This character property built in brick in the 1900s was built in a village of 700 souls located in the urban area of the city of Dieppe. L'Eaulne, a fishy river of quality, crosses peacefully the small village. The magnificent 16th century church built in an alloy of sandstone and flint testifies to the historical richness of this part of Normandy. The secondary arm of the river regularly fed many mills. The forest of Arques la Bataille covers half of the territory of the municipality. Many hiking loops have been developed to take advantage of the tourist attractions of the valley.
The beautiful brick building has become a large one-storey house with a spacious living room, a veranda to enjoy the distant view of the forest. The recent decor is sober and elegant. Very well insulated and heated, this family house is very comfortable and does not require any work. Access to the garden and the large outbuilding is from the kitchen through a very functional glazed patio. The huge attic allows the development of four additional bedrooms with two bathrooms.
The outbuilding built in timber, brick, flint and cob has retained a charm. Divided into three parts, a large room has become a large office space for a professional in liberal. An artist would find in this place the inspiration for the realization of his works. The potential of this old Norman house is important and varied: seasonal rental activity after some work, games room, auditorium, video room, workshop for handyman, garages ...
In a main residence or second home, this village property benefits from the assets of the Normandy countryside and the proximity of the city of Dieppe, historic and touristic city of the Alabaster Coast less than two hours from Paris and five hours from London.