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This property, in the midst of a hamlet, is 4 km from the A13 motorway leading to Paris, 280 km away. Caen, and its airport, with flights to London and the south of France, is 35 minutes away. The famous Omaha Beach is 9 km away. All useful infrastructures, such as a train station and supermarkets, are in a well-known town, 17 km away. The nearest market town, with all local shops is 1.5 km away and can be reached on foot or by bike.
This mill is symmetrically divided into two sections, one used for industrial purposes and the other for living in. Twin entrance doors stand side by side in the centre of the building, composed of an imitation central projection inspired by Baroque architecture. The bay above the two doors includes a three-sided pediment, topped with a protruding panel, all flanked by two tall vertical windows. Standing out against the double, slate, hip roof, an arched pediment, with abutments on either side, completes the enhancement of this central projection. The chimney stack, in the middle of the building, is decorated with a sculpted frieze under four triangular pediments.
The stable and the cider-press, adjoining one another in the main courtyard, are now used for storage purposes and as a workshop. A narrow flight of steps in the stable goes up to two intercommunicating attics.
The walkway over the millrace leads to the bakery which still has its bread oven and its tub. A little back room would have been used, so the storey goes, as a toilet, made comfortable by the heat of the oven.
The millrace and the garden surround the garden completely. A little canal, near to the bridge and spanned by a walkway, flows into the river, making it possible to control the height of the water in the millrace via a sluice gate. Composed of lawns, dotted with fruit trees and copses, the garden is separated into two by the vestiges of an old stone wall.
This garage, adjoining the extension and spanning a floor surface area of approx. 50 m², is topped with a slate roof. It is composed of horizontal wood siding supported on quarry stone block lower sections.
This property more resembles a small chateau than a flour mill. The renowned Mansart had constructed in the area and his influence can be felt here. Despite reflecting the Baroque era, its architecture tends towards classicism and it is touching that so much care was paid to the construction of a building which was, after all, to be used for utilitarian purposes. Water also works all of its magic here. For thirty years, the residents of the premises, aided by one of the French Historic Monument Society’s master architects, understood the value of the renovation works: succeeding them can but be a thrilling experience.
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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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