A wheel mill producing electricity
This mill is a great tool for sustainable development located between Héricourt en Caux and the magnificent beach of Veulettes-sur-Mer, 1200 meters long. Originally a flour mill, this mill, with a drop of 1.10 high and a speed of 2 revolutions per minute, has been producing electricity since 1963. In 1993, a complete renovation now ensures a production of 7 w/h.
An 18th century watermill
On 4 levels, of an almost square shape, the mill extends over 4 levels in its current configuration: a workshop next to the machinery on the ground floor, on the first, a carpentry workshop, on the second, a party room, on the third floor, a storage unit. The potential is enormous! Well covered, perfectly out of the water and out of the air, a tourist and fun project would take on its full meaning in this magical and authentic place.
The miller's house became a family home
The house, probably from the 19th century in its main part, has become a family home. Equipped with a living-dining room and a music room, among other things, it can accommodate many guests at the water's edge. Renovated in the modernity of the 70s, it exudes an old-fashioned charm. The new owner will make it his business to preserve this somewhat outdated decor or give it a resolutely contemporary style. With 4 bedrooms upstairs, a bedroom on one level can easily take its place.
A vast outbuilding and brick and flint
A closed garage, an open double garage, a box and a convertible attic, this outbuilding built in the authentic style of the constructions of the Pays de Caux, a rich and prosperous region of Normandy, offers enormous potential for a lover of mechanics, the arts plastic or musical without disturbing anyone. This old barn can also become the private apartment of pets.
In an attractive and preserved valley
25 kilometers long, the Durdent is a coastal river of the maritime Seine, in the heart of the Pays de Caux, one of the most magnificent regions of Normandy. The valley retains the remains of many mills installed on the banks of the river with a flow of great regularity. Many hiking trails facilitate the discovery of biodiversity and the natural heritage of preserved areas. In the English Channel, this small river flows into the middle of the longest beach on the Côte d'Albâtre, a precursor to sea bathing thanks to the Duchess of Berry. In summer, the practice of all water sports offers immense pleasure. Many Anglo-Norman constructions on the Normandy coast were preserved from promoters, often prevented by the height of the highest cliffs in Europe.
A very accessible small town
Between Dieppe and Fécamp, this small town is located in the heart of the Pays de Caux, known for its “clos masure”. 15 minutes away, in Cany-Barville or Yvetot, services and local shops are present. Yvetot SNCF station provides access to Paris Saint Lazare station in two hours. Thanks to the A13 motorway and the Pont de Normandie, the charm of the port of Honfleur can be appreciated in 40 minutes. Étretat, Fécamp, Varengeville-sur-Mer, Dieppe, are all seaside towns with many assets.