2½ hours from Paris’ city gates and 40 minutes from Caen. Mézidon train station is 15 minutes away and that of Lisieux is 25 minutes away. Both towns have shops, but the nearest are only 5 minutes away in Saint-Pierre-sur-Dives, a medium-sized, lively town with markets and age-old second-hand shops as well as schools, doctors and a cinema. In a small hamlet, facing a horizon composed of fields for as far as the eye can see.
The 17th century manor house
The history of the manor house is not very clear and it is not known whether it was built on the site of a former castle or whether its building materials came from another manor house that had been destroyed.
However, it is known that the main building was built in the 17th century and the wings in the 18th century.
The dwelling dominated a farmyard where the service quarters were aligned in two groups: the stable and the cowshed; the winepress and the “charreterie” where carriages were kept. The farmyard is now a magnificent, flower-filled, leisure garden and the service quarters have been partly converted. The central building has to be extended to incorporate a stairway leading to the bedrooms and the left wing.
The construction has classic Normandy architecture. The half-timbering is filled with fragments of tiles. The facade of the left wing is built of brick. The entire building features wide, tall, semi-circular arched windows. The roof, covered with small local tiles, is flanked with four brick chimney stacks and features hipped roof dormers with projecting eaves along the front facade.
The 4 buildings making up the service quarters are built of half-timbering and brick whilst the lower sections are built of stone.
Their local flat tile roofs feature roof dormers.
They are used as a linen room, a garage, a workshop, a machine room for the heating system and each has its own attic space.
A 17th century wash house with a small tiled roof is supplied with run-off rainwater from around the manor house.
The square courtyard, the half-timbered service quarters, the apple trees and the view over the Auge countryside comprise a superb property that is ideally suited to a harmonious way of life and horse enthusiasts could reinstate its horse stud farm status. Despite its age, the manor house is in pristine condition and recent works mean that no unpleasant surprises await the new owners. The large amount of living space and the layout of the rooms make a wonderful reception area, even though it is also possible to find a more intimate atmosphere in the alcoves formed by the old wainscoting. The pretty garden and the vast lawns are proof of the fertility of these much envied lands.
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|Land registry surface area||5 ha|
|Main building surface area||534 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||700 m2|
Upper And Lower Normandy
Marie Merien       +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.