Leaning against a church of the eleventh century, he was the presbytery, this set probably dates from the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and rebuilt in the early twentieth century, where he served as an inn.
There are still some items visible or hidden into the attic, and a general architecture approaching that of the manors in the region.
High partly on cellar, housing today comprises six main rooms and a large attic.
The richly wooded land is decorated with several outbuildings, a greenhouse, a well and an old washing.
The original aspect is to make this set will become, after work, one of the finest properties in the hamlet, full of charm and history.
Some figures: 140 m2, excluding outbuildings and barns and land of about 1000 m2, 4 km from 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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