Nice Norman house in beautifully landscaped garden set near Saint-Saëns popular for its small shops and golf on the edge of Eawy forest. The place is quiet but not remote.
This period Norman house has been carefully renovated with high quality materials keeping its authentic features and elegance. It's built in the middle of a garden resplendent with flowers and numerous botanical species.
Stone flooring on ground floor, kitchen fittings in sandstone and oak, all parquet floors in oak and double glazings everywhere, this house is made with good quality materials. Heating slabs and new convectors with efficient insulation makes it easy to heat.
Winter is time for having fires in the the monumental stone fireplace in the bright double living room. Underneath, a vaulted cellar keeps the wine at perfect temperature. The fully fitted kitchen opens onto a dining area that extends on a patio in summer. At the other end of the house, a large room with a fireplace and a separate entrance could be used as an office, studio or cottage.
A beautiful oak staircase in the entry hall goes up to the extended landing-office and a wide corridor that serves four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a laundry room. From the laundry room on ground floor, there is access to an open garage. There is a second garage with an attic on top. The driveway leads to a gate with remote control opening.
As a main or second home, this period house has good access to Rouen, Paris, Le Havre or Amiens with A29 / A28.
Montérolier-Buchy railway station is just a 5 minutes drive with trains going to Rouen and Amiens
Beaches of Côte d'Albatre and Dieppe harbor are only a half-hour drive.