Ref.4051:ELEGANT 15th CENTURY MANOR IN MORBIHAN
This delightful character property is located in southern Brittany, in the Morbihan region, and benefits from the advantages of the beautiful surrounding countryside. It has a particularly calm and preserved setting. The first shops and services are accessible by car, in a few minutes.
This manor house with an enclosed courtyard consists of two dwellings built in two phases; the first, to the right of the stair tower, dates from the 15th and 16th centuries; the second dwelling, at right angles to it and higher up, was built at the beginning of the 16th century, as was the stair tower housing a spiral staircase.
The main entrance is that of the 16th century dwelling. It opens onto a vast living room with its monumental fireplace. The high ceilings and the exposed beams are magnificently preserved.
A first door gives access to a room used as a lounge-library (room with an old bread oven).
A second door gives access to a corridor situated in the 15th century dwelling, with a technical room (heat pump), a storage room, a large bathroom (with WC). In a row: a large open-plan kitchen and its living area with a stone fireplace, and a large bedroom with outside access.
On the first floor:
The access to the first floor in the 16th century part is from the spiral staircase designed for this purpose; it gives access to a large room (used as a bedroom, with WC) and its 2 fireplaces. The room is luminous and has a large volume.
In the 15th century dwelling, a stone rampant stairway adjoining the facade gives access to a room converted into a spare bedroom (with a fireplace).
The south-western corner of the manor house contains an old bakery and its oven; they are separated from the second dwelling by an outbuilding whose upper facade is occupied by bolts. These spaces are now used as storage space.
In addition, two small houses complete the ensemble:
- one has been used as an additional dwelling (renovation work is required).
- The other is used as a workshop.
The land covers almost 9,88 acres, part of which (about 2,47 acres) is wooded. The species present are wild cherry trees, red oaks, chestnut trees, beech trees...
A large meadow is a good place to keep animals.
There is a water source (a masonry well in the courtyard).
The property is free of any easement.
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