A Norman property in the heart of a closed masure
Typical of the Pays de Caux, the clos-masure is a meadow, planted with fruit trees, surrounded by an embankment planted with tall trees which shelter a farm with scattered buildings in Normandy. Our Normandy house for sale benefits from a bucolic and preserved environment. The pond marks the rural and agricultural origins of this farmhouse. Biodiversity is preserved, the microclimate sheltered from the prevailing winds remains assured, the Norman apple trees produce their fruits in abundance... In short, the assets of the Normandy countryside are expressed a stone's throw from modernity, represented by Rouen, the capital city history of Normandy.
A very authentic 18th century Norman house for sale
Built on a foundation of sandstone, bricks and flint, the beams and staircase of this Norman house for sale have remained faithful to the residences of the reign of Louis XV. The height of the ceilings and the depth of the rooms invite us to imagine a noble or ecclesiastical origin of the first inhabitants. The magnificent framework frees up unusual volumes for an 18th century Norman house. On the ground floor, the entrance hall opens onto a warm living room with old tiled floor tiles, or onto a dining room whose large Norman fireplace is equipped with a Godin wood stove. Beyond that, the kitchen, the scullery and the service entrance complete the functional character. Upstairs, under the magnificent framework, there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.
Numerous outbuildings on 3 hectares
The bread oven has been usefully converted into a garage and workshop. Beyond the 5,000 square meters of the garden, the pond has retained its richness in terms of biodiversity. The more than 2 hectares of meadows are perfectly fenced and are home to beautiful cattle breeds. The numerous Norman wooden-framed outbuildings have been carefully preserved to offer several opportunities for conversion. (Many reconversions possible.)
A privileged logistical situation
20 minutes from Rouen, the historic and emblematic capital of Normandy, this country property has numerous local services, including the important commercial area of Barentin, the dynamism of towns like Pavilly, and the town of Yvetot. Despite everything, the environment is preserved. Calm reigns there and the views are distant.