This typical stone built property dates back to 1900, and is located in a pleasant hamlet in the area of Saint Martin des Landelles.
The setting is tranquil and rural, a lovely environment in which to live. It is 8km from the nearest shops and schools and 30 mins from the nearest train station. The property is south facing, and sits on a plot extending to 1586m2, so plenty of space whilst remaining manageable.
There is plenty of opportunity for improvement and extension here, and the new owner may well wish to configure the property completely differently with the scope available: given that there is a second separated garage, the attached garage could be converted to further extend the living space, and the extensive attic space could also be converted to make this a truly spacious family home.
The current accommodation is habitable whilst you do the work and already extends to 101m2, and is arranged as follows:
- GROUND FLOOR: Large living room/kitchen with fitted units and insert wood burner, Bathroom and WC and 3 bedrooms
- FIRST FLOOR: A 4th bedroom and a large convertible attic.
The tax foncière is 250 euros per year.
The seller pays the agency fees.
- Year of construction: 1900
- Exposition: South
Surface / Floor:
- Living area: 101 m2
- Land area: 1586 m2
- Number of levels: 2
- Number of room (s): 5
- Number of bedroom (s): 4
- Number of bathroom (s): 1
- Number of W.C.: 1
- Property tax: 250 euros a year
- Charges of fees: Seller
- Garden: Yes
- Ground floor bedroom: Yes
- Attic: Yes
- Distance to sea: 50 Km
- Distance from station: 30 minute (s)
- Distance to shops: 8 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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