Traditional Normandy Home 50-383

449935652 10232279605683720 3641042695087074426 n Traditional Normandy Home

243 800 Euros

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

Brief Description - Traditional Normandy Home

If you are looking for a traditional Normandy home with plenty of room, nice gardens in a rural setting but within easy reach of villages with shops and amenities then this could be the one for you. Traditional “pierre et masse” style property with a beautiful garden and panoramic views over Normandy countryside.


Detailed description - Traditional Normandy Home

Situated in a rural setting in like a small hamlet a few kilometres from the popular villages of Percy and Hambye in the department of La Manche in Lower Normandy. Both these villages have a good range of shops and amenities.

The configuration of the property is as followed

Approached by a gravelled driveway off a country lane. Glazed entrance door opening onto living room which boasts a superb woodburning stove. To the right of this is a large dining room with windows overlooking the superb gardens to the rear of the property. Also off the living room to the rear is the extended part of the property which is a further dining area. There is a wc in this part, this dining area is treble aspect with views over the garden. To the left of the living room is the kitchen area which has a good range of units and this is double aspect. Stairs in the kitchen to the first floor. Off the kitchen is a further practical utility room and a ground floor bathroom and wc. Stairs from the kitchen lead to the first floor which has beautiful traditional wooden floor (see video)

On the first floor there are five bedrooms and a bathroom with WC and hand basin.

Attached to the main house is a large outbuilding with two rooms – lots of potential here – useful for storage of gardening equipment.

The property is set in grounds of over 1 acre and boasts additional detached outbuildings suitable for a variety of usage.

Electric heating and partially double glazed. Habitable floor area of around 180m2. The property is set in grounds of 4888m2 and is about 25km from the coast with a good range of beaches to choose from.

Traditional Normandy Home - Energy Efficiency Rating

DPE Traditional Normandy Home
CO2 Traditional Normandy Home

360 Views of property

Estimated annual energy running costs of the property are between 3030 euros and 4150 based on energy costs 2021 – including standing charges.

 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.

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Traditional Normandy Home - Location of nearest village

Traditional Normandy Home on our Youtube Account

Local websites – click here for Hambye and click here for Percy

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

Holiday Gite Project Ref 50-382

PF Andy Traditional Normandy Home

137 800 Euros

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

Holiday Gite Project - Brief Description

This is a very interesting quirky property – could be decribed in numerous ways – I ve called it a holiday gite project. Essentially if you can imagine one large longère style property effectively configured into four parts. As you view the property from the front you have a 3 bedroomed property – with a goodsized master bedroom with en-suite facilities. Next to this is a one bedroomed studio. After this you have the workshop and finally there s a quirky part – accommodation on effectively 3 levels with a feature mezannine. A small garden to the side and rear and you have magnificent breath taking views over Normandy countryside.

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Stone bastide with 2 gites and land J04-180

20240612 110014 Traditional Normandy Home

1 490 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 4.76% at buyer’s expense)

Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - Brief Description

Luberon estate of close to 20 hectares with traditional stone Bastide and 2 gites  

The property which sits in the middle of the land is surrounded by lavender fields and bordered by a stream.  

The land is natural and wild but with flat pasture suitable for horses and woodland with paths meandering through the park  

In addition to the principal residence and gites the property boasts a heated pool with automatic PH control, a full-size resin tennis court, jacuzzi and sauna, workshop, boules pitch and children’s adventure park.  

The main house was totally rebuilt from a ruin in 2003, the only remaining part an old sheep shed is now a gite, however the main house has been built with great attention to detail, incorporating exposed beams, provencal ceilings, traditional ballistraid, with built in bread oven and handbasin, traditional wrought iron work on the balconies, terraces and windows.        

 The old and new have been blended together with great success to form this beautifully presented property.  

Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - Detailed Description

Entering the main property via a door from the terrace into an entrance hall which provides access to the owners private accomodation to the left and the letting suites to the right.  

Turning left you enter into a large living room (80m²) with it’s arched glass doors leading out onto the south facing terrace which is partially covered by the overhanging roofline and supported by stone pillars which creates a wonderful place to dine during the summer months and offers uninterupted views.  

The focal point of the living room being the large impressive stone fireplace, the room is divided from the kitchen by a half wall with arched opening. The kitchen itself has a professional range cooker  and a stone pizza/bread oven which forms part of the kitchen and adds to its charm.  

A door from the kitchen leads to a back kitchen which leads out onto a small breakfast terrace to the rear.       

A corridor to the side of the of kitchen leads to the owners private accommodation with bedroom which has a large window to the side which could easily be replaced by a glass door giving independent access to the side of the property. From the bedroom a door leads to a dressing room which in turn leads to beautiful tiled bathroom with provencal ceiling comprising of corner bath, italian shower, WC and double vanity units.  

A door from the bathroom leads to another room which is currently used as an office which in turn leads back into the corridor.  



Returning to the entrance hall leading off are a cloakroom and a separate WC with handbasin 

There are 2 sets of stairs from the entrance hall, one going up the other down.  



Taking the upward staircase this takes you to 2 letting suites. 

Turning left you arrive in a bedroom with exposed beams this in turn leads to a shower room with shower, WC and handbasin and a sitting room with corner office and a sofa bed allowing for additional sleeping space from here a door leads to another shower room which in turn leads back into the corridor.  

Continueing along the corridor is a door to the other letting suite, to the left of the corridor beyond this door you arrive at the suites sitting room, again with sofa bed and its own shower room. At the end of the corridor is a large bedroom, again with its own shower room but also with a small south facing balcony with table and chairs at the gable end of the L shaped property 

Returning to the top of the stairs, there is another short staircase to a room on the mezzanine which serves as a small kitchen for use of letting suite guests, who also have use of an external private terrace with summer kitchen and BBQ. 

Now returning to the entrance hall the downward staircase leads to a utility/boiler room with industrial washing machine.  

Heating is by means of oil fired central heating and the main house benefits from underfloor heating there is also a water softener  

There is access from the utility room to a large games room with snooker table and corner seating area. Large glass doors lead out to the front of the property with stairs to the terrace, a door from the games room leads to a cellar and another door to a room at the gable end which acts as a store room. 

At the other end of the terrace opposite the games room is the access to the original part of the property which now forms the smaller of the 2 gites. 

On entering the building you arrive in the dining room with an old stone wash basin and a wood burning stove. To the right and back of this room is a small but well equiped kitchen and to the right up 4 steps is the sitting room with glass doors which lead out onto terrace with canopy to the side of the property   Stairs from the dining room lead to the 1st floor where there are 2 bedrooms, one twin and one double and a bathroom     

The second gite lies behind and is accessed via a passage between the 1st gite and the main house where there is a stone arch under which wood is stored there are 3 steps up and then there is a stone staircase which leads upto a terrace with BBQ, there are table and chairs which are sheltered by a canopy. A door from here leads into the 2nd larger gite.  

You enter into a large open plan living/kitchen/dining room, this is a light and airy space with exposed beams and woodwork in a light pearl grey.  


A corridor from this room leads to 4 bedrooms, left is a twin room, to the right is a karge double room with its own shower room with italian shower , WC and handbasin a door from which leads back to the corridor. From here to the left is a double bedroom  with a door leading to a small bedroom suitable for children with bunkbeds, which in turn leads to a large shower room with washing machine with a door which again leads back to the corridor.   

This is a lovely property with lots of potential to continue as a chambre d’hôtes and gite business or to recuperate the main house as a large family home whilst retaining the gites or to have the entire property as an extended family home which can accomodate 24.  

The property is in the process of finalising the installation of photovoltaic panels, thereby reducing energy costs 

The land offers other options for outdoor activites and is suitable for horses or other animals, bee keeping, cycling or quad bike activities (bikes and a quad are available with the property) to name but a few.  

Whatever your choice live life under the blue skies and sunshine or Provence 


Including agency fees payable by the buyer of 4.76%  

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website.


Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - Energy Efficiency Ratings - Main House

j04 180 a Traditional Normandy Home
j04 180b Traditional Normandy Home

Estimated annual energy expenditure between 4490 and 6150 euros

Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - Energy Efficiency Ratings - Gite

j04 180 dpe Traditional Normandy Home
j04 180 DPE CO2 Traditional Normandy Home

Estimated costs of heating per annum between 2240 euros and 3080 euros

Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - Location of nearest town

Stone bastide with 2 gites and land - On Youtube

Local website 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


House with gite and land in Avranches Ref 50-381

447199544 10232036370803000 8588484698746518662 n Traditional Normandy Home

780 000 Euros

(including agency fee of 3.85% at buyer’s expense)

House with gite and land in Avranches - Brief Description

If I had to come up with a phrase to describe this property I would say its the charm of the countryside in the city.  Its very rare that you get a property so close to all the amenities of the town – shops within walking distance etc…yet you ve got just under 3 hectares of land which is mainly woodland. Its a beautiful setting with the best of both worlds town and country.

There is a main house with a habitable surface area of 210m2 on three floors with an attached double garage. The house is on 3 floors and boasts balconies which are ideal for being used for eating the morning breakfast whilst overlooking the grounds.

In addition to the main house is a detached gite which is very popular and has been rented out for around 24 weeks a year. The location is very popular for exploring Normandy – lots of tourist attractions nearby like Mont St Michel.

The grounds are just under 3 hectares – you ve the peace and tranquility of the countryside with all the amenities of the town on your doorstep – the best of both worlds.


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Normandy home with potential 50-380

441028606 10231886928827044 5023284652824867720 n Traditional Normandy Home
440587463 10231886928627039 791950958267223251 n Traditional Normandy Home

95 400 Euros

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


Normandy home with potential - Brief Description

Rare opportunity to acquire an unusual property which offers lots of potential.  Its an unfinished project so does  some finishing off work but offers habitable accommodation whilst any works could be done. The photos and video give a good idea of works needed. The property is double glazed and benefits from a solid fuel central heating system (wood). There s a substantial detached outbuildings which would be ideal for a variety of uses. Attached to the property is a garage and outbuilding. With around 2 acres of grounds the property also has equestrian potential. Its in a nice secluded position – rural setting. The property is near the villages of Soulles and Le Guislain in the department of La Manche in Lower Normandy. Habitable floor area 148m2.

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Renovated French home – 50-379

Renovated French home near Villedieu
Renovated French home near Villedieu

199 500 Euros

(Includinge agency fee of 4.76% at buyer’s expense)

Renovated French Home - Brief Description

Rare opportunity to acquire a superb detached fully renovated family home in a Normandy village which boasts a bar restaurant within easy walking distance. The property sits in grounds of around half an acre in an elevated position with superb views over Normandy countryside. The village is within walking distance and has some shops and amenities. The town of Villedieu les Poeles is only a few kilometres away.

The property is on 3 levels and benefits from gas fired central heating (in addition to the woodburner in stone fireplace) and is double glazed throughout.

The property has been renovated by professional local artisans and is well worth a visit.

The views from the substantial patio windows in the living room, over the countryside are impressive to say the least.

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Provencal village house J04-178

Provencal village house

148 400 Euros

(Including agency fee at seller’s expense)

Provencal Village House - Brief Description

Provencal village house in the Verdon Natural Park. 

The property sits between 2 lanes which wynd their way up through the perched village near the spa town of Greoux les Bains and the fabulous Lac d’Esparron .  

This is an area of outstanding natural beauty which incudes the the famous lavender fields of Provence on the Valensole Plateau.  

The village itself is a laberinth of wynding lanes which lead to the Chateau at the height of the village.  


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Secluded rural retreat 50-378

436368791 10231765537792344 7929859335980390541 n Traditional Normandy Home
Secluded rural retreat near Tessy Bocage

305 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 3.38% at buyer’s expense)

Secluded Rural Retreat - Brief Description

Rare opportunity to acquire a secluded rural retreat – its difficult to come up with a title for this property which offers so much potential. On the one hand its a house with a gite so has potential income. On the other hand its got just under four hectares of land so has potential for anyone with horses, livestock etc….Having elevated panoramic views over the Normandy countryside it could have potential as a “well being centre”. Alternatively ideal for an extended family who want to be together yet have an element of indepedence too….All in all  not an easy one to describe as it has scope in all kinds of different directions.

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Stone property in Luberon Ref J04-179

5autre vue du jardin 1 Traditional Normandy Home

598 000 Euros

(Including agency fees at the seller’s expense)

Stone property in Luberon - Brief Description

Lovely old stone property in the heart of the Luberon,   which overlooks the village square with its traditional Provençal fountain. To the rear the property has South facing gardens of just under 2000 m2 with heated pool with salt filter (11m x 3m), cabin with sauna changing area and outside shower, summer room,  45m² terrace, BBQ area with sink and garage. The garden has various fruit trees (apple, pear, fig, cherry, olive, raspberry canes, mulberry and grape vine) , a herb and vegetable garden and wildflower garden providing a cornucopia of colour and fragrance in the warmer months all set against a backdrop of stunning views of the Lure and Luberon Mountains.

The house itself which dates from around the mid 1800’s, has been lovingly restored using quality materials, maintaining its character whilst combining the comforts of modern living.

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Detached Normandy Home 50-377

Detached Normandy Home Hambye

273 000 Euros

(Including agency fee of 4.76% at buyer’s expense)

Detached Normandy Home - Brief Description

Situated a few kilometres from the popular village of Hambye in Lower Normandy is this beautiful residence. Its located in a plot of just over 3/4 of an acre of land in a rural setting with nice views over Normandy countryside. This is a four bedroomed centrally heated detached property which has been double glazed. There are several attached outbuidlings including a garage which offer score for further development. The property has a habitable surface area  (excludes outbuildings) of 172m2. The property boasts 4 bedrooms one of which is on the ground floor – ideal for anyone with disabled or elderly family members.

The property is in nice grounds and has been maintained to a good level by the present owner.

The village of Hambye is only about 20 minutes from the coast and Hambye village has a good range of shops and amenities and is famous for its 12th Century Benedictine Abbey which attracts many tourists throughout the year.

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