€583 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€550 000 without fees)
|Surface||363 M2*||Plot Size||45094 M2|
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A tranquil village like setting only minutes from the centre of town. Less than an hour from the coast, 20 mins from La Roche-sur-Yon and the motorway, 45 mins from Nantes, just over an hour from La Rochelle. Various opportunities for this 1850's house and its 16/17th Century renovated annexe. Read more ...
Historic and full of character
Excellent equestrian facilities with 4.5 hectares of land
Wonderful views over countryside
Close to all amenities
6 bedrooms, with 2 further large rooms ready to become bedrooms on the top floor of the main house
There are various outbuildings and the place is crammed with original features.
Enter the property via enormous wooden gates fitted to a stone arch. A large courtyard presents itself and there are views over the land and countryside. The house and annexe is to your left.
The 1850's house comprises on the ground floor ;
Large entrance hall with stairs at the rear, dining room with flagstone floor (25m2)
kitchen space at rear behind a partition,
lounge with original tiled floor (25m2) and built-in cupboards,
office and laundry room,
1st Floor ; 3 bedrooms (all 16m2)
dressing room with original cupboards.
2nd Floor ; landing with 2 rooms that could easily be refurbished as further bedrooms with en-suite.
16th/17th Century building attached to and accessed through the main house.
This was originally the stable-yard and accommodation for the staff looking after the horses of the nearby Chateau Puybelliard. Tastefully renovated and converted, none of its original features have been lost with huge beams and exposed stone.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises;
magnificent lounge (65)m2
dining room (45m2),
original tack room,
hall with stone sink.
1st Floor ; This is a completely new conversion and has 3 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, finished to a high standard and perfect for quality bed and breakfast accommodation especially if married with guests who have equestrian interests.
Outside in the courtyard there is ample room for a swimming pool. There are 6 purpose built stables with a tack room. There is a well and water is available here to wash horses down and equipment as needed. The pasture has its own source of water which is invaluable when keeping horses and a summer stable with a hay store.
There is also a covered store for vehicles, wood and hay and a fenced paddock which was previously a sand arena.
To the side of the main house has an enclosed area of formal garden with trees. There is an original 'lavoir' with stone walls, floor and tiled roof.
Electric fencing runs around the perimeter. An exit onto a bridle path at the far side of the land leads to miles of country to explore on horseback in safety.
Faible émission de GES
Forte émission de GES