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Set in a secluded and tranquil plot of almost 5,000 sqm in a small hamlet, surrounded by the beautiful natural countryside of the Perche Ornais, on the edge of the Perche Natural Park and with wonderful views, this ancient country house has been the subject of major professional restoration of high quality .
Dating from the late 18th/early 19th century the house was originally used as an ancient dwelling and barn and its conversion in 2008 has retained many original features whilst now enjoying luminous spaces with every modern comfort. Now a charming luxurious home of character with approx. 240 m² of space for families and friends to enjoy.
The striking entrance hall is bathed in light and features a cathedral style ceiling and study room. The hall leads to the living room of some 45 m² which features a large stone fireplace with Douvre enamelled multi-fuel stove. Also on the ground floor is a spacious dining room and a door to a useful workshop/store and boiler room. Terracotta and oak flooring, oak beams, double glazing throughout, lime plastered walls, high quality insulation and a modern electrical installation, as well as a purpose-built kitchen with integral appliances and granite worktops leading to a utility room with door to the garden. Ground floor bedroom, a shower room and WC. An artisan-designed oak staircase leads to the first floor wide landing giving way to 4 further bedrooms with access to the loft storage space. The master bedroom is extremely spacious and light, with its own dressing room with walk-in wardrobe, an additional large storage cupboard and en-suite bathroom.
Family shower room and a large linen cupboard.
Underfloor heating fuelled by a condensation oil boiler,
The sun rises over the front of the house which has a sweeping gravel courtyard and gardens with lawns and mature shrubs and trees to the front, side and rear. To the rear there is a large paved terrace for sunny afternoons and evenings, and at the side a vegetable plot and fruit trees, a secure log store with boarded storage above, 2 substantial wooden outbuildings, one of which is garage-sized, and the rest of the land which is bordered at the far end by mature trees and with views over the countryside.
The property is situated approx. 2 km from a small town with post office, bank, supermarket etc, and is approx. 15 minutes from the lovely old town of Mortagne-au-Perche. Access to the N12 and direct route ( 2 hrs by road) to Paris is only 10 minutes away. The nearest railway station with direct trains to Paris is 20 minutes away, and the drive to the channel port of Caen-Ouistreham is an easy 1hr 35 minutes.
This is a great opportunity as properties of this quality and great location are in demand in the National Park.