- 150 m2
- 3 rooms
- 4 bedrooms
- land 29.9 ha
In the midst of the Cotentin peninsula, a 16th century manor house, once a farm, and its 30 ha of land.
Near to Valognes and Normandy's beaches and less than 3 hours from Paris by car or train, this 16th century manor house, surrounded by bocage countryside and woods, is close to a hamlet on the Cotentin peninsula.
A turning off a little road provides access to a short lane leading to an old, partially damaged, gothic arched porchway, dating from the 11th century.
Said porchway opens on to the main house, spanning approx. 150 m² and exuding a simple elegance. With a total surface area of approx. 1,000 m², a number of outbuildings are laid out around the manor house to form a completely enclosed, central courtyard, spanning more than 2,000 m².
On the south side, the house, with no home comforts, precedes an old pigsty, a storeroom and, backing on to the storeroom and overlooking the garden, a press-house.
Set at right angles on the west side are a barn and an old
reference : 262412 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 25129001
- EPC : n/a
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