Granite built couloum barge farmhouse with 6/7 outbuildings and 3 acres of land. Property includes new fitted kitchen and log burner. Outbuildings include several barns of differing sizes.
- Reference: 34838m0
- Property Type: Farmhouse
- Status: Available
- Location: 50720, Saint-Georges-De-Rouelley, Manche, Normandy
- Habitable Space: 400 m2
- Land Space: 1.2 ha
- Sale Price: €160,000
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
La hauterie is a detached property, situated 5 mins walk from the village of St Georges de Rouelley. Built in 1866 from the local granite stock. A mile down the road from the national forest of La Fosse Arthor. This huge expansive forest boasts an extremely large fishing lake with restaurant / bar and horse riding. The medieval town of Domfront is situated 10 mins away, with lots of shops and restaurants along with 2 large supermarkets, garages and places of interest.
The house itself consists of 2 bedrooms, one with en suite, laundry room, toilet, bathroom, large fitted oak kitchen, saloon/lounge with bar. Potential to develop the adjoining property to transform into a much larger dwelling with possibilities whilst the property boasts fantastic gite potential. With large oak beams extending throughout the building and tiled floors. The large log burner is the main source of heating in the house which heats the upstairs also. With additional electric convector heaters in the living room and kitchen and bedrooms, There are also 7 outbuildings of varying sizes and condition. Including 2 stable blocks, a cow shed, various barns and sheds. The barn in front of the house is currently used as a work shop and storage facility. It has electricity and also has a large open fire with chimney. These are all in the coulomb barge style, with the oak beam construction throughout. A couple of the barns are also used as a storage facility for the logs.
There are 2 entrances to the front of the property. One entrance is via the stable door to the kitchen and the second is through the double French doors that lead into the lounge. There is also the entrance to the rear of the property, which leads into the laundry room. There are heavy duty wooden shutters to the windows and doors to the front and side.
From the main road a chermain of approx. 400 metres services the property. This leads to a large tarmac hard standing in front of the house, which parks up to approx. 8 cars there is one paddock to the side of the house which has several trees. This is approx. 1.5 acres and borders another field which is owned by another farm. At the side this field there is a separate fenced off section which is full of different fruit trees, at the rear of the property there is a garden of approx. half an acre, which is laid to lawn with several fruit trees, a eucalyptus tree and a Christmas tree. A granite built bar- be- que and also a couple of barns and a stable block are also part of the back garden making this property ideal to be transformed into an equestrian property. At the front of the property behind the barn, is a long paddock of approx. 1 acre which is furnished by many fruit trees including cherry, apple and pear trees. There is also a peach tree, plum trees and chestnut tree. There is also a fenced off section which has been used as a vegetable patch producing strawberries, potatoes etc.
To the side of the property along with several outbuildings there is a well and several trees. The boundaries of the property are all abounded by surrounding fields.
There is endless potential to this property due to its location, structure and available space.
5 minute walk from local village of St Georges De Rouelley