Manor in Fussy
Located less than 15 km from the center of Bourges, this 19th century manor house benefits from a choice location between town and country, in the immediate vicinity of the village center. Set back from the road, protected by its wooded park and its outbuildings, the manor house retains a privileged use of its property of more than 12,000 sqm.
It is built on a cellar in part and offers 290 sqm of living space in a dozen rooms including 5 bedrooms, a playroom, a large living room/library, a dining room and an office.
The whole is articulated around a courtyard including :
A house of about 120m² on the ground, a double garage, a workshop, an outbuilding which is composed of a storeroom with fireplace and two rooms.
Possibility of acquiring in addition a restored house : 70 000 €.
The park of 1ha 2 is decorated with a pavilion of the XVIIth century and a swimming pool.
Some refreshment works to be done.
Shops and services in the village and less than 10 km away.
Bourges train station less than 10 km away
Paris 2h30 / 250 km
Orleans 1h30 / 100 km
Built in the first half of the 19th century in a romantic style, the Manoir de Fussy consists of a rectangular main building on two levels, flanked by two wings, facing east-west and covered with slate.
Its two almost symmetrical facades include, for the central part of the dwelling, three semi-circular openings illuminating the large living room, with, on either side, two entrances to the courtyard.
The second floor is mansard for the two wings, masonry for the central part of the main building, topped by an attic lit by a cast iron bull’s eye.
On the garden side, an extension is added on the south side on a single level; access to the outside cellar.
Limestone rubble walls, traditional old rendering with lime, ashlar frames. Shutters in full wood and louvered.
On the first floor, all the rooms are crossing.
On the courtyard side, two entrances frame the central part of the building, the main one on the left, with an oak staircase leading to the second floor, the other one on the right, with a guest toilet. The floor is made of sandstone tiles with a checkerboard pattern.
Each of them gives access to the large living room, lit by 4 windows and 2 French windows. It has kept its original elements: oak parquet floor with stone cut, Louis XVI stone fireplace, integrated oak bookcase.
The main entrance also serves an office with oak parquet floor, painted boxes and integrated cupboards, window on the courtyard side and access to the garden through a French window.
In a row, a bedroom on the same level, tiled floor and independent access, a dressing room, a separate toilet and a bathroom.
The second entrance leads to a dining room, with a checkerboard patterned sandstone floor, a window on the courtyard and a French window on the garden. In enfilade, the recent integrated kitchen, dark grey porcelain stoneware floor, access door on the courtyard side, service staircase to the second floor.
The main staircase leads to a large attic bedroom on the right, double exposure by two small cast iron balconies, en suite bathroom, cast iron bathtub with lion paw feet, porcelain sink on columns, WC.
The landing of the second floor, with old enamelled cast iron wash-hand basin, gives access to a gallery along the facade on the courtyard side, lit by three windows, and serving a first bedroom, parquet floor, window on the park side, shower-room and toilet with sink, a second bedroom, window on the park side with built-in cupboard, parquet floor, a bathroom, staircase to the attic of the main building, converted into a games room (new carpet floor, exposed oak frame, cast iron bull’s eye and Velux window on the garden side.
The shower room is shared with the fourth bedroom, cast iron balcony on the courtyard side, Velux window on the garden side, which gives access to a linen room landing, served by the service staircase.
Most of the woodwork is original, in oak with small wood with diamond patterns, and in single glazing, except the kitchen in double glazing wood.
Electricity and plumbing redone between 2005 and 2010.
Central heating and hot water with town gas, cast iron radiators.
Intercom in the whole house with automatic opening of the gate.
Functional intrusion alarm.
2 wells, water points and electricity in the whole park.
Refreshment to be planned.
On the garden side, wooden shelter against the extension of the house, and a XVIIIth century pavilion on two levels of about 35 sqm each, slate roof.
On the ground floor, orangery and technical room for the machinery of the swimming pool.
On the second floor, exterior access by metal staircase, a room lit by 2 windows, fireplace, built-in cupboards, parquet floor, access to the attic by interior staircase; a shower room with windows.
On the left of the main entrance, the outbuildings (2 buildings in a row), are used as garages and lodgings.
The first outbuilding of about 120m² on the ground, roof in mechanical tiles, brick frames, is used as a double garage opening on the manor side, workshop, access to the attic.
A dwelling to be rehabilitated, double access: door on the side of the manor and main access under the veranda on the side of the secondary gate, comprising on the first floor: an old shower room with WC, a kitchen area, a double exposure living room with wood stove, a bedroom with access to the first floor.
On the first floor, a bathroom with Velux, a bedroom with parquet floor, access to the attic.
The second adjoining outbuilding is composed of a storeroom with fireplace and two rooms.
Central heating on town gas, recent Chappée boiler with remote thermostat.
Two other unfinished rooms used as a storeroom and an old bread oven (walled in), double access.
Opposite, a barn of three boxes used as a garage.
Secondary gate and vehicle access on small street at the back. Right of way not binding.
Park consisting of a main reception courtyard, motorized gate, gravel paths, cedar of Lebanon.
Arbour of lime trees, rose garden giving access to the swimming pool 6 x 12, 2m deep maximum (liner to be changed), former orchard, then wooded part, overhanging on the back street side.
Walkways, perspective with promontory on the village side.
The whole is entirely enclosed by walls and fence.
You Advisor : Marie Alice CASTEL
- 270 m² interior
- 9 room(s)
- 5 room(s)
- Honoraires : Honoraires charge acquéreur
- Prix honoraires exclus : 590 000 €
- % commission : 6%
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