- 460 m2
- 13 rooms
- 5 bedrooms
- land 3.5 ha
A 15th & 16th century manor house and its outbuildings with more than 3 ha in the French department of Ille-et-Vilaine.
This manor house is some thirty kilometres to the north of Rennes, in the midst of Brittany. Combourg, home to Chateaubriand, is about ten kilometres away. Saint-Malo and the Emerald coast are forty or so kilometres away.
The nearest market town is just a few minutes away by car as is an SNCF train station, on the Rennes-Saint-Malo line.
All amenities are less than fifteen minutes away by car.
A lane, off a little country road, runs for more than 500 m between hedges and cultivated plots.
All the constructions such as the manor house, an old bakery and a vast storage area, come into view as of the entrance to the property.
These buildings are most probably the result of a reconstruction on the site of a feudal residence (motte) by the side of a little stream which formed a natural defence. The parklands span a surface area of 3.54 ha.
The manor houseAlthough the large stairway tower, semi-engaged in the carcass on the east side, is no doubt the vestige of a first fortified stone building, this residence was redesigned in the 15th and 16th centuries. Laid-out in an L-shape, it spans approx. 420 m² of living space over three levels.
This residence can be entered via a small vestibule providing access to a storeroom and a small lounge. The latter communicates with a large, double aspect living room, facing east and west. It features a high ceiling and 2 fireplaces, one of which is fitted with a
reference : 912119 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 17112269
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