Former stronghold, and noble tenure, whose main structure dates from the fifteenth or sixteenth centuries, newly renovated and enlarged thereafter.
As well as the 1567 date on stone lintel there are period feature everywhere and lots of history, including wrought iron gates, the property is comfortable for modern living yet it lets you think of an earlier primitive construction.
The dominant position of the property, the harmony of architecture and the charm of the place are a delight, away in the countryside it is quiet and peaceful, makes it a very pleasant country house to live in.
You will find some original openings to further enhance the historic character of the house, which at present has the modern comforts amidst the old walls.
The history of the place remains to deepen and extend your enjoyment of this property.
Some figures: 7 main rooms including 5 bedrooms, living room of about 60 m2, all on more than 1 hectare fenced plot, three kms from a village shops.
The department of Sarthe is located in the Pays de la Loire region, it is a sparsely populated rural department, half of the inhabitants live in the city of Le Mans and its surroundings.
Landscapes here are diverse and include beautiful valleys, mountains and woodland; it is an idyllic location for nature lovers. It is bordered by the Orne, Eure-et-Loir, Loir-et-Cher, Indre-et-Loire, Maine-et-Loire and Mayenne departments.
In the centre of Sarthe, Le Mans is famous for the 24hr car race. Sable sur Sarthe and La Fleche are the two main economic centres after Le Mans, a visit to La Fleche Zoo is recommended.
The climate is better than Normandy and Brittany and differs from the south to the north of the department, hazy and slightly chillier to the north, milder and dryer in the south where the land is good for wine-growing.
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