In the valley of Eaulne in the heart of the Pays de Bray, many mills were built to take advantage of the high flow of the river. Our mill for sale dates from 1870 and has kept the charm and authenticity of its time. Spread over 1 hectares 40, the property also includes a small guest house. It can be rented as a gîte. The other and many outbuildings can also be converted into a cottage, or art workshop, exhibition hall, reception room, horse boxes, garages for vintage cars ... The potential is important.
On three levels, the mill has become a spacious house of character, high ceiling, clear and bright thanks to the many openings. The large living room of 46 m2 is perfect to receive around the beautiful fireplace or crackling a fire. On sunny days, it is nice to have lunch on the terrace, to be rocked by the sound of the river flowing. Today, with five bedrooms and two bathrooms, a family moves in immediately. The technical installations are good, especially roofing and electricity, and more particularly the individual sanitation which is recently brought up to standard.
At the end of a dead end, the mill for sale is isolated and preserved from view. The river on more than 100 meters of banks runs along the property. In the meadow of more than one hectare, some sheep take advantage of the generous grass which grows in this pretty sheltered valley. Two horses would be very happy there. If necessary and in the immediate vicinity, 3 hectares of grassland are for sale and could be suitable for a horse breeder. Amateur angling, canoeing, nature, park and gardens, you are made for this character property for sale!
For bike lovers, the green avenue London-Paris is nearby. This is a fantastic 406-kilometer bike course, including 246 from Paris to Dieppe. The landscapes are magnificent. By car, from the center of Paris, it takes 2 hours 30 minutes to reach this mill for sale, less than 1 hour to Beauvais airport, the cities of Amiens and Rouen. A 28/29 motorways cross Normandy to Belgium, the Netherlands and Great Britain. The A15 motorway takes you to Paris north by Pontoise. In less than an hour, you will enjoy the Bay of Somme and the sandy beaches of the Opal Coast, including Crotoy to discover. Closer still, 20 minutes drive, the beaches of the Alabaster Coast with their magnificent chalk cliffs are available to you. Dieppe, a charming port city, is a seaside town steeped in history. The car ferry takes you twice a day to the British shores on the Brighton side. The tourist assets of Normandy are numerous: sea, beaches, marinas on the coast, state forests, marked and well maintained hiking trails, golf courses, fishing ponds, parks and gardens open to the public inland. Moreover, the Pays de Bray and the Alabaster Coast are more and more frequented for our Belgian and English friends.