This village house built of stone with a sound slate…
You will find these two adjoining houses in the centre of the thriving village of Céaucé and they offer a great opportunity to live in one house whilst doing up the one next door. Situated on the road between Ambrières-les-Vallées and Domfront-en-Poiraie, these houses boasts some nice period features such as a fireplace, wattle and daub interior walls and oak staircases. The basic shells of the houses are reasonable but would benefit from double glazed windows, bathrooms and kitchens, wiring and heating to bring them up to a good standard. Once the work is completed, you would have two 2 bedroom cottages (with a small office or small room each) side by side and interconnecting for holiday use, main residence or rental. There is plenty of space to expand into both attics, subject to obtaining the relevant authorisations. There is some outside space at the rear with a little workshop also in need of renovation, not to forget a decent sized detached garden (450m²) nearby. Céaucé is an active village with local shops such as a bakery, 2 butchers, 2 bar/restaurants, 2 hairdressers, a pharmacy and a doctor. There is a fishing lake 500m from the centre of the village and you will enjoy discovering by foot, bicycle or canoe the Normandie-Maine natural park spanning over 250,000 hectares of beautiful scenery. Those interested in history will enjoy visiting the medieval town of Domfront (11km) and the picturesque village of Lassay-les-Châteaux (15km). Caen ferry port is only 110km away.
This property would be an ideal lock up and leave weekend getaway or a forever home to discover South Normandy.
This property is exempt from requiring an energy efficiency report (DPE) / 44.950€ / Fees payable by the vendor. For more information about this property, please contact Ed Williams, commercial agent 849 511 282 RSAC Laval. To see our range of properties, please visit our Agence Thom website. We look forward to finding you your dream property.