House gite land outbuildings – Ref 50-242

252 280 Euros

Including agents fees of 5.66% at buyers expense.

Brief Description - House gite land outbuildings

Four bedroomed house, two bedroomed gite, acres of land and lots of outbuildings. Massive potential – ideal for equestrian use with additional income from gite. Rural location but only a few kilometres from the popular village of Hambye, which boasts a good range of shops and amenities. Situated about 20 minutes from the coast too.

House gite land outbuildings - Detailed description

There is alot of property here for your money. First of all there s the four bedroomed, double glazed main house which has a modern heating systems (heat pump). Additionally you have a two bedroom gite to provide additional revenue. There s several acres of good quality land – ideal for equestrian use – nice and flat. The property boasts lots of outbuildings – could be used for stables, storage, workshops, shelters…

Briefly the configuration of the property is as follows

Main house – Kitchen diner with feature open fireplace and exposed beams and tiled floor, large living room (around 30m2), utility room, bathroom, shower room and four bedrooms. To the rear of this is access to the garage and numerous outbuildings.Habitable area of the main house is around 155m2.

Gite – Currently no photos are available as it was occupied – The gite has a floor area of around 55m2 and hasa kitchen, two bedrooms and shower and wc.

Outbuildings – LOTS! The main outbuilding is around 250m2 and lots of others used as workshops, wood stores etc… Attached flat land of over 7 acres. Could be an ideal equestrian property with adjacent gite for additional revenue.

 

House gite land outbuildings - Energy Rating

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House gite land outbuildings - Location of nearest village

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Please note : All room sizes are approximate. MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Suisse Normande property Ref J14-114

Suisse Normande property

299 250 Euros

(including agency fee of 4.76%)

Suisse Normande property - Brief Description

 Impressive Louis the XIV property in the Suisse Normande.
The property is approached by a long (440 m) tree lined drive. As you arrive in front of the house which is a longère 35 m in length, down one side is a stately-looking barn/stables 48 m long and opposite another 28 m long barn with covered parking at the end which is all focused around a central courtyard with sunken garden in the middle giving a mass of colour in the summer months.

 


The main house consists of the original kitchen with quarry tiled floor, dual fuel range cooker (gas and electric), quality fitted units with under cupboard lighting. Glass doors lead out to the terrace. From the kitchen we enter the living room with stone fireplace and wood burning stove, exposed beams, clay brick floor again with access to the terrace via glass doors. A separate electric unit supplies electric to the kitchen and living room opposite which at the rear corner of the room is a WC with a separate wash room.
Continuing along the house you arrive at an entrance hall, with substantial stone staircase with faced mahogany steps. The stairs lead to the first floor of the first part of the house and a landing with original wood floor, a corridor leads to bedroom 1 with its unusual quarry tiled floor, and which looks out over the stream
Bedroom 2 has original wooden floor and fireplace, the corridor then double back at the top of the stairs and 2 steps up there is a shower room with shower, WC, hand basin and heated towel rail. The other side of the stairs is bedroom 3 with mahogany flooring and bedroom 4 and another large shower room with shower, bidet, WC and hand basin. There is also another staircase which gives access to the loft which is plumbed ready for another bathroom and work has started to create further living space (huge potential)
Returning to the ground floor and the base of the staircase in the entrance hall the property continues to another large lounge which needs completing, but with the intention of a open plan lounge with corner kitchen and breakfast bar.
All electrics sockets and plumbing are accordingly in place. This is a light and airy room with a large window (former doorway) and glass doors to the front, 2 steps up leads to a larder with freezer and utility room opposite and boiler room with water softening unit and workshop at the end.
Exiting the property from the workshop steps lead up and passed the pond and the remains of what was a 4th building on the land. At the top of the stone steps is a garden with orchard from which is access to the loft above the workshop which has sufficient height for another floor. There is so much potential here, would make a fabulous studio.
If however the house is not enough there is the possibility to renovate the large barn and stables. The first door into the barn leads to a large room with room above which is ripe for conversion, a further staircase takes you to another large loft space which in turn leads into anothe part (the barn/stable is effectively in 3 parts) The second door on the ground floor is a part where the ceiling is concrete beams.
After there is 28 m barn which is opposite the house with large garage/garden storage at the end
Behind this is a large 14 x 6 m polythene tunnel which has water connected and is heated.
This property is enormous and has so much potential; it sits on a plot of just over a hectare in peaceful countryside in the picturesque region of the Suisse Normande bordered by a stream
Just the other side of the stream is a stud farm with training track, where it might be possible to find stabling for horses or where you could exercise them on the land with the other horses.

Suisse Normande property - Energy Efficiency Rating

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Suisse Normande property - Location of nearest town

 

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Normandy house gite grounds Ref J50-002

Normandy house gite grounds

299 250 Euros

(Including agency fees of 4.76%)

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Brief Description

Delightful charming country house with gîte, set in nearly 4.5 hectares of land with pretty garden and around 3.5 hectares ideal for horses, all with stunning views of the Normandy countryside. The house is considered to be an annexe of the local chateau in the late 18th century and it has retained much of its grandeur and quirky character having been restored with sympathy and taste, befitting its status, yet at the same time maintaining a warm homely feel.

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Detailed Description

The main house consists on the ground floor, kitchen/breakfast room, baronial dining hall with wood burning stove and access to the garden via a glass surround door, master bedroom with its own bathroom, utility room, conservatory, split level bedroom/dressing room , bathroom both with independant access from the patio at the rear with its all wood gazebo. another bedroom with ensuite bathroom with independant access from the front of the property, both of these bedrooms would be ideal for bb.

 

The first floor has a huge 80m² drawing room with wood burning stove and glorious views to the front of the property, there is also smaller room currently used for storage. the gîte on the ground floor consists of a large open plan, kitchen/lounge/diner with french doors to the decking area overlooking the wild garden. also on the ground floor is a bedroom and ensuite bathroom. The attic accessed from the covered stairs to the rear is divided into 2 rooms,these could easily make 2 ensuite bedrooms. There are outbuildings consisting of of a lean-to for garden equipment storage and an animal shed now used for wood storage. This property is a gem which needs to be seen to be appreciated.

Normandy house gite grounds - Energy Efficiency Rating

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Energy efficiency ratings 247 (energy) 14 (CO2)

Normandy house gite grounds - Location of nearest town

 

 

 

 

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

 

Farmhouse gite outbuildings campsite land Ref 50-193

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286 200 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5.66%)

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Brief Description

Rare opportunity to acquire a substantial farmhouse with numerous outbuildings in land of around 25 acres. Lots of potential here – currently used as a small campsite but lots of potential to expand.

The main house is built of stone and has a slate roof. The property is in need of upgrading but it retains alot of its original charm and features. There are numerous outbuildings – lots of scope here to create additional gites or expand on the campsite theme – this would clearly make an excellent equestrian property in view of the amount of land and outbuildings – its ripe for conversion and has lots of potential. The property is well place within very easy access to the cathedral city of Coutances – famous for its annual international jazz festival.

Detailed Description

The main house is configured as follows on the ground floor there s a large kitchen with dining area which leads through to the quaint main living room with its stone fireplace and woodburner. There is a downstairs bathroom and a cellar.

Upstairs you have four en-suite bedrooms.

The barn opposite is configured for two units of accommodatiion as per the plans above.

There is the campsite which has an area suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes. Part of the camp site is grass covered hardstanding, and part grass covered soil for tents / awnings. Both areas are equipped with full service pitches containing electric hook ups and water taps and grey water soakaways. Currently wifi is available in the barbeque area, . The current owners also host pre-booked groups of up to 60 people in one of the fields. This offers alot of scope for expansion and the potential is there.

This is an ideal leisure project offering owners accommodation with potential to develop gites and camping facilities. Alternatively in view of the amount of land available – could be ideal for someone with several horses using the property for equestrian purposes.

The property is near the Cathedral city of Coutances – the channel ferry ports of Caen Ouistreham and Cherbourg are within easy reach.

 

Farmhouse gite outbuildings campsite land - Energy Efficiency Rating

Farmhouse gite outbuildings campsite land - Location of nearest town

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Quality family home – Normandy Ref 50-206


quality family home normandy

265 000 Euros

(includes estate agency fee of 5.66%)

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Brief Description - Quality family home Normandy

Five bedroom house in Normandy quality family home – All bedrooms en-suite (B and B potential) – Several staircases (easy to split property up) – Geothermic heating – land and outbuildings.

This is a beautiful property which has retained much of its character and charm. Dating back to the 18th Century, the property is situated at the end of a cul de sac in a small village near neighbouring villages of Hambye, Tessy Bocage and Cerisy la Salle. The town of St Lo is only 16 kilometres away and has a good range of shops and amenities as you would expect from a town of its size. The property is situated between Coutances and Saint Lô

it has been sympathetically restored throughout providing a spacious, comfortable and tranquil home. The house looks out over it’s own 1.8 hectares, approximately 4.5 acres of pastureland

 

Five bedroom house in Normandy quality family home – All bedrooms en-suite (B&B potential) – Several staircases (easy to split property up) – Geothermic heating – land and outbuildings.

This is a beautiful property which has retained much of its character and charm. Dating back to the 18th Century, the property is situated at the end of a cul de sac in a small village near neighbouring villages of Hambye, Tessy Bocage and Cerisy la Salle. The town of St Lo is only 16 kilometres away and has a good range of shops and amenities as you would expect from a town of its size. The property is situated between Coutances and Saint Lô

it has been sympathetically restored throughout providing a spacious, comfortable and tranquil home. The house looks out over it’s own 1.8 hectares of pastureland

The configuration of the property is as follows

Ground Floor

The first entrance leads through a sun room into the salon used as a dining/sitting room. It has underfloor heating and an old open fireplace with heat exchanger. The salon leads into a hall with toilet and staircase up to the next two floors and three bedrooms with attached shower rooms.

From the hall there is a substantial sliding door into the sitting room with wood-burning stove and original beams and doors out to the terrace.

There is a second staircase leading to a bedroom with bathroom and dressing area.
From the sitting room there is a door to the kitchen which has a dining area and wood-burning stove. Their is a toilet and laundry room adjacent.

First Floor

Now as the property benefits from multiple staircases it would be easy to split the property between say private and guest quarters should the property be used for say bed and breakfast.

Two double bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms.

From here stairs lead to the second Floor which has a Large Bedroom with A frame, 2 x velux windows and a shower en-suite .

In the middle of the house a second set of stairs lead to a mezzanine dressing room, master bedroom with Spacious Bathroom.

The third set of stairs at the end of the house lead to another Bedroom this is split level and also has an en-suite shower room.

Summing up – a really nice property – very presentable – lots of features – worth a look.

Energy Efficiency Rating - Quality family home Normandy

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Location of nearest town or large village - Quality family home Normandy

Please note : All room sizes are approximate. MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

 

Normandy – two houses 13 acres land Ref 50-207

265 000 Euros

(Including agency fees at 5.66%)

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Brief description - Normandy two houses 13 acres of land

Good value this and it offers lots of potential. Firstly you have a renovated main house and a renovated gite. In addition you have around 13 acres of land – lots of possibilities here – camp site for example (subject to planning). Outbuildings. Most of ground is flat for anyone with horses – ideal. Its up and running but also offers potential.

Detailed description - Normandy 2 houses 13 acres of land

 

Good value for money here. You have two detached properties set in grounds of 13 acres.

The layout of the main house is as follows

Main House – with a habitable floor area of 115 m2

Ground Floor

Entrance hall leading to the large kitchen/dining room (29m2). There s a granite fireplace with a woodburner. Fitted kitchen with good range of units, built in electric over, gas hob, double sink. The stonework is exposed.

Large lounge which is around 26m2

First Floor

Landing area again with exposed stonework

2 double bedrooms (17m2 and 12m2) – exposed stone and open beamed. One is en-suite with shower room and wc

Dressing room with built in wardrobes

Bathroom with corner bath and shower screen

Second Floor

Landing area

2 bedrooms (12m2 9m2) with velux windows

Second house or Gite

With a floor area of 99m2

On the ground floor

Large fitted kitchen (26m2)

Lounge (29m2) exposed stone and open beams. Stairs to first floor

First Floor

Landing

Two en-suite bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is about 20m2 and has an en-suite shower room with wc. Bedroom 2 is also about 20m2 and has an ensuite bathroom with wc.

Outside

The property benefits from around 13 acres of enclosed grounds. About 12 acres of this is fairly flat pastureland which means the property would be ideal for anyone with horses. Riding out from here is another plus. There is a gravel driveway to the property and the actual garden is mainly lawn with a vegetable plot.

 
 

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Normandy – two houses 13 acres Energy efficiency rating

Normandy – two houses 13 acres - location of nearest town

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  MILES IMMOBILIER EURL has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.