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Castle Chaulieu (50)

This beautiful home is simply unique. The property and grounds are impeccably maintained. - An Enchanting and attractive grand Manoir. Quintessentially Normandy. Romanticism encapsulated. Stone and oak vernacular architecture and artwork combine with luxurious modernity. The simple and impeccable grounds enjoy a private insular setting cocooned by lawns and trees. This is NOT a project chateau, but a unique opportunity for Francophile hedonists to step into an historic home. One which would be the envy of novelists, gardeners, and even Shakespearian actors.' Further details on request.

$967,700
252
4bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  3.7ha

By Leggett Immobilier

16 listings near Chaulieu

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Property Vire Normandie (14)

An old mill, a glorious property perfectly renovated over many years. - Extraordinary works over many years bring this beautiful home to you with its ease of access to the local town and a revenue if desired. Impeccable Gardens with flowering shrubs and mature trees. A property in the middle of parkland, in a picturesque location, a stone's throw from the town centre. Atypical house made up of three parts (3 eras) each with its own entrance but communicating with each other on the inside (possibility of gîte, rental) having been completely renovated and many possibilities with its workshop and large windows facing the river, and its attics that could be converted. Le Moulin du XVe, (gîte) living room with half-timbering and terracotta floor tiles, staircase leading to bedroom, shower room and wc. A flat overlooking the river, comprising a kitchen area, living room, bedroom, shower room and wc. 50 km to the sea, in a town with restaurants, cinema / theatre. Golf course near. Rail station (Paris/Granville line). 20mins to the Autoroute , 1h to UK ferry.

$364,200
235
5bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  3,560

By Leggett Immobilier

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House Vire (14)

In the south of Calvados, 2 km from the centre of Vire, a 17th and 18th century mansion on the banks of a river. From a side road leading to Vire, a drive leads down to the mansion. It runs along the millstream lined with tall trees, then continues past the old mill, part of which has been converted into a large garage. The mansion and its lawns are surrounded by gravel paths. It lies at right angles to the reach that separates the building from the grounds comprising a large grove and vast stretches of lawn. A very high rubble masonry wall runs partly along the river, creating a separation from one side of the park.

$613,200
270
6bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1.5ha

By Patrice Besse

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House with pool and terrace Vire (14)

This incredibly charming property stands in the heart of a wooded park, in the heart of the Virois region. Below, the light sound of the Vire flowing invites calm and contemplation. A natural spring takes its place in this relaxing and zen environment. A few steps lead to the front door opening onto a hall. This star-shaped reception area gives access to the large living room with high ceilings, original oak parquet flooring, two marble fireplaces, and period art deco style glass doors. From here, the terrace offers a clear view of the park and the swimming pool. The closed kitchen with its dining room has its own fireplace. This level is completed by a cloakroom and a bathroom. A beautiful wooden staircase leads to the sleeping area where we discover an office and its library, then a master suite and two large parquet floored bedrooms, a bathroom, a laundry room. The second floor serves a bathroom, three bedrooms, and three small attics. A complete semi-buried basement and its temperate cellar complete the package. Its panoramic view and its careful decoration make this property a favorite, a few minutes from all amenities. ENERGY CLASS: E / CLIMATE CLASS: E Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: between 5,528 euros and 7,470 euros. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Tirapu Cherryl - commercial agent EI RSAC 524 684 859 Caen

$869,700
308
6bedrooms
1bathroom
land  8,667

By Espaces Atypiques Deauville Caen

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Property Mortain (50)

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

150
4bedrooms

Private owner

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House Saint-Pois (50)

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

$584,900
310
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1.4ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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House Valdallière (14)

In a privileged setting in the Bocage Virois, close to Vire, this bourgeois house blossoms in the heart of a 4-hectare park featuring majestic trees such as purple beeches, maples and cedars of Lebanon, all crossed by a charming stream. A small overhanging grove adds to its charm. This 334 sqm home offers a harmonious layout, including a living room, dining room, library, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and separate toilet on the first floor. In addition, an unfinished part of the first floor offers two large rooms totalling around 60 sqm. Upstairs, four bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet complete the living space. A cellar extends under the entire surface of the house, ensuring a healthy, moisture-free atmosphere. Just a few kilometers from the train station and the A84 freeway, this property is conveniently located yet offers an exceptional living environment. Selling price : 650 000 euros Fees at seller's expense Energy class : F Climate class : F Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 5,920 euros and 8,070 euros per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Housing with excessive energy consumption: Class F. From January 1, 2028, the performance level is between classes A and E. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: georisques.gouv.fr

$706,700
334
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  5ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Normandie

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Property with pool and garden Saint-Sever-Calvados (14)

3 hours from Paris, 40 minutes from the sea, 45 minutes from Caen and 10 minutes from the A 84 motorway serving Caen - Rennes. Former pilgrims' lodge of the 16th century in perfect condition in an environment without nuisance in the middle of its 4 hectares having been the subject of a total renovation. The main building having undergone a contemporary rehabilitation offers a beautiful light, it has a living room with monumental fireplace and large mezzanine of 9m with double walkways, a dining room with open kitchen giving access to a south terrace, Spa area with heated pool / jacuzzi / sauna, back kitchen. On the 1st floor we find a parental space with bedroom (giving access to a terrace with a superb view of the bocage) bathroom and dressing room, Irish pub and games room also opening onto a terrace. The 2nd and last floor is served by elevator: it has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The heating for the whole is very economical because in geothermal mode. The land is fully enclosed, there is a leisure pavilion, an old bakery, a double garage with workshop and a collection outbuilding that can accommodate 7/8 vehicles, all accesses are groudroned. In addition the park has 3 ponds, wooded areas and a meadow. This property offers you the character of stone, the comfort of a contemporary renovation, space and tranquility. Ad reference 76322

$1,467,800
450
4bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  4ha

By Cabinet Faudais Saint-lo

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House with garden Souleuvre en Bocage (14)

Attractive character mill house with additional stone house, lake and land. Located 5kms from Vire. This fantastic property includes an ancient mill house, recently renovated with 4 bedrooms and a spacious cellar and garage. The additional house offers huge business potential as a holiday gite or B&B accommodation. Adjacent is a large lake of approximately 2000m2 with a little lake house/cabin. The property is located on the famous 'Voie Verte,' (green path) which is a bridleway that can take you as far as the Mont Saint Michel if you wish! The principle mill house comprises of an entrance hall and sitting room with a mezzanine and a balcony overlooking the original water wheel, mill race and lake. There is a kitchen, two bathrooms and 4 bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor: habitable space of approximately 140m2. The house also has a very large sous-sol (cellar) garage and utility area. The second house, which requires a fair amount of decorating and modernising to bring it up to date, has a kitchen, sitting room, bathroom, 3 bedrooms and a garage with a small courtyard garden to the rear: Habitable space of approximately 100m2. There is a garden to the front of the property, the lake and land is adjacent. The lake is approximately 2000m2 surrounded by mature gardens and a little lake side cabin. A super property with huge business potential, located close to Souleuvre en Bocage, Vire, the town and forest of Saint Sever and under an hour from Caen and the ferry port. Many more photos and information on request.

$541,700
200
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  3.2ha

By Leggett Immobilier Grand Ouest

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Castle Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët (50)

Ref.4049: 19th CENTURY CASTLE FOR SALE IN THE COUNTRYSIDE OF NORMANDY. This 19th century castle is located in the green and wooded bocage of the south of La Manche, 40 km from Mont-Saint-Michel. This area was the scene of fierce fighting in early August 1944. An American cemetery is located 25 km away. The property benefits from all the shops and services of the small town only 5 km away. The nearest motorway entrance is about 20 km away, and the railway station is about 30 km away, making it possible to reach Paris in 3 hours. The castle is built of local stone and plaster. Its 19th century architecture is well balanced, the pediments of the two main facades remind us of the classical buildings of the 18th century. The interiors are generously lit by large openings. The interior layout on 3 levels is well symmetrical. A warm and friendly 'family home' atmosphere emanates from all these rooms. On the ground floor: the large vestibule leads off to the right into a beautifully decorated lounge with a marble fireplace. Two double doors open onto the dining room, also with herringbone parquet flooring and a marble fireplace. To the left is a more classically decorated sitting room with a marble fireplace and parquet flooring. At the back of the house, the kitchen and the hall with the well-balanced wooden staircase leading to the first floor. On the first floor, a large landing, lit by natural light from the stairwell windows, distributes 4 beautiful bedrooms, each with a shower room, and a child's bedroom. Fireplaces adorn these rooms. The second floor has a symmetrical layout to that of the first floor. These rooms have been used as attics in recent years and are in need of renovation. This would make it possible to create up to 4 additional bedrooms. A small staircase leads to the attic. Full basement. The outbuildings are: A caretaker's house to be restored. An orangery. A large stone building which houses the stables with six boxes and the garages. Part of its roof was redone in 2000. An earthen outbuilding. The castle is situated in the middle of a park of about 12.36 acres. It is partly composed of lawns and meadows, a vegetable garden, all planted with beautiful monumental trees that give this place all its beauty. Cabinet LE NAIL - Borders of Brittany/South Manche - Mr Hervé du TEILLEUL : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail ( www.cabinetlenail.com/en/ ) to browse our latest listings or find out more about this property.

$869,800
350
11bedrooms
land  5.5ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Manor Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët (50)

Ref.4189: Listed Manor for sale close to Mont-Saint-Michel. This charming 16th-century manor house, surrounded by a moat, is set in the heart of the bocage countryside and just 2 km from the centre of the nearby town. From the windows of the manor house, you can enjoy the beauty of the surrounding countryside from every angle. The peace and quiet of the surroundings is a source of serenity and rest. Mont-Saint-Michel is just 35 km away. The 16th-century manor house, surrounded by water and flanked by its towers, asserts its character at first glance. It comprises: Ground floor: a lounge and dining room with exposed beams and large, beautifully crafted fireplaces. These rooms open onto the park and countryside on both sides. A kitchen in the west tower and a bedroom with en suite shower room. A baluster stairway and a spiral stairway in the west and east towers lead to the upper floors. The first floor comprises three large bedrooms, each with its own bathroom or shower room. The second floor comprises a bedroom and attics. The total floor surface area is approx. 270 sqm. The outbuildings: -The pavilion in the south courtyard has a laundry room and shower room on the ground floor and a studio flat with mezzanine on the first floor. This dwelling needs to be refurbished. -16th century listed chapel -Bakehouse -Wine press The manor house is nestled in 14,83 acres of parkland. It is planted with beautiful trees and features a moat, a pond and a small stream. This exceptional natural setting will delight lovers of the countryside. Cabinet LE NAIL - Border of Brittany - South Manche department - Mr Hervé du TEILLEUL : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Hervé du TEILLEUL,Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 529 486 136 We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$1,032,900
270
5bedrooms
land  6ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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Manor Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouët (50)

Ref.4316 : Manor house for sale in Normandy (South of La Manche department). The first manor house was built in the 17th century on the borders of the Manche, Orne and Mayenne departments. It is set in the Normandy bocage, just 2 km from the village, which offers all amenities. (all shops, health centre, pharmacy, etc.). The manor house currently has 510 sqm of living space and comprises : Ground floor: main entrance and service entrance, large lounge, former billiard room, small lounge, dining room, kitchen, study and orangery. Utility rooms, toilet, laundry room and shower room. The main rooms benefit from original decorative features (fireplaces, wood panelling, parquet flooring) that give them charm and character. 1st floor: 6 bedrooms, bathroom, library, study, toilet, utility room, attic. 2nd floor: attic The whole property has the feel of a warm and welcoming family home. The property has been used as a farm for many years and has numerous outbuildings: Former chapel ; Garage ; Shed ; Former farmer's house in need of complete restoration; Former cowshed; Former livestock building. The property comprises around 37 acres (15 hectares) of land, of which 29 acres (11.76ha) are rented. Cabinet LE NAIL - Border of Brittany - South Manche department - Mr Hervé du TEILLEUL : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20 Hervé du TEILLEUL,Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 529 486 136 We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$752,400
510
6bedrooms
1bathroom
land  15ha

By Cabinet Le Nail

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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 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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Manor Champsecret (61)

A 19th-century manor inspired by the Italian Renaissance with almost two hectares of grounds dotted with remarkable trees, tucked away in Normandy. You reach the property from one of the village roads. It is tucked away in undulating landscape where it looks out at Andaines forest. This road runs through enclosed, tree-dotted grounds up to a wrought-iron gate that marks an old entrance. On one side, a lane leads to the village and the main entrance. There is a first building: an old stable and cart shelter. And at the end of a driveway, a manor stands in a commanding position. A courtyard lies in front of it. The manor’s central section has a turret on one side. This turret houses the main staircase. Alongside a stone wall behind the house, there is a raised vegetable patch and a large storehouse. The manor was built in 1850, based on a square plan with a total floor area of 300m². Its style was inspired by the Italian Renaissance. Construction of the house was ordered by a rich mining industrialist. The main section’s facade displays perfect symmetry. It is divided into even bays. Its brickwork and dressed stone give it two tones. The house has a ground floor, a first floor and a second floor in the roof space. It also has a basement. The dwelling is crowned with a hipped roof with tall stone chimney stacks and stone dormer windows. There are two bull’s-eye windows at the front. The facade has five rectangular windows: two on the ground floor and three on the first floor. One has a wrought-iron balcony upon stone corbels. On the east side, there are eight windows. Each one is capped with a pediment of dressed stone adorned with carved mascarons, flowers and fruits. A bartizan turret adjoins one of the elevations.

$619,700
250
6bedrooms
land  1.7ha

By Patrice Besse

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Property Tessy-sur-Vire (50)

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

$1,344,900
965
12bedrooms
land  4.3ha

By Iad France

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Le marché immobilier de luxe à Chaulieu est dynamique, bien que la ville reste un lieu de résidence confidentiel avec une population de 299 habitants et une densité de 28,10 hab/km². La ville compte plusieurs quartiers, mais ceux les plus prisés pour l'achat d'un bien immobilier de luxe incluent le centre-ville historique et les abords de la forêt de Saint-Sever. Les villes à proximité, comme Vire et Saint-Lô, sont également recherchées pour l'immobilier de luxe en raison de leur offre plus diversifiée.

Quelle est la composition du parc immobilier de luxe à Chaulieu ?

Chaulieu compte 171 logements, dont 2 appartements et 169 maisons. Cela signifie que seulement 1,17% des logements sont des appartements, tandis que 98,83% sont des maisons. Les propriétaires représentent 84,07% des résidents, avec 95 propriétaires et 17 locataires. Sur les 171 logements, 113 sont des résidences principales et 28 sont des résidences secondaires.

Quel est le prix de l'immobilier de luxe à Chaulieu ?

En 2024, le prix de l'immobilier de luxe à Chaulieu n'a pas été précisé, mais en 2023, il était de 1682,86 €/m², marquant une augmentation significative comparée à 2019 où le prix était de 500,00 €/m². Cette hausse représente un bond de 236,57% en cinq ans. Bien que le nombre de logements vendus par mois soit actuellement nul, le meilleur mois pour vendre un bien immobilier à Chaulieu est septembre, tandis que le mois de juin est idéal pour acheter.