Superb Village House Ref 50-282

265 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 5.67 % at buyer’s expense)

Superb village house - Brief Description

Nice village house within walking distance of the popular tourist village of Hambye, famous for it 12th Century Benedictine Abbey. The village itself boasts a comprehensive range of shops and amenities for a village with around 1200 inhabitants. The property consists of a three bedroomed (all en-suite) house with additional living space accessed by the second staircase. Tastefully renovated to a high standard in grounds of just under half an acre and additional outbuildings.

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Detailed Description - Superb Village house

The property is situated in the village of Hambye, famous for its Benadictine Abbey. Hambye boasts a good range of shops and amenities – has a good quality restaurant near the Abbey, two bars, supermarket, pharmacy, medical centre, garages etc…

Situated off a quiet lane the property the property has a gravelled driveway with ample parking and ability to do a three point turn. The property is situated on the left of the driveway and is as follows

There s a large lounge with wood burning stove which has been fitted by registered local artisans. Off this the kitchen area leading to a large additional lounge area. To the left of the kitchen is an en-suite bedroom. Stairs to the first floor leads to two further en-suite bedrooms access by the stairs behind the en-suite bedroom. There is another staircase off the additional lounge leading to a large open plan living area with mezzanine and a large wood burning stove. The property could be split between private and B and B usage – lots of potential here too.

The property would be ideal as a B and B arrangement or possibly for anyone with an extended family who wish to maintain some independence. There s about 170 m2 of habitable floor area, grounds of 1870m2 – Some double glazing and is centrally heated and also has two wood burning stoves.

The coast is about 20 minutes away with good range of beaches to choose from on the west coast. Easy reach of the ferry ports of Caen Ouistreham and Cherbourg. Also the ferry port of Granville for access to the Channel Island. The town of Villedieu les Poeles is about ten minutes away and has a mainline train station with direct trains to Paris.

Energy Efficiency Rating

The property uses two kinds of heating and as one of them is wood for which they dont have any receipts the property has not been given a rating as there are no formal receipts.

Location of the nearest town

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Longere near coast Ref 50-267

254 400 Euros

(Including estate agents fee at buyer’s expense of 5.67%).

UNDER OFFER

Brief Description

Rare opportunity here for a variety of reasons. Firstly you have a detached four bedroom stone longere in a rural setting. The house has an attached building which is ripe for conversion together with an attached garage. There are many substantial outbuildings which come with this – its an ideal property for someone with horses. Now the existing owner would like to use a couple of hectares of the land and outbuilding for a couple of years so whilst the property comes with ten acres – some of this would need to be leased back to the owner for a fixed term. One of the main attractions here is the proximity of the coast – you are only about ten kilometres from the coast.

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Normandy house gite grounds Ref J50-002

Normandy house gite grounds

299 250 Euros

(Including agency fees of 4.76%)

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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