A Norman property in the heart of a closed masure

Past the gate, the bucolic and preserved environment challenges the visitor. The two large ponds help maintain the biodiversity of the area. On the principle of the clos masure, a particularity of the Pays de Caux, the property is surrounded by high embankments planted with bicentenary beech trees which protect against the winds and maintain a kind of microclimate within the site.

An authentic main building

On the foundations of a residence from the Henri IV period, this residence has retained its basement, the interior beams and the fireplace in Pierre de Caumont from the period. The south-facing porch opens onto the main room in which a fire crackles in the hearth. Guests appreciate this warm and welcoming atmosphere of the main room. A huge office with a bourgeois fireplace is the current and reserved domain of the owner. A conversion into a single-storey room can be considered. The kitchen with its dining area corresponds to the traditions and uses of the rooms where the family and the farm staff met. Nowadays, Sunday morning brunch is shared in this type of cuisine. Upstairs, a corridor leads to three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The service entrance and the boiler room complete the functional character of this old farmhouse.

Many outbuildings on more than 4 hectares

Beyond the 4000 square meters of the garden, the almost 4 ha of meadows are perfectly fenced to accommodate many horses. The old stables are functional and divided into a tack room and four boxes. The equestrian activity can be easily continued. An old brick stable in Saint Jean has been repointed while waiting to find a conversion: gite, guest house, artist's studio, reception room...

The last Norman-style outbuilding was built in the regional style, typical of Norman houses in the Pays de Caux and the loops of the Seine. It is divided into a garage, workshop and woodshed.

A privileged logistical situation

20 minutes from Rouen, the historic and emblematic capital of Normandy, this country property has many local services, in particular the important commercial area of ​​Barentin, the dynamism of towns such as Pavilly, the town of Yvetot. Nevertheless, the environment is preserved. Calm reigns there and the views are distant.

Property details

Reference number
Floor area
214 m2
Land area
44 192 m2
Heater type
Fuel oil
Fire place
Open hearth
Window type
Simple and double glazing
Local tax
Swimming pool
Number of bedrooms
Possible bedroom(s)
Ground Floor Bedroom
Number of bathrooms
Sea view
Seine view
Sea side
River / Pond


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Gas emission index



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