- Type: House
- Living surface: 110
- Plot size: 250
- Bedrooms: 3
- Total rooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 2
- Closest neighbour in m.: 50
- Close By: Recreation lake, Hiking & Cycling, City centre
- Languages spoken: Français, English
Stone House, a former annex of a XVI century water mill boarding the river Eure
Price: € 285 000 | Ref.: 3636 | Views: 643
A former annex of a XVI century water mill, this restored stone house on a domain classified as “Monument Historique” boards the river Eure. The property is located in the heart of a medieval market town just 7km from the chateau of the famous Madame de Maintenon. The property is conveniently located within walking distance of transport, schools, shops, restaurants, cafés and services. Just outside the front gate are bike lanes, a sports complex including public swimming pool, football pitch and petanque court. Tennis courts and walking trails can be found on the wooded grounds of the town’s chateau. Less than an hour from Paris and 10 minutes from the nearest regional train station with access to major centres Chartres,Versailles, Rambouillet or Paris. Ideal primary residence with all services or secondary home offering numerous recreational activities in this vibrant town and surrounding area.
The brightly lit ground floor is composed of an open concept living/dining room with fireplace, open fitted kitchen, a separate lounge, a shower room and WC with a partitioned laundry area. On the first floor: a landing with built-in wardrobe, 3 bedrooms and a seperate WC plus access to the second floor attic, which offers sufficient headroom and volume to transform into a possible master bedroom or study.
Entering via the gated driveway, planted with established poplar and oak trees, one passes a brook and an ornamental pond and the river Eure with its ducks and the occasional swan as it winds its way through the property. A second iron gate sections off the 250 sqm2 of private land which features a house and garden, two sheds and a terrace. The lines that mark its original construction are seen in the stone walls and exposed wooden beams characteristic of the region.
The property benefits from recent renovation and double glazed windows and doors throughout. The shared parking area of this gated community can accommodate several vehicles.
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