- Modern house with disabled access
- 4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
- Immaculate condition
- Beautiful garden
- Good letting track record
- Within easy reach of ferry port
This modern, detached 4 bedroom house has full disabled access on the ground floor. The property was built in 2007 in the traditional colombage style and has been let as a holiday home for clients with disabilities or mobility issues. The property is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is within easy reach of shops and services.
There’s a total of 153m2 and the layout of the property is as follows:
Open Plan Living Room/Dining Room 8.00 x 5.00m (min) Tiled floor. Wood-burner. Stairs to first floor. 2 electric radiators. Built-in storage cupboard with electric meter, distribution board and hot water cylinder. Telephone socket. Sliding patio door and partly glazed door to terrace and front of house. Sliding patio doors to side terrace.
Fitted Kitchen 3.12 x 3.06m Range of matching base and wall units. Small breakfast bar. Glazed door to side and window to rear elevations. Space for free standing fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Built-in oven and 4 ring electric hob with extractor hood over. Worktops and tiled splash-backs. Electric radiator
Bedroom 1 3.93 x 3.55m Window to side elevation. Tiled floor.Electric radiator
Bedroom 2 4.12 x 3.57m Window to rear elevation. Tiled floor. Electric radiator. Built-in wardrobe.
Wet Room 3.22 x 3.14m (max) Fully tiled. High level WC. Vanity unit. Electric radiator and heated towel rail. Open walk-in shower with drop down seat and hand rails. Extractor.
Mezzanine/Seating/Study Area 4.95 x 2.46m Electric radiator. Velux window to front elevation. Hatch to loft.
Bedroom 3 5.89 x 3.54m Velux window to rear elevation. Built-in cupboard. Electric radiator
Cloakroom WC. Extractor.
Shower Room 2.64 x 1.93m Pedestal basin. Velux window to rear elevation. Electric radiator. Shower. Sloping ceiling. Extractor.
Bedroom 4 6.06 x 3.94m Velux window to rear and window to side elevations. Access to eaves. 2 electric radiators. Hatch to loft.
(More detail available on the many design features that have been incorporated for disabled guests).
There is a wood-burning stove and the house has centrally controlled electric heating using a mixture of radiant panels and convector heaters, all of which also have individual thermostat controls. Drainage is to an all water septic tank. There is a centralised mechanical ventilation system. The property is equipped with a satellite dish, which is orientated/tuned to the Astra 2 satellite for the reception of British TV and radio channels.
There is the opportunity to buy an adjacent, beautiful gîte complex that consists of a main house, attached gîte and farmhouse with 2 hectares of land. Click here for further details.
Wrap around, part covered terraced seating area. Large car port. The garden is lawned with mature trees and shrubs.
The property is situated in a peaceful and private location, 3kms from the pretty village of Céaucé. There’s a small produce market here every Thursday morning and there’s a good selection of shops and services, including an excellent bakery. The larger towns of Domfront and Lassay-les-Chateaux are both about a 15min drive. Both are delightful medieval towns and have a wide range of shops and restaurants (Le Grandgousier restaurant in Domfront is certainly worth a visit). The popular spa town of Bagnoles de L’Orne is also within easy reach.
The ferry port at Caen is about a 90min drive, whilst St Malo is just under 2hrs away.
The surrounding countryside is green, lush and rolling and the picturesque Normandy/Maine National Park is on the doorstep. This is a perfect destination for cycling, hiking and horse-riding.
Normandy is of course one of the gastronomic centres of France and there are some fantastic local restaurants. There are several Michelin-starred restaurants within easy reach as well a good selection of more low-key Auberges.
The Orne region is well known for its cider orchards and cheese farms. The local tipple is AOC cider and perry (poiré), made from the abundance of apple and pear orchards that dot the surrounding countryside. Visitors can enjoy cider and cheese tasting at many farms throughout the region. In early spring there are carpets of blossoming trees while in the autumn it’s possible to join the apple harvest and cider-pressing, which is celebrated traditionally with local village fairs.
At a glance:
Plot size: 2000m²
Habitable space: 153m²
Drainage: Septic tank
Heating: Centrally controlled electric heating + Wood-burner
Distance to shops: 3km
Distance to ferry port: 90mins
Distance to coast: 1h10mins
Please note: All locations and sizes are approximate. La Résidence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied.