St Georges de Rouelley (50) - A beautifully renovated farmhouse with Colombage facade. Equestrian potential
€215,250 (APPROX. £192,616)
Property Details - Character Property
This attractive farmhouse, sympathetically and completely renovated, is built in stone and colombage, is south facing and lies in the Normandy National Park. It is situated in a small hamlet, set back from a very quiet road, about 2 kms from the village of St Georges de Rouelley, which is midway between the medieval towns of Domfront and Mortain.
The house comprises on the ground floor : Kitchen 6.5 x 3.95m, to include base and wall fitted units. Space for range style cooker with canopy extractor. Plumbing for dishwasher, space for upright fridge freezer and under counter fridge. Dining Room 6.5 x 5.8m with granite feature fireplace and wood burning stove, Lounge 7 x 6.5m with plenty of windows providing views to the garden, plus wood burning stove. , Garden / Breakfast room / 4th Bedroom 4.7 x 4.25m with direct access to Shower room 2.15 x 2.3m. Boiler room oil fired central heating.
Oak Staircase to first floor - Master bedroom 6.5 x 3.95m, En-suite 5.08 x 1.85m with corner bath, vanity unit with wash hand basin, toilet., Office / store 1.85 x 1.62m, 2nd bedroom 2.6 x 3.25m 3rd bedroom 5.9 x 4m Family shower room 4.4 x 2m with walk in shower, vanity unit with wash hand basin.
Upstairs has fitted carpets in all the bedrooms, washable floors in the bathrooms, and there are thermostatically controlled radiators throughout the house fed by the oil fired central heating. It would be simple to make one of the bedrooms into two for an extra bedroom if needed.
In addition, the lounge and dining room have very efficient Godin wood burners and all the ground floors are tiled. Double glazed throughout the rooms are light, with French doors giving access to the outside garden. This well insulated house, which is very warm in the winter, is also cool in the summer months.
The front garden has many different varieties of attractive perennial plants, bushes, mature trees and has a colourful raised rockery with a small pond at the centre. At the bottom of the garden there is a good sized vegetable garden which is fenced. Adjoining, there is a well fenced apple orchard paddock.
There is a spring water supply which feeds a small pond below it. This source water is piped as far as the outside of the house. Metered town water is connected to the house, and there is a recently renewed fosse septique giving private drainage.
It is situated in a small hamlet, set back from a very quiet road, about 2 kms from the village of St Georges de Rouelley, which is midway between the medieval towns of Domfront and Mortain. The village has a bakery, mini market store, newsagent, cafe/ restaurant, hairdresser's and garage. There is also a Doctors surgery, nurse's office and Veterinary surgery as well as the Marie's office and the lovely village church, which is open to all. The channel port of Ouistreham (Caen) is only 90 mins away with several crossings daily to Portsmouth. Dinard airport is also 90 minutes away which has a budget airline connection to Leeds/ Bradford, East Midlands and Stansted. There are excellent local schools and colleges as well hospitals in the area.
From the property there is direct access onto tracks enabling miles of excellent walking, cycling and riding for those with equestrian interest. Five minutes from the house is the well-known "Fosse Arthour" with excellent lake fishing and rock climbing facilities. There are over 170 climbs available for different degrees of ability.
Peter Elias, (Agent Commercial) - RSAC N°48183917300020.
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