A privileged environment
At the end of an alley of Tilleuls, this splendid Napoleon III manor opens onto a majestic one-hectare park, endowed with centuries-old trees, local species and various plants: Rhododendrons, hydrangeas, pines...
The residence immediately reveals all the advantages of luxury buildings from the end of the 19th century.
A chic and refined interior
The entrance hall crossed, the chic and cozy atmosphere is felt. The large living room opens to the south through high and wide windows towards the porch overlooking the park. The spectacle is striking. The reception rooms are spacious, equipped with magnificent fireplaces and period herringbone parquet floors. The kitchen is warm, opening onto an old boudoir used as a small family and friendly dining room.
The staircase winds around its wrought iron banister to the upper floors. The rooms are numerous and spacious. The marble fireplaces and all the parquet floors have been preserved. The bathrooms provide independence to the night apartments. On the second floor, other bedrooms have been fitted out with their shower rooms. The host reception potential is great.
The full basement is also finished. The kitchen of yesteryear has been brought up to date and the other rooms offer space for all the technical equipment and for a wine cellar ideal for aging the great wines.
Outbuildings and meadows
The outbuildings are numerous and in excellent condition. An old barn can easily be converted into a stable with ten boxes and tack room. The wooden frame shed houses fodder and operating equipment. Three hectares of vast meadows of rich Normandy grass are the delight of horses and sheep. This typical Pays de Caux property has been completely renovated with the utmost respect for its authenticity.
Less than two hours from Paris and three hours from Brussels, the charming port city of Dieppe and the beaches of the Côte d'Albâtre can be reached in a quarter of an hour.