2.5 km away from the old Normandy town of Bernay which is not only urban but also countrified. It has all shops and amenities, including an SNCF train station. Paris, 140 km away, can be reached by train in 75 minutes. Deauville and the coast are 45 km away.
The former hunting lodge and its converted barn
This 3-storey, former 18th century hunting lodge could be extended by restoring the adjoining and communicating barn. The facades partially feature brick; that of the converted section features half-timbering on a flint lower section. The roofs, of varying heights, are covered with slate and dotted with some half-hipped roof dormers.
The continuation of the barn, converted into accommodation, comprises a terrace on the second level and a sheltered eating area on the ground floor. Firewood is also stored here.
Numerous openings, with small and medium-sized panes, let copious amounts of day and sunlight into these buildings, all connected to one another.
Five steps lead up to a porch way that provides access to the main entrance.
The caretaker’s cottage
This 2-storey building, with brick facades, is topped with a slate, gable roof. The ground floor houses a leisure area with a spa bath and a swimming pool whilst the upstairs comprises a 70 m² flat which includes a lounge, a kitchen, a toilet, two bedrooms and a shower room.
A workshop and a pool machine room take up a section of the ground floor.
The guest house
This former bread oven has been restored and is now tastefully and soberly converted. It spans a floor surface area of 55 m² and comprises an open-plan kitchen with a lounge area and a central fireplace on the ground floor. There is an attractive view over the meadows. The first floor includes a bedroom and a bathroom.
The pool-house with its covered swimming pool and spa bath
This superb room is lined with wide, sliding, pocket windows that open to provide access to the outside terraces, laid out alongside the covered swimming pool. A summer kitchen area with a bar and a shower is near to a sauna and a fully tiled hammam. A heat pump provides heating.
The outbuildings, not far from the property, comprise five lock-up garages and a workshop, with a studio flat on the upper level as well as a horse loose box. There are two other horse loose boxes in the meadow.
This property, with its brick and flint, half-timbering and apple trees, is highly representative of Normandy, in addition to the paradox of being very near to a pleasant little town and right out in the country. The way of life here is tranquil, though it could also be sporty. It is possible to accommodate horses. The covered swimming pool is housed in a superb building typical of the region. There are numerous walks. The houses, in pristine condition, await but one thing: to fill their new residents with well-being.
1 280 000 €
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Avis de valeur argumenté : 1 800 Euros TTC*
Expertise à partir de 2 400 Euros TTC*
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|Land registry surface area||22 ha 89 a 57 ca|
|Main building surface area||285 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||200 m2|
Thierry Chabasseur       +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.