Property ID : NLEN002060
Sold Subject to Contract €330.000 agency fees included - Cottage, Gites, House
- Well presented 3/4 bedroom home
- Separate Art studio/craft room
- Barn, workshop & stables
- 1.5 hectare plot
- Paddocks, courtyard and garden
- Peace and quiet
- 5 mins from Baugé-en-Anjou
Wherever you look within the grounds of this property your met with ideas for painting, opportunities to create, areas to sit and relax, walks within the woodland, outbuildings destined to become greater things and moments to while away whilst enjoying the sunshine and peace and quiet this home offers.
Difficult to imagine that you’re only a short 5 minute drive into the heart of Baugé-en-Anjou with all the amenities you’ll ever need and an excellent choice of restaurants and circa 30 minutes into the medieval city of Angers steeped in history and architecture and then once you’ve done with that it’s back to the tranquility of “rural life” with of course added modern day comforts that this well presented home can provide. Lovingly improved and enjoyed since 2001 the time has come for this “fermette” to find a new owner. The spacious accommodation within the house of large lounge with feature fireplace, beams and tiled floors enjoys double aspect views over the rear garden and courtyard, the well appointed fitted kitchen is large and has ample space for a dining table, the former cellar has been modernised and today offers a breakfast room with direct access to the wine cave and a good sized mezzanine above used as a bedroom or study as needed. The ground floor is completed with a laundry room (possible shower) and separate wc and master bedroom with en-suite shower room and wc. The central hall has stairs leading to the 1st floor where you’ll discover 2 further bedrooms and bathroom with wc.
Arranged around the courtyard we have a selection of outbuildings including an artist studio/craft room (or anything else that takes your fancy) of circa 60m² with a usable attic space above, attached to this is the barn/garage (parking for several vehicles), opposite the house another outbuilding today has a number of store rooms, a large workshop with mezzanine area and stables. The focal point of the courtyard is without doubt the flourishing twisted willow providing shaded al-fresco areas when needed.
With the buildings positioned centrally in the plot the owner has created a number of paddocks to allow rotational grazing for her horses along with paths through the woodland, ornamental pond, vegetable patch, etc. etc. There is a well with electric pump used for gardening etc.
A charming rural location whilst only a short distance to the hustle and bustle of the nearby market towns. Ideally suited as a permanent or holiday home with scope to expand the accommodation for maybe paying guests if required.