Property information

Between Pourville beach and the Dieppe golf course

After entering a private residential road, you enter the property's garden, planted with numerous species of flowers and shrubs. A spirit of the south of France reigns in this luxury residence. To reach the beach, a well-maintained hiking path takes you on foot to the sea in five minutes. Sea bathing, coastal walking, windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, fishing on foot or by boat: in short, all water activities are possible. In addition, bars-restaurants, a bakery and a delicatessen are within walking distance.

A remarkable location

The opportunity to enjoy the sensational view of Pourville-sur-Mer, of the famous cliffs of the Côte d'Albâtre painted by Claude Monet, was seized by installing large bay windows, letting in natural light. The living rooms have endless views of the sea and fabulous sunsets. The English Channel and its shades of light continue to inspire today's painters, in the legacy of the Impressionists. More recently, in the neighboring town of Varengeville-sur-Mer, Georges Braque took up residence and received all his contemporary painter friends like Picasso and many others.

A real architect’s house

This contemporary house is inspired by American architecture from the 50s and 60s, from this period which counts as one of the most significant and creative in the history of design. Oriented south/west, it is quite exceptional because it demonstrates the audacity of the architect Jean Percillier to create a house ahead of its time. Built in 1972, the exterior appearance of this villa in no way suffers from comparison with today's constructions. Only the interior layout and decoration deserve to be brought up to date. Today, regulatory and urban developments no longer allow us to imagine building in our time on such a privileged site, which makes this property unique.

Discover the whole history of L’île Marchand in Pourville

Let’s discover this architect’s house in detail. Passing the entrance hall, the visitor's eye is immediately drawn to the bay windows of the living room and the volumes which provide a unique visual spectacle. You can receive your guests in the large L-shaped living room, with its fireplace which contributes to spreading a warm atmosphere, particularly appreciated on winter days. From spring, you will have the pleasure of having lunch or dinner outside thanks to the numerous terraces enjoying a sublime view of the cliffs of the Côte d’Albâtre. The kitchen with its dining area will be the place to share family breakfast. This seaside villa has five bedrooms, two dining rooms, two offices and numerous bathrooms that will delight family or friends. On the garden level, you will find the service rooms (laundry room, linen room, boiler room, etc.) but also a large living room, which can, depending on your wishes, serve as a bedroom, games room or sports room... Depending on the time of day, you will navigate with ease in this extraordinary place of life. A double garage and a workshop complete the decor. As a primary residence or secondary residence, this family home is a magical place to recharge your batteries and live.

Dieppe, historic city of the Côte d’Albâtre

A rare setting, 3km from Dieppe and its historic center - a maritime city with four ports - its restaurants and the activities of a city which lives all year round, the cultural events of a seaside city, its renowned market on Saturday morning, its balneotherapy center, its Casino, its 18-hole golf course… Dieppe is connected to Great Britain by its cross-Channel link to Brighton, a typical neo-colonial city in England. The crossing is carried out by two daily rotations in comfortable ferryboats. At the fishing port, you will buy your scallops and other fish. Your boating friends can come and visit you by the marina where 69 moorings are reserved for them out of the 363 places, without any tidal constraints.

The port city, thanks among others to the Duchess of Berry, became the first French seaside city. As early as 1824, it was in Dieppe, in Normandy, that the first sea baths began, well before Trouville, Étretat, Cabourg, Deauville. The success of sea bathing was amplified by the arrival of the railway in Dieppe in 1848 from Paris Saint Lazare. Today, the A14 and the A13 connect Dieppe to Paris Porte Maillot in two hours, the A16 to Calais to Dover in three hours and six hours from London.

Interactive sales

This property is priced from €1,250,000. The seller reserves the right to sell or not through a reserve price, but the aim is to allow potential buyers the freedom to choose their offer.

Property details

Reference number
Floor area
351 m2
Land area
2 421 m2
Heater type
Fire place
Foyer ouvert
Window type
Double vitrage
Local tax
2839 €
Swimming pool
Number of bedrooms
Possible bedroom(s)
Ground Floor Bedroom
Number of bathrooms
Sea view
Seine view
Sea side
River / Pond


Energetic performance


Gas emission index


Interested in this property

Laure MACE

Laure MACE

Speaks Languages
France flag

Ask for more details

Contact the agency

02 35 50 27 60

Contact by email

Be called back on this number