# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
# castle 11 rooms for sale on MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
  • For sale Castle Mortagne-au-Perche (61400)

  • MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
  • 1,280,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4047

Ref. 4047: ELEGANT PROPERTY 15th CENTURY RESTORED AT THE EDGE OF THE PERCH.

Discreetly located in the heart of a rural Orne village of some 170 souls,
this property benefits from a rural and peaceful setting less than 150 km from
Versailles.
It is self-sufficient with its local shops and essential services, but it is also ideally
enhanced by its location in the centre of a triangle between Alençon/Sées/Mortagne-au-Perche
which ensures a generous and high quality additional offer.

This family property is a happy compromise for a secure country life
of civilisation, where all the motorway and rail infrastructures are present and
and easy to reach.
The tourist and cultural activities (regional park, Alpes Mancelles, national forests,
heritage, religious buildings, museums, associations); sports and leisure activities
(golf, equestrian centres, stud farms, hunting, fishing, animal park, rally-cross circuit, karting) are all present and unavoidable assets of the Orne region.

It is out of sight that this old manor will open its future to those who will know how to tune in
to the feeling of serenity and well-being that it has so naturally exuded for several centuries.
The reasonable size of the property and its many possibilities for extension make it perfectly suited to all types of projects (main, secondary, events... or simple holiday accommodation).

In July 1202 Philip Augustus, King of France, made an inventory of his fiefs following his conquest of southern Normandy...This property is already listed.
This estate is again mentioned in March 1459, clearly designating certain nearby sites as "vassals of the Seigneurie". This information confirms the existence of buildings prior to the construction of the castle, as the outbuilding still testifies today.
Through marriage, the illustrious Lords of Gruel de la Frette owned this complex for 200 years.
One of the members of this family killed the nephew of Louis XIV's mistress (the Marquise de Montespan) in a duel. The Gruels de la Frette were banished from the Kingdom and stripped of their titles and possessions, at the very moment when the castle had just been transferred by marriage to the Thiboust family.
During the revolution, the castle, emptied of its occupants, became a hideout for the Chouans…
One of the Thiboust children emigrates ... the property is requisitioned by the Republic.
The castle is seized, sequestered and divided into lots.
In the 19th century, the castle and its lands were sold, and the ruined building was destroyed in 1846.
Today, two buildings remain, the former manor house transformed into a common and an outbuilding, a barn dating from the 15th century (label of the heritage foundation).
Several centuries have brought a total restructuring of the current building, by various additions made in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Returned to the family in 1965, the current occupants took possession in 2000.

The property comprises 2 large buildings of almost equal size facing each other, delimiting a vast courtyard of honour protected on either side by a moat fed by a spring.
The main dwelling has an elegant limestone rubble facade, generously pointed with lime, with a prominent square tower, and is built on two main levels.
The attic is topped by a flat tile roof with two main chimneys.
The rear of the dwelling is embellished with a charming watchtower confirming the defensive aspect of the dwelling.
With a living area of approx. 440 sqm, the property is laid out as follows:
Ground floor: an entrance via the east gable opens onto a large travertine kitchen (25 sqm).
A vaulted dining room (42 sqm), in jointed stone and travertine floor.
A storage room.
A large lounge (77 sqm) with monumental fireplace, exposed joists and terracotta floor.
Vestibule with staircase to the bedrooms, access to the study, WC. Antique terracotta floor.
Office/library of about 40 sqm with fireplace (stove) - small dressing room
Beautiful ceiling heights between 2.96 and 3.86m.
First floor: 6 bedrooms / 4 shower rooms / linen room / dressing room / WC / landing / corridor / cupboards
Boiler room, with access to the attic (insulated) accessible by a miller's ladder.
Stone staircase leading down to the tower.
Ceiling heights of approx. 2.5 m on average.
The main dwelling is approximately 41 x 9 m.

A large outbuilding dating from the 15th century faces the main dwelling, of almost identical dimensions (44 x 9 m).
The structure is made of rubble stone with lime pointing, topped by a tiled roof that was completely redone in stages between 2000 and 2022.
Its facade has 2 large carriage doors, probably the site of a charetterie.
The outbuilding is now used as a workshop, garage, cellar and storage, all equipped with electricity.
There is no doubt that it will form an essential basis for various extension projects with its 400 sqm available.

The grounds are airy, diverse and harmoniously adapted to the relatively flat configuration of the site. The presence of the moat reinforces the feeling of security that emerges as soon as the
the gate.
Originally, the property was entirely surrounded by its moat, making enemy attacks futile; the rear part of the dwelling was filled in for the creation in 2004 of a heated swimming pool (10X5m), powered by a heat pump (2015).
It is 1 to 1.80m deep and has a well-maintained machinery (2010) and liner (2012).
A beautiful wood of 4.28 acres completes the picture, and offers another way out... with the many species present in the park (cherry/ash/beech/sequoia/American oak/cypress/liquidambar/cedar/purple beech/oak...).
The former farmyard situated at the back of the outbuilding is now a holiday home, without any vis-à-vis disturbing this joint ownership and, on the contrary, reinforcing the usefulness of a presence in case of need.
The property is perfectly maintained by the owner, who is assisted by a gardener one day a week in season.
The parklands comprise 8,13 acres of landscaped grounds.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20

  • Property type : castle
  • Surface : 440 m²
  • Surface : 3.29 ha
  • Number of rooms : 11
  • Number of bedrooms : 6
  • DPE : C
  • GHG : C
  • For sale Castle Mortagne-au-Perche (61400)

  • MORTAGNE AU PERCHE (61400)
  • 1,280,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4047
  • Property type : castle
  • Surface : 440 m²
  • Surface : 3.29 ha
  • Number of rooms : 11
  • Number of bedrooms : 6
  • DPE : C
  • GHG : C

Ref. 4047: ELEGANT PROPERTY 15th CENTURY RESTORED AT THE EDGE OF THE PERCH.

Discreetly located in the heart of a rural Orne village of some 170 souls,
this property benefits from a rural and peaceful setting less than 150 km from
Versailles.
It is self-sufficient with its local shops and essential services, but it is also ideally
enhanced by its location in the centre of a triangle between Alençon/Sées/Mortagne-au-Perche
which ensures a generous and high quality additional offer.

This family property is a happy compromise for a secure country life
of civilisation, where all the motorway and rail infrastructures are present and
and easy to reach.
The tourist and cultural activities (regional park, Alpes Mancelles, national forests,
heritage, religious buildings, museums, associations); sports and leisure activities
(golf, equestrian centres, stud farms, hunting, fishing, animal park, rally-cross circuit, karting) are all present and unavoidable assets of the Orne region.

It is out of sight that this old manor will open its future to those who will know how to tune in
to the feeling of serenity and well-being that it has so naturally exuded for several centuries.
The reasonable size of the property and its many possibilities for extension make it perfectly suited to all types of projects (main, secondary, events... or simple holiday accommodation).

In July 1202 Philip Augustus, King of France, made an inventory of his fiefs following his conquest of southern Normandy...This property is already listed.
This estate is again mentioned in March 1459, clearly designating certain nearby sites as "vassals of the Seigneurie". This information confirms the existence of buildings prior to the construction of the castle, as the outbuilding still testifies today.
Through marriage, the illustrious Lords of Gruel de la Frette owned this complex for 200 years.
One of the members of this family killed the nephew of Louis XIV's mistress (the Marquise de Montespan) in a duel. The Gruels de la Frette were banished from the Kingdom and stripped of their titles and possessions, at the very moment when the castle had just been transferred by marriage to the Thiboust family.
During the revolution, the castle, emptied of its occupants, became a hideout for the Chouans…
One of the Thiboust children emigrates ... the property is requisitioned by the Republic.
The castle is seized, sequestered and divided into lots.
In the 19th century, the castle and its lands were sold, and the ruined building was destroyed in 1846.
Today, two buildings remain, the former manor house transformed into a common and an outbuilding, a barn dating from the 15th century (label of the heritage foundation).
Several centuries have brought a total restructuring of the current building, by various additions made in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Returned to the family in 1965, the current occupants took possession in 2000.

The property comprises 2 large buildings of almost equal size facing each other, delimiting a vast courtyard of honour protected on either side by a moat fed by a spring.
The main dwelling has an elegant limestone rubble facade, generously pointed with lime, with a prominent square tower, and is built on two main levels.
The attic is topped by a flat tile roof with two main chimneys.
The rear of the dwelling is embellished with a charming watchtower confirming the defensive aspect of the dwelling.
With a living area of approx. 440 sqm, the property is laid out as follows:
Ground floor: an entrance via the east gable opens onto a large travertine kitchen (25 sqm).
A vaulted dining room (42 sqm), in jointed stone and travertine floor.
A storage room.
A large lounge (77 sqm) with monumental fireplace, exposed joists and terracotta floor.
Vestibule with staircase to the bedrooms, access to the study, WC. Antique terracotta floor.
Office/library of about 40 sqm with fireplace (stove) - small dressing room
Beautiful ceiling heights between 2.96 and 3.86m.
First floor: 6 bedrooms / 4 shower rooms / linen room / dressing room / WC / landing / corridor / cupboards
Boiler room, with access to the attic (insulated) accessible by a miller's ladder.
Stone staircase leading down to the tower.
Ceiling heights of approx. 2.5 m on average.
The main dwelling is approximately 41 x 9 m.

A large outbuilding dating from the 15th century faces the main dwelling, of almost identical dimensions (44 x 9 m).
The structure is made of rubble stone with lime pointing, topped by a tiled roof that was completely redone in stages between 2000 and 2022.
Its facade has 2 large carriage doors, probably the site of a charetterie.
The outbuilding is now used as a workshop, garage, cellar and storage, all equipped with electricity.
There is no doubt that it will form an essential basis for various extension projects with its 400 sqm available.

The grounds are airy, diverse and harmoniously adapted to the relatively flat configuration of the site. The presence of the moat reinforces the feeling of security that emerges as soon as the
the gate.
Originally, the property was entirely surrounded by its moat, making enemy attacks futile; the rear part of the dwelling was filled in for the creation in 2004 of a heated swimming pool (10X5m), powered by a heat pump (2015).
It is 1 to 1.80m deep and has a well-maintained machinery (2010) and liner (2012).
A beautiful wood of 4.28 acres completes the picture, and offers another way out... with the many species present in the park (cherry/ash/beech/sequoia/American oak/cypress/liquidambar/cedar/purple beech/oak...).
The former farmyard situated at the back of the outbuilding is now a holiday home, without any vis-à-vis disturbing this joint ownership and, on the contrary, reinforcing the usefulness of a presence in case of need.
The property is perfectly maintained by the owner, who is assisted by a gardener one day a week in season.
The parklands comprise 8,13 acres of landscaped grounds.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20

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