This manor house is built in the north of the Calvados department, on the border of the Pays d’Auge and the Côte de Grâce, of which Deauville is the proud seaside capital. This is a favorite holiday destination for Parisians.
At the center of all the tourist attractions, Deauville benefits from all the road, rail and air infrastructures that allow you to reach the capital in less than 2 hours. All services and businesses are present and easy to access.
The property enjoys an exceptional location which could support a commercial project or delight a family in search of exceptional architecture. The habitable part is made up of 2 half-timbered buildings dating from the XVth century that a simple door separates.
The main part is built on 3 levels developing approximately 230 sqm to which is added a vast convertible attic of 60 sqm and slightly lower down a guards’ room of 65 sqm. The other building called small manor has only 2 levels on a total surface of 120 sqm. The whole has a living area of about 350 sqm with an additional potential of more than 100 sqm.
The manor house is served on the ground floor by a small entrance hall opening on the left to a kitchen and on the right to a beautiful living room very bright where a very exceptional listed fireplace in the form of a vault dating from the 13th century. Access by a few steps going down to the guards’ room, the ideal place to enlarge the ground floor.
A superb stone spiral staircase leads to the upper floors. Mid-floor No. 1: 2 bedrooms in a row equipped with water point or bathroom/wc; office.
Mid-floor No. 2: bedroom with bathroom attached to an office. 13th century fireplace. On the 3rd level: 3 smaller bedrooms, one with bathroom. Shower and independent wc. Access to a large convertible attic of about 60 sqm.
The small manor house is an independent building adjoining the manor house, being easily connectable to it. It is composed on the ground floor of a living room with fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen and a bedroom. WC. Upstairs, 2 independent bedrooms, office and bathroom/wc.
Cider press dating from the 17th century in perfect state of conservation, composed of a granite crushing tower and a long wooden press. It is surmounted by a floor open to any development project.
Sheepfold n°1 dating from the 17th century with half-timbering under fibro, to be fitted out, currently used as a storeroom. An aviary is leaning against it. Sheepfold n°2 dating from the 17th century with half-timbering under fibro. Interior in beaten earth. Recent mud walls. Excellent structure.
The orangery from the 19th century is composed on the first floor of 2 large reception rooms, one of 31 sqm with parquet flooring; the other of 61 sqm with terracotta tiles. Small storage room and WC. Upstairs janitor’s dwelling of about 70 sqm composed of living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, wc + attic suitable for conversion, free of any rental.
Large garage of 40 sqm for 2 cars; adjoining kennel.
The space is pleasantly shared between the grassed main courtyard, delimited by superb paved alleys, the flowered gardens and the unmissable orchards. A small pond fed by the well adorns the back of the manor and inspires a more rural resting place with the bucolic view of the church as a backdrop.
The orangery is adjoined to a beautiful parking space that can accommodate day visitors during the summer opening to the public. A perfectly accessible wooded area harmoniously completes the layout of this park of about 8,74acres (3.54 hectares). High stone walls provide the necessary discretion and security along the roadside, with unobstructed Normandy countryside views.
The manor house, the chimney of the living room, the staircase, the wine press, the sheepfolds, the gate and the walls of fences are classified Historical Monuments.
Property reference: LN-6K4LL