Immaculately renovated 16th Century Manor in stunning Rochefort en Terre with 9 bedrooms, nearly 2 hectares of grounds, private Class 1 fishing, possibility of Chambres d'Hotes, artist's studios and workshop., Morbihan, Brittany
This property has been tastefully and completely renovated whilst maintaining multiple original features, not least its vast wooden spiral staircase, beams aplenty and wood panelled library. Situated just on the outskirts of France's most beautiful village (as voted for in 2016) the stunning Rochefort en Terre lies on your doorstep, steeped in medieval history and architecture. The first part of the building was originally used as a hunting lodge for the Bishop of Redon and dates back to the 16th century. The whole plot is situated in a Natura 2000 Zone and therefore non constructible. Fully double glazed throughout in oak with anti-infraction glass, centralised vacuuming system and underfloor heating in both buildings, with its aerothermal heating system and walls insulated with lime-hemp, no expense has been spared in bringing this property up to modern standards. Attached there is a carpenter's workshop and two artists studios (with potential to house an indoor pool if so desired).