Nestled in a Rural Hamlet of only 4 properties, this property is down a cul-de-sac next to the stables. Five easy miles from the popular market town of St Hilaire du Harcouet with supermarkets: Leclerc, Carrefour, Lidl, Aldi, major chains for: banking, Insurance, DIY, decorating, agriculture, garages/cars plus the popular local weekly street market, annual St Martin’s Market at Christmas. Plus numerous independent retailers including: bakers, green-grocers, florists, cafes, restaurants, fashion, furniture, electrical, Doctors, Dentists, Veterinary Clinics, Notaires, Cinema, Museum/Art Exhibitions, municipal park, Childrens play area and lakes.
The property is accessed via a double ie two, 5-bar gates. A short gravel drive leads to the house.
Approx and maximum floor measurements per room/area
Open Plan Ground Floor:
Kitchen: 2.3m x 6.1m incl. tiled floor, fitted IKEA kitchen units c/w dish washer,
door to the garage also a door to the exterior.
Dining area: 6.1m x 6.6m – concrete floor (beton cire) with underfloor electric heating, exterior door
Living area: 6.1m x 5.8m – ditto plus 12 Kw wood burner ‘Invicta Bradford’, door to the conservatory.
Conservatory: 2.4m x 7.8m, installed in 2012, glass double glazed sliding panel sides and a double glazed glass roof.
All the rooms have a thermostat-controlled oil-filled electric radiator.
Landing: 3m x 3.2 m (study/office area)
All the bedrooms and the family bathroom are accessed from the landing.
Bedroom 1: 5.6m x 5.8m - includes en-suite shower room (2m x 2.6m) wash basin, wc,
and also a walk-in wardrobe 2.8m x 1.4m
Bedroom 2: 3m x 3.8m
Bedroom 3 : 2.9m x 5.0m
Family Bathroom : 3.9m x 3m
includes a walk-in-shower (1m x 2.2m), roll top bath, wash basin, wc
Entrance: exterior large wooden sliding door and there is also access from the kitchen.
6.7m x 8.8m - connected with electricity, hot & cold water, there is also a waste pipe installed for a wc. (no wc yet).
plumbed-in washing machine, Butlers sink c/w storage unit,
two windows are installed at the first floor level (of the house) should additional floor space be required or even a further two bedrooms & bathroom.
5m x 8m (includes a Bread Oven to be restored):
Mainly used for storing fire-wood and general garden equipment, garden furniture.
Approx. 3664 m2, the house and the garden are surrounded by paddocks for the neighbouring stables.
Post and rail fencing plus a green wire-mesh fencing to contain the family dogs.
Includes a well – perfect for watering the garden.
Planted with mature shrubs/trees/herbaceous: includes Magnolia, Witch Hazel, Ornamental Cherry, Buddleia, Roses.
Fruit trees – Cherry, Plum, Apple, Apricot, Peach.
Soft fruit – Raspberry, Strawberry, Gooseberry, Black and Red Currant, Tayberry, Thornless Blackberry.
Ground floor: fitted equipped kitchen with dining room with wood-burning stove, porch.
First floor: mezzanine, 2 bedrooms, bathroom with bathtub, 1 bedroom with bathroom and toilet with dressing.
Garage of 53 sqm.
Land of 3364 m².
The department of Manche is in Lower Normandy and is bordered with Calvados, Orne, Mayenne and Ille-et-Vilaine. The English Channel in the west, north and north-west coastlines makes getting here to its many ports very easy from the UK. There is also an airport in Caen and many others are easily accessible in the surrounding regions such as Rennes airport.
History is all over the department through its museums and heritage, discovering the local traditions and culture as well as Chateaux, religious monuments, water mills, maritime sites and gardens is easy to do. The biggest 'must-do' is a visit to Mont Saint Michel.
Tourism plays a major role in the economy of the department which is fine because there is so much to see and do.
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