Lovely and authentic Norman manor house.
Lovers of history and old stones, here is this authentic manor, very rare to have belonged to the family of Pierre Corneille, famous Norman playwright.
The notion of manor is linked to the feudal system which designated the residence of the lord, where people went to pay homage to him in his home, a free man owner of a fief, whatever the size. After the revolution, this Normandy property became a mansion in the middle of a farmhouse. Modest in scope, our mansion has remained noble through the preservation of its original materials. Faithful to the construction techniques of the Pays de Caux, it has a solid base in sandstone, flint and brick. The elevation consists of a highly sought-after piece of wood with broken sticks and Saint Andrew's crosses. The roof, now in natural slate, is steeply inclined and preserves the volumes of the second floor. The alloy of flint, Saint-Jean bricks and black bricks offers patterns of the most effect. In the main room, the fireplace is authentically from the 16th century.
On three levels and a partial cellar, the services are of high quality. This building of character simply deserves an update.
Outbuildings with high potential and a heated swimming pool
In the 2000s, a large and magnificent brick and flint barn was renovated on two levels with a single storey bedroom with its own bathroom. With a total of 5 five bedrooms and three shower rooms, this farmhouse is a real house where part of the family or caretakers can lodge all year round. As a guest house or as a seasonal rental, this charming Norman house will easily find its vocation.
From the old farmhouse, two pretty old brick buildings have stood the test of time. In particular, the old stables located away in the park are magnificent. In this charming place, a painting workshop, a music room and all other fun activities could be practiced after some work.
In the agricultural hangar in wooden frame, boxes for horses have been fitted out. A small equestrian activity can easily take place there. But this large building can also satisfy the needs of an enthusiast of old mechanics or other collections.
Finally, near the large terrace located to the south of the manor, a swimming pool heated by a heat pump will delight children on sunny days.
In the heart of the Pays de Caux and close to the Alabaster Coast
Far from the main road serving Bacqueville in Saint Laurent en Caux, the environment is calm and preserved by the high Norman slopes, typical of the closed huts of the Pays de Caux.
Near Luneray, a rich village that hosts a typical and popular market every Sunday morning, future owners will be able to stock up on local products from organic or sustainable agriculture. The many beaches of the Côte d'Albâtre, 20 kilometers away, offer all the pleasures of water sports and leisure activities: kitesurfing in Saint Aubin sur Mer, sailing club in Quiberville sur mer, marina in Dieppe, centenary golf course in Pourville sur Mer. sea and an aerodrome at Saint Aubin sur Scie ...
In addition, the historical heritage of the towns of Dieppe up to Fécamp, via Veules les Roses, the public gardens of Varengeville sur mer like that of Vastérival, and all the preserved seaside towns are to be discovered. Finally, Dieppe, a city famous for its four ports - fishing, commerce, yachting, cross-Channel - has retained the charm of its old buildings in the city center, has commercial and artistic activity throughout the year like a real city. the port and industrial activities assumed. Dieppe has remained the cradle of the famous Alpine automobile brand where the racing cars are still assembled.
In conclusion, this Normandy manor has undeniable assets in a beautiful environment.
Between Dieppe and Rouen, in second home as in main residence, lovers of old stones should seriously consider this opportunity! Leforestier real estate agency, an agency specializing in real estate with character in the Pays de Caux and Cote d´Albâtre
The price indicated includes fees payable by the purchaser of 23 333.33 euros.
Do not hesitate to contact us by email or the person in charge of the file by phone: Nicolas Leforestier at 06 60 35 44 44.
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