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Manoir Tours
  • 700 m2
  • 10  rooms
  • 5  bedrooms
  • land 4.3 ha

An astonishing gem concealed on the banks of the Loire, 25 km from Tours, in this 14th & 15th century fortified manor house, with parklands, gardens, streams and woods.
Set in the midst of the Loire-Anjou-Touraine Regional Nature Park within a perimeter classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Near to a town crossed by the Vieux-Cher river and watered by six other small streams.
Fertile land where flax was once cultivated, its territory extends between a hill and a narrow plateau.
Today, it is used for growing several dozen hectares of AOP wines and numerous orchards, predominantly planted with apple, pear and peach trees.
The buildings in the village, at the foot of the hills, comprise old houses, including a 15th and 16th century inn for travellers as well as an age-old, listed church, decorated with outstanding 12th and 13th century, restored murals.
Ideally located within the perimeter of five of the region's most well-known chateaux, this property is astonishing.
Just a few minutes from several of the region's small towns and less than 30 minutes from Tours.
The town originally dates from the Gallo-Roman era.
But its current name was first mentioned as of the start of the second half of the 12th century.
An old

reference : 753160 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25560033


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