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Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
Property for Sale in Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
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Property Details
  • Reference: LN-23K3W
  • Property Type: House
  • Location: 72130, Fresnay Sur Sarthe, Sarthe, Pays De La Loire
  • Habitable Space: 153 m2
  • Land Space: 1.77 ha
  • Sale Price: €395,000
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
Property Types
  • House

Ref.4323: Charming property for sale in the Sarthe french department.

The Pays de Loire region stretches across 5 western départements, from the Atlantic coast of the Vendée to the gateway to the Perche region of Orne, via the historic Duchy of Maine, still the emblem of the Sarthois region today.
Immersed in the heart of the Normandie-Maine Regional Park and its unmissable Alpes Mancelles, the département of Sarthe boasts landscapes conducive to well-being and serenity.
Set away from a small rural commune of some 850 souls, this dwelling, designated as a seigneury in the 15th century, is a farmhouse with the feel of a small village, offering a particularly peaceful setting, far from the hustle and bustle of civilisation. Situated to the west of the Alençon - Le Mans axis, the property benefits from the local shops and services in the commune, and more widely from those offered by the neighbouring town of Fresnay sur Sarthe, less than 2 leagues away.
At one with nature, free from any neighbours and protected from any nuisance, .... is a privileged location open to all projects, private or professional... or to fulfil all holiday dreams.

The property is situated at a dead end below the small departmental road leading to the village. A driveway leads to this group of buildings arranged in a staggered layout around the main dwelling. The property is in the form of 3 adjoining buildings of average size, topped with asymmetrical roofs that reveal all their charm. The buildings are built of local ?Roussard? stone, jointed or covered with lime. The windows vary in size, and are more prominent on the main facade than on the garden side. The whole is harmonious and not lacking in elegance.
With an interior surface area of around 153 sqm, the main building is distributed as follows:
Ground floor: raised central entrance hall, accessed via a stairway with 11 attractive granite steps leading to a weather-protected porch.
Direct access to a large living room that doubles as a kitchen and dining room. There is a beautiful monumental fireplace with the sobriety of its past. Oak joists at an average height of 2.25 metres. Fitted kitchen and small central island.
Adjoining living room with fireplace and wood burner. Oak joisting at approx. 2.50 m.
On the right-hand side of the dwelling, corridor leading to 2 bedrooms, one of which is currently used as an office. Sea rush on the floor.
A hallway leads to a bathroom and a separate toilet.
A miller's staircase leads upstairs.
First floor: Landing with access to a recent shower room-WC.
2 attic bedrooms with parquet flooring, one of which is a spare (less than 9 sqm).
There are 2 vaulted cellars on the garden level, where the presence of a loophole is a good indication of the defensive aspect of the property, and therefore of its distant, even medieval origins.
2 lost attics, only accessible on a ladder, allow any number of plans to attach them to the main building.
Finally, on the south side, in the lower part of the rooms in the dwelling, there is a large garage in the gable, used for boiler rooms and other workshop/storerooms.

The outbuildings:
Built according to the requirements and traditions of a farmhouse, the property has a large number of outbuildings.
Large stone outbuilding under flat tiles, set at right angles to the dwelling and facing south.
* At its end, a small dwelling has been converted, comprising a main room with parquet flooring (with a fireplace), a bedroom (with a pellet stove) and a shower room. Recent electrical panel.
* A beautiful barn used as a garage (3 to 4 cars).
* Another renovated dwelling comprising a tiled main room, a kitchen and a storage area.
2) * Small stone outbuilding with recent tiled roof, probably for horses.
* Barn for horses, with direct access to meadows.
3) Large stone outbuilding with recent flat tile roof, set at right angles to the dwelling and facing north.
* At its end are 2 former stables, used as storage rooms.
* Fire room with bread oven. Wood-burning stove. Pump supplying the outside well.
4) High stone barn under slate roof, used to store farm equipment.
5) Small stone building with Eternit roof, former pigsty.
6) Stone goat barn with a recent flat tile roof.

The renovated sections provide around 100 sqm of additional living space, in addition to the main dwelling. Water and electricity are also installed.

The environment boasts a varied landscape that can be adapted to suit the most diverse requirements. Each plot has a specific use, from vegetable garden to orchard, from pond to pond.... everything contributes to creating a country atmosphere on a plot of almost 2 hectares. Among other things, the layout of the property means that 2 horses can be kept here on their own .... sheep and goats can thrive in the healthy pastures, drained by the slightly sloping terrain leading to the ponds.
The entire property is enclosed by 1.20 m high fencing, and the meadows are surrounded by wooden fences. In the background, 2 beautiful bodies of water, fed by springs and a stream, blend beautifully into the landscape, delighting fish and numerous species of birds...
Arranged in an English style, the garden is embellished with numerous species of trees that enliven the intimate spaces and punctuate the green carpet offered by the generous lawns (ash, oak, chestnut, pine, Judas tree, etc.). The orchard, meanwhile, abounds in every variety of tree (apple, pear, mirabelle, fig, peach, plum, walnut, hazelnut, raspberry... and even a vine).
The entire property is classified as an ?A zone / N zone?, which is highly protective of the environment.
(Zone A = agricultural zone - zone N = natural zone).

With no nuisances or easements, this property awaits epicureans in search of dreams.......

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR :
Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number .
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