Period style house comprising:
Ground floor: kitchen, dining room, bathroom, toilet.
First floor: 2 bedrooms.
Small outbuilding, garage, land 230 m2 with terrace.
New electric boiler for central heating.
Number of rooms: 3
Number of bedrooms: 2
Living space: 74 m2
Land area: 230 m2
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of toilets: 1
General Condition: Good Condition
Number of cellars: 1
Number of terraces: 1
Adjoining: 1 side
Cover type: Slate
Heating mechanism: Radiator
Heating system: Electric
Hot water: Boiler
The department of Maine-et-Loire is one of the five departments making up the Pays de la Loire region. The name of the department comes from the Maine and Loire rivers that meander through the area. Main towns are Angers, Cholet, Saumur, Segre, Chemille and Doue-la-Fontaine.
The Maine-et-Loire department is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site and boasts many historical monuments, unspoiled nature trails and great landscapes. The Val de Loire offers rich historical and cultural heritage and is located between Angers and Tours.
The area of Maine-et-Loire benefits from a temperate ocean climate and there is an abundance of interesting places to visit. The Loire Valley is home to some of the most beautiful chateaux in France: Chateaux of Haute Guerche, Breze, Parney, Brissac, Martigne-Briand, Challain la Potherie or Montreuil Bellay are all worth visiting.
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