A home with historical background
Year 1771 is engraved on the gable wall of this building that was the home of Louis 16th counsel back to 1782. The checkered pattern of its noble front is made of white stones and red bricks.
Only a ten minutes-drive to Neufchatel En Bray and to Foucarmont motorway junction, it’s in Pays de Bray countryside without being remote. Rouen, Dieppe, Le Tréport are a 40 minute-drive, Paris and Brussels 2 hours and half.
With plenty of space, this manor home can accommodate family and friends in a stylish and cosy way. Reception rooms are good sized: living room with fireplace, very nicely fitted kitchen, veranda heated by a wood stove. There is also a bathroom, separate lavatory and an office on ground floor. There are two bedrooms with bathroom en-suite and another bedroom with a wash basin on first floor. Second floor has just been refurbished with 2 more bedrooms and a bathroom that must be completed. There is still potential in the attic and its amazing timber frame.
Le Guest house
An outbuilding has been converted into a 85 m² living surface area lodging that could be divided into 2 separate apartments or into a big office.
A 800 m² surface area building with polish concrete flooring and good state is potential for all kinds of activities and business.
A smaller barn is currently used to shed cars and tractors.
Should you need more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call : Marie Cornwell +33 6 78 91 38 33.