Located between Dieppe and Saint-Valery-en-Caux, this country house for sale enjoys the tranquility of Varengeville-sur-mer, on the edge of one of the village's labyrinthine roads.
The old paths of this village have preserved the typical slopes of the Pays de Caux, planted with magnificent centuries-old beech trees. In this beautiful natural setting, our Norman house for sale opens to us with a garden subtly decorated with plants of local species.
A little further, the access to the sea is by foot seven valleys that freshwater sources have dug through the chalk of gigantic cliffs. At low tide, bunch fishing is an invigorating exercise.
Impressionist painters often set up their easels to capture the particular and diverse lights of the Alabaster Coast. The landscapes are sublimated by the changing colors of the Channel. Claude Monet was the one who made Varengeville famous by his paintings of the church and the marine cemetery, a magical place with panoramic views of the sea and the cliffs. Celebrities like Georges Braque rest there. He bequeathed to the parish a collection of stained glass always very contemporary. A place to visit imperatively! Other prestigious or curious places are also worth visiting. Jehan Ango, a famous and very wealthy shipowner, had a magnificent Renaissance-style mansion built in the 16th century.
The discovery of the wood of the moutiers, the gardens of Vasterival or Shamrock are all privileged moments. The golf Stream which licks the cliffs of Ailly, Vasterival and Varengeville creates a microclimate favorable to the many exotic plants imported in the 19th century. Varengeville is today known throughout the world. However, the properties still retain their intimacy in the heart of clos closures so typical of the Pays de Caux. The elected officials of Varengeville and lead active policies of preservation of the sites and the monuments, and undertake resolutely to lead audacious cultural events to emphasize these jewels of the inheritance of Normandy. The beaches of Pourville and Sainte Marguerite become places frequented by water sports enthusiasts such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, parasailing ...
The Nordic cabins of Sainte Marguerite testify to a return to Viking sources. The sailing school of Quiberville sur mer welcomes many young people for the initiates to the yachting. The seaside town of Dieppe, a historic port city with four ports - fishing, cross-Channel, yachting and commerce - reveals many assets - balneotherapy, golf 18 all, the restaurants of the port and the seafront ... With a city center nicely Rehabilitated, Dieppe, the oldest seaside town in France, offers all local services at six hours from London, four hours from Brussels and two hours from Paris.
Let's come to our Norman house for sale. In its green setting, facing south, it was built in the 90s with many openings. She is naturally bright. In summer, the terrace receives many guests. Past the entrance hall paved with a pretty old tiled floor, the large living room warmly welcomes the visitor by the fire crackling in the fireplace
The open kitchen is friendly and well equipped. The beautiful room and its lovely bathroom on one level is reserved for parents. Upstairs, four bedrooms, two with mezzanine accommodate grand and grandchildren independently. Heated by a heat pump, the well insulated house is comfortable and economical. A second gas boiler takes over if necessary and heats the sanitary water. We are fully secure in this regard. At the rear, a large workshop garage for two vehicles or pleasure boats is raised from an attic to an artist's studio, library or video library. In secondary residence as in principal residence, the quality of the construction and the environmental situation is the pledge of a good investment on the future!