Rural manor house set in rolling countryside between Mortain and Saint Hilaire du Harcouët on 3-hectares with lake and range of outbuildings - perfect BandB or family home, Manche, Normandy
This lovely Logis nestles in rolling countryside within easy reach of the towns of Mortain and Saint Hilaire du Harcouët in rural Normandy. Constructed during the late 17th and early 18th centuries, the house and outbuildings are arranged around a courtyard. The old stables have more recently been used as workshops cider and jam production. The dovecote tower is divided in to two studio apartments previously used as holiday lettings. A stone barn with large mezzanine floor completes the courtyard. Land is divided in to a cider orchard of approximately 1.7 acres ; grazing and woodland with lake. The house itself was operated until recently as a bed and breakfast and is packed with original features with huge granite fireplaces, beams, a beautifully carved staircase and exposed stone, there is work to preview in terms of internal refreshing and two large attics provide the possibility to extend the habitable space. The house has hydrothermal central heating with underfloor heating in most of the ground floor rooms and is partially double glazed. Overall a lovely property, set in pretty countryside, offering a wealth of possibilities!