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House with garden Courvaudon (14)

Stunning house, with renovated outbuildings, orchard and land in a quiet hamlet close to Aunay sur Odon. This very elegant property is located in a peaceful setting just outside the town of Aunay sur Odon and Villers Bocage and with easy access to the A84 and the town and port of Caen. The property offers huge potential with it's outbuildings and land, heaps of charm and character all in extremely good condition. On the ground floor of the main house is a sitting room, office, dining room, W.C. and kitchen. The reception rooms have exposed beams and chimneys. The kitchen is modern and stylish with glass sliding doors leading out onto a patio and views of the front walled garden. On the first floor there is a landing and two spacious bedrooms each with their own en suite facilities. The attic space is currently being used as guest bedrooms offering 2 more bedrooms and a bathroom. However the beams are low and the access stairs are fairly steep but perfect for children and visitors. The outbuildings surround the gravelled courtyard, one of which has been renovated and is currently being used as an art studio, the second as a private, spacious office. The long stone building includes 2 large garages with ample space for 2 cars. The rest of the building is currently being used as storage with plenty of space! The grounds are beautiful and well maintained. The house and outbuildings are situated around the partially walled boundary and gravelled courtyard, there is also a large paddock and orchard which offers a secluded and peaceful area to appreciate the environment, perhaps with a little 'apero.' An absolutely stunning property; videos and many more photos on request.

$598,000
159
3bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  2.2ha

By Leggett Immobilier Grand Ouest

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House Bonnemaison (14)

La Petite Suhardiere is a spacious 140 sq m Country House set in it's own extensive gardens and grounds of approximately 2 Hectares, surrounded by unspoilt countryside and farmland in a picturesque valley. Behind the property, there are hills covered with vast pine forests. The property has been carefully restored to a high standard, retaining many original features and is kept in excellent repair and decorative order throughout. The house is not overlooked and enjoys total privacy to those wishing to 'get away from it all'. The house is accessed by a private drive/country lane (almost 1 kilometre) Recently completely resurfaced and in excellent order. The house provides an ideal rural retreat yet is only 3 kms from the market town of Aunay-sur-Odon, which is well served with every type of shop and small supermarket together with post office, bank, tourist office and a weekly Saturday morning market. Just a few kilometres away is the picturesque town of Thury Harcourt To the ground floor a tiled laundry room with plumbing connections for a washing machine and tumble dryer, this room is also the location of the oil fired boiler that provides full central heating throughout the property. A Shower Room/WC, carpeted floor Lounge with open stone fireplace and solid oak flooring Dining/Living room with pine refectory table (seats 10). Traditional open fireplace with a wood burning stove and solid oak flooring A fully fitted Kitchen with new cream panelled units, full size oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Red tiled floor Situated on the first floor are four large bedrooms, laid with solid oak flooring throughout The master and 2nd bedroom have fully fitted wardrobes with matching bedside tables and dressing table/chest of drawers Fully fitted bathroom with separate shower cubicle, bath, basin and WC. There is a pretty winding staircase giving access to the first floor and the extensive loft This area has been floored out. Electric, water and drainage services provided for the conversion of this area to provide additional accommodation if required. The property has been tastefully wallpapered throughout, ground floors replaced with new and a damp course to the floor installed. The first floor has been fully insulated. Replacement uPVC double glazed windows and doors were fitted with toughened and laminated glass to the doors. Pretty uPVC shutters to all ground floor windows. The entire property enjoys a total rewire of all electric circuits, replacement plumbing and heating with a new septic tank and extensive drainage system approved by the local authority. Externally there are extensive stone outbuildings. A garage to the left together with 2 further storerooms. All fully renovated and restored to a good condition. Complete with lighting and power sockets. To the right is an open barn which has recently been completely re-roofed and all stonework repaired. The property is surrounded by extensive lawns and flower beds with a large gravelled parking area. A pair of decorative gates with stone pillars are at the entrance. To the front of the property is a large pony paddock with basic stabling and to the rear is woodland. Beyond which is a very extensive forest extending for many kilometres in all directions with many walks and trails only 5 minutes away A very pretty and attractive property in an extremely private location.

$456,600
140
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2.1ha

By Bayeux Sotheby's International Realty

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Property with garden Villers-Bocage (14)

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183
3bedrooms
land  1.8ha

By Cabinet Faudais Saint-lo

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House with garden and terrace Villers-Bocage (14)

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352
7bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3.2ha

By Cabinet Faudais Saint-lo

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Property with pool and garden Villers-Bocage (14)

Isabelle Charlet Immobilier presents this pretty property, located in a lovely, quiet and slightly hilly Calvados countryside. The whole thing offers a lot of advantages to seduce you. Starting with the house, a beautiful 18th century residence whose facade has a main building and two projections on the sides, each crowned by a lowered pediment. In the center, architectural balance is ensured by the presence of another pediment. The rear is flanked by a hexagonal tower in white stone with brick inlays which gives this building great originality. The ground floor has an entrance paved with cement tiles. On the right, a living room with fireplace (30m2), a large kitchen (22m2) and an office. To the left of the entrance, two reception rooms (dining room and living room). At the rear, accessed via a small corridor: a laundry room and toilets. A wide staircase goes upstairs. A corridor distributes two very beautiful bedrooms (16 and 22m2), a bathroom (vanity unit, bathtub and toilet), then a master suite of approximately 50m2 including a bedroom, a dressing room, a shower room (basin, wall-hung toilet , very large walk-in shower) and other storage. The second floor, attic, has been converted and has a bedroom with bathroom, toilet, storage space and an attic. Adjoining the house, but with independent access, accommodation of around thirty square meters has been installed (fitted kitchen, bedroom and shower room with toilet. At the back of the house, a pond where aquatic plants participate in the regeneration of water by naturally eliminating toxic substances, replenishing the water with oxygen and maintaining the balance of the ecosystem. Swimming pool to be rehabilitated (pump to be rehabilitated). An office has been set up in an old bakery with its bread oven (office on the ground floor, bedroom and bathroom with toilet upstairs) Independent house with a living room, a kitchen, a shower room and two bedrooms will accommodate your interns, bellhops or guards. Equestrian facilities: Complete, they consist of: – a magnificent wooden barn with 11 large boxes (4.20×4) with removable walls, a shower area, a tack room with laundry area, a storage space, horse preparation area. – an outdoor wooden stable of 5 boxes (3×3) with concrete sidewalk sheltered by an awning and with its preparation area. – a stable of 9 boxes (3.10×3.40) with awning is attached to the riding school – a covered carousel measuring approximately 40×20, closed on four sides, is clad in wood. Boot guards, floor is fiber sand. LED lighting. – a sandy paddock – a large fiber sand quarry with generous measurements (80×35) – grasslands and paddocks bordered by a stream with access to water (pump) – Pond and well – isolation paddock with its shelter – large stone press used as a shed and with a veterinary room with ultrasound bar, closed garage. Upstairs: rooms to be renovated. – second stone building used as a stable comprising 5 boxes including 2 for foaling (one of which is heated with video surveillance). Technical room and workshop. These last two buildings form a closed courtyard with the facade of the house and the surrounding wall. They give an undeniable charm to this property. WI-FI and LED lighting everywhere. Fiber. The land area of ​​this complex is 16ha 34a 97ca.

$1,484,100
280
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  16.4ha

By Isabelle Charlet Immobilier

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Farmhouse Villers-Bocage (14)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$1,060,100
300
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.3ha

By Normandie Privilège

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Manor Thury-Harcourt (14)

In the department of Calvados, only 15 minutes away from Clécy, a 17th-century stately home and its 14-hectare fiefdom. The estate was once the fiefdom and barony of the Malfilâtre lords. Outside of the village, perched up in the hills, the view is completely unobstructed towards the Orne River Valley, flowing downstream all the way to the slopes of the Pays d’Auge. The estate is accessible via a small 450-metre no-through road, lined with fields and woods, before arriving at a wooden gate, which opens onto the property. A tree-lined driveway then leads to the garden where still more medieval vestiges await, including a 13th-century fortified arkose stone wall, built along the Orne River, as well as a 15th-century defensive turret. In the centre of the property, the ancient fortified manor house was refurbished in the 17th century to soften its original military aspect and turn it into a vacation home. Crowned with a hipped roof in “Pont-à-Mousson” slate, the two-story home was built out of pink-veined blue schist. The pointed schist masonry, flecked with silvery grey and ochre tones, is cadenced with arched windows, framed with limestone ashlar and decorated with wrought-iron guardrails. Located approximately 20 metres past the dwelling, a 17th-century house flanked by a watchtower were built overlooking the meandering Orne River. Lastly, a garage abuts the northern side of the home.

$815,400
207
4bedrooms
land  13.8ha

By Patrice Besse

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Property Thury-Harcourt (14)

Ref 4246: Pretty property for sale in a quiet place in Normandy. This elegant 'fortified house' is located in the heart of Normandy, just outside Caen, in the north of the famous natural region known as 'Suisse Normande'. Highly perched in a dominant and defensive position, overlooking the Orne valley, this former feudal stronghold boasts an exceptional environment, where charm, tranquillity and space make these authentic places magical ... and from another time. As for civilisation, it's less than a league away, offering all the services and shops you need for family life.Caen is less than half an hour away. Thanks to its renovation, this property has become a perfect main, second or holiday home. The property comprises a main dwelling, an annexe with a tower and a watch tower. The main building is a noble, sober construction of jointed schist stone, topped with a 4-slope studded slate roof. The building comprises 3 stories, 2 of which are converted. The facades are enlivened by arched doors and windows, and a few small openings are a reminder of the building's defensive role. The perfect proportions provide approx. 206 sqm of living space, not including a first floor that could be converted for the most part (approx. 80 sqm ). The property is laid out as follows 1°) Ground floor: -Entrance on the north side via a covered passageway giving access to the house and garage. - Kitchen/dining room (31 sqm), tiled floor - good ceiling height (2.75 m). - Main entrance on the east side comprising a small vestibule, staircase leading to the first floor. Small shower room with washbasin. Separate WC. The whole represents 9.5sqm. Tiled floor. - 25sqm study with parquet flooring and tiled floor. Exposed stone and joists. Wood burner. - Living room of 35 sqm with fireplace. Tiled floor. Exposed stone and beams. High ceilings (3m). Numerous windows let in plenty of light. 2°) 1st floor: 12sqm landing leading to 4 bedrooms (11 / 12 / 17 and 28 sqm); a bathroom and a washroom. WC. The master bedroom could easily accommodate a shower room adjoining the landing. 3°) The attic: under the rafters, with the possibility of converting approx. 80 sqm. The outbuildings: A) Situated slightly away from the main dwelling and overlooking the Orne valley is a charming little dwelling adjoining a 15th century tower that has been completely renovated to provide approx. 40 sqm of living space over 2 stories. It comprises a kitchen area, living room, bedroom, shower room and toilet, part of which is in the tower. The works are recent, and some are in the process of being finished. B) Set back from the 2 other buildings, right in line with the stone perimeter wall, stands the so-called 'watch tower' with its panoramic view over the meandering Orne, bearing witness to its defensive role in the Middle Ages. C) The remains of a chapel can still be seen on high ground .... D) A shelter consisting of 3 horse stalls has been built in the middle of the grassland. E) A large 35 sqm garage adjoins the main dwelling and houses, among other things, the boiler room. By definition, Suisse Normande is a region of hills and the Orne valley is its main attraction. So it's only natural that this property should take full advantage of a landscape with many facets, from woods and open grasslands to the steep, rocky slopes leading down to the river. Most of the 33 acres or so that make up the immediate surroundings are meadows, particularly suitable for horses. Some of the more scrubby areas are home to a wealth of wildlife (roe deer, woodcock, etc.). An old kitchen garden, a pond and fruit trees (apple, pear and cherry) complete the setting. Fresnes, oaks, cedars of Lebanon, cedars of the Atlas... some of which are over a hundred years old, have acquired their protection through their status as 'classified wooded areas', rivalling the 'area for the protection of architectural and urban heritage' conferred on the site. The 800-metre cul-de-sac leading to the property is surrounded by excellent, reassuring and discreet neighbours, with no nuisance to disturb the rare silence that only the sound of birdsong can disturb. Could this be the definition of 'paradise'? Around 12,36 acres are rented out next door, ensuring regular maintenance. A clever swap of 2 distant plots (4,45 acres) for the partial appropriation of a plot adjoining the rear of the property will enable a more rational improvement of the immediate environment. Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 . We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$815,400
206
4bedrooms
land  13.8ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Property with garden Thury-Harcourt (14)

In the heart of the Suisse Normande, Cabinet Faudais presents this magnificent house of character in perfect condition with an area of 368m². The charm operates from the entrance, with a beautiful stone staircase, the dining room with its woodwork, the cozy living room, the superb typical kitchen with its beams and fireplace. The floor offers 3 beautiful bedrooms with bathroom and a suite with bedroom, living room and equipped kitchen. Distribution would allow a high-end hospitality activity. Outbuildings. Land 4939m² with panoramic views of the rolling countryside.

$750,200
368
4bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  4,939

By Cabinet Faudais Saint-lo

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House Evrecy (14)

Located in the Caen South West sector, 10 minutes from the South ring road and close to the A84, 4 minutes from Evrecy, close to schools, shops, transport, this house located in a peaceful location offers an exceptional natural setting. A favorite, ideal for meeting up with family or friends. Its southeast to southwest orientation ensures pleasant light throughout the day. With a living area of 210 m2 on beautifully landscaped land of 1,728 m2. The main house with a living area of more than 165 m2 is made up of 8 rooms including 5 bedrooms. On the ground floor, entrance, living room with fireplace, living room, fitted and equipped kitchen with terrace, toilet. On the 1st floor, the corridor leads to 4 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet. On the 2nd floor, a beautiful master suite with bedroom of more than 20 m2, dressing room, bathroom with toilet. An outbuilding of approximately 100 m2 on the ground floor, with garages, workshop, cellar, summer kitchen... and upstairs, with a living area of 50 m2 which you will have the possibility of converting into a guest house. guests, completely independent gite, guest rooms… a 46 m2 garage and garden shed. Gas boiler from 2023.

$565,400
210
5bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,728

By Safti

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House with pool Culey-le-Patry (14)

Three outbuildings complete the property, a barn of approx. 110 m² floor area, with 3 stables/stables and an attic above, 2 garages of approx. 30 m² and 50 m² respectively and another small roadside building. A swimming pool has been built as an extension to the barn, adding to the appeal of this property. The vast garden, enclosed by walls and dense hedges, offers beautiful views of the surrounding meadows to the rear. Its architecture, setting and location make this a property with character that's sure to win you over. Property presented by Hugues de Jessey +33 (0)6 60 12 33 33 Fees at buyer's expense Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$750,200
368
5bedrooms

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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House with terrace Boulon (14)

On the Caen/Flers axis and 3 minutes from the Grimbosq forest, house dating from the 19th century, renovated and enlarged. The work was expertly carried out, using quality materials, in order to preserve the original charm of this residence, while providing modern comfort. On the ground floor, the Burgundy stone floor and the walls, all painted with lime plaster, give the place a unique appearance. On each side of the house, two magnificent stone and wrought iron staircases give access to the rooms including a living room with a fireplace and boiler insert, a dining room. The fitted and equipped kitchen is very functional, with its Lacanche piano, its block, and its black sandstone floor. The house has four bedrooms. On the first floor of the extension, a large bedroom with cupboard and a bathroom. The first floor of the old part includes a large bedroom with fireplace, a second bedroom with an annex room and a bathroom. On the second floor, three rooms, one of which can be used as a games room. The two outbuildings have been renovated and can be converted. Cellar and 2 garages This house has a walled plot of 1165m2 entirely wooded. ENERGY CLASS: D/CLIMATE CLASS B: estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: between EUR2,330 and EUR3,210 Information on the risks to which this property is on display are available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Cherryl Tirapu, sales agent EI - RSAC 524 684 859 Caen

$433,800
172
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,165

By Espaces Atypiques Deauville Caen

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House Clécy (14)

Real estate complex of 1100 sqm in the heart of Suisse Normande on a 6 hectare plot of land. A true lung of Normandy, this haven of peace guarantees a bucolic atmosphere. The property is accessed via an avenue of lush and varied flowers. This estate includes an old flour mill, a reception room that can accommodate two hundred and fifty people, two gîtes and a main house. Potential to revisit the place as a restaurant, as in the past. The main house includes an entrance, reception and a breakfast room. On the first floor, there are five bedrooms, two shower rooms, three bathrooms. On the second floor, two bedrooms with bathroom, closet and three bedrooms with shower room. Two lodgings, one of which can accommodate four to six people, and the other seven to nine people. A reach belonging to the mill. Part of the land can accommodate light habitats. A bicycle garage, a cellar and parking complete this property. ENERGY CLASS: B / CLIMATE CLASS: B Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: EUR6,376 Information on the risks to which this property is presentation are available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Cherryl Tirapu Commercial agent EI RSAC: 534684859 Caen

$1,027,500
868
13bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  1.6ha

By Espaces Atypiques Deauville Caen

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House with terrace Cesny-Bois-Halbout (14)

Domaine exceptionnel en Suisse Normande - Proche de Falaise et CaenDécouvrez ce domaine unique de plus de 3,5 hectares, idéalement situé à 12 minutes de Falaise et 18 minutes de Caen. Il comprend une maison principale d'environ 94 m², 5 gîtes offrant 13 chambres, et deux salles de réception, dont une équipée d'une cuisine semi-professionnelle. Parfait pour des projets touristiques ou événementiels !Points forts :Cadre naturel et paisible.Dépendances aménageables, verger et champ.Proximité des villes et des commodités.Contactez-moi dès maintenant pour une visite !

$975,300
694
13bedrooms
land  3.6ha

By Iad France

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House with terrace Barbery (14)

At the entrance to the village, this magnificent farmhouse dominates the Normandy countryside. It consists of a main house of 269 sqm surrounded by numerous outbuildings to renovate. This 17th century real estate complex offers a bucolic setting, perfect for lovers of tranquility, just 20 minutes from the entrance to Caen and 1/4 hour from Suisse Normande. The stone buildings surrounding a square courtyard can easily be rehabilitated to make way for unique reception areas (gîtes, guest rooms, hotel restaurants, etc.). The right wing of this property consists of cellars, stables, boxes, a pigsty and a dovecote. The left wing reveals the presence of boxes and garages, two hangars, three separate premises, a stable and an agricultural workshop. The main residence located in the center of the courtyard invites you to discover its 10 main rooms where on the ground floor there is a large living room with original stone floors, a fireplace and exposed beams. Then, to the left, a large living room equipped with another period fireplace. Finally, the kitchen with storage room leads to a corridor which leads to two offices, another room with a fireplace, a laundry room, a bathroom and separate WC. Upstairs, access is via two staircases, one starting from the kitchen, made of stone, then a second from the living room, made of wood. This second level has a landing then a corridor which will lead you to the five bedrooms, three of which have a fireplace. Two hallways, a shower room with WC, a bathroom with WC complete this 1st floor. Attic to convert. This majestic estate in the countryside, not isolated, is 10 minutes from the shops of Bretteville sur Laize, 35 minutes from the sea. You will reach the A13 in 25 minutes as well as Caen train station and Caen-Carpiquet airport . ENERGY CLASS: E / CLIMATE CLASS: C Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use based on energy prices for the year 2021: between EUR4,350 and EUR5,950. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: http://www.georiques.gouv.fr. Claudine LEBOUVIER, EI sales agent - RSAC Caen 983 953 027

$778,500
269
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  7,600

By Espaces Atypiques Deauville Caen

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House with pool Condé-en-Normandie (14)

In the heart of Suisse Normande, 2h30 from Paris and 45 minutes from Caen, this property comprises a superb architect-designed house, an 18th-century guest house, stables and paddocks, set in 3.5 hectares of wooded parklands. The contemporary main house, with 5 main rooms including 4 bedrooms, offers 320 m² of living space, a perfect balance between modern comfort, functionality and aesthetics. On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to a living-dining room with a Caen stone fireplace. Its large picture windows offer 180° views over the terraces and park. There's also a beautifully crafted kitchen, a scullery and a laundry room with access to an indoor swimming pool. The pool, perfectly integrated into the house and widely open to the outside via sliding glass doors, includes a shower room and a mechanical room. The entrance also leads to a spacious bedroom and bathroom. From the entrance hall, the staircase leads upstairs to a landing or small living room that distributes 3 large bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The house ends with a vast, easily accessible and perfectly convertible attic of approx. 110 m². On the north side, a 30 m² workshop could easily become a games room, cinema room, studio or independent office. To complete the ensemble, there's a fully renovated 18th-century stone guest house with approx. 62 m² of living space, offering a warm ambience and complete comfort. Most often used as a guest house, the ground floor comprises a living-dining room with fireplace and a fully-equipped kitchen. Upstairs, a landing acts as a living room, leading to a large bedroom and bathroom. Outside, a single room opens onto the park and can be used as a dining room, games room, reading room, rest room... Finally, 4 other buildings complete the property: - The stable building with 4 stalls, covered by a huge attic. - The woodshed with a greenhouse area. - The farm equipment shed. - Shed and kennel building. The landscaped grounds, planted with various species of trees and shrubs, are enclosed by dense hedges and fences on the grasslands and adjoining woods, also leaving room for a beautiful meadow. Situated on the outskirts of a village and surrounded by greenery, the property enjoys a peaceful setting with the gentle valley on the horizon. Property presented by Hugues de Jessey +33 (0)6 60 12 33 33 Fees at seller's expense. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$973,100
320
5bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  3.5ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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Property Fleury-sur-Orne (14)

Near Caen in the commune of Fleury sur Orne, Daniel FEAU presents a stone house of approx. 190 sqm built on a plot of 1260 sqm. Ground floor: entrance hall leading to a 25m2 living room with fireplace, fitted kitchen, study, laundry room and toilet. First floor: master bedroom with shower room, two bedrooms, bathroom, office area, separate toilet. Top floor: fourth bedroom. A 50 sqm garage completes this property. Dating from 1840, this family home also benefits from a 50 sdm terrace with unobstructed views over the surrounding countryside.

$701,300
188
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,200

By Daniel Feau Deauville

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House with terrace Ifs (14)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$401,500
102
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  451

By Laforêt Caen

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Property Condé-en-Normandie (14)

Ref. 4303: Renovated 17th C. Baronial house with outbuildings and gardens, in Normandy Immersed in the heart of a village with medieval origins, this gentleman's residence is a pure example of the rich heritage of which the renowned 'Suisse Normande' can boast, criss-crossing the departments of Orne and Calvados along its river. Peacefully set back from the bustle of the market town, the property enjoys a view of the countryside that is both a source of serenity and a guarantor of tranquillity. The village offers all the services and shops you need for everyday life, while the town of Condé-en-Normandie, just three leagues away, provides the economic activity so popular with its population of 7,000. The region is particularly rich in tourist, cultural and sporting activities (miniature train and printing museums, Château de Pontécoulant, Souleuvre viaduct, canoeing, aquatic facilities, golf, cinema, camping, Pont-d'Ouilly leisure center, climbing, fishing, hiking...), not to mention the breathtaking panorama offered by the Orne valley. So many assets that you can't help but think of as the perfect second home, or atypical holiday destination. The 'Suisse Normande' is a privileged, ... 'secret' corner of paradise that you should discover, and keep ! Picturesque sites, landscapes with rugged and green relief, sinuous gorges sculpted by the Orne and its mysterious little tributaries, deep valleys, white water, rocky escarpments, hedged farmland, schist or granite farms... This is Suisse Normande region! A land of excellence for nature sports (canoeing, paragliding, climbing, water-skiing, motor-skiing, hang-gliding, bungee-jumping, hiking, golf, horse-riding, fishing, hunting, the Roche d'Oêtre, Mont Pinçon, Lake Rabodanges, etc.), this territory, situated in the heart of Normandy region, has something to surprise sportsmen and women, relaxation enthusiasts, gastronomes and explorers; The offer is rich and of quality and benefits from the protection of Natura 2000 label concerned with the safeguarding of the biotope and the environment. A wild world accessible at the gates of this charming property. Saint Pierre-du-Regard has a very ancient origin. It is mentioned in the charter of the Abbey of Lonlay in 1026. The commune was divided into 6 fiefs, the largest of which belonged to the Lords of SamoI. In the 13th century, mention is made of 'grand and petit Samoi'. Arriving at the village of 'grand Samoi', you can see a 17th-century castle, converted into a farm. This castle was split in two after a family quarrel. At first, it was a half-fiefdom, the seat of high justice, before becoming a barony: 'Famille de Samoi'. Originally, the castle was flanked by three cannon-armed towers. These towers were partly demolished by the two heir brothers. Today, one tower and part of the pond remain. At the time of the French Revolution, unlike neighboring communes that had rallied to the Republic, Saint-Pierre du regard remained loyal to the Royalists. On several occasions, the château du 'grand Samoi' was the venue for meetings of Chouannerie leaders.... In 2016, a British couple fell in love with the site, acquired it and restored it in its entirety. From then on, they lived in it and brought it back to life, without neglecting its surroundings, which were, to say the least, abandoned. The property features a 3-storey main building covered by a slate roof with 2 pointed slopes. A tower with a harmonized ridge links the main building with a slightly recessed structure, completing the perfect balance of the whole. The building is built of limestone rubble, with lime pointing. Beautiful 'lantern' windows provide plenty of interior light. The tower has retained some of its loopholes, testifying to the defensive status of the former château. With around 150 sqm of living space, the property is distributed as follows: *First floor: Central entrance opening onto a vast kitchen/dining room (37sqm) - tiled floor - exposed joists. - monumental granite fireplace. Salon to follow (16sqm) - tiled floor - monumental granite fireplace with wood-burning stove. Access to the staircase and to the garden. Small, cleverly concealed utility room. Total floor area 58 sqm, with high ceilings of 3.14 m. * Floor 1 : small landing and hallway leading to 3 bedrooms and a separate bathroom/wc. Bedroom 1 (14sqm) with parquet floor / Bedroom 2 (16sqm) with parquet floor / Bedroom 3 (21sqm) with parquet floor, with adjoining bathroom/shower/wc (16sqm). Ceiling heights of 3.67m. *Tower: access via bedroom 3 (wooden staircase) to a circular room (16 sqm) used as bedroom or study - stone fireplace. *Attic: (accessible via the bedroom-office): vast space, partly convertible, divided into 2 rooms. Wooden floor.The boiler room is on the ground floor of the tower. There are eight outbuildings, staggered around the garden. 1. Garage in breeze-block with slate roof, comprising a 2-car garage. 2. Former barns used as storerooms 3. Stone house with slate roof, formerly bread oven. 4. Ruins converted into rest areas. 5. Stone barn under slate roof, probably former stables, partly paved. Adjoining clay room used as a shed for rolling stock. 6. Stone cottage under Eternit-type Fibro, in need of restoration. 7. 2-storey stone building under slate roof. 8. Stone house under Eternit fibro, to be restored, close to the property. The property benefits from a pleasant location that enhances both the building and its surroundings, while overlooking the surrounding neighborhood. Anyone unfamiliar with the legendary garden design talent of our British friends will be amazed at the superbly landscaped design ... of an area inherited as a bramble patch only 8 years ago! Every nook and cranny is landscaped, flowered and staged to invite guests to rest and feel good. As you stroll through this large botanical garden, you'll come across all kinds of flowers (tulips, roses, irises, dahlias, lilies or lupines); you can also enjoy the many fruit trees present (raspberry, apple, mulberry, peach, pear, plum, redcurrant, blackcurrant, hazelnut, chestnut, etc.). The vegetable garden is not to be outdone ... it's just a matter of time! The grounds are relatively flat and well-designed, with beautifully grassed paths. The 'jeu de boules' reminds us that we're really in France... A lovely pond stocked with carp completes the romantic setting... at the foot of the island... in the shade of the weeping willow. A 4.37 acres corner of paradise with no known nuisances or servitudes. Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 . We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$576,200
150
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.8ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Manor Condé-en-Normandie (14)

Ref. 4315: For sale, XVIII th. C. Manor house with park in Suisse Normande Immersed in the heart of a village with medieval origins, this manor house is a pure example of the rich heritage of which the renowned 'Suisse Normande' can boast, criss-crossing the departments of Orne and Calvados along its river. Proudly set in the heart of a small town of some 765 souls, the property benefits from a rural outlook offered by a beautifully wooded park, complicit in serenity and tranquility. The region is particularly rich in tourist, cultural and sporting activities (miniature train and printing museums, Pontécoulant castle, Souleuvre viaduct, canoeing, aquatic facilities, golf, cinema, camping, Pont-d'Ouilly leisure center, climbing, fishing, hiking, etc.), not to mention the breathtaking panorama offered by the Orne valley. So many assets that you can't help but think of as the perfect second home, or atypical holiday destination. The nearby town of Condé en Normandie, just 3 leagues away, offers all the services and shops you need for everyday life. La Suisse Normande' is a privileged corner of paradise...a secret you'll want to discover...and keep! The property features an 18th-century main building, flanked by two late-19th-century towers, with an east wing set at right-angles. The facade features a slight overhang in the middle of the building, bearing a pediment in honor of 'Saint-Martin'. The brick porch features a double-flight stone staircase. The whole is well-balanced and symmetrical for its time. The manor house has a slate roof with 3 crenellated brick chimneys. The main entrance originally featured an elegant canopy topped by a terrace. This was probably replaced by the war. Built over 4 levels, the main dwelling provides around 310 sqm of living space, distributed as follows: -Garden level: kitchen and utility room (19.5 + 2.8 sqm) Unused space (23 sqm) with access to boiler room and storeroom (2.9 and 3.8 sqm) Dining room (23.9 sqm) with fireplace Clearing (3 sqm) and access to laundry room (4.6 sqm) -Ground floor: Main entrance with staircase (4.7 sqm) Parqueted living room with marble fireplace, adjoining a boudoir (21.7 sqm + 2.8 sqm) Back staircase with storage space (5 sqm) Parqueted living room with fireplace (17.05 sqm) Rear hallway (3.75 sqm); WC (2.8 sqm) Bedroom 1 (16.5 sqm) Raised access to bedrooms (5.4 sqm) Bedroom 2 (12 sqm) Shower room (3.8 sqm) Bedroom 3 (8.02 sqm) -1st floor: Landing (4.3 sqm) Bedroom 4 (22.8 sqm) + tower area (2.8 sqm) Bathroom (5.2 sqm) Hallway (6.4 sqm) and WC access (2.8 sqm) Bedroom 5 (14.6 sqm) Raised access to bedroom 6 (23.4 sqm) -2nd floor: Attic space throughout. The property has just one technical outbuilding, located to the west, in the immediate vicinity of the manor house. It comprises a garage for 2 vehicles, and a small adjoining storeroom. The annex: a dwelling has been converted in the eastern part of the manor into an L-shaped extension. With around 45 sqm of living space, it comprises an entrance hall, kitchen/dining area, living room, 2 bedrooms (one of which is less than 9 m2), and a shower room. The property is in good condition, perfectly habitable and/or suitable for rental. The park is the essential and essential element of this property, optimizing its rural character while at the same time showing that it belongs in the heart of the commune. The city in the country....the country in the city! Logically south-facing, the grassed part of the park benefits from maximum sunlight, naturally regulated by a belt of protected century-old trees to ensure coolness in the evening. Oaks and chestnuts compete in beauty, while a few apple trees complete the decor. A driveway criss-crosses the park, giving double access to the gates on the east and west sides of the property. A discreet vegetable garden awaits the 'green thumb' who will know how to restore it to its former glory... The whole constitutes a land area of around 8,700 sqm, part of which is constructible. Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 . We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$369,700
310
8bedrooms
land  8,713

By Cabinet Le Nail

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