- Reference: LN-2WKEN
- Property Type: House
- Location: 53000, Laval, Mayenne, Pays De La Loire
- Habitable Space: 250 m2
- Land Space: 25 ha
- Sale Price: €690,000
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
Ref.4173: Equestrian property for sale near Laval (Mayenne) with 61,78 acres available.
This property, which until now has been used for horse breeding, is located in a particularly beautiful part of the Mayenne, close to the valley of the same name, in an area of excellent environmental quality, 15 km south of Laval (TGV, motorway, universities). The Mayenne region owes part of its reputation to its horse farms, associated services and horse racing.
An avenue of chestnut trees leads to a 19th century stone house with a tiled roof at the end of a courtyard. On either side, facing each other, are two outbuildings. Surrounding and harmoniously distributed, the estate extends over 61,78 acres.
First of all, the house. It comprises an entrance hall, a lounge (43 sqm) with a fireplace, a kitchen (25 sqm), a study, a bedroom, bathroom and toilet.
On the first floor, a corridor leads to 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms or shower rooms. Separate WC.
Below is the utility room and a large room.
The total surface area is around 250 sqm.
The building on the right has 3 loose boxes, a tractor garage and an open area where fodder can be brought in with the tractor. A full-length shelter backs onto it.
The building on the left is the same size, with 6 boxes, tack room, grooming stall and shower. Hayloft above.
They measure more than 200 sqm each, excluding their extensions.
Numerous ornamental plants in the courtyard decorate the area, removing its mineral feel.
At the rear of the house, lower down because of the sloping ground, is a shed running the full length of the property.
A plan of the site will show you that the land is well spread out around the buildings, in a single block, and that paths have also been created, like an artery providing all-weather access to each paddock.
The land is divided into paddocks, enclosed by railway sleeper posts, connected by flexible lilies or wooden bars, and each paddock is supplied with water and has a shelter. A 12,36 acres plot is used for hay production.
The whole property is unoccupied and has a land register value of about 61,78 acres.
The owner currently receives €6,000 a year in PBOs from the Common Agricultural Policy.