Comfortable and warm country house.
In the village of Sainte-Marguerite-sur-mer, on the cliffs of the Alabaster coast, this beautiful Norman house nestles in a wooded park surrounded by embankments and out of sight. The half-timbered facade with its numerous typically Norman small-paned openings faces south.
In the entrance hall, which is partially open to the dining room, sits a majestic traditional wood-burning stove which diffuses a pleasant warmth throughout the ground floor. The living room is cozy and offers a beautiful space for family relaxation in front of the monumental sandstone fireplace. The raw oak beams give the typical character of the Normandy Cauchoise. The kitchen is functional and independent. To isolate yourself and work in peace, an office faces nature. Comfort of life is privileged in this country house: the main suite is on the ground floor and opens onto a paved terrace facing the garden. The bedroom is large with beautiful walk-in closets and the bathroom has a piece of furniture with a double sink, a bathtub and an Italian shower. Independent toilets.
Served by 2 stairs, the first floor is reserved for children and friends. The volumes are generous and bright thanks to the rows of windows overlooking the garden. The 4 bedrooms, including a dormitory, can accommodate family and friends. These rooms are divided into 2 on each side of the stairs, no room is passing through. Two shower rooms with toilets complete this distribution.
The partial basement is used as a back kitchen and pantry.
A small outbuilding adjoining the main house includes the boiler room, a toilet and a room with a fireplace, ideal for barbecues in the off-season.
The perfectly maintained shed offers many possibilities of use: woodshed, garage, DIY workshop, garden shed and 2 horse boxes are possible.
A privileged location near the sea.
Close to the village church and the Sunday market, this country house enjoys an ideal location 10 minutes' walk from the beaches of Quiberville sur Mer and Sainte Marguerite. The sunsets on the sand and the pebbles facing the sea will enchant lovers of the coast. Buying your fish and seafood directly from the fishermen is an asset of this privileged location.
Varengeville sur mer, its shops, its amenities, its marine cemetery, its remarkable gardens are a few minutes away by car and the seaside resort of Dieppe is very close.
Do not hesitate to contact us by email or the person in charge of the file by phone: Laurence Romefort at 06 87 76 05 86
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