Located on the sought after town of Thoureil, on the south bank of the Loire, this pleasant architect house of 200 sqm seems to have always found its place in a green landscape and trees, offering a dominant and breathtaking the Loire Valley.
This charming house – designed by the architect Dominique Allard – seduces as much by its privileged location, as by its sumptuous living room, which offers a clear view thanks to generous openings, as well as access to a terrace of good size, south-east oriented.
This very beautiful living room gives pride of place to noble materials: solid wood frame from an old chapel of Trélazé, floor tiles local Rairies, or Tuffeau stone walls.
It distributes a kitchen independent and bright. A clearance leads to a first bathroom with bath and double sink, and a second bathroom with shower. 3 bedrooms of good size, with plenty of storage, and decorated with solid parquet floors complete the ground floor. One of them gives direct access to the terrace.
On the 1st floor, a vast mezzanine which can act as office, playroom, or library, guides us towards a 4th room, and its bathroom. An adjoining attic can be refitted in 5th small room or in dressing room.
A very healthy full basement, as well as a closed double garage, complete this property with many advantages.
Holiday resort, the village of Thoureil stretches, between holds and hillside, its beautiful tufa houses and traditional boats of the Loire. Located just 19 km from Saumur and 24 km from Angers, Le Thoureil is a rich historical and architectural heritage that earned it a label of Small City of Character. It is an emblematic Loire Valley landscape of the Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80