An exceptional property steeped in history
This beautiful residence has been remodeled over time. Originally there was a mansion built in 1764 by two countess sisters. The exterior walls and the foundations are built with stones recovered from the Abbey of Jumièges.
Following the 1940 war, and the damage caused to this property, the new owner at the time will carry out a quality restoration. Thus the space between the vertical beams composed of a mixture of mud and straw will give way to bricks. A thatched roof is built and thus respects the traditions in the loops of the Seine. To date, the current owners have done what is necessary to provide modern comfort. Many works have been carried out (restoration of thatch, electricity, plumbing, openings, microstation, etc.).
A cozy and warm interior
On the ground floor, a large living room is pleasant to live in with its elegant fireplace. One can admire the remarkable view. A large French window opens onto a beautiful terrace and then the swimming pool. Then you access the kitchen, a dining room, an office which becomes a bedroom and a bathroom with WC, the space is pleasant to live in. Upstairs, two beautiful bedrooms and a bathroom.
A guest house and a heated swimming pool
A large outbuilding was built in 2007. The ground floor is composed of several spaces: three garages, a workshop, a wine cellar (underground) and a box for horses.
Upstairs, there is a bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a large living room with balcony offering a superb view of the loops of the Seine. Ideal for receiving guests or doing a lodging activity.
Outside, the swimming pool is covered. It was built in 2005. It is heated via a heat pump.
The loops of the Seine, an exceptional setting
From the property, a breathtaking view of the entire peninsula of Jumièges with on one side the Abbey of Jumièges, its waterway and the Marais d'Heurteauville and on the other, the manor of Agnès Sorel at Mesnil under Jumièges.
The Parc de Bretonne and its national forest, the loops of the Seine and its renowned Abbeys: the Abbey of Jumièges and the Abbey of Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville, the nautical base of Jumièges, all of this is a source of strong economic and tourist attraction.
The Normandy coast is close. Barely 40 minutes from Deauville and Trouville. 1h30 from Paris.