Sable-sur-Sarthe. Seven apartments, a large common area … a cohabitation created in the city center

Anaïs and Nicolas Rué’s cohabitation is over. The seven apartments are for rent from 1 August. © Julie HURISSE / Sabled News

Anaïs and Nicolas Rué lead a unique project in Sable-sur-Sarthe, renovation of a “cohabiting” building in the city center. It is coming to an end and the first apartments will be rented in a few weeks.

It’s a homecoming for Anaïs Rué.

The young woman of 33 years fromAuvers le Hamon left the department to study. “After that, I worked for Leroy Merlin in Angers for five years. She met her husband there, who ran it in Tours.

A new professional project

Sarthe has caught up with her.

My two brothers had the project of taking over the farm from my parents. They invited me to join them. I accepted.

Anais Rue

At the same time, her husband, Nicolas Rué, worked on the creation of Weldom at the construction and construction market Sablé. “We had a convergence of our professional projects.”

Back in Sarthe yes, but no doubt for Anaïs Rué to settle in the countryside. “With four children, mother constantly went back and forth to take us to our various activities. In the countryside during the day, Anaïs wanted to settle “in a house with a garden in the center of Sablé”.

And it was not so easy to find happiness. “We struggled to find a house we loved at a reasonable price. And the couple found rue d’Erve.” We visited and in fact it was two houses, one of which had ten apartments. It was the former home and studio. for the notary who died in the deportation, M. Soury. ”

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“We had a card to play”

The couple sees property potential. They buy on July 16, 2019.

“In the beginning we wanted to make two terraced houses”, but the friends’ project gives them a different idea. “They were the roommate of our dreams when we were students.”

Anaïs Rué knows the Sabolic problem.

Young people come to Sablé, but we do not keep them. We had a card to play.

Anais Rue
The craftsmen carry out the cohabitation project.
The craftsmen carry out the cohabitation project. © Julie HURISSE / Sabled News

The cohabitation project was born, “a great roommate of high reputation for young professionals “. The architect she contacts, Erwan Hascoet, is thrilled.” It was the second trigger he has the imagination and talent “.

Benoit Bar, project manager the heart of the city in Sablé and La Flèche contacted them to present the program’s support scheme. “It was financially difficult.”

The renovation of 25 rue d’Erve was estimated at € 450,000. The couple could benefit from several aids from the device. “It has not been a quiet trip. We had to meet very different criteria, but we had great support from the town hall”.

Seven studies from 25 to 45 m2

February 2021 the couple begins demolition. “Four generations of furniture were stored here, we had to drive about twenty round trips to the waste center by truck. »

On June 1, 2021, work can begin with local artisans.

The former notary house has been converted into seven studios, from 25 to 45 m2, each with bathroom, bedroom, dressing room and office. The project manager highlights the framework.

The large living room has a direct view of Sarthe and the church of Sablé.
The large living room has a direct view of Sarthe and the church of Sablé. © Julie HURISSE / Sabled News

A large common room overlooks the river. The balcony is over. The kitchen, a fitness center, a bicycle room and a large laundry room are also shared. And in the kitchen, each tenant has his closet.

“It is a different way of life. The goal is for young working people to come to Sablé, who do not know the city, and who are interested in furnished housing and to discover other people”.

That rent will be from August 1. “crossing fingers for it to work.” Anaïs Rué launches Sablé’s first coliving, “another way of life.”

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