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House in ST MARS DU DESERT , Mayenne , Pays de la Loire

€178,200 €160,920 £145,367**
Ref: 95618ENO53
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Reduction from €178,200 to €160,920
A beautifully renovated, edge-of-village, detached 3-bed stone house with gardens and outbuildings in a tranquil setting

Edward North , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €160 920
agency fees to be paid by the seller

Reduction from €178,200 to €160,920
Ref 95618ENO53
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Dept Mayenne
Surface 107 M2* Plot Size 1570 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 3
  • Village property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Electricity on site
  • Garage
  • High speed internet
  • Mains Drains
  • Private parking
  • Excellent condition
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This imposing, ready-to-move-into stone house has been sympathetically decorated throughout, providing comfortable and spacious family accommodation – ideal for a permanent home or as a holiday escape. With neighbours but not overlooked, there is a good sized but manageable garden – perfect for summer living, while additional detached outbuildings provide useful storage or scope for further development. An attached barn and bread oven offer great potential for conversion into further living accommodation, annex or gite. Just 5 minutes from the nearest bakery, it is conveniently placed for the larger towns of Villaines-la-Juhel (15 mins), Sillé le Guillaume (20 mins) and (Mayenne (35 mins). Excellent train links to Paris and Le Mans are available at Sillé le Guillaume, while the cross Channel ferries at Caen are just 1h 45m drive away. Read more ...

Traditional but modernised, this house retains many original features, has electric heating and is fully insulated and double-glazed throughout. Some works have been undertaken already on the annex, making this section an exciting project for completion. Briefly comprising:

On the ground floor:
• ENTRANCE HALL (6.9m2) – Double oak doors with transom above lead from the front garden into a central hallway with floor tiled in traditional ‘tommettes’, coat/utility cupboard (2.2m2), separate WC with hand basin (1.47m2), door to living room and door to kitchen/dining room
• LIVING ROOM (20.2m2) – with tiled floor, exposed beams, a feature stone wall, character fireplace with granite mantelpiece, two electric radiators, large window over south-east-facing garden, oak door into annex
• KITCHEN/ DINING ROOM (33.2m2) – a spacious room with tiled floor, exposed beams, a character fireplace with granite mantelpiece, a feature stone wall, an original integral storage cupboard, French door to rear garden and courtyard, French door and large window onto front garden, original wooden stairs to first floor

On the first floor:
• LANDINIG (9.6m2 ) – with stone feature walls, small window over rear garden, laminate floor and giving access to 3 bedrooms, shower room, separate WC, box room and stairs to attic
• BEDROOM 1 (19.7 m2) – traditional tiled floor, exposed beams, feature fireplace with granite surround, large window over front garden, electric wall heater
• WC (1m2)
• SHOWER ROOM (4.7m2) – tiled floor, large shower unit, vanity unit, large heated towel rail, large window over front garden
• BEDROOM 2 (9.4m2) – linoleum floor, large window over front garden
• BEDROOM 3 (12.1m2) – linoleum floor, feature fireplace with granite surround, large window over front garden
• BOX ROOM (2.9m2) – linoleum flooring, coat hooks
• ATTIC (74.4m2) – with insulated roof and two double-glazed dormer windows over rear garden

• Outside, the south-east-facing house is surrounded by grounds of 1570 m2, mainly laid to lawn with some shrubs and ornamental trees and ample parking, offering plenty of space for outdoor activities. The outbuildings to the rear of the property provide excellent storage with a shady courtyard. The annex buildings, including a bread oven are currently accessed from the outside but a door from the living room can also provide an entrance to the large attached barn (43m2). This building has a new roof with velux window, double-glazed windows to front and rear and double-glazed front door, while a granite fireplace completes the picture. The original bread oven (19.3m2) is next door. It too has a new roof and a double-glazed window. Both buildings are just ripe for conversion if desired (subject to relevant planning permission).

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