The A13 motorway makes it possible to reach Paris, 100 km away, as well as Rouen, 40 km away. A French SNCF railway station, 12 km away, has links to numerous destinations including Paris. A local golf course is said to be one of the most beautiful in France not only because of the quality of its setting and its upkeep, but also because of the various terrains offered by the course. It is also possible to practice all kinds of water sports on lakes 15 km away. The proximity of the banks of the Seine provides unequalled tranquillity.
The 17th century manor house
This manor house, more commonly known as the “little chateau”, was once the fiefdom of a local lord who owned several properties in this protected valley. In the 19th century it was home to a renowned composer and orchestra conductor who was greatly inspired by his surroundings.
The local tile, hip roof has Jacobin-style, hipped end roof dormers, skylights and chimney stacks. The cement-rendered facades feature brick toothed quoins as well as small-paned windows with brick toothed framing. The flint lower sections have basement windows that illuminate the cellar. A vast terrace runs along the front and the back of the manor house. A porch way with a few steps and another with a double landing mark the two entrances, one on each facade.
The second dwelling and its music room
Nestling in the lush vegetation of the parklands, this little, attractive building was created and used as a music room by the composer and orchestra conductor who lived in the house. Its stone facades are topped with a gable roof. Extremely cosy, it has superb acoustics.
The third, small dwelling or workshop
This small dwelling with a fireplace comprises but one room on the ground floor. It has underfloor electric central heating; the windows make it very luminous.
This one, continuous outbuilding stands facing the third dwelling or workshop. It comprises two garages, a farm shed with storage space and a woodshed.
It is hardly surprising that a composer set up home here: this house is but an ode to the pleasure of living. Sensual, pretty, enhanced with flowers and steeped in light, it will appeal to a family who will be able to move in straightaway and quickly settle down. The two guest houses can be used to provide adequate privacy for all residents. Given their ideal location in the parklands, they would also enable self-employed owners to set up offices so that they can work from home. The surroundings of the manor house contain more than cultural and gastronomic pleasures: the proximity of a prestigious golf course, hiking trails and rock climbing as well as water sports on the lakes can also be appreciated on a daily basis. The banks of the Seine, just a stone’s throw away, add a touch of romanticism to this charming scenario.
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|Land registry surface area||3899 m2|
|Main building surface area||350 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||500 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.