Nestled in a quiet countryside location and yet only 8 kms from the medieval tourist town of Fougeres with it amazing Chateau, the property is nestled at the heart of a green setting overlooking a parkland plot and lake, discover this Mansion House built in 1830, fully restored, offering over 300m² of living space, with its 2 reception rooms, its 6 bedrooms, 2 offices, billiard room and much more.
Many Benefits and Features:
Garage attached to the house.
Courtyard for several vehicles.
Very bright, well maintained.
Heating by aerothermic system (2010).
Individual sanitation (micro-station 2014).
Particularly calm and pleasant location, ideal for nature lovers.
Ground floor: entrance hall, living room with fireplace 26 sqm double exposure, living room 25 sqm with fireplace and double exposure, kitchen fitted and equipped 15 sqm, office, toilet.
1st floor: Corridor with parquet flooring 12m², 3 bedrooms of 16m², 18m² and 26m², bathroom and shower room.
2nd floor: hallway, bathroom with toilet, dressing room, 3 bedrooms of 8m², 14m² and 26m².
Basement: billiards room (26m²), office (25m²), laundry room (24m²), cellar.
Garage adjoining the property 20m² and garage and carport.
Heating: heat pump of 2010 with heating via oil tank.
Wooden joinery double glazing. Roof in natural slate.
A pond of about 6000m².
Private access road througth the parkland plot.
The department of Ille-et-Vilaine is the oldest in Brittany with gentle rolling countryside, forests, dunes and marshes to the north. The English Channel is to the north, Lower Normandy to the east, Pays de la Loire to the east and south, Morbihan and Cotes-d’Armor to the west.
Ille-et-Vilaine’s coastline heads westward from Mont-Saint-Michel to an estuary 5 miles west of Dinard and includes the rocky Cote d’Émeraude and the Rance River estuary where the towns of Saint-Malo and Dinard are located.
Rennes, the department’s capital, is located centrally and is situated on the Ille et Rance Canal which connects the north flowing Rance river with the Vilaine river that flows south-westerly into the Atlantic.
Oysters are still cultivated along the coast near Cancale but as the fishing industry has declined, the coastal resorts have become important tourist destinations.
Also, don’t forget to visit the Saturday morning market in the medieval town of Fougères.
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