Farmhouses seventies, Eure-et-Loir, Centre-Val de Loire
This set of two Anglo-Norman style houses is located in the village of Muzy between the valley of the Avre and the Eure Valley. This property has a living area of 350 sqm and a plot of 3616 sqm with a bird's eye view of the horses. A vast entry opens on a beautiful room of life with a heating on the soil which gathers three spaces. A library with an old-fashioned wood stove ideal for inter-seasons, a dining room with two square-shaped windows allowing you to contemplate the meadows as far as the eye can see and the living room around the modern fireplace benefiting from the cathedral canopy 6 meters with imposing oak beams revealing stone outbuildings. The spacious independent kitchen and fully equipped with center island and piano Payez gives a nice view on a terrace of 35 m² and a yard with rose crawling on the wooden frame. An office lounge with original fireplace completes this level. Two steps lead to a first large bedroom with ensuite shower room and a direct door to the garden. A staircase leads to two large and beautiful bedrooms with bathrooms and respective shower. In addition, a master suite of 60 m² attic with a height of 4 meters with dressing room, balneotherapy and walk-in shower. The assets of this house are the charm of the old, the volumes and the height under ceiling, the brightness of the rooms, the different levels and arrangements, the beautiful quality materials and the landscaped and peaceful environment. An attic to convert A cellar Seven horse boxes (two concrete and five wooden) A barn of 100 m² A small house to renovate 50 m² (living room, kitchen and bedroom) A large and high garage to accommodate a horse truck or a motorhome A closed double garage with automatic doors. 400 meters from kindergarten and primary school, 20 minutes from Houdan station for Paris Montparnasse, bakery and supermarket 5 minutes from Saint Georges Motel and 15 minutes from the A13 and N12.