This small castle full of character and its outbuildings are neighbouring an old church in a village set between Neufchâtel-En-Bray and Forges-Les-Eaux, in Seine-Maritime Normandy. This picturesque place, in the Béthune Valley, is a perfect stopover for hikers and cyclists of the Avenue Verte, a greenway that used to be a railway that connects Forges-Les-Eaux to Dieppe and soon will connect Beauvais to London. The former railway station is now a pub-restaurant named “le Quai Gourmand”, a cosy and lively place to enjoy. Not far from it, an organic farm sells local products as chicken, cheese, cider, calvados, or plain apple juice.
All the ground floor reception rooms of this little Norman castle have fireplaces and side entrance doors. The accommodation currently comprises 2 separate kitchens, 3 reception rooms and toilets. There are 2 wooden staircases leading to the first floor, which is currently laid out to offer 4 bedrooms and a bathroom with further space that could be developed. It is heated with a new woodburning central heating.
There is a vaulted wine cellar under the living-room.
The 14 466m² grounds incorporate a garden, an orchard, a meadow bordered by a river, a barn, a garage and stables.
Beautiful landscape and easy access to Paris in 2 hours and Brussels in 3 hours are some of the good assets of this outstanding property set in Seine-Maritime. It’s only 10 minutes from Neufchâtel-en-Bray, 40 minutes from Rouen, 50 minutes from the beaches of Côte d’Albâtre, one hour from Beauvais airport, so its owners could carry out their goal at a good value.
Leforestier Immobilier,the Real Estate Agency spercialised in selling period properties in Pays de Bray , Normandy.