Close to Sees, Beautiful farmhouse with lots of potential, Orne, Normandy
€182,500 [convert]

3 100m2

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Key Features

Property Type: House
Number of bedrooms: 3
WCs: 2
Primary Energy Consumption Band: 436
France Property Shop ID: 593564
Reference: 75011112071

Property Description

Close to Sees, Beautiful farmhouse with lots of potential. This square farmhouse comprises a main house of approximately 100 m2 habitable, a garage with an apartment to be finished of approx 55 m2 upstairs and a reception room of approximately 35 m2, a second outbuilding formerly stable to renovate, a last building with cellar and large room of approximately 40 m2 upstairs. All around an interior courtyard with several accesses to the garden part for a total area of 650 m2 of building on 5300 m2 of land. Orchard, well, mains drainage, fireplace, roof completely redone, some still under decades ... This property located in a village near Sees offers a lot of possibilities as a gite, family property, craftsman's house ... visit without delay! Fees: 4.29% TTC included buyer's charge (€ 175,000 excluding fees) Sales agent Sextant France - Benjamin Fauchier agent based in SAINT PIERRE DES NIDS - 07 68 14 21 83 - More information on www.sextantfrance.fr ref. 15265 Ancient Roman fortress Sagium, located on the road of tin, the bishopric of Sées was established in the fifth century by Saint Latuin. Located in the heart of the department of Orne, 25 km north of Alençon, the ancient Sagium or Sagio whose first name is mentioned in 991, derives its name from the Gallic tribe, the sagii. In the 7th century, Saint Evroult founded the abbey of Saint Martin. Important religious center, Sées disappears practically with the barbarian invasions. The cathedral destroyed four times is rebuilt in the early thirteenth century in its current form. Until 1465, the city is composed of three villages: Bourg l'Evêque, Bourg le Comte and Bourg l'Abbé. The origins of Sées are therefore tripartite: Roman, feudal and monastic. During the wars of religion, the city is plundered by Montgommery. At the time of the Revolution, Sées had five parishes. The Comte de Provence, the future Louis XVIII, had his tutor appointed, Monseigneur du Plessis d'Argentré, bishop of Sées. It fills the region with its benefits and builds a majestic episcopal palace. Today, Sées is one of the four chief towns of the canton of France, which is the seat of a bishopric. The episcopal city has kept over the centuries the charm of small towns by integrating in its landscape, amenities useful for everyday life. Sées is named in 2018 "Small City of character of the Orne". To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Benjamin Fauchier, please fill in the form below.

Primary Energy Consumption (kWh/m2/year) For This Property
< 50 A
51 -90 B
91 - 150 C
151 - 230 D
231 - 330 E
331 - 450 F
436
> 451 G

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