In the countryside, this 19th century manor benefits from a 1.3 hectare park. It offers spacious rooms with all modern conveniences and magnificent views over the landscape of farmland and pasture.
Once through the gate, a long tree-lined driveway leads to the courtyard. The manor stands proudly with its granite facade and slate roof. Probably built in the 1830s / 1840s, it looks like a small presbytery from certain angles. A lintel, reminiscent of Saint Roch or Saint Hubert, surmounts the entrance door.
The 280 m2 (2,767 sq ft) of living space spans 3 floors and the layout is modern. On the ground floor, the hall gives access to the dining room and the adjoining lounge. These reception rooms are particularly luminous, thanks to several exhibitions, large windows and high ceilings. Fireplaces, parquet flooring, wainscoting and rosettes give them character. A recently fitted and equipped kitchen, a spacious dining area, toilets and various cupboards complete this level.
The stairway leading upstairs is installed in the tower, whose high windows give a view of the countryside. On the first floor, a colonnaded landing leads to two huge en suite bedrooms with their own bathroom. The second floor, with its mansard roof, comprises three en suite bedrooms with bathroom or shower room.
The basement runs under the entire manor house. It is lit by several windows and communicates with the garden. There are several rooms including the boiler room, a workshop and the old kitchens.
The park, with its lawn and century-old trees, is carefully maintained. Open to the bocage, it allows you to enjoy the rural environment. A pergola as well as a small pond come to decorate it.
Two stone outbuildings complete the property. One is situated near the pond and is currently used as a shed. The second, paved with stones, would have contained the former stables and the cart. It could become a guesthouse.
This manor offers all modern conveniences: oil-fired central heating, double glazing, fibre connection. The individual sanitation system is in conformity.
The town of Vire is 5 kilometres away, 7 minutes by car. An SNCF train station makes it possible to reach Paris in 2 hours 30 and Granville in 30 minutes. Caen and Bayeux are about 60 kilometres away (50 minutes by road).