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Manor Saint Malo (35)

$ 1,545,000
  • Euro (€ EUR)
  • American Dollar ($ USD)
  • British Pound (£ GBP)
  • Surface 278 m2
  • Rooms 8 
  • Bedrooms 5 
  • Land 1.4 ha

On the outskirts of Saint-Malo, in 1.4 ha of completely walled grounds, a listed, 18th century “Malouinière”, spanning approx. 300 m², with all its outbuildings.
Near to Saint-Malo, shops and amenities, just a stone’s throw from the river Rance and the beaches surrounding “Corsair City”. 65 km from Rennes and 55 minutes away via the train.
This “Malouinière” (the name given to country residences built by St Malo’s ship owners in the 17th & 18th centuries) stands on a corner formed by two roads. Grasslands and fields border the two other sides. It is set in a rectangle. A courtyard is bordered by an entrance gateway, flanked by stone pillars and adorned, on either side, with latrines and woodsheds in a corner. The manor house and the outbuildings face one another. The courtyard is closed by a fruit-store and a scullery set at right angles.
Behind the outbuildings, the farmyard with its cowshed, is also enclosed by walls. It includes the dovecote. An opening leads beyond the walls to a carpark, a little wood and a horse pool surrounded by lawns.
A building inside the walls, used as a bakery and a laundry, stands in the middle of the wooded garden, with square vegetable patches and an orchard. The immense glazed greenhouse adjoins a wall not far from the “Malouinière” and twin pavilions take up the corners at the end of the parklands.
The residence“Malouinières” belong to the French 18th century architectural inventory. Their numbers grew during a very short time period courtesy of the wealth accumulated by St Malô’s merchants and ship owners. Owners of mansion houses in the old town, their country houses, equally sober in size, made it possible to receive guests and to find privacy.
These havens of short-lived holidays are discreetly laid out and enclosed by high walls. The essential garden comes with square vegetable patches and an orchard, a cowshed and a farmyard. Family-run mixed farming was the main means of providing supplies within the perimeter walls of Saint-Malo. As well as the dovecote, the postal system of the times. Today,112 “Malouinières” have been identified by the French Historic Monument Association.The houseThis “Malouinière” dates from 1720. The walls are made of lime-rendered, local shale stone blocks. Chausey granite was used for fundamental features in order to enhance the architectural composition, notably on the south facade, such as the horizontal string course separating the levels, the rusticated masonry dressed stone quoins and the roof cornice.
The main building is flanked by two wings, the roof dormers are aligned directly above the openings, the hip slate roof is steep (constructed by marine carpenters). It features tall, buttress chimney stacks and finials at the ridge ends.
Ground floor
The main building comprises two reception rooms which can be accessed via four sets of French windows on either side of the house. Both have wide strip pattern oak wood parquet flooring. Four corner doors are topped with sculpted panels. The decoration in the lounge is more sophisticated. The walls are panelled and painted. Cornices surround the coffered ceiling. The fireplace is made of a dark-coloured marble, whilst that in the dining room is made of granite.
In the wings, a library and a kitchen are preceded by a stairway leading upstairs and to the attic space.
First floor
All the rooms have wide strip pattern oak wood parquet flooring. The wooden stairway goes up to a landing providing access to two bedrooms. One overlooks the courtyard, the other looks out of the main facade. The latter, with its panelled walls and its wooden fireplace, closed off with panels, provides access through a dressing room to the master bedroom. The fireplace is made of marble, the cupboards built into the …

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Advertiser reference: 691238 - Le Figaro Properties reference: 23516619

In detail

    • Surface 278 m2
    • Rooms 8
    • Bedrooms 5
    • Land 1.4 ha
    • Construction N/A*
    • Parking N/A*
    • Bathrooms 4
    • Toilets 3
    • Exposure N/A*
    • Heating N/A*
    • Kitchen N/A*
    • Property tax N/A*
  • Energy Performance Certificate

    123 37*

    *GreenHouse Gas emission

  • $ 1,545,000

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