Two Bedroom Fourth Floor Apartment Les Moulins de l'huisne Le Mans France
Euroresales Property iD - 9825141
For sale is this fourth-floor, two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment, in Le Mans, France. The complex name is Les Moulins de l'huisne. Newly built in 2007.
The property is being sold Un-furnished, with exception of Kitchen units, Cooker and built in wardrobe in one bedroom.
The floor area of this property is approximately 55 square metres.
Views on on one side of the property, out of the windows, looks towards the city of Le Mans. The other side has a Balcony (approx 4 square metres) with a view of the river L'huisne.
This apartment comes with a secure entrance to car park, via a remote-controlled gate. A private numbered parking space for 1 car is provided.
There is a communal garden on the riverside, which provides a wonderful area to relax.
Main door intercom/buzzer for the door. Remote open via intercom.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Le Mans, France.
Bedrooms - 2
Bathrooms - 1
Furnished - No (see description)
Pool - No
Parking - 1 private space
Garden - communal
Floor - 55 sq metres
Views - urban
5 Mins walk to Le Mans Railway station, that goes direct to Paris (50 mins on TGV train).
5 Mins walk to Tram station to Le Mans City centre, University and general hospital.
Close to Race Circuit in Le Mans (famous for The Le Mans 24 Hours Races).
Close to Paris.
Major University in the Western region of France.
About the Area:
Le Mans, is a city in France on the Sarthe River. Traditionally the capital of the province of Maine, it is now the capital of the Sarthe department and the seat of the Roman Catholic diocese of Le Mans. Le Mans is a part of the Pays de la Loire region.
its inhabitants are called Manceaux and Mancelles. Since 1923, the city has hosted the internationally famous 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance sports car race.
Le Mans has a well-preserved old town (Cite Plantagenet, also called Vieux Mans) and the Cathedrale St-Julien, dedicated to St Julian of Le Mans, who is honoured as the city's first bishop.
Remnants of a Roman wall are visible in the old town and Roman baths are located by the river. These walls are highlighted every summer (July and August) evening in a light show that tells the history of the town.
Arboretum de la Grand Pree.
Part of the former Cistercian abbey de l'Epau, founded by Queen Berengaria and currently maintained in extensive grounds by the Departement de la Sarthe.
Jardin des Plantes du Mans.
Musee de la reine Berengere, a museum of Le Mans history located in a gothic manor house.
Musee de Tesse, the fine arts museum of the city, displaying painting (including artworks by Philippe de Champaigne, Charles Le Brun, Francois Boucher, John Constable, ingres, Theodore Gericault and Camille Corot) and archaeological collections as well as decorative arts.
Le Mans has an oceanic climate influenced by the mild Atlantic air travelling inland. Summers are warm and occasionally hot, whereas winters are mild and cloudy. Precipitation is relatively uniform and moderate year-round.
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