A unique spot for this nice seaside house
Location of this seaside house to sell is a unique spot at the end of a small valleuse of the côte d'Albâtre. Facing South, set on wooded grounds, this house have well-lit receptions rooms overviewing a patio. It's a stunning setting and you can reach the sea on foot!
Complete and neat renovation
A good renovation job has been done by the current owners. The entire roof, insulation, plumbing, electricity, outside walls... nothing has been left aside. Good quality materials have been used for a stylish and chic result expected for a seaside home.
Layout has been reconfigured to optimize space. Reception rooms are modern and cosy including a large living-room, an open sitting-room, a semi-open kitchen and a south faced patio. 5 bedrooms make it possible to accommodate guests and even have a BnB business. There are 3 bathrooms, 2 are en-suite for good comfort and privacy.
A Wooded and preserved garden
Down the 3 500 m2 grounds a pond allows animals to water and a path takes you round the wooded land. Outside furniture is set on the lawn to relax.
The wood-shed and tool-shed are in the outbuilding that could also be reconfigured as a guest house or a workshop.
It's inside one of 5 valleuses between Pourville and Sainte-Marguerite-sur-Mer that is set this authentic seaside villa, in a hamlet called Vasterival.
Varengeville is well known for its charm, history and cultural activities. Ailly cornice, on the Channel, is warmed by the Gulf Stream. Its good earth and mild climate allowed worldwide known gardens to grow : Vasterival, Bois des Moutiers, Shamrock. Those amazing gardens are gathering numerous rare botanical plants from around the world (Vasterival has 10 000 different species).
From this seaside villa you can walk down to the sea through a passage in the chalk cliff : the view is stunning! Wild beach, changing colors sea... Claude Monet, the French impressionist painter had chosen this spot to get the perfect touch of particular light in the landscape and see view.
Since the end of the 19th Century, Varengeville sur Mer has become the artists (painters, musicians, writers) and nature lovers most loved residential village of Côte d’Albâtre! The hiking path that goes from Sainte-Marguerite-sur-Mer's beach to Pourville's beach crosses protected Varengeville woods using the chemin des douaniers. Architectural and natural heritage of this Pays de Caux area has been preserved. This long forgotten part of Normandy has been back on the scene for over twenty years. Dieppe, first seaside resort at the end of the 19th Century is now appreciated for its historical heritage, four harbors, among which a yacht harbor, and easy road and railway access.