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South of Rennes, in a five hectare estate, a 15th and 19th century manor house with outbuildings and gardens.
The south of Ille-et-Vilaine enjoys an exceptional heritage and natural environment. The megalithic standing stones on the crest of the Saint-Just moors are part of a major Neolithic site, and the banks of the Vilaine offer various pleasant footpaths. The property is located in a village of 1500 inhabitants, mobilised on ecological issues and committed to a roadmap of sustainable development and planning. The regional capital is about 50 km away and is served by a TER rail link. From Rennes, the TGV journey time to Paris is an hour and a half. All amenities can be reached in less than ten minutes.
At a certain distance from the centre of the town, but not totally isolated, the property extends over almost five hectares of open countryside, with a variety of natural and agricultural landscapes. The entrance to the property from a small road is marked by a gate opening onto a gravel courtyard, surrounded by a wall, the manor house and a small tower. Beyond, on the south and west sides, some outbuildings are used as sheds. Outdoors, the property consists mainly of gardens, wooded areas or undergrowth, a pond and streams, and a meadow to the south.
The manor houseThe origins date back to the 15th century but it was extensively remodelled in the 19th century. Today, the manor comprises several buildings added over time, presented in an L shape, all connected. On the south side, a tower abuts the main building at right angles. The slate roofs are gabled and the walls are undressed local stone, granite and schist. The window frames are mostly red brick, and some of the doors feature round arches or ogives, showing the diversity and richness of the earlier remodelling. It has two levels under the attic and two cellars. The south-facing terrace provides access to the delightful garden.
A short flight of steps leads up to the ogive arched door opening into the main entrance of the manor. Most of the rooms on the ground floor are full-width and can be accessed through French windows from the outside, both from the courtyard and the garden, giving a sense of permanent connection with the outdoors. The entrance hall leads to a kitchen with a central island and a fireplace, extended by a laundry room on one side and a living room with a fireplace, parquet floor and beamed ceiling on the other. A round-arched opening on the south side of the living room joins the main building at right angles. It leads to a dining room with stone walls and a ceiling with exposed beams and joists. The floor is tiled and the room also has a fireplace with insert. In the extension, on the east side, follows a second living room with high ceilings, tiled floor and either exposed stone or panelled walls. A staircase leads from here and from the entrance to the first floor. Adjacent to this living room but accessed separately and only from the courtyard, a bedroom with parquet floor and a bathroom.
Two corridors joined by opposite staircases serve five bedrooms with shower rooms and toilets. Two bedrooms are connected by the tower on the south side, housing a small reading area. A sixth attic bedroom with bathroom, separate from the others, is reached by a staircase starting from the laundry room. A linen room completes the complex in the upper extension of this bedroom.
A final bedroom with shower room and toilet has been created in the attic. It features two very beautiful trusses. The outbuildings
In the courtyard sits a tower built with local stones and topped by a conical roof with sprockets. A former oratory, now a small dwelling, offers a living room and a bathroom …
Advertiser reference: 618346 - Le Figaro Properties reference: 44386788
- Surface 409 m2
- Rooms 13
- Bedrooms 8
- Land 4.9 ha
- Construction N/A*
- Parking N/A*
- Bathrooms N/A*
- Toilets N/A*
- Exposure N/A*
- Heating N/A*
- Kitchen N/A*
- Property tax N/A*
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