUR6,300. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Pascal LEBRETON EI - Independent commercial agent RSAC 311 552 277 CAEN

$977,400
300
4bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  4.1ha

By Espaces Atypiques Deauville Caen

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Manor Argentan (61)

Engel & Völkers presents this beautiful 120 ha stud farm and its 18th century manor house ideally located between Falaise and Argentan in Normandy, in the heart of the region of excellence for horses. The manor house, with a surface area of approximately 600 sqm, includes 3 large reception rooms, a beautiful veranda and 6 suites. Outside, there is a French garden and a 20x8m covered swimming pool, as well as 2 tennis courts. The stud farm also offers 4 gites in very good condition, with a total of 15 rooms and a capacity of 40 people. The equestrian facilities include 57 boxes, an Olympic arena, a Havrincourt ring, a pharmacy/breeding room, several stables including a covered and closed stall of 1450 sqm. For the staff, a housing of 5 rooms to renovate and an office. DPE : D (181) - GES : D (47) Energy rating delivered before 2021 Transaction fees 5% charged to the buyer. Net selling price: 4512500€. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$5,164,400
560
6bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  120ha

By Engel & Völkers Paris

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Property with garden Argentan (61)

Isabelle Charlet Immobilier presents a property including a residential house and an equestrian structure, located in a green setting, 15 minutes from Argentan and 20 minutes from Falaises. The house, built of stone and covered with tiles, has 173m2 of living space, offering large reception volumes and benefiting from large openings. It brings together on the ground floor: an entrance, a living room, a fitted and equipped kitchen, a living room with fireplace, toilets, a utility room. Upstairs, the landing serves four bedrooms, an office, a shower room and toilets. Opposite the house, in the same architectural style, is a building used as a boiler room (oil boiler and 1500 liter tank), a laundry room and a woodshed. Enclosed garden in front of the house. The equestrian part includes a main barn lit by light-emitting diodes (LED) with 12 boxes facing each other (4×3 and 4×3.5) and a wide central corridor. A box is converted into a treatment box with shower and solarium. Seed room, storage, saddlery with hot water point, horse shower. A secondary barn includes on the one hand: 2 large boxes (3×6 and 3×4), then: 3 large boxes (3.5×4) including one fitted out as a tack room plus a very large box (6×3.2 ). Attic above. Clubhouse of 21m2 in gable. A sand quarry (50×24) is partially covered by a roundabout closed on 3 sides and lit by light-emitting diodes (LED). A round of Havrincourt. 800m oval sand track. Storage shed and manure. Double garage. The land is divided into meadows and paddocks with shelters. They are enclosed with “haras” fences (made of wooden rails), or “La Gée” ribbon. This property is ideal for a family of riders, the facilities are functional, there are many walking paths departing from the property. It is also a peaceful place for a small livestock farm.

$688,200
173
4bedrooms
land  8.2ha

By Isabelle Charlet Immobilier

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Mill Argentan (61)

A watermill and its millrace in a beautiful bucolic backdrop, nestled by the meanders of the River Orne in Normandy. A country road leads down through woods and meadows to a private lane that takes you to the dwelling. A large gate opens onto a paved driveway that leads to the watermill. There is a big wooden garage behind it. A millrace made of stone runs alongside one side of the house and harnesses the river water through two oak sluice gates that open to let tree trunks float to the sawmill. A large island lies in the river. Two wooden footbridges lead to it. Behind the house, a terrace with a view of the River Orne lies opposite a timber shed. The watermill is made of local stone. It offers a floor area of around 200m². Its hipped roof of flat tiles is punctuated with hipped dormers and skylights. One section of the roof is raised. A continuous balcony runs along the first floor. Two timber corbels support a canopy above the entrance door. On both sides of the house, a broad stone terrace runs alongside the lawn. A lime-rendered elevation is dotted with large windows fitted with shutters painted blue and French windows that lead out into the garden. This watermill has appeared on maps since 1881. Today, its waterwheel has gone. Before, the mill used the river’s energy to saw wood. The waterwheel was opposite the lounge window. The sluice gates, the machinery of which is still here in place, would be opened so that logs could float along the millrace then be placed on a cart to be sawed. A saw blade, operated by the water’s energy, stretched across the room where the lounge is today.

$691,500
190
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  7,000

By Patrice Besse

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House with garden Argentan (61)

Splendid stone farmhouse situated in a quiet hamlet in Normandy close to the city of Argentan Character semi-detached farmhouse with exposed stone walls and beams, 4 beds on 3 levels with grounds/garden of 796 m². Recently and beautifully renovated, this stunning stone house offers large volumes and high ceilings. The perfect blend of modern comfort and authentic charm of traditional architecture with many original features such as the fireplaces, the exposed beams, stone walls and wooden staircase. Ready to move into. The house is part of a larger architectural ensemble which used to be a an old fortified farm. After full renovation, the farm has been divided into individual units, all independent from each other. This house is the perfect place for a quiet residence that is not too isolated. Only 10 minutes' drive from the city of Argentan with all amenities. On the ground floor, a large dining room of 36 m² opens onto the outdoor terraces and a living room of 48 m² with stone fireplaces and a wood burner. The spacious open kitchen connects with a pantry, a cloakroom and wc. On the first floor, the landing leads to a master suite with a large bedroom of 48 m², a bathroom (with shower, bath and wc) and another bedroom of 41 m² with fireplace. On the second floor, a large attic/living space of around 75 m² with cathedral ceilings leads to one ensuite bedroom of around 18 m² (with shower, sink and wc) and another bedroom of approx. 12 m². The house has central heating throughout as well as double glazed windows. The back of the house includes a fenced garden of around 415 m² with mature trees and a terrace. The front of the house (inside the farmhouse courtyard) includes another garden (of around 163 m²) fenced with hedges and with another terrace. The boiler room is accessed from the outside garden of the house. The central & water heating system was put in place in 2020 (with both air-to-air and air-to-water heat pumps). Water softener. The house is connected to the mains drainage. This house is the perfect place for a quiet residence that is not too isolated. It is ready to move into and the reasonably-sized garden doesn't require complicated maintenance. Only 10 minutes' drive from the market city of Argentan and all amenities, less than one hour drive from Ouistreham Channel ferries and Caen airport. The sandy beaches and the D-Day historical sites of Normandy are an hour and twenty minutes away. Option to include an additional plot of land just nearby the house with a surface of 8,765 m². The plot is suitable for building a shed/garage (subject to permission) or to be used as pasture.

$462,100
362
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  796

By Leggett Immobilier Grand Ouest

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House with terrace Argentan (61)

Mill rehabilitated into a pleasant house, in the heart of 1.4 ha of park, with outbuilding, 15 km from Argentan, Orne (61), for sale. Nestled at the end of an alley, closed by a pretty gate, the property benefits from a bucolic environment, punctuated by the murmur of the river and its stream. The Cance feeds a small pond and the lock which formerly allowed the mill to operate. Dated 1856 , it has been completely renovated and transformed into a comfortable residential house. With a living area of approximately 185 m2 on the ground , it consists, on the garden level, of a large cellar, a boiler room, an independent space composed of 2 rooms (32m2) and a bathroom with toilet . On the ground floor , an old glass roof, found in the region, constitutes a pleasant winter garden where you can enjoy lunch while enjoying the charm of the outdoors. This glass roof leads to a living - dining room with solid parquet flooring and fireplace as well as a spacious kitchen with cathedral ceiling. Visitor toilets, a bedroom and a master suite with walk-in shower and toilet complete this level. . From the kitchen, a staircase provides access to a large mezzanine room allowing different uses and to another master suite with shower room and toilet. This mill, in very good general condition, will not require any work. A 30m2 outbuilding is located on the property making use of garage and workshop. Large trees, the murmur of the river, the charm of the small pond, the rural surroundings, everything contributes, on these 1.4 ha of nature to recharge your batteries. A little paradise for animals, it is also a true haven of peace. Local shops 4 km away, 15 minutes from Argenta n train station , 25 minutes from the A28 motorway, 55 minutes from Caen , 1h50 from Paris by train , this property constitutes a nice acquisition project both as a main residence than secondary. Also possible for a gite or bed and breakfast activity. 'Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr '

$520,800
165
4bedrooms
land  1.5ha

By Demeures Normandes

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Property with pool Essay (61)

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

$1,130,700
533
9bedrooms
2bathrooms

By Alc Immobilier

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Le marché immobilier de luxe à Mortrée, petite commune de Normandie, est en pleine expansion. Avec une population de 1134 habitants et une densité de 48,54 hab/km², Mortrée propose un cadre de vie paisible et recherché. La commune est découpée en plusieurs quartiers, parmi lesquels les quartiers autour du centre historique et les abords du Parc naturel régional Normandie-Maine sont particulièrement prisés. De plus, les villes environnantes comme Alençon et Sées attirent également les acheteurs en quête de biens immobiliers de luxe.

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Mortrée compte un total de 671 logements, dont 36 appartements et 614 maisons. En termes de répartition, cela représente environ 5,37% d'appartements et 91,51% de maisons. Parmi les résidents, 376 sont propriétaires, soit une majorité nette par rapport aux 141 locataires. En ce qui concerne l'utilisation des biens immobiliers, la commune compte 529 résidences principales et 48 résidences secondaires.

Quel est le prix de l'immobilier de luxe à Mortrée ?

En 2024, le prix de l'immobilier de luxe à Mortrée s'établit à 2237,64 euros par m², en nette hausse par rapport aux 1666,67 euros par m² en 2023 et aux 1909,80 euros par m² il y a cinq ans. Cette augmentation représente une hausse de 34,23% par rapport à 2023 et de 17,18% par rapport à 2019. Actuellement, trois logements de luxe sont vendus en moyenne chaque mois à Mortrée. Le meilleur mois pour vendre un bien immobilier est avril, tandis que mai est idéal pour acheter.