Quiet location for this stunning 7 room house of 239 m2 living space and 1,530 m2 of land, located in La Colombe, it offers a large living room of 73 m2, a kitchen of 26 m2 fitted and equipped and four bedrooms (between 12 and 20 m2). It also has a shower room, a bathroom, WC and a laundry room. It also includes a hall and a linen room.
The house benefits from radiators supplied with electricity.
Ideal for enjoying the beautiful days, or simply taking the air, this house also benefits from a terrace (100 m2) and a garden.
This property is sold with a cellar.
It is a 3 storey house dating from 1850.
This old house is in good general condition with the interior in very good condition and the exterior in excellent condition.
An intercom provides secure access.
The house is close to all amenities: it is located 3.1 km from shops and 5 minutes from schools.
We find the station seven minutes from the property.
There is a restaurant not far from the accommodation.
- Type of property: House
- Year of construction: 1850
- Exposure: South
Surface / Floor:
- Living area: 239 m2
- Living room: 73 m2
- Land area: 1,530 m2
- Surface of the terrace: 100 m2
- Number of levels: 3
- Number of room (s): 7
- Number of bedroom (s): 4
- Number of bathroom (s): 1
- Number of shower room (s): 1
- Number of WC: 2
- Property tax: 1,017 euros a year
- Charge of fees: Seller to pay the agency fees
- Heating: Individual
- Terrace: Yes
- Garden: Yes
- Cellar: Yes
- Double living room: Yes
- Intercom: Yes
- Distance to sea: 31.6 Km
- Distance to station: 7 minute (s)
- Distance to shops: 3.1 km
- School access: 10 minute (s)
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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