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House in Barenton , Manche , Normandy

€530,000 (HAI)** £457,682**
Ref: T134808RL50
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Superb gite complex in over two acres with good income potential in rural location close to popular Barenton

Rebecca LARKIN, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 529857682
Price €530 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€500 000 without fees)
Ref T134808RL50
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Dept Manche
Surface 550 M2* Plot Size 8442 M2
Bathroom 7 Bedrooms 10
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Electricity on site
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Private parking
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Guest house / gite
  • Business potential
  • Water on site
  • Good condition
  • Habitable
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Massive potential in this beautiful, traditionally restored stone farmhouse and converted barn and cider press in a gorgeous rural location. This successful gite complex offers ten bedrooms in three detached buildings centred around a pretty courtyard, located close to a voie verte or disused railway track ideal for cycling, walking and riding. The internal space is wonderful and all three properties ooze character, with tasteful design and original features galore, including a feature stone staircase in the farmhouse and an impressive galleried landing in the barn. The cider press is more compact, but still has character in abundance. This is a must view property offering income as well a comfortable family home all within four kilometres of a popular village with amenities. Ferries and airports accessible within two hours. St Malo and Dinard airport around 107km. Mont St Michel 64km. Mainline trains to Paris 35km away in Flers. A perfect package. Read more ...

Accessed from a quiet country lane and close a grande randonnée, this trio of buildings is something special. As you enter the property there is a raised parking area to the left.

Inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, this is a beautiful five bedroomed building, renovated with tremendous space and full of character and original features.

Ground Floor.
You enter in a large and light dining room of around 40m2 with feature fireplace. To the rear of here is a roomy galley style kitchen of 11.2m2 with fitted units and off there is a boiler/utility space of approx. 4m2. To the left of the dining room a corridor takes you through to a very spacious sitting room with fireplace of 58m2. Off the corridor are two small rooms/ cupboards, ideal for storage.

First Floor.
A spiral stone staircase leads to the first floor, but you find a separate WC on a half landing. A generous landing with solid wood flooring takes you to four generous double bedrooms of 20, 18, 15 and 15m2, one of which has a good size dressing room and the others have roomy built in wardrobes made out of solid wood. There are two spacious bathrooms on this floor. The space and light must be seen.

Second Floor.
Feature spiral staircase continues to the master bedroom of 34 m2 into eaves with a 5.5m2 ensuite shower room. The exposed beams and character hit you at every turn.

The Barn is a luxurious four bedroomed converted barn which has retained plenty of original character and with a shaker style interior.

Ground Floor.
You enter The Barn into an impressive hallway with double height Cathedral ceiling and gallery handmade staircase. The sitting room with a magnificent open fireplace is to the left. To the right is the dining room with an impressive 4-metre refectory table in wild cherry wood with fruitwood benches which comfortably seats 12 off which is the fully-fitted bespoke kitchen with maple worktops. There is a stable door to courtyard garden. Through the kitchen is the downstairs WC, utility area with sink and washer/dryer. Off this is the boot room/store, with space for bikes and garden furniture.

First Floor.
Feature hand made wood stairs lead to the gorgeous galleried landing over a large picture window. Off the galleried landing are four bedrooms each with Shaker-style bespoke furniture and extensive built in cherry wood wardrobes and chests of drawers. The first bedroom you reach your right at the top of the stairs is a double with an en suite shower room, the second double bedroom opposite has twin beds. Walking around the landing you find the family bathroom with a bath with shower over and twin sinks, another double bedroom currently configured as a twin and the fourth generous double bedroom with en suite shower room. You will also find a useful storage cupboard, behind which is a cleverly hidden access to an attic space, again great for storage.

The character is apparent throughout the building and the space is superb, with no lack of storage in this beautifully presented barn conversion.

Cider Press.
This is a charming romantic studio which centres on the original cider press used to crush apples for cider. It been most sympathetically and imaginatively converted to provide beautiful designer accommodation.

Ground Floor.
The Cider Press has an open plan ground floor with an original cider press creating part of the open tread staircase, with a galley-style kitchen with a Shaker-style breakfast bar and a comfortable seating area. There is a shower room with basin and WC on the ground floor off the living space..

First Floor.
Here there is a large mezzanine double bedroom under eaves with a seating area at one end. The space is generous with exposed beams and character apparent throughout.

Set around the central courtyard area, the landscaped grounds are laid mostly to lawn, with many mature trees and planting as well as numerous fruit trees. There is also an additional raised parking area away from the buildings. There is a beautiful mature mixed cider apple orchard to the front of the Barn as you enter the property and then the large, mature landscaped garden with specimen Japanese trees at the back of the Farmhouse. It is an outdoor paradise.

Also separate to the living accommodation is a small stone building with chimney that was a former bread oven, ideal for storage of garden furniture, bikes etc to go exploring. Next to this building is an open structure with a tiled roof, making a perfect outdoor seating area. Located close to the old railway track, now a voie verte that goes to Mont St Michel. The walking in the area is superb and close by, with the views to die for.

More information is available upon request. Early viewing is essential to appreciate the scope of this unusual opportunity to purchase a family home full of character, with income potential in the other buildings.


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