Superb 2 Bedroom Farmhouse in Mayenne FranceEuroresales Property iD – 9824440Property information:LE TERTRE is a large 2 bedroomed farm house located in beautiful North West rural France in the village of Saint Laurent Des Mortiers.The property is in a peaceful idyllic location and is a 15 minute drive away from the charming town of Chateau-Gontier.The property also has a barn, summer house and well and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.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 Mayenne France.Mayenne is a department in northwestern France and is part of the region of Pays de la Loire.The department does not have a sea coast, but about thirty kilometres to the northwest is Mont Saint-Michel Bay.The capital and largest town is Laval in the centre of the department. To the north lies the department of Orne, to the east lies Sarthe, to the south lies Maine-et-Loire, to the west lies ille-et-Vilaine and to the northwest lies Manche.The estate has the potential to become a 3 or 4 bedroom property as the previous owner was in the process of building 2 attic bedrooms and a bathroom.Other information:No. of Beds: 2No. of Reception Rooms: 1Furnished: FurnishedGarden: PrivateParking: Street ParkingNo of Outbuildings: 2 – A WORKSHOP AND A BARNView: Urban, CountryOrientation: North-WestDistance from Sea: 1.5 Hours +Distance from Airport: 1.5 Hours +Distance from Golf: 1.5 Hours +Distance from Main Attraction: 30 minsAbout the area:Mayenne is a department in northwest France named after the Mayenne River.Mayenne is part of the current region of Pays de la Loire and is surrounded by the departments of Manche, Orne, Sarthe, Maine-et-Loire, and ille-et-Vilaine.Much of the region is largely flat, but there are also hilly areas, some with steep-sided valleys and ravines. Of the total area of 1,275,532 acres (516,189 ha),some 875,000 acres (354,100 ha) are arable,170,000 acres (68,800 ha) are grassland, 65,000 acres (26,300 ha) are forests and woodland and 50,000 acres (20,200 ha) are heathland and moorland.