Located in a Pays-de-Bray hamlet
This Norman house to renovate is set between Neufchâtel-En-Bray and Aumale, in a lovely garden with mature trees.
After proper renovation it will become a charming home
This country house is on ground floor with an attic and a cellar. It was built on a garden planted with a good variety of trees and an orchard. On the other side of the street, are the flint walls of the outbuilding of the village castle where a physiotherapist has installed his medical office. It’s a quiet and green setting but not too remote!
This Norman cottage has a living-room with a fireplace, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Period red hexagonal floor tiles are still in place in some rooms and some wood panelling should be treated against wood worms. Changing the electric radiators for new ones and having double glazed windows would make it a cosy home.
An outbuilding hidden by Virginia creeper is divided into a wood shed, a bicycle shed and a workshop.
With good access to motorways going to Rouen, Amiens, Calais then London, Paris and Brussels and not too far from the seaside, Baie de Somme and Cote d’Albatre