This property is some 15 km from Evreux, in the midst of a market town with 5,000 inhabitants, near to all amenities including a Sunday market selling local produce. The SNCF train station provides links to Paris-Saint-Lazare. The French capital is but 150 km away via the A13 motorway.
Several green open spaces and forests surrounding the small town are crisscrossed with hiking trails, one of which was part of the route for the Way of Saint James.
A nearby, renowned horse riding centre completes the range of cultural, artistic and sporting activities available. The beaches along the “Côte Fleurie” (Coast of Flowers) are about a hundred kilometres away from these premises.
The mansion house
With an air of the Napoleon III style, this mansion house spans approx. 380 m² of living space over four levels. Its rendered facades are enhanced with raised ornamentation. The lower sections are constructed from stone and flint. The Mansard style roof, typical of the era, is made of zinc and slate. With a central lightening conductor, it features stone, bull’s eye windows on each of its four sides and provides glimpses of impressive dressed stone and brick chimney stacks.
A large basement-garden level is full of potential.
The other levels, given over to living space, comprise an impressive entrance hall, a double reception room, a dining room, a study, a kitchen, eight bedrooms, some of which have their own bath or shower room and a private toilet.
Remote-controlled, heavy, old, wrought iron gates provide access to this property, with its parking area on the side of the residence, which is completed by two lock-up garages.
The mansion house is entered via a wide flight of twelve stone steps, adorned with French balusters, facing the garden on the road side.
The 3,260 m² of parklands, out of sight of onlookers, are planted with old, deciduous and resinous trees. They include a 17x3 m swimming pool, heated via a heat pump, with corner steps and a tiled terrace. This suntrap swimming pool is adjoined by a pool-house. A little, cement, ornamental pond and two lock-up garages are also to be found within the parklands.
The property is enclosed by old metal fencing.
Like sound values, the design of this mansion house can but be described as classical. No unnecessary decorative features cloud the exuded impression of balance, precision and a pleasant way of life. The interior, featuring floor tiles with geometric motifs, herringbone pattern parquet flooring, soberly decorated stained glass windows and arched doorways, is in harmony with the overall architecture. New residents of such a home, in a small, but reasonably-sized town, would have every advantage especially if the discreet opulence of these premises was to be enhanced by some renovation works.
439 000 €
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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||3259 m2|
|Main building surface area||380 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.