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Property DetailsFor Sale, an 18th century family house, south of Le Mans, fully restored and offering approximately 570m² of living space with 6 bedrooms and a large round salon of 160m². The property is spacious and light with a mix of authentic and modern styles. It is surrounded by 5 hectares of park and garden with a moat and outbuildings. Le Mans is 20 minutes away with a regular train service to Paris (1hr).
The 19th Century part
-Entrance hall, with 19th century floor tiles, and an oak staircase.
- Small sitting room, 22m², with wood panelling .
- Dining room, 30m², with a parquet floor.
- Kitchen, 30m².
- Bedroom, 17m², with a washbasin and a small study area.
- Bedroom, 26m².
- Bedroom, 21m² .
- Bedroom, 20m².
- Bedroom, 18m².
- An attic space suitable for renovation
- Entrance hall.
- Library, 22m², with an art deco fireplace.
- Sitting room, 160m². This large room has a ceiling at 3m, under floor heating and is rounded on both sides of the house with large double glazed window areas with garden access.
- Study, 21m².
- Laundry room, 49m²
- A converted loft space of 50m², used as a sitting room.
- Bedroom, 29m², with access to a roof terrace.
- A bathroom.
A large room with a cement floor and high ceiling partially converted as a pool- house.
Barn and Garage suitable for up to 6 vehicles.
The stable block with the boiler room, a wine cellar, a workshop and other rooms for storage.
The park is laid out to lawns, fruit trees, a large vegetable garden, with a terrace in front of the house. There is a field and a small lake with a water filled moat surrounding the property on three sides.
The property is approached down a long driveway and electric gates.
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Additional Property InformationThis single family listing located in Le Mans boasts six bedrooms. The property is currently availible for $1,172,194.
This property is listed by Terence Alldritt of Groupe Immobilier Mercure France headquartered in France.