House with 4 cottages
This beautiful 19th century bourgeois house is set in a dominant position in a lush park. It testifies to a prosperous past in this Normandy, so well restored in the work of Guy de Maupassant.
A family house with its tourist activity
The main house of 210 m2 welcomes you with an entrance opening onto two large living rooms. Your eye is particularly drawn to the large living room and its monumental fireplace.
The other space is dedicated to the large open kitchen and the dining room, where you can easily receive a large family and friends. The ground floor is decorated with a bar and a professional laundry to manage the logistics of the lodgings.
Upstairs is a large landing room, which can easily be used as an office. This serves the sleeping area with a master suite, three bedrooms, a large dressing room and a shower room.
A magnificent park and its pond
The park is surrounded by embankments planted with century-old beech trees. This is what defines a clos masure, the identity of our world-renowned Pays de Caux. We discover a beautiful secure pond where wild ducks return every year to raise their young. This place is beautifully planted, there are various spaces offering flamboyant essences. A barn has been restored in the form of a convivial courtyard, perfect for activities sheltered from the vagaries of the weather.
The four charming cottages
At the heart of the park are the old stables which have been transformed into 4 charming lodges. The owners have managed to reproduce the warm atmosphere of English cottages. Four cottages with a surface area of 55 m2 to 90 m2.
A leading geographical location
The house is located in a highly sought after area, well served by motorway infrastructure that takes you to Le Havre in 30 minutes, to Étretat in 20 minutes and Fécamp in 5 minutes.