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House with terrace Rives d'Andaine (61)

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$281,800
135
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,363

By Lair Immobilier

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House with garden Juvigny Val d'Andaine (61)

Fantastic opportunity to purchase an established 4 property complex set within 2 hectares of land. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a complex consisting of 4 properties set within established gardens at the end of a private lane overlooking pretty countryside. Suitable as a rental business, B&B, space for extended family or retreat, the options are endless as there is so much on offer. Property 1 This converted barn has retained its stunning original features and boasts 187m2 of living space. Entering into a formal reception hall with central staircase leading to the galleried landing (7.08m2 x 4.95m). A spacious country kitchen with dining area (5.45 x 5.45m) has plenty of storage space and worksurfaces along with a central island and space for a family sized dining table. A handy utility room (2.70 x 2.17m) has space for a washing machine and dryer, sink unit and storage area. A conservatory (4.67 x 3.80m) is the perfect place to sit and make the most of the views over the gardens and the surrounding countryside. There is a downstairs cloakroom for invited guests. The downstairs master bedroom (7.08 x 5.0m) with ensuite shower room with wc, has a dressing area, space for storage and access to the front terrace and rear garden. This spacious and bright room of generous proportions is a great feature. To the first floor the magnificent galleried landing leads you to a stunning mezzanine/sitting room (7.12 x 6.03m). Exposed stone walls, wood burner, original oak beams, window seats and windows looking out onto the gardens. A further 3 double bedrooms (3.21 x 3.0m, 3.46 X 3.0m, 3.93 X 2.94m) all with storage space along with a family bathroom (3.68 x 2.94m) that includes a bath, free standing shower, wash basin and wc. 2 terraces at the back along with a private garden. Property 2 This pretty cottage that was originally a bread oven is attached to the main house and consists of an open plan L shaped lounge/diner/kitchen (5.39 x 5.03m) and (3.73 x 2.25m). Fitted kitchen, dining area and lounge with a central woodburner. This cottage is packed with original charm and features. To the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms (3.54 x 2.91m) and (3.54 x 2.45m) along with a shower room and wc. Garden to the back and a terrace at the front. Property 3 The quintessential chocolate box cottage with wisteria over the door consists of an open plan living/dining room (5.74 x 5.10m) with its central wood burner and windows looking out onto the back garden and front terrace. The fitted kitchen (3.66 x 2.76m) along with a downstairs shower room and cloak room complete this level. To the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms (2.93 x 3.10m, 2.93 x 2.90m, 3.0 x 2.98m) along with a second shower room (2.15 x 1.84m) with wc. Pretty garden to the back and spacious terrace to the front. Property 4 With living space of 151m2 this 4 bedroom property caters for large families and has full disabled access on the ground floor so ideal for people with mobility issues. The open plan living room with dining area (8m x 5m) has large French doors leading out onto the terrace and houses a wood burner for cosy winter evenings. The fitted kitchen (3.12 x 3.6m) is suitable for people with or without mobility difficulties. There are 2 spacious ground floor bedrooms (3.93 x 3.06m, 4.12 x 3.57m) along with a wet room (3.22 x 3.14m) with wash basin and wc. To the first floor there is a large central mezzanine used as second sitting room (4.95 x 2.46m) which leads off two large family size bedrooms (5.89 x 3.54, 6.06 x 3.94m) and a shower room with wc (2.64 x 1.93m). Large terrace to the front and back with private garden. Outside The properties are spaced around established gardens, private parking and terraces. Established shrubs, trees and planting are found throughout and the large lawned area could also be the ideal space for horse lovers with one area being nearly a hectare of potential paddock. The stream runs through a small patch of your own woodland which is ideal for guests to explore. A large outbuilding that is a garage, wood store, stable, workshop and storage area or whatever you choose! In a quiet area but minutes from a couple of pretty towns/villages with all amenities. An hour from the coast and 1.5 hours to the nearest ferry port. Easy access to Paris, Mont St Michel and all this wonderful region of France has to offer. Private parking, double glazed, electric radiators, wifi (fibre optics has been installed at the end of the lane) All properties being sold fully furnished (included in the price).

$609,100
470
13bedrooms
7bathrooms
land  2.2ha

By Leggett Immobilier Grand Ouest

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Property Bagnoles de l'Orne Normandie (61)

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

$583,400
274
6bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  6,248

By Lair Immobilier Pré-en-pail

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House Bagnoles de l'Orne Normandie (61)

Your Lair Immobilier agency in Pré en Pail offers you for sale this very charming property, located in Bagnoles de l'Orne, in a wooded and green environment. It includes a main house of beautiful architecture, with kitchen and back kitchen, dining room, living room, pantry, 3 bedrooms, a terrace, 2 garages and a workshop. It also consists of a small independent house, with 2 rooms and all the necessary comfort (ideal guest house, short term rental...). All on land with orchard and vegetable garden (many fruit trees), you will also find a paddock and a box, for a total capacity of approximately 5500sqm. Located close to all amenities. For more information, contact our real estate agency by phone on 02 43 03 80 80.

$277,500
200
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  5,487

By Lair Immobilier

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Property Bagnoles-de-l'Orne (61)

Located in an exceptional setting on the edge of the Andaine forest, about 10 kilometres from the spa resort of Bagnoles de l'Orne, this property comprises a converted mill and a fully restored farmhouse presenting a total surface area of approximately 450 sq.m. It sits on 16 hectares of private land composed of a pond of approximately 5 hectares, 6 hectares of meadows, an orchard, 5 hectares of woodland and a landscaped garden with a waterfall and water feature bordered by palm trees. The comfortable and welcoming mill is composed of an open kitchen with fireplace, a living room and a veranda. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The farmhouse is made up of a fitted kitchen, a living room,, a room with an old bread oven, a bathroom and a laundry room. Upstairs, you will find a small living room and 4 bedrooms, plus a bathroom. An unfinished indoor swimming pool boasts delightful views. Additional facilities include a large secluded building and a garage. An enchanting setting for nature lovers.

$1,442,500
400
6bedrooms
land  1,621.1ha

By Emile Garcin - Proprietes & Chateaux

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Property Bagnoles-de-l'Orne (61)

Located approximately 3 hours from Paris via the A11 motorway, 60 km from Laval, 40 km from Alençon, 4 km from Bagnoles de l'Orne (the local town offering all amenities), this property is secluded away at the foot of the church in a peaceful village. It presents a converted 18th century priory and an enclosed garden of 3,400 sq.m. Full of charm, the ground floor presents an entrance leading to a living room with fireplace, a dining room with fireplace, a small living room with fireplace and a pleasant equipped kitchen overlooking the garden. Upstairs, you will find five bedrooms, a dressing room, two shower rooms and a bathroom. On the second floor, there is a beautiful attic room that can easily be converted. Additional facilities include a swimming pool (10 x 5m), courtyard with parking space for two cars, a technical room, a pantry and a well.

$603,700
235
5bedrooms
land  3,425

By Emile Garcin - Proprietes & Chateaux

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Property Bagnoles de l'Orne Normandie (61)

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

$583,400
274
6bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  6,248

By Lair Immobilier

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Property Lassay-les-Châteaux (53)

L'agence Lair Immobilier de Pré-en-Pail vous propose à la vente, cette propriété originale et atypique avec sa maison en bois nichée au milieu d'un parc de 3,2 hectares boisé avec étangs au calme et sans voisins. Habitable de plain pied, la maison principale offre une pièce de vie de 70 m² avec poêle à bois, une cuisine équipée, une chambre de 50 m², une grande salle de bains avec douche et baignoire, un dressing, une salle de bar ou seconde chambre, une laverie, wc, une pièce de 19 m² à aménager et une chaufferie. A l'extérieur vous trouverez une seconde maison indépendante d'un potentiel de 72 m² à aménager (gros oeuvre et fenêtres déjà faits), un garage de 42 m², ainsi qu'un chalet en bois faisant office de second garage, et un hangar. Le tout sur un magnifique parc clos et boisé de 3,2 hectares agrémenté de 2 étangs pour environ 1 hectare d'eau et d'un golf. Un vrai coin de paradis sans aucunes nuisances. Pour plus de renseignements, contactez votre agence au 02.43.03.80.80

$394,300
220
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3.2ha

By Lair Immobilier Pré-en-pail

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House with terrace Lassay-les-Châteaux (53)

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

$405,800
194
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  4,289

By Lair Immobilier

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Manor Champsecret (61)

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

$678,500
250
6bedrooms
land  1.7ha

By Patrice Besse

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House with terrace La Ferté-Macé (61)

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

$256,000
211
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  401

By Lair Immobilier

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Property with pool Pré-en-Pail (53)

Sophie LEMONNIER from the ALC Immobilière agency offers you two distinct spaces for sale: a reception room and a 19th century mansion in the heart of the Monts des Avaloirs, 2 hours from RENNES and MONT SAINT-MICHEL and 3 hours from PARIS . - A building of 322.97 m2 consisting of: * A reception room of 148.22 m2 with its open fireplace and parquet flooring, a fitted and equipped kitchen, a bathroom, two toilets. * Followed by a room of 136.32 m2 with its heated swimming pool of 4.00x9.00 m depth 1.80 m, a bathroom, a WC and its boiler room. - A 19th century mansion of 174.36 m2 consisting of: * On the ground floor: a living room/living room of 38.04 m2, a fitted and equipped kitchen of 19.29 m2 and an office. * On the 1st floor: a corridor leading to a dressing room of 7.62 m2, two bedrooms of 13.32 m2 and 14.83 m2, a bathroom of 4.89 m2 and a bedroom of 17.67 m2 with its private shower room. * On the 2nd floor: a corridor leading to three bedrooms of 12.16 m2, 11.46 m2 and 11.12 m2, a bathroom with WC of 5.95 m2 and a WC. * A basement consisting of a boiler room, a cellar of 5.35 m2 and a laundry room of 22.96 m2. A garage of 51.15 m2 which can accommodate 6 cars, three workshops of 29.42 m2, 22.56 m2 and 51.15 m2 and an outbuilding of 86.06 m2 with wooden frame. All on enclosed grounds of 2930 m2 planted with shrubs and fruit trees. Door frames: double glazing Covers: in slates and zinc Heating: oil boiler and wood fireplace. LAND: 1820? Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: ' www.georisks.gouv.fr'. For a visit, contact your advisor Sophie LEMONNIER on 06 83 81 79 96 / 02 61 72 05 56 or by email: [email protected] / [email protected] RSAC 524 577 251 - Card issued by CCI Portes de Normandie . Advertisement written and published by a sales agent You can find all our properties on our website www.alcimmobilier.com

$499,000
174
5bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  2,930

By Alc Immobilier

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Manor Hardanges (53)

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

$635,800
250
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2.7ha

By Bien(s)

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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.

$635,800
350
land  2.6ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Property Mayenne (53)

Ref. 4350: Pretty property for sale in the Mayenne French department. This hillside mill stands on the banks of a small, fast-flowing river in the beautiful, peaceful countryside of northern Mayenne. Its origins date back to 1433. The site is an old quarry. Laval (TGV and motorway) is 40 km away. The town of Mayenne (population 12,000) and its 11th-century fortified castle are 9 km away. This historic town has all the shops and services you need (hospital, doctors, chemists, supermarkets, secondary schools, etc.). Access to the property is via a winding road that runs along the hillside to a porch. This porch surmounts a gate that opens to reveal several buildings facing each other. On the left is the mill, which still has its millstream and large wooden wheel. This is the main dwelling. The octagonal tower gives the stone, slate-roofed building a defensive appearance. Opposite, just a few metres away, is the former miller's house. This is a second house, complete and independent of the first. The façade features attractive pale red shutters that complement the colourful surroundings. The extension includes various sheds and a third large building that used to house the stables. The buildings are arranged around a paved driveway, between the hillside and the river. The whole complex faces east and west. The two residential buildings break down as follows: The mill: (165 sqm) Ground floor: entrance hall (8 sqm) with terracotta floor and stairway, lounge/dining room (44.5 sqm) with terracotta floor, wooden fireplace with wood burner, access to the terrace including the mill wheel, kitchen (14 sqm), toilet. Upstairs, a landing leads to 3 bedrooms (21, 13 and 19 sqm), a study (11 sqm), a bathroom (10 sqm), a shower room (6.5 sqm) and wc. The house is decorated in a fairly contemporary style and is in good condition. However, the house has preserved some very fine remnants of its former architecture; a former owner, through his profession, was able to bring back numerous elements to integrate them into the building (oak beams, carved oak doors, cupboards and wood panelling, etc.). Through the windows, you can see the winding river, the park and its monochrome of colours, the willow tree whose foliage reveals the strength of the wind. The miller's house: (133 sqm) Ground floor: living room (32 sqm) with staircase, tiled floor, exposed beams, fireplace with wood burner, dining room (18 sqm) with fireplace, kitchen (13 sqm), utility room (15 sqm) with shower room and wc. First floor: 3 bedrooms (18, 11 and 8.5 sqm), study (9.5 sqm), bathroom with toilet. The floors are carpeted or PVC. Attic above. The outbuildings, running north-south from the miller's house, include : 2 sheds (one of which is a stone shed with an awning) to the left of the miller's house. These are used to store various supplies and garden maintenance equipment; 1 stone shed with a slate roof, to the right of the miller's house. It is used as a workshop and houses the electricity meters for both houses; A slate-covered stone wood shed and a high covered courtyard; The large stable building, which still has its feeding troughs, with a large living room with fireplace, an old kitchen and an old bathroom and toilet on the ground floor. Upstairs, a landing leads to two former bedrooms currently used for storage. The building has electric wiring, electric radiators and double glazing. Everything is old, but it could be used as a third dwelling once it has been refurbished. The property is accessed via a communal road that serves no other dwelling apart from the mill. From the windows of the dwellings and in the paved courtyard, you can't help but admire the charming, rejuvenating garden. The garden's beautiful vegetation perfectly complements the site between the hillside and the river (maples, oaks, poplars, rhododendrons, roses, aromas, etc.). At its centre, between the calm, controlled reach and the fast-flowing river, stands a majestic weeping willow. On the other side of the river, spanned by a delicate little bridge, is a rolling field of just over a hectare available for hire. Continuing along the stream, you come to the dam. Here, the presence of your neighbour, whose house is next door to you, is not felt. He has his own access road, making the two properties perfectly independent. The property has a total surface area of more than 5 acres.

$395,400
298
6bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  2.1ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Private mansion with garden Mayenne (53)

Ref. 4357: 17th C. Private mansion for sale, to be restored, in the Mayenne departement This former mansion is located in the heart of the historic town of Mayenne, on an emblematic square. With a population of 12,000 and boasting an 11th-century château, the town has been awarded the 'Pays d'art et d'histoire' label and offers a full range of shops and services (hospital, doctors, chemists, supermarkets, secondary schools, etc.). Laval (TGV and motorway) is around thirty kilometres away. The area around the town boasts beautiful rolling countryside, with the Alpes Mancelles not far away and the department's highest peak, Mont des Avaloirs. Many tourist attractions are within easy reach in Nord Mayenne, including the Notre Dame de Pontmain basilica, the village of Lassay-les-Châteaux, which has been awarded the 'Petite cité de caractère' label, and the Gallo-Roman town of Jublains. We enter the property through a large porch located beneath a building, shielding the square from prying eyes. A small courtyard runs in front of the hotel, followed by a garden: courtyard and garden. The hotel has a U-shaped floor plan with a round turret in the inner left-hand corner, overlooking the courtyard. Most of the living rooms face north-east-south-west. The building dates from the 17th century and was remodelled in the 18th and 19th centuries. The walls are of rendered stone, covered with slate. Grey stone is used for the plinths, architraves, cornices and quoins. On the roof, two charming zinc bull's-eyes face the entrance porch. Like eyes, they gaze out at guests as they arrive. They head for the entrance door, framed by two Ionic pilasters. Pushing open the door, they discover a building of around 400 sqm comprising : -Ground floor: the tiled entrance hall with stairway (18 sqm) leads to the right to a wood-panelled, partitioned lounge (48 sqm) and a room at right-angles, to the left to a large lounge (56 sqm) with parquet flooring and marble fireplace, and at right-angles to the kitchen, scullery and toilet. -1st floor: 3 bedrooms with alcoves, one with a dressing room and bathroom, the other two with toilets. -2nd floor: 3 bedrooms with washbasins, one bedroom with bathroom and a separate shower room. Vaulted cellars under the central body of the building. A second staircase in the turret serves the floors from top to bottom. The hotel is complete and has all the architectural quality typical of this type of building: fireplaces, wood panelling, parquet floors, high ceilings. The reception rooms feature large windows that bathe the interiors in light. This was a place for entertaining, as you can see from the rooms... The outbuildings include : -The porch building through which the hotel is accessed, which is a local. This building does not overlook the hotel's inner courtyard. It has 2 rooms on the ground floor, another on the first floor and an attic; it will be available for sale; -A pretty covered stairway with a wrought iron banister, between the hotel and the premises; a charming mantling adorns the bottom of the roof, protecting it; -A stone garage building with a slate mansard roof, accessible from the street. Passing through the hotel, the stoop overlooks a 130 sqm garden enclosed by high stone walls. It has an entrance leading to the lane. A few ornamental trees and an old, dishevelled greenhouse enhance the 530 sqm of grounds.

$256,500
400
7bedrooms
land  530

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Manor Saint-Georges-Buttavent (53)

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

$807,800
577
8bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  15ha

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