Property information

Located on the heights of the old port city of Dieppe, where the famous shipowner Jehan Ango sets off to conquer the new world under the protection of King François 1st, this magnificent 1527 brick mansion is one of the rare remains of the 16th century, witness from the glorious past of Normandy during the Renaissance.

The large reception room with its huge old-fashioned fireplace was probably the place of parties that were organized on the return of African or Asian expeditions. During the visit, you will skim the five hundred years of history of this old house in the image of the high ceilings, and other cellars vaulted and underground of yesteryear. You will find on three levels the comfort of our days: Bathroom in every room, big kitchen, winter garden, central heating.

The garden is surrounded by high walls to preserve a real intimacy. The terrace is sheltered and well located to enjoy the slightest ray of the sun. An activity of charming guest rooms can be continued, to welcome our neighbors in Great Britain and Benelux, who like to enjoy the charms and assets of the seaside resort of Dieppe (golf 18 holes, balneotherapy, marina , casino).

On the beautiful Alabaster Coast, two hours from Paris, four hours from Brighton, not far from the beach of Dieppe, this Norman manor invites you to discover it.Agency Leforestier Real Estate specialist manors of the Pays de Caux in Normandy

Property details

Reference number
4829
Floor area
460 m2
Land area
2 200 m2
Heater type
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Fire place
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Window type
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Number of bedrooms
7
Number of bathrooms
3
Shower Room
2
Ground Floor Bedroom
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Local tax
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Energy cost
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Distances

Features

Alarm
Fiber internet
Cave
Terrace
Sea view
Swimming pool

Consumption

< 51

A

51 - 90

B

91 - 150

C

151 - 230

D

231 - 330

E

331 - 450

F

> 450

G

156

< 6

A

6 - 10

B

11 - 20

C

21 - 35

D

36 - 55

E

56 - 80

F

> 80

G

32

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