Lock up and leave holiday home – 50-326

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65 000 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5000 euros at buyer’s expense)

Brief Description - Lock up and leave holiday home

This is an ideal lock up and leave property. Detached house which benefits from relatively new roof and new fosse toutes eaux. Easily managed enclosed garden with nice views over roamning countryside. Within easy reach of the popular small town of Percy with its restaurants, bars, large supermarket, butchers, bakers, doctors, dentist etc…

The property has been tastefully renovated to a very high standard and is very presentable. It would make an ideal holiday home – ideal for exploring Lower Normandy.

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Home with massive outbuilding Ref 14-325

Home with massive outbuilding

159 00 Euros

(Including estate agency fees of 6% at buyer’s expense)

Brief Description - Home with massive outbuilding

Interesting property this one. Essentially its a traditional pavilon avec sous-sol. This one however has had the garage converted to provide additional living space – there s an extra living room (currently used as a living room) and a bedroom. The property has been updated – there s a new fosse (toutes eaux) system and work has been done on the roof. There s a a new woodburning central system which heats the home and provides hot water. There are also electric radiators too but seldom used. One of the main pluses of this property is the substantial adjacent outbuilding ‘hangar’ and workshop. The property would be ideal for someone who needs a substantial outbuilding for storeage purposes and the workshop at the rear of the barn would be suitable for many uses.

 

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The layout of the property is as follows

Ground Floor

Entrance hall leading to the living room on your right with feature new wood burner. On your left of the entrance hall is the fitted kitchen-diner. Next to the kitchen is bedroom one which is currently used as an office (see photos). There is a shower room with a disability rail and a separate wc. Bedroom 2 is adjacent to the wc. The stairs leads downstairs to the converted basement

Converted Basement

In addition to the large utility room area there is a living room (currently used as a music room) with patio windows, a bedroom and storeage area.

Outbuildings

Adjacent to the house is the substantial outbuilding – ideal for storeage (see photos) and to the rear of this is the workshop area. This would be ideal for anyone needing a workshop and storeage aarea – enough headroom for storing camper vans etc:

Garden

Well maintained lawned area to the front, the rear boasts raised beds and a greenhouse – the treelined border gives additional privacy to the property.

The property is located in a quite area with close access to the A84. The property is about 50 minutes from the port of Caen Ouistreham and about 1h15 from the port of Cherbourg. The property is only a couple of minutes away from Campeaux which has some shops and amenities. There s a good array of nearby towns with shops and amenities. The small vibrant town of Tessy Bocage is only a few kilometres away. The property is set in grounds of around 3/4 of an acre and definitely worth a visit.


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Country home in Normandy Ref 50-324

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78 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 5000 euros at buyer’s expense)

Brief Description - Country home in Normandy

Interesting and unusual property this one. Whilst it is a semi-detached in that some of the property is attached to next doors it doesnt feel like it  is to be honest.

Stone property with 2 bedrooms on first floor and a conservatory, kitchen, shower toilet and lounge diner on the ground floor. Separate utility room

Gardens and variety of outbuidings in rural setting.

The attic is ripe for conversion (subject to planning) and is on two levels – lots of potential here to increase floor area.

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18th Century Provencal Farm – Ref J04-157

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889 350 EUROS

(Including agency fee of 5% at the seller’s expense)

Brief Description - 18th Century Provencal Farm

This 18th century farm in the heart of the Provence countryside, surrounded by lavender fields, offers a unique opportunity to acquire a little piece of history.

Sat at the foot of an ancient fortified Roman town, a site of worship and healing, attracting pilgrims from far and wide.

The property has revealed many ancient artefacts now housed in the museum at Apt.

The property echoes the spiritual feeling and calm.

On the land stands a tree which has occupied its position for over 700 years and provides a canopy of shade from the hot Provencal sun.

This is a unique property

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Detailed Description - 18th Century Provencal Farm

 

The main house which is on 3 floors has been lovingly and authentically restored. The adjoining buildings which include vaulted cellars, cattle sheds and barns have been partially restored and offer huge potential for what is a very large property which sits on a plot of just under 3 hectares.

Entering the property from the side of the main house via a barn with with wood and glass panelled doors you arrive into a huge living space/informal sitting room with a niche to the right.

To the left a doorway leads out to an ancient covered lavoir with a swimming lane behind and access to the garden to the side.

The sitting room opens onto the courtyard with vine canopy and water trough with running water, the swimming lane sits behind.

The other side of the courtyard is access through wood and glass panelled doors to another stone barn. To the right of this is a toilet block with 2 toilet cubicles and double vanity units.

To the left is a former cattle shed with hay racks and feeding troughs. This has been transformed and has been used as a dining room.

Further to the left is another partially restored room, which in turn leads to another room separated by timber-framed walls filled with straw bales. Following on from here up a couple of steps is a room with glass door leading to the rear of the property, but to the left there is another small room which takes you to a vaulted room which in turn leads back to the former cattle shed.

The house itself can be accessed from the front of the property or from the courtyard

From the courtyard the first door on the left leads into the lounge with fireplace. In the right-hand corner is a toilet, next to that a doorway which leads into the kitchen which in turn leads back to the courtyard. To the rear of the kitchen is another vaulted room which serves as a bedroom with dressing room to the rear.

 

 

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House in village near shops – Ref 50-323

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118 720 Euros

(Including agent’s fees of 5.67% at buyer’s expense)

 

Brief description of the house in village near shops

Situated in the popular village of Hambye in the department of La Manche in Lower Normandy. This is a two bedroomed detached “pavillon” style property – accommodation is on the first floor and garage and additional room is on the ground floor. The property is double glazed and centrally heated by an oil fired boiler. Enclosed gardens. Short walk to the shops from here – Hambye has 2 bars, large bakers, butchers, cross stich shop, pharmacy, doctors, post office …and its only 20 minutes from the coast. On mains drainage – needs a bit of TLC mainly decoration. Could be main home or holiday home this house in village near shops at Hambye. Included in price is the adjacent plot of land which could be used as a building plot.

This is a lovely detached property that could be a main home or a holiday home – ideal for both really. One of the big advantages is that is so well place near the centre of a thriving village which has recently been redeveloped – with a good range of shops and amenities. You are also 20 minutes from the coast with a good range of beaches.

The property does look dated and is in need of some TLC but could be quite nice really. The configuration is as follows:-

The house is situated off a country lane in the heart of the village with gates leading to a driveway. Outside stairs lead to the entrance door on the first floor which is the living area. To your left is the combined living room diner which over looks the side garden – there are patio doors to the balcony area. The living room has a wood burner in addition the property is heated by oil fired central heating with the boiler and tank being located in the basement. Further down the entrance hall on your left is the first bedroom. To the right at the bottom of the corridor is the second bedroom.

To the right of the entrance hall is a storage area followed by the kitchen which offers a basic range of facilities. There is a separate toilet and a shower room further down the corridor to your left. There is access internally to the basement from the living area by an internal stairway.

The property comes with its own grounds of over 1000 m2 and the adjacent plot of 450m2 is included at this price – this is constructible land so could be used as a building plot or have all the land for a garden.

 

Floor plan of first floor living area

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Floor Plan of Basement

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Currently the property does not have loft insulation which would substantially alter the ratings.

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Local website for the village of Hambye – click here

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 Cottage with outbuildings Ref 50-322

Normandy Cottage with outbuildings

99 640 Euros

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

Brief Description - Normandy cottage with outbuildings

An interesting project in Normandy – could be main home could be holiday home. Detached property set in grounds of one acre with numerous outbuildings. Rural location but walkable to a village with a very popular restaurant.

Three bedroom detached accommodation (one bedroom on the ground floor). Lots of potential here – in need of some TLC but its retained alot of its original charm like the ceilings, the exposed stonework and beams gives it a real cottage feel to it.

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Provencal property with mountain views Ref J04-156

Provencal Property with mountain views

892 500 Euros

(Including agency fee of 5% at seller’s expense)

Brief Description - Provencal property with mountain views

Elegant Provencal property, uniquely designed and constructed using the finest quality materials, fabulously positioned giving its occupants stunning views of the Lurs mountains.

Situated at the edge of a pretty village near the medieval town of Forcalquier.

The property is accessed by remote control gates, the end of the gravel driveway is divided by a central island planted with Olive trees allowing circular access to the parking bays and/or garage.

The driveway is illuminated after dark by automatic lighting with sensors illuminating the front of the property and pool area.

This is a unique property.

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Detailed Description - Provencal property with mountain views

 

Access to the house is via a stone flagged entrance hall with stylish metal framed glass doors.

A solid wooded door to the left leads into the main living area with glass doors leading out onto a large covered terrace with dining table and relaxed seating ideal for alfresco dining.

The lounge is light and airy with stunning views with a Godin wood burning stove installed for cooler winter evenings

The living room is semi open onto the dining room via an archway with glass panels at the side

Leading off from here is the door giving access to the basement with professional temperature controlled wine cellar.

Another door takes you into a large shower room with Italian shower, vanity unit with double round stone basins, WC and towel airer

At the end of the dining room/gable end there is access to 2 bedrooms, one to the rear one to the front. The bedroom to the front has glass doors which open onto the terrace.

Returning to the lounge behind the entrance hall is a wonderfully equipped kitchen with a separate utility room.

All the appliances are built-in and include a traditional oven, microwave oven and steam oven. The kitchen connects to the garage and also another terrace to the rear of the property.

Returning to the lounge once more an enclosed staircase leading from here takes you to a half landing with window with ornate metal bars which overlooks the fields to the rear. The stairs then turns back on itself before arriving directly into the master bedroom with dressing room and shower room with Italian shower, round stone wash basin and WC.

To the left of the room are glass doors which lead into an office, the view from both the office with its full room width window and the bedroom window is wonderful overlooking the pool and gardens of the property across the fields to the old church and the Lurs mountains beyond.

The property is unique and one of quality and benefits from double glazed units throughout, solid wooden doors, metal framed glass doors and a water softening system.

The property equally benefits from a lovely pool with pump house with attached covered shed used for the storage of garden equipment and for the families bikes.

Finally there is a little hidden corner, a recently created garden area where can relax in a sheltered totally hidden area behind the pool.

This is a quality property that has been purposely built to take advantage of the wonderful views which can be seen from nearly every part of the property. If that were not enough it is possible to extend the property or build a separate property whilst retaining the privacy of the main house, or to convert the garage.

Energy Efficiency Rating - Provencal property with mountain views.

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

 

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Project in Normandy – stone properties Ref J50-155

Project in Normandy - stone properties

85 000 Euros

(Including agency fees of 5000 euros at buyer’s expense)

Description - Project in Normandy - stone properties

 Rare opportunity to buy an old bake house with another little property on a plot of around 7000 m² in the middle of the Normandy countryside.

The bread oven is intact and there is water and electric on site. The plot offers lovely views of the surrounding countryside and is not overlooked

Both properties are stone built and whilst in need of renovation are structually sound.

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Maison en pierre rénovée Ref 50-321

Maison en pierre rénovée

153 700 Euros

(Y compris les frais d agence de 5,67% à la charge de l’acquereur)

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Jolie maison en pierre rénovée avec jardin et dépendance.

Au calme à la campagne entre Saint Hilaire du Harcouet et Brécey.

4 chambres, 3 niveaux, chauffage éléctric (et bois), double vitrage. A voir.

Description détailée - maison en pierre rénovée

La propriété est située dans une impasse dans un cadre rural entre Brecey et Saint Hilaire du Harcouet dans le département de la Manche en Basse-Normandie.

Indépendante et implantée sur un terrain d’environ 2800m2, la propriété dispose également d’un atelier indépendant attenant – idéal pour ranger les outils et le matériel de jardin.

La configuration de la propriété est la suivante

Rez-de-chaussée – Grande cuisine avec coin repas. La cuisine a beaucoup de meubles de cuisines pour le stockage. Carrelage et poutres apparentes. En bas wc et salle d’eau. A côté se trouve le salon avec poêle à bois – poutres également apparentes et sol carrelé.

Escalier menant au premier étage avec un palier de menant chambres doubles en suite, une avec baignoire et wc, l’autre avec douche et wc.

Depuis le palier, des escaliers mènent au dernier étage qui comprend une impressionnante chambre en mezzanine avec un cadre en A exposé et une chambre adjacente. Belles vues depuis les chambres.

La propriété a une belle terrasse donnant sur le jardin arrière qui est principalement en pelouse avec des haies et une zone pavée.

Bel emplacement – entre quelques endroits populaires Brecey et Saint Hilaire du Harcouet. La propriété est à moins de 2 km d’un village avec un restaurant.

En résumé – Belle propriété avec beaucoup de points positifs ici – pourrait être une maison principale ou une maison de vacances – bien placée pour la paix et la tranquillité mais pas loin de la civilisation. Le fossé a été classé comme acceptable au dernier contrôle (fosse toutes eaux). Le terrain est d’environ 2800m2 et la surface habitable est d’environ 130m2.

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Localisation de la ville la plus proche

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Click here for the website for Saint Hilaire du Harcouet.

Click here for the website for Brécey.

Veuillez noter: Toutes les tailles de chambres sont approximatives. MILES IMMOBILIER EURL a fait tout son possible pour que les détails et les photographies de cette propriété soient exacts et en aucun cas trompeurs. Cependant, ces informations ne font pas partie d’un contrat et aucune garantie n’est donnée ou implicite