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REF:DOM1628

Price:€399,000

Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouet, Manche, Lower-Normandy

 

Floor Area: 450 m2

Land Area: 59000 m2

A magnificent manor house dating back to 1509 in very good condition offering approximately 450m2 (4,843 sq ft) of flexible living space with 8 main rooms including 5 bedrooms upstairs.  The whole set in glorious parkland of 5.9 hectares (14.57 acres) with lovely views.

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Property Details

A magnificent manor house dating back to 1509 in very good condition offering approximately 450m2 (4,843 sq ft) of flexible living space with 8 main rooms including 5 bedrooms upstairs.  The whole set in glorious parkland of 5.9 hectares (14.57 acres) with lovely views.  Tastefully renovated to an exacting specification this property retains many impressive period features including feature fireplaces, exposed wooden beams, panelled walls, wooden staircases and tiled floors.  Fabulous entertaining space.  Range of outbuildings including large shed, guest house in former saddlery, greenhouse, 4 horse boxes & workshop.

Location

Dinard Airport (Ryanair London Stanstead) – 1hr 15 mins
St Malo – 1 hr 20 mins
Cherbourg - 2 hours
Le Havre – 2 hours, 30 mins
Calais – 5 hours

Accommodation

Number of rooms: 8
Number of bedrooms: 5
Habitable space: 450 m2 (4,843 sq ft)

Ground Floor:

Beautiful entrance hall
Dining room, 31m ², fireplace, parquet, wood paneling,
Beautiful living room with TV, 50m ²
Large kitchen completely renovated with period fireplace, 35m ²,
Utility room
Separate WC

Full basement (old cider store)

1st floor:

5 bedrooms of approximately 14, 20, 24, 26 and 35m ²,
2 bathrooms completely renovated with WC’s
Separate WC

2nd floor:

Huge attic space easily converted to extra accommodation if required.

Exterior

5.9 hectares (14.57 acres)

Outbuildings:

Large shed
Small guest house (former saddlery)
Former greenhouse
4 horse boxes
Workshop

Local comments

This beautiful Château is in a lovely location on the outskirts of a small quiet village, with a shop/café within walking distance.

Originally built in the 16th Century, the Château consists of two wings.  Unfortunately, one wing was burnt to the ground in a war between Protestants and Catholics some 200 years ago but was sympathetically rebuilt in 1820.  The vendors have the complete history of the Château back to 1509.

There are approx 5.9 hectares (14.57 acres) of land, including formal gardens, paddocks (suitable for horses, cattle, sheep etc), there is also another piece of land which would be ideal for a riding arena if equestrian pursuits are of interest to you (or use as an additional paddock). There is currently no swimming pool but there are numerous places where a pool could be installed if required.

There are also a wide range of outbuildings, including a stable block with hay loft, 2 kennels, large greenhouse, gardener's cottage, garage, hangar, & very large workshop, plus a purpose built vegetable garden with full watering system.

The large caves (cellars) under the property still contain the original cider barrels from when the property was run as a successful Cider producing Château some years ago. These would be ideally used as large wine cellars, or for extra storage.

All of the original features remain intact, these include the oak wooden floors throughout the property, fireplaces in all main reception rooms and bedrooms (huge inglenook fireplace in kitchen), period wood panelled walls & oak staircase.  The original stone food warmer and stone sink remain in the kitchen.

The property has mains electric, mains water, and central heating.

The Château is situated on a quiet country lane, a short walk to the small village with shop/cafe, and only a 10 min drive to two large towns, that offer a wide range of amenities, including supermarkets, DIY shops, Restaurants & Bars, garden centre and typical French Markets.

Taxe fonciere: € 1,460
Taxe d’habitation: € 800