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Putanges-le-Lac, Orne,
€214,000  |   Ref: 9369A

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  • Detached stone house, dating from 1470
  • Independent gîte
  • Lovely original features
  • One acre garden
  • Outbuildings with potential
  • Separate detached house for renovation
  • Fibre broadband
  • Excellent outdoor activities in the area
  • 1hr from the beach
  • 1hr from Caen ferry port

This beautiful old building has been in existence for over 550 years.  Fortunately, it has been modernised somewhat over that time, but plenty of character features remain intact and the property has a lovely homely feel.  An independent gîte and potential to develop an outbuilding as well as the location close to a lovely lake & town is ideal for anyone looking for a property that might offer income potential.

Originally built in 1470 and from looking at the architectural features, it is thought the house was first renovated in 1807.   The house is quirky and has a real sense of history.  It is situated in a small hamlet along with a large manor house, next to a small church.  

Six years ago, the current owners rewired and completely redecorated - installing a new kitchen and bathrooms.  The septic tank was also installed in 2016 and the property has fibre broadband.  The main living space is heated by the fantastic open fire place. There is a total 134m2 habitable space.  Here’s the current layout:

Accessed via a set of external steps:

First floor Main Living Area

Open plan split level living space:  7.36 x 4.31m  Incorporating sitting room / dining room and kitchen with large granite fireplace

Kitchen area 3.59m2 x 2.1m 

Bedroom 1:  6 x 3.19m  Split level (currently used as a study).  This room has a communicating door to the bedroom in the apartment

Hallway:  Stairs to basement

Bedroom 2: 4.3 x 3.24m Split level

Bathroom: 18 x 1.68m with bath

Steps lead down to:

Ground floor bedroom 3: 3.58 x 3.15m with wood panelling 

Ensuite bedroom 3.07 x 2.06m with bath

Independent gîte accommodation:

Ground floor

Sitting room:  3.26  3.08m

Kitchenette:  3.03 x 2.2m

First floor (also accessed via the connecting door in the study in the main house)

Bedroom 1: 3.26 x 2.91m

Ensuite bathroom: 2.74 x 1.93m with bath

Outbuildings:

A large area of barns are attached to the house so there is a substantial area of space that could be converted into additional gites / accommodation / workshops if required.  (Depending on plans, planning permission may be required.)

There is also a completely independent house that also offers potential for renovation.  Originally a bread oven, the house has lovely original stone walls, wooden beams, a concrete floor and a the septic tank and electric connection have been installed ready for conversion.  It would certainly be a project, but it could be a very cute little cottage once complete.

Here are the dimensions of the of outbuildings:

Store room:  7.04 x 6.06m

Attached barn:  12.95 x 6.78m with a pair of wooden doors, 2 windows and part concrete floor

Separate room: 6.78 x 2.92 with concrete floor

Old Milking Parlour:  7.12 x 4.99m

Outside:

The plot covers just over an acre and the gardens are mostly lawned with mature trees and shrubs.  There is a veg garden, arranged with raised beds.

Location:  

The house is situated in a small little hamlet with a manor house and little church.  It is a lovely quiet, peaceful spot with far reaching views.  The riverside town of Putanges-le-Lac has a very pretty square with restaurants and local shops.  The lake itself is perfect for exploring by canoe and it’s also a great area for walking.  There is no shortage of lovely towns in the area to explore including Vire, Falaise, Flers and Argentan.  Pont-d’Ouilly is just up the road and if you wanted to go a little further afield, the coast is an hour away and Honfleur, Caen and Deauville make a lovely destinations for a day trip.

At a glance:

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Receptions: 2
Habitable space: 134m2
Plot size: 4162m2 / 1 acre
Taxe foncière: €1150
DPE rating: TBC
Broadband: Fibre optic available
Glazing: Single & Secondary
Heating: Fire 
Drainage: Septic tank (installed in 2016)
Neighbours:  manor house nearby
Distance to shops: 5 mins
Distance to coast: 1 hr
Distance to ferry port:  1hr

Please note: Agency fees are included in the advertised price and are payable by the purchaser.   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.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website:  www.georisks.gouv.fr




Putanges-le-Lac, Orne
Normandy 61210
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 9369A
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