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House with garden Sainte-Marguerite-sur-Duclair (76)

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$263,900
144
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  782

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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House Betteville (76)

In Normandy, in the pays de Caux, 35 minutes from Rouen, a 19th-century home, its outbuilding and enclosed 3,400-m² garden. A gate opens onto a gravel driveway, which leads to both the main house and the outbuilding located at the back of the lot. The two buildings are separated from each other by an expansive lawn. The house, the masonry of which is in “Saint John” brick and ashlar stone, forms a U shape with a dovecote and a small perpendicular wing, organised around a central patio. The roof, cadenced with roof offsets and shed dormers, is in slate. The enclosed landscaped garden, which extends to the southwest, is surrounded by tall arbours, guaranteeing privacy. Past that, a recent housing development is integrated into verdant landscapes and fields that go on forever.

$634,300
210
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  3,400

By Patrice Besse

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House Duclair (76)

Located between the chalk cliffs and the Seine, Duclair is a city with multiple charms very close to Rouen. Along the river hides a beautiful brick house. Once past the gate, the imposing facade impresses. The entrance does not denote, the floor with cabochons and the superb period staircase set the tone. With an almost perfect symmetry, the house conceals small treasures dating from 1850, the year of its construction. On the left, a living room with high ceilings and English parquet flooring, on the right, the superb dining room with herringbone parquet flooring and a marble fireplace with Lion's paws, lets you dream of large and beautiful tables of guests. Adjoining the dining room, the fitted and equipped kitchen overlooks a pantry and a paved terrace. On the first floor, 2 parental suites with quadruple-glazed frames, strip parquet and beautiful cupboards with moldings offer a relaxing view of the river. One has a shower room, the second a large bathroom in the attic. The second floor offers a bedroom with shower room and toilet as well as a dormitory ideal for the little ones. In the extension there is a gîte adjoining the house with a private entrance. The latter, currently referenced gîte de France, has a beautiful living room and sleeping area, a large kitchen and a shower room. Behind the building stand two converted houses, one of which is currently also listed as a Gîtes de France. The first, a former stable, offers a large kitchen with dining room and a living room. The first floor consists of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The second has a large living room, a bathroom, and a large attic bedroom. Both have adjoining outdoor living spaces. With 2 entrances, this beautiful property, completely renovated, can offer a gîte and bed and breakfast activity or become a pleasant family home in the bucolic setting of the loops of the Seine where you can live along the water lulled by the passage of boats. Located 2 hours from Paris, 30 minutes from Rouen and 45 minutes from the Alabaster Coast; Duclair is an invitation to take a stroll, by bike, on foot, by car or by boat. The city will surprise you with the beauty of its panoramas, with the most famous French river as its horizon. 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

$953,700
425
8bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  1,850

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House with garden Carville-la-Folletière (76)

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

$299,200
117
2bedrooms
1bathroom
land  693

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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House Anneville-Ambourville (76)

An enchanting landscape in the heart of the bends of the Seine, in a green setting dotted with fruit trees, a path winds through the grass revealing this beautiful set of 4 houses and its park facing the impressive chalk cliffs of Duclair with the only limit being the towpath and the river. At the bend of an apple tree straight out of a Grimm tale, a charming first cottage with red tiles is revealed. Formerly a bread oven, this little cocoon could be transformed into a reception area. Further on is a group of two pretty Norman half-timbered houses. Finally, through the clumps of trees proudly facing the river, the cottage can be seen. Bucolic and like a postcard, this pleasant cottage, recently renovated, offers beautiful volumes. The steel bay windows bring a contemporary touch, bathing the house in soft Norman light. Access to this charming cottage is via a spacious fitted kitchen where the central solid wood island promises pleasant moments of sharing and conviviality. Through the openwork beams, the living room, its dining room and its lounge area articulated around its large fireplace can be seen. On the right, the winter garden and its panoramic view of the green exteriors and the Seine, offers a reading corner and a summer lounge. Behind the fireplace hides the master suite, including a bedroom, a bathroom with a view of the apple tree avenues and a separate toilet. Facing the winter garden, the wooden staircase leads upstairs. This beautiful attic space accommodates a TV corner and its mezzanine, a dormitory for the youngest, a bathroom, and 2 spacious bedrooms with a commanding view of the Seine. The 3 outbuildings to renovate are raw spaces with very beautiful volumes where you can give free rein to your imagination and dream of numerous design possibilities. The red tiled house has an area of 52 m², the half-timbered house 260m² spread over 2 levels, the 3rd hovel 170m² also spread over 2 levels. The exceptional character of this superb ensemble is confirmed by the provision of a private launching slipway for boating enthusiasts. Bucolic, unique and rare, this typically Norman ensemble conceals as yet untapped potential. Family estate, cider or permaculture project. The still blank pages of this beautiful book remain to be written. The property is located 30 minutes from Rouen, 45 minutes from Deauville and Honfleur, and 1h30 from the gates of Paris. ENERGY CLASS: D / CLIMATE CLASS: D Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established based on energy prices for the year 2021: between 2,500 euros and 3,420 euros. 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

$801,400
201
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2.6ha

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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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

$1,453,200
625
8bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  13ha

By Barnes Proprietes & Chateaux

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Property La Mailleraye-sur-Seine (76)

Leforestier Immobilier offers you: this real estate complex of three cottages in the heart of the Boucles de la Seine regional natural park. The 16th century main house, with its 160 m2, offers an atmosphere full of authenticity. The living room is comfortable, with a beautiful Cauchoise fireplace. The whitewashed beams provide a very modern atmosphere with its slate floor. Semi-open kitchen and small scullery. A large office with its wooden fireplace. The ground floor ends with two bedrooms and a toilet. Upstairs, a large master suite and its bathroom, dressing room as well as another bedroom and a bathroom. Two thatched cottages converted into charming gîtes (81 m2 and 45 m2) are an additional accommodation opportunity for visitors. The enclosed garden with trees of 5000 m2. The two main houses are equipped with shared central heating (deep geothermal energy and hot water production (thermodynamic). A double garage and a laundry room complete the large gîte. Ideally located, Access to shops, hospitals, schools, etc. is quick. Rouen is easily accessible because the Le Havre - Yvetot SNCF station serves Le Havre and Paris Saint Lazare. Technical and additional information as well as a 3D tour of the interior space are available on our site Internet ! '

$748,000
316
8bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  5,000

By Leforestier Immobilier

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Property La Mailleraye-sur-Seine (76)

Leforestier Immobilier offers you this equestrian property on approximately 5.6 hectares, at the gates of the Brotonne forest including: A completely renovated single storey house consisting of a fitted kitchen open to living room of approximately 50 m2. with insert fireplace, 3 bedrooms with mezzanine, each has a private bathroom and WC. Linen room and boiler room. Central heating by heat pump (geothermal) Quality equestrian facilities: stables with 3m awning: 20 boxes, 2 boxes converted into tack rooms, 2 toilets, a shower area, Club house with lounge overlooking the partially covered 60x20 sanded arena under the riding school, a grass quarry, a fodder shed, a wooden shelter on a slab with 2 garage spaces, a wooden shed open to the outside for storage space, garages, workshop and tack room, covered manure, parking lots. Developed paddocks. technical and additional information as well as a 3D tour of the interior space are available on our website!

$673,200
151
3bedrooms
land  5,675

By Leforestier Immobilier

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House with garden Barentin (76)

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

$243,600
103
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  281

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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House with terrace Caudebec-en-Caux (76)

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

$1,023,700
348

By Iad France

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Longère Rives-en-Seine (76)

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

$396,400
175
4bedrooms
land  4,900

By Cany Immobilier

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House with terrace Saint-Clair-sur-les-Monts (76)

Normandy is home to some very beautiful properties, some of which have surprising origins. There is no doubt that this old stable, rehabilitated with taste and elegance, is one of those rare exceptions. Benefiting from the authenticity of a sumptuous heritage building in stone, brick and flint, enhanced by a subtle renovation, this splendid residence offers an attractive living environment in a small rural village with preserved charm. Quiet, hidden behind an avenue of large classified trees, it nevertheless remains very close to the amenities and services of the town of Yvetot, a 5-minute journey. With the proximity of the train station and easy access to the various motorway routes, the location of this magnificent residence is optimal for fully enjoying the pleasures of the region. What first attracts the eye is both the simplicity and the architectural quality of this large building. In this perfect rectangle, life is organized from a masterful 75 m² living room, welcoming a lounge deliciously decorated with a remarkable fireplace and a dining area with the garden as a perspective. With a very good height under the beams, the volume of the room stands out as a valuable asset for artists and collectors looking for places suitable for the exhibition of exclusive works. The kitchen, simple and functional, has direct access to the large 80 m² terrace, and a pantry, while taking full advantage of beautiful sunshine throughout the day. Adjoining the living room and benefiting from beautiful natural light, a spacious office with its imposing wall-mounted bookcase proves to be the ideal place to isolate yourself in complete tranquility. It could also easily become an additional bedroom, if necessary. The house also offers three spacious bedrooms on the garden level, each with a pretty French window facing nature. One has a private shower room with a refined design. As for the other two, they share a sumptuous, perfectly equipped bathroom. A laundry room, a boiler room, as well as two independent toilets complete the package. The 233 m² on one level are thus optimized and the good distribution of rooms greatly facilitates daily life. From the entrance, a large staircase leads upstairs which totals 250 m² on the ground. This level, with its impressive height under the ridge, remains convertible. It already benefits from a few partitioned rooms, large French windows and is pre-equipped with a heating network, to make everything easily habitable with impeccable comfort. The property also accentuates its exclusive character thanks to the 9,200 m² of its wooded and swimming pool plot. Behind the motorized gate, a large driveway allows for easy movement and parking. All around the house, a pretty terrace and its pedestrian path running in stone-toned paving give relief to the whole while perfectly demarcating the green spaces. In the background, there is a period cart shop, completely renovated, of 75 m² with its 4 sheltered parking spaces, and in the extension, two typical Norman-style buildings offer valuable storage spaces for wood or equipment. With all these assets, this unique property, both soothing and warm, can easily be suitable for a gîte project, a place of artistic expression or quite simply a comforting family home. Less than 2 hours from Paris and less than an hour from the Côte d'Albâtre and the Côte Fleurie, you are spoiled for choice for a possible seaside stroll in Etretat, Veules les Roses, Honfleur or Deauville, but it is also possible to stroll along the banks of the undulating Seine in the Regional Natural Park about fifteen minutes from the property. The potential and refinement of the place suggest the realization of an esthete's dream. ENERGY CLASS: E CLIMATE CLASS: E Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, established using energy prices for the year 2021: between euros3,559 and euros4,815 Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisks website for the areas concerned: www.georisks.gouv.fr Individual Business Jean-Marc HÉBERT Commercial Agent n° RSAC: 881 282 982 Le Havre

$718,100
233
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  9,200

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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House with terrace Hénouville (76)

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

$422,100
197
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,349

By Leforestier Immobilier

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House Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville (76)

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

$1,057,900
220
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,386

By Leforestier Immobilier

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House with garden Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville (76)

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

$692,400
177
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  2,610

By Immoo - Propriétés De Normandie

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House with terrace Saint-Jean-du-Cardonnay (76)

In the heart of the pleasant village of Saint Jean du Cardonnay, halfway between the urban bustle of Rouen and the bucolic Normandy countryside, this beautiful Anglo-Norman style property nestled in its green setting with secular trees offers a setting of privileged life out of sight. Built in the 19th century, this charming ensemble consists of a generous main house with 422 m² of living space spread over 3 levels. On the ground floor, beautiful reception rooms, on the first floor spacious suites, on the top floor numerous attic rooms with untapped potential. The entrance on the travertine floor leads to an intimate 22m² living room, with solid Hungarian point parquet flooring and its brick fireplace, with in its continuity a through living room including a 55m² period fireplace. This living room is dotted with many windows offering a multitude of views of the wooded park. In the other wing separated by the entrance hall, a beautiful dining room with a tiled floor in burgundy monochrome overlooks the kitchen. A library and sanitary space complete the ground floor. Upstairs, the sleeping area offers a bright master suite, its dressing room, its bathroom with separate toilet, 2 bedrooms, one with a shower room, the second with a bathroom, an office and finally a suite. for guests with private bathroom. The second floor is sparse with many storage rooms, a south-facing office and an old apartment with kitchen area. At the bottom of the park, a charming little cottage surrounded by trees contemplates the impressive building, guest house or refuge for children 'La Tétardière' offers a fireplace on the ground floor and an upper floor to be converted. Facing 'La Tétardière', 2 brick buildings house, for the first, garages and 2 workshops, for the second, a magnificent old stable with 2 boxes and its upholstery, a vast workshop and its high wind in period ironwork. Both buildings have convertible attics. Located 15 minutes from Rouen in a village with the charm of yesteryear, this sleeping beauty with crazy charm will turn after renovation into a small family paradise. ENERGY CLASS: G / CLIMATE CLASS: G Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, based on energy prices for the year 2021: between 11,680 euros and 15,840 euros. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr IS. Laurie Rustin Commercial agent RSAC number: 820 693 950 Rouen Contact: 06 22 86 15 27

$897,600
422
8bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  8,772

By Espaces Atypiques Rouen

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Manor Yvetot (76)

In Normandy, in the department of Seine-Maritime, Rouen Sotheby's International Realty offers for sale this charming 15th-century manor house with approx. 485 square meters of living space, listed as a Historic Monument. The property reveals three construction periods (15th, 18th and 19th centuries). Built on the former fief of the Lord of Yvetot, this property bears witness to a rich past. In the 15th century, William Le Conquérant gave the fief to the Seigneur d'Yvetot in gratitude for his participation in the Battle of Hastings. At that time, only Saint Jean bricks and Pays de Caux flint were used to build the manor's checkerboard facade. Over the years, the manor has been extended, and today offers a mix of different styles and materials. The high-ceilinged first floor features an entrance hall opening onto a dining room, a parquet-panelled living room with fireplace and wood-burning insert, a large kitchen with a monumental 15th-century fireplace, and a weapons room featuring the coat of arms of the Seigneur of Taillanville on the period fireplace. The 'domestic' half-floor comprises a toilet, a study and a bedroom with decorative fireplace. If you take the staircase in the entrance hall, you'll find a half-level toilet and study. The second floor offers six large bedrooms, two of which are en suite, a study, a bathroom with toilet, a shower room and a long corridor leading to all of them. A vast attic on the second floor with conversion potential and a cellar underneath complete the property. The property is set in a land of approximately 7930 square meters, and features remarkable trees such as lime trees, redwoods, magnolias and tulip trees. The manor house, the 19th-century janitor's cottage (to be renovated) and the 19th-century outbuilding form a beautiful ensemble with numerous possibilities. A charming location, 5 minutes from the Yvetot train station, providing rapid access to the Saint-Lazare railway station and the beaches of the Côte d'Albâtre.

$1,015,100
485
7bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  7,930

By Rouen - Sotheby's International Realty

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House Yvetot (76)

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

$543,700
197
4bedrooms
land  5,000

By Cany Immobilier

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House Yvetot (76)

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

$505,400
221
5bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,190

By Saint Joseph Immobilier

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Manor Yvetot (76)

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

$1,015,100
450
6bedrooms
1bathroom
land  7,900

By Cany Immobilier

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