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House in COURLEON , Maine et Loire , Pays de la Loire

€130,800 €125,350 £113,264**
Ref: 95376DBR49
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Reduction from €130,800 to €125,350
Very pretty restored longere style farmhouse offering deceptively large and spacious 3 bedroomed accomodation with an additional small guest house. There is a main courtyard and a separate rear garden.The whole property being nicely situated in a quiet hamlet.

Darren Briers , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 402543466
Price €125 350
agency fees to be paid by the seller

Reduction from €130,800 to €125,350
Ref 95376DBR49
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Dept Maine et Loire
Surface 129 M2* Plot Size 1018 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 5
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Garage
  • Guest house / gite
  • Well
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Good condition
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In a lovely Hamlet, this property is near the villages of Courleon and Parcay les Pins. The lovely rolling countryside around the house gives the air of tranquility. Only 15 minutes from the market town and vineyards of Bourgueil and 25 minutes to the famous town of Saumur the house is ideally placed in the heart of this most popular part of the Loire Valley. Only 50 minutes from Tours with TGV links to Paris and London and regular flights to Stansted. The journey by car to Caen car ferry is less than 3 hours. Read more ...

This very deceptively spacious restored farmhouse offers very good value. The house comprises of a large Kitchen with fitted units and a large fireplace with a large wood burner which also provides the central heating. There is a Dining room and a further sitting room in the oldest part of the property, probably 300 years old, with a stone fireplace and an original bread oven, terracotta floors and beamed ceiling.

From the kitchen there is access through a utility room with shower to the rear gardens. A corridor with WC to one side, leads to the first bedroom with a walk in dressing room and a further room currently used by the present owners as a study.

The main stairs lead to the first floor which has 2 very large bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also access to the unconverted attic space which could easily be converted to provide further accomodation.

On the other side of the courtyard is a further detached stone building which has been thoughtfully restored to provide a very spacious self contained 1 bedroomed guest house as well as further storage sheds and shelter.

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