- 300 m2
- 10 rooms
- 5 bedrooms
170 km from Paris in the Auge region of the French department of Calvados, an 18th century residence, with its wooded parklands and a lake, in over one and a half hectares.
This residence is 170 km from Paris. Deauville is less than 60 km to the north across the Auge region. To the south, the French department of Orne and its horse stud farms still have their original rurality. The nearest large town with a train station and all infrastructures is 25 km away. A small town, with local shops and amenities, as well as slip roads for the A28 motorway, is 8 km away.
This property's semi-circular entrance is on a secondary road, bordered by fields and meadows. It is closed by wide wrought iron gates, flanked by brick pillars extended by fencing on either side. A double row of lime trees leads to a lake and wide lawns, planted with trees and flowers, which surround the residence. A small house awaiting restoration stands on the edge of the property.
The residenceThe whitewashed, quarry stone block facades are marked by the patina of time. Brick and Caen stone form the quoins and the surrounds around the openings.
The residence is symmetrical. Both levels feature five openings. Double glazed doors in the central bay on the ground floor form the main entrance. It is flanked by pilasters and topped with a stone entablature. The hip slate roof features a triangular pediment, containing a window, and two skylights.
The double doors open into a vestibule housing a stairway, with wooden steps covered with terracotta tiles, as well as three doors leading to a lounge, a dining room and a corridor, providing access to a kitchen, a study and a bathroom. The floor is covered with old square terracotta tiles with inlaid decoration. The edges of the wide joists have been softened. The beams are clad. The moulding of the floor-to-ceiling panelling is enhanced with refined hues. The wooden mullioned windows are all fitted with indoor, shutters, painted in the same hues as the walls.
The dining room features a large fireplace, with stone jambs, a brick hearth and chimney breast as well as a wooden lintel. It is illuminated via two windows. The lounge, however, has a stone fireplace with jambs in the shape of semi-engaged columns. It is brightly illuminated via four windows. Two doors open into a study and the garden.
The original wooden stairway, with its open-work bars and curved steps, goes up to a landing illuminated via a window. The floor-to-ceiling panelling on this level is plainer than that on the ground floor and most of the windows are fitted with indoor shutters.
The landing provides access to the two main bedrooms, one of which has a bathroom and a dressing room whilst the other has a toilet concealed by the oak woodwork. The landing also leads to a corridor, with old terracotta floor tiles, giving access to two smaller bedrooms and a bathroom.
The bedroom floors are covered with oak wood parquet flooring, laid in herringbone, randomly matched or strip patterns. The walls are decorated with fireplaces, set in corners in the smallest bedrooms. The exposed ceiling beams are identical to those on the ground floor.
This level has sloping ceilings. The stairway goes up to a landing, a corridor and an area illuminated by the window contained in the triangular pediment. The floor is paved with old terracotta floor tiles. This level is divided into two sections. One is used as attic space whilst the other has been converted into a large bedroom and shower room.The outbuildingThis small, brick house, at the end of the parklands, is used for storage and workshop purposes. Its hip, slate roof features two roof dormers. A door leads to two rooms illuminated via two ...
reference : 254067 - Le Figaro Properties reference : 23819093
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