This chateau is ten or so kilometres to the north of the Normandy town of Caen, between the town and the beach. The A13 and A84 motorways make it possible to reach Paris (240 km), Rennes and Mont-Saint-Michel easily. The nearest train station, with links to Paris-St-Lazare is 15 minutes away. Caen-Carpiquet and Deauville airports, respectively 10 and 60 minutes away, have flights to Paris-Orly, Lyon and Nice.
This remote property is set in peaceful countryside between meadows and discreet neighbours. All shops and schools, including universities, are in the vicinity.
The 17th century chateau
This rectangular chateau, with its central section flanked by two pavilions, has masonry facades built of dressed Caen stone. The centre of said facades is marked by a triangular or a curved, adorned pediment, constructed from the same rock. The central section features a Mansard style roof whilst the pavilion roofs are hipped; all are covered with natural slate. The openings are vertically and horizontally aligned on each facade.
It spans approx. 900 m² of living space over three levels.
The flat above the garages
This recent building comprises 3 large garages. Upstairs is a flat with a living room spanning more than 100 m², a kitchen, a bedroom and a shower room. The small Caen stone brick facades are topped with a gable roof, covered with natural slate. Gable roof dormers let copious amounts of daylight into the flat.
This building has been converted into a stable comprising 5 horse loose boxes, a tack room and a laundry room as well as a hayloft.
It is built of lime-pointed, small Caen stone bricks like the other buildings.
The 17th century dovecote
This round dovecote, built of Caen limestone, dates from the 17th century. Its facades have been repointed as part of recent restoration works.
The fully enclosed parklands are interspersed with lawns and gravel paths as well as tall trees and copses with flowering undergrowth. The renovated moats on the south side of the chateau are laid out in an arabesque pattern. On the north side, meadows enclosed by wooden rail fencing await horses. A training arena completes the stables and other equestrian facilities.
The French formal style is faithfully reflected here. The law of symmetry, soothing the spirit and pleasing to the eye, governs the layout of the chateau, with its central section featuring a projection on either side, pavilion wings at each end and openings meticulously aligned, like soldiers in a military parade. Moats, marking the building’s status, exhibit a Baroque design. They are strictly identical at the end of the splendid loop formed by the driveway going around the lawn. Its classicism has another advantage in that contemporary furniture can but enhance it beautifully. The thin ceiling joists and the superbly structured chimney breasts are well suited to stylistic daring. This restored chateau, just a stone’s throw from a large town and set in walled parklands, simply exudes French perfection.
2 990 000 €
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|Land registry surface area||5 ha|
|Main building surface area||900 m2|
|Outbuilding surface area||400 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.