This 17th century property located about an hour from Paris in the Eure department is in the immediate vicinity of Anet chateau, renowned equestrian properties, a golf course and Dreux state forest.
Originally comprising a priory with a chapel and cloisters, the property was later extended to create a U-shape with the addition of a typically regional farmhouse and a barn. Both are fully fitted.
The preserved authentic interior features tomette floor tiles, Burgundy paving stone, and magnificent exposed beams and joists. Remarkable architectural features include multiple ribbed bays and arcades, stone, brick and timber facing, dormer windows and traditional roof-tiles.
Some modernisation is required in order to bring contemporary comfort to the property.
In 15 hectares of grounds in an elevated rolling setting and commanding a stunning view.
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