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Soucé has 4 receptions 4  

Soucé has 3 bathrooms 3  

Soucé has 3 bedrooms 3  

REF:DOM1402

Price:€179,985

Soucé, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire

 

Floor Area: 150 m2

Land Area: 600 m2

A beautifully presented and very spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom stone built ‘longere’ with lovely countryside views set in 600m2 (6,458 sq ft) gardens.   In total 150m2 (1,614sq ft) habitable space with many interesting character features including wooden beams, exposed stonework and tiled floors.  Well located in the northern part of the Loire Valley close to the border with Normandy.  Village shops 1.5km.

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Property Details

A beautifully presented and very spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom stone built ‘longere’ with lovely countryside views set in 600m2 (6,458 sq ft) gardens.   In total 150m2 (1,614sq ft) habitable space with many interesting character features including wooden beams, exposed stonework and tiled floors.  Well located in the northern part of the Loire Valley close to the border with Normandy.  Village shops 1.5km.

Accommodation

Number of rooms: 7
Number of bedrooms: 3
Habitable space: 150m2 (1,614sq ft)

Double height open kitchen
Living room
Dining room
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms (2 en-suite)
Utility room

Land area 

600m2 (6,458 sq ft)

Garage

Vendor’s description

Charming detached stone cottage situated in the rolling countryside on the Normandy/Mayenne boarder

Benefitting from a total renovation to a high standard, this architect designed property is light and spacious and surrounded by an open aspect of fields and cider apple orchards.

The main entrance door opens onto a sunny south facing dining room with a tiled floor and wood burning stove on a stone hearth.

The dining room has an electric radiator, television point and several electric sockets.

There is an access to the modern fitted kitchen with several double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and the surrounding area.  

The two original A frames and the oak beams are an attractive feature in the double height ceiling.  A door allows access to the side of the house.

Leading from the dining room is a room currently used as an office/library complete with south facing double glazed window, radiator, telephone point and socket outlets. 

The bright and spacious lounge at the end of the house has two large original oak beams.  There are two radiator points, television socket and electrical outlets.  There is also an outlet for projector screen television.

A wide tiled corridor leads down the rear door and has two storage rooms and a tiled boot room with ample storage for shoes and muddy boots.  The electricity meter is also housed here. 

The first floor is reach by a carpeted staircase where there are three large double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

All bedrooms have double glazed velux windows and black out blinds and provide views over the gardens and surrounding landscape. 

Off the master bedroom is a large shower room with toilet, sink and shower and electric towel radiator.  There is also a walk in wardrobe complete with plenty of shelves, drawers and hanging rails.  This light and airy bedroom has the original chestnut floor, oak beams and wide tiled window sills, electric radiator, television point, telephone socket and electric points.

The main family bathroom has a toilet, sink and bath with shower attachment.  There is an electric towel radiator and electric point.  The floor is original oak planks and a large double glazed velux window provides plenty of light. 

A wide corridor leads down to the two bedrooms and has the restored oak beams and original oak flooring.

The second double bedroom has oak flooring and large tiled window sill. There is an electric radiator, television point, telephone socket and several electrical outlets.

The third bedroom has a carpeted floor, restored beams, tiled window sill, radiator, telephone and television points and electrical sockets. The ensuite shower room is off this bedroom and gives access to the macerator toilet, corner sink, tiled shower and electric towel radiator.  This bedroom also has a fitted wardrobe in the corner providing hanging space and shelving.

Access to the attic is gained through a trap door in the ceiling.  A ladder is attached to the trap door providing an easy climb in to a partially boarded and well insulated space.  The 300 litre hot water tank for the house stands in a cupboard next to the bathroom.  There is also a useful store room with shelving for bedding and towels.

The front of the house has a large two car parking space with a gravelled and partially paved seating area.  To the rear of the house is a large paved and gravelled terrace.  A gently sloping well stocked garden and small lawn face the terrace creating a secluded and private area.  Access to the large garage is via railway sleeper steps.  Part of the garage is used as a utility room and has hot and cold water pipes for a washing machine and a vent for a tumble dryer.  The garage has a useful shelving, work bench and electrical sockets.  There are also two doors which give access to each side of the garage.

Attached to the house, but accessible only from outside is a storeroom.  This room has electricity, hot and cold water and also a toilet waste pipe.