Today is a gloomy, brooding Wednesday where I live, a perfect day to share this beautiful, gloomy, brooding 15th century Gothic French manor house. It has suits of armor! It has a coat of arms! It has spiral staircases, monumental mantels and all kinds of other architectural goodies.
Per the listing, translated from French:
This 15th century manor imposes by its refined style highlighting its architectural elements. The Gothic gate, the tower topped with its high pepperpot, both with their granite spiral staircase or the intact dovecote, are as many witnesses of the past as to demonstrate the importance of the place … This place full of history would be adapted to the development of a tourist project of type cottages or guest rooms (several outbuildings can be developed).
The property is organized around several buildings including the manor, two outbuildings (stone barns), a shed, a dovecote and a fountain extended by a former wash house.
The main entrance gives into a corridor which serves an office, a living room then the den. The dining room with its monumental fireplace opens onto the kitchen and back kitchen. Windowed doors open to the outside, side courtyard. The living room communicates with the tower which distributes the rooms on the floor, the boiler room, a bathroom, toilets as well as a door opening outdoors to the South side.
On the first floor, a living room, then 3 bedrooms of which one with a dressing done up in duplex apartment, and bathroom. On the second floor, a room in the tower and an attic.
Adjoining the mansion, south side, there are two outbuildings stone.
Shops and amenities are 4 km. The road that serves the property is dead end and therefore very little used.