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In the “Pays-d’Auge”, a region rich in castles, manor houses and farmhouses of contrasting architecture.
In a small village and near to a town with 3 600 inhabitants well known for its 11th century Benedictine Abbey.
40 mins from Caen or from Deauville and Cabourg and their respective beaches.
15 minutes from the train station linking it to Paris-Saint Lazare in two hours.
Schools, convenience stores, doctors and pharmacists are to be found in the neighbouring town.
The main house
Its facades are half-timbered and a large extension, a third of the size of the original building made of dressed-stone, slabs of stone, mock half-timbering with a clipped gable at the end has been added. This old extension has more recently been added to by a conservatory made of timber and stone and with a flat-tiled roof on the south facing gable wall.
The entrance in the middle of the main façade is protected by a flat tiled canopy. The clipped gable with its flat clay tiles matches the canopy on the opposite façade.
Window and door frames are in solid wood and the windows are small-paned.
Guest house (former bread oven)
Built in the traditional and typical Auge region manner, the lower sections are of slabs of limestone and the facades half-timbered with white-washed wattle and daub. The flat-tiled hipped roof extends to the south forming a canopy covering a terrace that overlooks the brook.
The old bread oven has been converted in to a comfortable lodge, with approx. 50 m2 of living space.
The living room with an open kitchen features a monumental fireplace and cathedral ceiling with exposed roofing framework. There is a separate toilet and mezzanine with a shower room.
There are terracotta floor tiles and the walls are painted. Underneath the mezzanine the exposed wooden joists go beautifully with the roofing framework.
Barn and loft conversion
This outbuilding also typical of Auge architecture spanning twenty metres long has been carefully renovated.
The clay flat-tiled hipped roof is new.
Half of the building is still home to three functional stalls with their swing doors opposite the apple orchard. Other rooms are used as storage rooms under a hayloft. The other half of the barn has been converted into a loft style home on two levels, with approx. 95 m2 of living space.
On the ground floor, the double entrance is marked by an old solid wood stable door that opens on to a hall, a large storage space and an adjoining kitchen. A bathroom and a toilet complete this level. The ceiling heights are standard.
The kitchen walls extend towards the staircase.
The barn’s original timber staircase leads up to a large converted area under a cathedral ceiling.
Two bedrooms separated by the exposed roofing framework are illuminated by skylights and a picture window set between open half-timbering, like the one in the kitchen.
There are terracotta floor tiles. The exposed roofing framework stands out beautifully against the white walls.
A linen room stands back-to-back to a wine cellar and pantry.
Spanning approx. 90 m2 with an attic the same size, the lower sections are of slabs of limestone and the facades half-timbered with white-washed wattle and daub. There is a hipped roof with flat tiles. The doors are solid wood and the windows are small-paned and made of wood.
The estate has been renovated professionally and is in very good condition.
It is currently used as a garage and a vast storage area.
The main house and the lay out of the outbuildings mean that each unit can be made into a separate little paradise either in the shade of the apple trees or in the meanders of the stream.
This property benefits from the proximity of a medium-sized sophisticated town popular with tourists without suffering from any nuisances. In a simple and serene setting, this site makes its inhabitants feel as if they are on holiday every day. This quality would be ideal for a large family that could live here without the feeling of overcrowding. Holidaymakers passing by would also be won over if the purchaser were to use the property for a hotel and catering business.
470 000 €
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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.
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