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House Sierville (76)

Nestled in a quiet and discreet hamlet, the almost perfect symmetry, the volumes and the ambient light provide this beautiful Normandy, facing south, with a harmonious bucolic living environment. Past the electric gate, the long facade with its central porch in wooden tiles, immediately catches the eye. The terracotta tiled entrance lined with period furniture in solid wood gives the place a warm, rural tone. After crossing the vestibule, arriving in the living room with its cathedral ceiling, dotted with skylights and exposed framework offers a very pleasant feeling of space. The imposing Burgundy stone fireplace offers a corner conducive to moments of relaxation and sharing. Along the north wall runs a wooden staircase embellished with a beautiful touch of originality to which is added an old church pulpit transformed into a staircase landing. On the mezzanine overlooking the pulpit is the office and the library area leading to the sleeping area, offering a child's bedroom, the master suite and its mirror-effect bathroom with central bathtub. Overlooking the space dedicated to rest and part of the right wing, the attic still offers multiple possibilities for development. On the other side of the room, as in response to the library, is a second mezzanine leading to a bedroom with an unobstructed view of the surrounding countryside. The mirror effect of the building brings the access to the kitchen area and its scullery back to its centre. In the continuity is the oldest part of the house, offering like a reflection of the east wing, a beautiful living room with a cathedral ceiling with a second fireplace in Burgundy stones. A mezzanine surmounts the fireplace, offering the possibility of fitting out a closed bedroom and a reading corner. Under the mezzanine is the sleeping area offering 2 adjoining bedrooms. The west wing has a private entrance and a shower room, which makes it possible to consider separating the house into 2 independent living spaces, each with 3 bedrooms. Located 30 minutes from Rouen and 1h30 from Paris, the architectural harmony, the multitude of original details, the many untapped possibilities and the rural environment make this pleasant farmhouse a privileged vacation spot. ENERGY Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr CLASS: D / CLIMATE CLASS: D Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, based on energy prices for the year 2021: between 6360 and 8640 euros. IS. Laurie Rustin Sales agent RSAC number: 820 693 950 Rouen

$488,700
316
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3,525

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House Sierville (76)

Rouen Sotheby's International Realty is proud to offer you this large, half-timbered family home just 20 minutes from Rouen. This 316 m² property in the heart of the countryside is ideal as a primary or secondary residence. On the first floor, you'll find a beautiful entrance hall, 2 living rooms, a separate double kitchen, 2 bedrooms with their own shower rooms, and two toilets. The various mezzanines, accessible from the living rooms, lead to three bedrooms, a bathroom, 2 separate toilets, and attic space for conversion. Two covered car parking spaces complete this charming property set in a large garden with pond. @Credit photos Julien Tragin Photographe

$488,700
316
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3,525

By Rouen - Sotheby's International Realty

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House with terrace Le Bocasse (76)

In a charming village in the Cauchois countryside, along the white barriers, the gate opens onto a path winding through a wooded park towards this beautiful immaculate white neo-Norman. Once you have passed the front door, the hall opens to the right onto the fitted kitchen with walls studded with mirrors reflecting the clarity of the walls and the brightness of the windows. Continuing this overlooking the rear of the building, a scullery fitted out with its laundry room. Adjoining the kitchen, there is an office with a view of the garden which can be transformed into a bedroom on one level. On the other side of the entrance hall is the living room. The eye is immediately drawn to the old cut stone fireplace from which stands out like a painting, a window offering a view of the garden and its charming little terrace lined with grasses. Light floods the room, allowing us to imagine pleasant moments of conviviality, enveloped by the reassuring vegetation of the surrounding park. The stairwell leading upstairs includes a master bedroom, 2 spacious, south-facing bedrooms as well as a bathroom with walls lined with mirrors, equipped with a bathtub, a shower and a vanity unit. triple sink. The park of more than 5000m² envelops the residence like a jewel box. The property is an island of greenery in the center of the town. Meticulously selected trees provide a neat decor. Two water points complete this beautiful green space, letting the gurgling of frogs ring at the end of autumn. A shed and terraced parking complete the exterior. An adjoining pasture of approximately 7500m², a favorite vacation spot for the donkey Pancho, offers the possibility of accommodating small or large animals. This plot could also be detached from the property and offered for sale (not buildable). In its green setting, this beautiful neo-Norman offers a privileged living environment, just 20 minutes from Rouen, 2 hours from Paris and 40 minutes from our beautiful Alabaster Coast. ENERGY CLASS: C / CLIMATE CLASS: A Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established using energy prices for the year 2021: between euros1,880 and euros2,590 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr EI. Laurie Rustin Commercial agent RSAC number: 820 693 950 Rouen

$433,300
154
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1.3ha

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House Pavilly (76)

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$433,300
196
land  2,800

By Cany Immobilier

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House with pool and terrace Pavilly (76)

In Normandy, beyond the spectacular chalk cliffs, the Pays de Caux is also characterized by the scattered presence of rural properties called clos-masures. The latter, recognizable by their boundaries made of heavily wooded embankments, sometimes hide real little rural paradises. Located away from the town center of Pavilly, 20km from Rouen, out of sight and quiet, this 260m² farmhouse has been completely reinvented and renovated, the result of efforts and motivation on the part of the owners. passionate, determined to create a comfortable and bucolic refuge. After the gate, the entrance is discreet and through the rear of the building revealing nothing of its character and its volumes. You then discover a spacious living room-kitchen of almost 120m² with a warm atmosphere combining tones of brown and black, mixing metal and wood, contemporary style with old-fashioned and different living spaces. The original kitchen is cleverly divided into a practical and functional work space, equipped with recent and high-tech appliances, for culinary preparations and another more convivial space, ideal for leaning on friends and sharing. Entirely on one level, the ground floor offers a masterful master suite where access is first via the dressing room, passing through the spectacularly sized shower room and ending with the sleeping area with a view of the garden, swimming pool and jacuzzi. The visitor is delighted and can already imagine one summer evening swimming in the swimming pool lit by the integrated spotlights or in the jacuzzi with a glass of champagne in hand. Two other bedrooms of more modest dimensions, a toilet and a laundry room follow one another in the hallway leading to the end of the house and where the independent studio is discreetly inserted, offering tranquility and autonomy. Ideal for entertaining friends, family or even for seasonal rentals, it offers a lounge area with a warm atmosphere mixing light wood and aged wood, a sleeping area with shower room and separate toilet and finally 'the height of the must ' access to the terrace with sauna and private jacuzzi and view of the swimming pool. Paradise at your fingertips. Finally, the exterior of approximately 2,700m² also reserves its share of surprises. In addition to the azure blue swimming pool, there is also a pool house with wooden cladding and corrugated iron which will become the place to reunite with family or friends for beautiful summer evenings. On the opposite gable there is also a cleverly positioned living room, with the American wild-west atmosphere dear to the current owner, facing the Normandy countryside and a brazier just waiting to heat up the discussions. It should be noted that 1.4 hectares of grassland can be added to this property, equipped with several boxes, a tack room, a storage space and stabilized paths. Paradise for those who love horses and want to have them at home. 2 minutes from the town center of Pavilly, 5 minutes from the A150 motorway access or 20 minutes from Rouen and 30 minutes from the sea, this property seduces with its environment, its tranquility but also by the quality of its renovation. DPE in progress Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Contact: Matthew

$663,600
253
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2,700

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House with terrace La Houssaye-Béranger (76)

Small roads crisscrossing the Cauchois countryside lead to a charming village dotted with traditional half-timbered houses. Very close to the center in a pleasant residential area, a long private driveway takes shape. Behind the imposing automatic gate is the slate black ridge of this beautiful contemporary. Passing the gate at the back of the vast car park, the eye is immediately drawn to the imposing building. The lines are pure, the clear facade with large openings lets you imagine a life where the interiors blend subtly with the exteriors. The wide south-west facing terrace made of decorative gravel leads to the front door. As soon as you arrive in the house the tone is set, the key words are space and brightness. The living room with its cathedral ceiling is an ideal reception area, on the right the large bay windows offer a clear view of the garden, on the left you access the central part of the house. The space is bright, it is divided into a large dining room with an opening allowing direct access to the terrace. In its continuity, the recent open kitchen with central island is very beautifully made. The storage spaces are numerous and spacious. The left wing is reserved for the master suite, with an area of ??approximately 25m2, the bed faces a bay window overlooking the garden. Shower and dressing room complete this beautiful space. The right wing, second sleeping area, has two bedrooms separated by a bathroom. From the office adjoining the dining room, a contemporary solid oak staircase leads to the third sleeping area. A large landing offers a relaxation area, separating two beautiful bedrooms. The 3 rooms are equipped with double Velux windows with shutters and motorization for the upper windows. A bathroom and a separate water closet complete this floor. On the ground floor, a door provides access to the scullery/laundry room also serving the double garage. The latter is equipped with an electric vehicle charger, an automatic double door and a storage mezzanine. The entire house is equipped with home automation, the doors have magnetic strikes, circulation is fluid, the spaces are intelligently designed and no work is required. The garden with an area of ??approximately 2000 m² is completely enclosed and suitable for swimming pools. The house benefits from a prime location, located 25 minutes from Rouen, 30 minutes from Dieppe and close to the very pretty village of Clères (with many amenities), the village of La Houssaye Beranger has a school going up to CM2 accessible on foot and a school bus service serving the Clères college. Added to this is the comfort and quality of the building of this beautiful contemporary which makes it an ideal family living environment. ENERGY CLASS: A / CLIMATE CLASS: A Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established using energy prices for the year 2021: between euros579 and euros783 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr EI. Laurie Rustin Commercial agent RSAC number: 820 693 950 Rouen

$585,400
216
5bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  2,111

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House with garden Barentin (76)

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

$247,600
103
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  281

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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Castle Mesnil-Panneville (76)

Set in beautiful, gently undulating countryside with lovely views, this chateau is around 2 hours from Paris, between Barentin and Yvetot. Built of brick and stone, the chateau, which has preserved some fine period features, comprises a ground floor plus loft main building dating from the early 18th century, extended by a ground floor plus 2-storey wing on the left, partly occupied by caretakers, and a brick turret on the right, dating from the early 17th century, extended at the rear by a late 16th century appendix housing the kitchen. A fine pediment, listed as an ISMH monument and dating from 1732, adorns the façade. The property spans approx. 628 sqm of living space with 21 main rooms including twelve bedrooms. The chateau and its parklands extend to approx. 2 ha (4 acres). The 18th century outbuildings, comprising two buildings facing each other, include a chapel, an orangery, two garages and various storage rooms. An outbuilding houses stables and two garages, topped by a hay barn. There is also a tennis court awaiting renovation. Parcels of woodland covering around 11 ha are managed under a PSG (Plan Simple de Gestion). Sale price including fees: €1,360,000 Fees payable by the buyer Fees : 4.61 % of the price excluding fees Sale price excluding fees : 1 300 000 euros Energy class : G Climate class : D Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between €10,500 and €14,270 per year. Prices indexed to 1 January 2021. Excessive energy consumption: Class G. From 1 January 2028, the performance level will be between classes A and E. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: georisques.gouv.fr

$1,477,000
628
14bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  13ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Normandie

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Castle Mesnil-Panneville (76)

In Normandy, between Rouen and Dieppe, in a beautiful countryside setting, this stone and brick château dates back to the 18th century, but retains some 17th-century features, such as the turret, and even late 16th-century features, such as the kitchen. The 540 m² main building is built over a first floor, a first floor and an attic, flanked on the left by a pavilion with two first floors and an attic, and on the right by a small brick turret with a terraced section at the rear, including a kitchen. A majestic triangular pediment dating from 1732 adorns the front façade. The château chapel is the former church, rebuilt in the 19th century. The outbuildings, comprising the stables, the orangery dating from 1724 and another building adjoining the orangery, are traditional brick and flint constructions with well-maintained slate roofs. The property is set in 2 hectares of parkland, with 11 hectares of woodland surrounding it. The château has only been sold once in six centuries, two hundred years ago. Price with agency fees: €1,360,000 Price excluding agency fees: €1,300,000 Agency fees payable by buyer: €60,000 Property presented by Ludovic HAUGUEL +33 6 20 45 62 28 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$1,477,000
625
8bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  2ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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House with terrace Saint-Victor-l'Abbaye (76)

Built on the site of an ancient Benedictine abbey, the history of the property is beautiful and crazy, like this surprising building offering a journey through time where William the Conqueror and a whimsical alcohol merchant meet through the ages. At the end of the 19th century, an order was placed by the latter with the Norman architect Henri Jacquelin for the redesign of an old 18th century barn. Inspired by traditional Norman architecture, notably the 15th century manor houses of the Pays d'Auge, Henri Jacquelin, with an almost archaeological concern, brings together sometimes disparate elements of this architecture playing with volumes, materials and decorations. Thought like a medieval dream, the singular building offers an enchanting setting worthy of the brave knights and noble princesses of the past. The property has two entrances. The first, an imposing rampart from which a bright red door stands out, behind which at the bend of a massif we can see the orange grove. By going around it, the main facade is revealed and surprises. Beautiful, timeless, architect Jacquelin's audacious bet has succeeded. The old barn and the new wing and its imposing tower form a harmonious whole. The second is via a wrought iron gate followed by a path winding through nature, gradually revealing the imposing neo-Norman style façade. The entrance via the Orangeraie opens onto a large reception hall bathed in light, serving 2 lounges. The first in a row, is located the 18th century wing and bordered by a service corridor and its office. The second, located in the neo-Norman wing with herringbone parquet flooring, has a beautiful fireplace topped with a large trumeau mirror and large latticed openings offering a magnificent view of the garden and the park. A hidden door opens onto a spiral stone staircase, on the right of which a round room in ocher tones is revealed. The atmosphere is worthy of a fortified castle, the fireplace is overlooked by a fresco representing the illustrious William the Conqueror, from the vaulted brick ceiling an imposing wrought iron chandelier descends. The staircase leads to the second floor of the building where there is a suite, the tower bedroom, the thick wall is cut by a large window allowing you to admire the English garden. The large adjoining bathroom opens onto the attic. On the first floor is the historic billiard room and its half-floor. A few additional steps lead to the sleeping area where a long corridor leads to 4 large bedrooms, two of which have a shower area and one with a bathroom. A large bathroom with a semi-recessed bathtub, numerous cupboards and a hidden room that can be transformed into a dressing room complete this floor. Designed as an event space, the ground floor has a kitchen and a professional office. The large basement is equipped with a cold room and a large wine cellar. The park dotted with centuries-old trees is punctuated with historical elements dating from the time of the legendary William the Conqueror, including a feudal mound containing the remains of the Benedictine abbey. Finally, from the entrance rampart. A small tower stands out behind which the guard's house is hidden. Once renovated it will become a charming cottage. Between Rouen and Dieppe, just half an hour from the beautiful Alabaster coast, this exceptional property is ideally located near major motorways serving Rouen, Dieppe, Deauville, Lille, Paris and Brittany. Dear to Gustave Flaubert and cited in the novel Madame Bovary, the neighboring town of Saint-Maclou-de-Folleville has a train station connecting Dieppe and Rouen (Paris). As a primary residence, a secondary residence, a guest room or an event venue, this surprising manor awaits the continuation of the writing of its epic story. DPE: in progress Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr EI. Laurie Rustin Commercial agent RSAC number: 820 693 950 Rouen

$922,000
546
5bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  2.1ha

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House with terrace Hénouville (76)

Located in the residential and quiet commune of Hénouville, 15km from Rouen, this former presbytery, built in 1610, amazes with its charm and historical character. Classified in the supplementary inventory of buildings in France, it is truly a jewel of Norman architecture, with a past steeped in history. The wrought iron gate allows a glimpse from the street of the building, four centuries old and maintained with care and caution by its current owners for 45 years. The Rouen cobblestone path in multicolored tones is charming from the first moment and the view of the cut stone facade, flanked by a wisteria overlooking a carved aged wooden door, will end up making the most resistant of visitors waver! They will join the ranks of lovers of the place, their illustrious predecessors like Pierre Corneille, who loved to come and stay with his brother Thomas, owner of the place, in order to find inspiration and serenity there. From the entrance, the majestic period oak staircase invites respect, a timeless witness to the building's prestigious past. Immediately on the left, the 32 m² dining room, now transformed into a living room, offers the undeniable and authentic charm dear to the Normans: worked parquet floors, open stone fireplace, stained glass windows, beams and high ceilings, ... Continuing on, a second, more intimate living room will be the ideal place for TV evenings, or quieter behind a book by the fire. The kitchen, for its part, is part of an extension built in the 90s. At the back of the rounded house, it fits perfectly into the building, thanks to its mixed brick and flint base. cut. It offers 31m² of surface area with dining area, fully furnished and equipped with high-end appliances. It will allow convivial meals with family or friends, in front of the bay windows overlooking the superb landscaped garden. An enchantment! The ground floor is completed with a toilet and access to the wine cellar. The 1st floor accommodates a 32m² master suite with remarkable parquet flooring with its ladder installation, in a gray color and lightened by the owners bringing a touch of modernity, with a shower room and a toilet. A second 30m² bedroom also equipped with its private shower room offers a dominant view of the garden and the surrounding countryside. A laundry room/dressing room with custom storage completes this level. Finally, the second floor offers two bedrooms including one adjoining. This space will be a true paradise for a teenager, offering tranquility and autonomy thanks to the house's 3rd shower room with toilet. Covered with exposed pieces of wood from the period framework, the magic works again! Outside, at the bottom of the landscaped garden of more than 1380m², lies a completely renovated guest house offering two bedrooms and a mezzanine office, a shower and bathroom room with a slipper bathtub, if necessary. was still needed to establish the charm of the property. Finally, a second cellar, an open garage that can accommodate two vehicles and an attic above complete this work of art. From start to finish, the gaze is lost in the multitude of details, vestiges of the past, bygone know-how, intimate spaces each more charming than the other, time stops and the desire to never the more leaving dominates. 15 minutes from Rouen, a stone's throw from the Loops of the Seine and its walks, this property is a dream! ENERGY CLASS: C / CLIMATE CLASS: C Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established using energy prices for the year 2021: between euros2316 and euros3134 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisks website: www.georisks.gouv.fr Contact: Matthieu Berthe

$1,075,200
280
6bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,386

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House Bosc-le-Hard (76)

A 19th-century house with a walled garden that covers over 2,600m² in a vibrant village in France’s Pays de Bray province, around 150 kilometres from Paris. The property lies near the market square around which the village has built its long story. The grand dwelling towers in the village centre, standing out from its neighbours, yet it blends into its surrounding environment well. The architecture around it is typically Norman in style, but this does not clash with the property. An age-old magnolia stands in front of the house. On the street side, a thuja hedge marks the property’s entrance. This hedge, which adjoins a fine metal gate, does not conceal the vistas that the dwelling enjoys from its position, set well back from the entrance. The elevations of the majestic house are pure white in colour and this bright tone is brought out by the greenish hue of its guardrails. The pink blooms of hydrangeas adorn the facade’s base course in the summer. The dwelling dates back to the time of the French king Louis-Philippe I. The first stone was laid in 1839 on land that was formerly a marquisate. Republicans seized the estates of nobles during the French Revolution. Later, in 1825, a law was enacted to compensate nobles who were impacted by this land grab and who had felt forced to flee France during that turbulent period but who had since returned. Yet despite these indemnities, many impoverished nobles were compelled to sell their land. On such estates, the new upper middle classes then started building grand homes, or ‘little chateaux’, like this dwelling. Construction of this house finished in 1846 and the property was handed over as a splendid edifice with a mansard roof, designed in a Louis XV style. The house is built of brick and rendered with a mortar of lime and plaster. It is designed in the so-called Pompadour style of the century before it: the dwelling follows the main architectural and stylistic principles of this trend. The edifice offers a floor area of around 300m² and stands at the front of its plot. It hides a vast garden behind it: a lawn dotted with trees and enclosed with high walls. Garages, an outbuilding, and a vegetable patch edged with brickwork complete the property. At the back of the plot, a fence demarcates the property.

$581,600
296
9bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  2,656

By Patrice Besse

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House Quincampoix (76)

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

$779,800
268
7bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  5,320

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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House with terrace Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

NEAR MONT-SAINT-AIGNAN VILLAGE, 6 MNS ROUEN GARE, Architect-designed house, with a living area of 200 m2 (211 m2 on the ground), on 1553 m2 of planted, enclosed land with swimming pool - Including: Ground floor: Entrance, fitted kitchen with dining area 23 m2, living room with fireplace 32 m2, opening onto south-facing terrace, dining room 24 m2, master suite 35 m2 with dressing room, bathroom. Upstairs: Mezzanine/office overlooking the living room, three bedrooms, laundry room, bathroom. 2021 gas condensing heater from 'Dietrich' Double glazing Six-car parking lot in colored bituminous coating ENERGY CLASS: C - Consumption: 88 kWh/m2.year - Estimated annual energy costs for housing: Between 1,280? and 1,770 ?/year - Average energy prices indexed to January 1, 2021 (subscription included) - CLIMATE CLASS: C - Emissions 17kg CO2/m2.year - Price: 840,000? or 805,000? Excluding agency fees and 4.35% fees including tax payable by the buyer Contact Claude DESRIAUX (sales agent) RSAC Rouen 344 792 403 ADC 7606 2023 000 000 153 Professional card No. CPI 7606 2016 000 014 469 Under professional card No.: CPI 7606 2022 000 000 016 Following article l.561-5 of the monetary and financial code, a copy of the identity document of all visitors will be requested before the visit. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the georisks website http://www.georisks.gouv.fr Find all our properties on our website: https://www.gin-immobilier.com

$830,800
200
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,553

By Gin Immobilier

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Apartment with terrace Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$700,500
110
3bedrooms

By Rouen - Sotheby's International Realty

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House Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$858,000
203
5bedrooms
land  505

By Iad France

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House Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$858,000
265
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,646

By Rouen - Sotheby's International Realty

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Property Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$988,300
290
7bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1,774

By Leforestier Immobilier

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Apartment Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$722,200
136
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  22

By La Residence Mont Saint Aignan

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House with pool Mont-Saint-Aignan (76)

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

$917,700
210
5bedrooms
land  1,116

By Iad France

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Vivre à Sierville ?

Le marché immobilier de luxe à Sierville est dynamique et attirant pour les futurs propriétaires cherchant la tranquillité et un cadre de vie agréable. Avec une population de 1108 habitants et une densité de 69,64 hab/km², Sierville se distingue par ses espaces verts et son charme authentique. La commune, bien que petite, offre un cadre de vie paisible avec des quartiers prisés tels que le Quartier des Châteaux et le Quartier Saint-Pierre devenus des choix privilégiés pour l'acquisition de biens immobiliers de luxe. Les villes à proximité telles que Rouen et Dieppe sont également très recherchées par les investisseurs immobiliers.

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

À Sierville, le parc immobilier compte 440 logements, dont 1 appartement et 437 maisons, ce qui représente respectivement 0,23 % et 99,77 % de l'ensemble du parc immobilier. La part des propriétaires s'élève à 83,18 % avec 366 propriétaires, tandis que les locataires représentent 10,45 % avec 46 locataires. On compte 416 résidences principales et 4 résidences secondaires, reflétant un marché immobilier principalement orienté vers des résidences de longue durée.

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

En 2024, le prix moyen de l'immobilier de luxe à Sierville est de 2040 €/m², marquant une baisse par rapport aux 2327,10 €/m² en 2023. Sur une période de cinq ans, les prix ont augmenté par rapport à 2019 où le prix moyen était de 1666,11 €/m². Sierville connaît en moyenne la vente de 2 logements de luxe par mois. Le meilleur mois pour vendre un bien immobilier à Sierville est juillet, tandis que mars est le mois idéal pour acheter.