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|Surface||240 M2*||Plot Size||2413 M2|
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This stunning former presbytery dating back to the 18th Century has been lovingly restored by the present owners and retains many original features.
The accommodation set over 3 floors comprises of 240m2 of living space with well-maintained gardens to the front and rear with ponds and a gravelled driveway, would be suitable as a permanent / holiday home or as a potential B&B.
This beautiful country home with local amenities nearby, is set in a quiet hamlet in the heart of the Normandy countryside, yet within easy reach of historic Bayeux and the D-Day coastline. Read more ...
On the ground floor:
LIBRARY/SECOND LOUNGE: A double aspect room with fireplace and wood burner and traditional style built in bookcases is an ideal room to watch TV or sit and relax with a good book.
Hall and downstairs WC, original staircase leading to upper floors.
DINING ROOM: with period style fireplace, original floor tiles, double aspect to front & rear.
KITCHEN: Bespoke fitted kitchen with a range of traditional style units, including pantry cupboard, terracotta tiled floor.
LOUNGE: Double Aspect room with fireplace and wood burner with doors leading to the office/snug and rear garden.
OFFICE: Good sized office with French doors leading to a small seating area at the front of the property.
On the first floor are 3 good-sized double bedrooms, two of which are front facing, the third is double aspect. The master has an en-suite shower room. Large front facing family bathroom with bath, separate shower, toilet & sink.
Continue up the staircase to the 2nd floor and the partially converted attic, currently used as a craft room and storage space, potential 4th bedroom having dormer and Velux windows in the roof.
Outside, attached to the property, is a large open fronted garage/hanger; work shop with storeroom; oil fired central heating boiler; water softener; washing machine and dryer. A staircase to the side of the hangar gives access to a large loft for additional storage above.
To the front of the property there is a well-established garden, pond and raised seating area, the gravelled driveway provides parking for several cars.
To the rear of the property is a large but manageable garden with open aspect over the surrounding countryside, fruit trees, pond, potential space for a vegetable plot and several small out buildings.
Within easy reach of the main county town of historic & beautiful Bayeux (less than 25Km), nearby train station of Lison (6Km) which has a regular rail service to Paris (2hrs), D-day beaches 20 mins, ferry port approx 45mins.
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
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