A Norman house built with the best materials
This Norman house contains all the codes and the charm of a historic house but was actually built in the 70s which allows to combine the cachet of the old with the performance of the contemporary. Solidly built with oak beams, sandstone foundations from Normandy and a thatched roof almost completely renovated in 2021, buying this house is acquiring a superb piece of construction.
A pleasant cottage
The ground floor is divided into three large living rooms, all benefiting from southern light: The large living / dining room with its hearth fireplace and exposed beams to receive guests or enjoy beautiful fires Winter. The kitchen opens onto a living room, the real centerpiece of the house. In summer, we will take advantage of the large openings to have lunch on the terrace.
The large veranda, built in harmony with the architect of the house, is also a large friendly space to enjoy the outdoors in summer and winter. Upstairs, there are 3 bedrooms each with a bathroom or a shower room. shower. The full basement houses a large billiard room, the boiler room, the wine cellar and two rooms that could become additional bedrooms. The large garage allows you to bring in the largest vehicles sheltered from the weather and to have your workshop there.
The three floors are served by an elevator in addition to the miller's staircase. Very useful for people with disabilities or reduced mobility!
Quiberville-sur-mer, a charming village on the Normandy coast
Less than 5 minutes by car, 10 minutes by bike, you will find the beach of Quiberville and Sainte-Marguerite-sur-mer. In the morning you can go there to buy fish or shellfish directly from the fishermen who market their products at the foot of the promenade. Several restaurants welcome tourists in summer and winter. Dieppe is located 15 minutes away. You will find a renowned market there on Saturday mornings, all the amenities (hospitals, schools, shopping centres, etc.) as well as an SNCF station allowing you to travel to Rouen and Paris by train.