This detached house for sale was built in the fifties with wide openings on both sides, allowing plenty of light into the first and second floor apartments. On the ground floor, a large room can easily be transformed into an independent studio or office for a liberal or independent profession. The garage-workshop with an automatic door can house a car or a pleasure boat.
The staircase that presents itself from the entrance door is in art deco style, like many villas built in Dieppe in the 30s. It helps to give a certain charm to this family home, divided to date in two parts: the ground floor with a hall, a large multifunction room, a laundry-boiler room and a garage-workshop, and two floors with an apartment. Hyper functional, this town house offers clear and interesting volumes.
At first, the living room with its windows on both sides is particularly bright. The fireplace is elegant. The bathroom and the shower room are very useful to all the family members who share the three bedrooms.
City gas central heating is efficient and economical. The boiler also produces domestic hot water. The house is in excellent condition. Single glazed windows may justify an additional investment in a primary residence.
The enclosed garden at the back of the seaside villa is fully enclosed and offers a secure space for young children or for a pet.
Located in a quiet and residential area of Dieppe, close to the train station, town hall and hospital, surrounded by shops and schools, this family home meets the expectations of a couple looking for a additional space to their home to develop a second to rent to a student or seasonal rental, or even to create a fun space. Also, a liberal or independent profession can very well be exercised on the ground floor without harming the tranquility of the place.
The beach and balneotherapy are located 500 meters from the house, shopping in the historic center unless again. The oldest seaside town in France following the creation of a railway line from Paris, and the Duchess of Berry who was the most convinced ambassador, Dieppe reclaimed its acclaim during the development from the old marina port in deep waters, to the development of the cross-Channel line to England, and the many real estate rehabilitations of old districts like the island of Pollet, ancient city where the fishermen used to live at sea. In the villages neighbors, east and west, famous writers like Alexandre Dumas son, Guy de Maupassant and no less famous impressionist painters like Monet came to settle on the Alabaster Coast to find inspiration in the colors magnificent and changing Channel and the wooded landscapes of the Pays de Caux. The Gulf Stream warms up all year round the Normandy coast, allowing many nature lovers to visit the famous gardens with very exotic plants like those of Varengeville sur mer.
Seven hours from London by the cross-Channel ferry to Brighton, three hours from Brussels, two hours from Paris, Dieppe has become a busy city of our English, Belgian and Dutch friends.