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House in CESNY BOIS HALBOUT , Calvados , Normandy

€339,200 €328,600 (HAI)** £291,583**
Ref: 95254GHG14
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Reduction from €339,200 to €328,600
A superb XVIII century longere with a highly successful gite in stunning countryside. Just over half of an hour from Ouistreham ferry port and three hours from Paris.

Graham Glasson , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €328 600 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€310 000 without fees)

Reduction from €339,200 to €328,600
Ref 95254GHG14
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Dept Calvados
Surface 185 M2* Plot Size 36966 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 4
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Equestrian
  • Family Home
  • Gite
  • Holiday Home
  • Smallholding
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Electricity on site
  • Garage
  • Guest house / gite
  • High speed internet
  • Private parking
  • Riverside
  • Suitable for horses
  • Excellent condition
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This property has been restored tastefully with natural materials being respectful of the history and architecture of the house. It sits within its own generous garden, is beautifully decorated, benefits of double glazed windows throughout with original stone, tiled and parquet floors. The fosse and the roof have been replaced and the house is ready for you to move in, enjoy the french lifestyle and pace of life while getting an income with the gite. And a 3 ha field with a small river comes with it! Local attractions include the famous WWII Normandy landing beaches, the Abbey of Mont St Michel, and the historic towns of Bayeux, Lisieux and Caen. Read more ...

This beautiful character property has been lovingly restored with no expense spared.
Main house:
This XVIII century farmhouse has been transformed over the past ten years. The property is fully double-glazed, re-wired and re- plumbed. All the roof were recently replaced and efficient insulation now means the property is cosy and economical to run.
The left of the entrance hall leads to a dining room (22 m2) with an Italian ceramic wood burner, which leads to a small fully fitted kitchen and a large conservatory (15 m2) with an electric grill for summer eating. Another door gives access to a bathroom with toilets, washbasin and bath cleverly fitted under the stairs. To the right of the entrance hall, are a beautiful sitting room (24 m2) with beamed ceiling, period stone fireplace and dual aspect windows, a study (8 m2) currently used as a laundry room and a sewing and storage room (5 m2). A few steps from the latter lead to a large cellar (26 m2) with its own double doors to outside. A separate door from the front of the house opens into a workshop (9 m2) and the boiler room (10 m2) with a loft above.
The first floor splits into the “old part” on the left and the “new part” on the right. The old part has a small bedroom (13 m2) with stunning views across the back garden and a large bedroom (18 m2) with two windows to the front and a small quiet/reading room currently housing a large collection of orchids. A small corridor in the new part leads to a beautiful double bedroom (20 m2), a large bathroom and separate dressing room (20 m2 in total), as well as a further room, which can be developed into another bedroom.
The gite has a similar quality finish and has its own entrance through stairs on the side of the house. There is a small sitting room (10 m2) with a kitchen area (3.5 m2) and a bathroom with toilets, washbasin and shower and a spiral staircase in the living room leads to a bedroom (7.6 m2) in the mezzanine. On the ground floor there is a cellar and workshop at the rear.
OutsideThe house sits in the centre of a 6,680 m2 plot divided in several fenced sections with grassed areas and matured trees; there are some sitting areas from which you can admire the beautiful countryside and a small field with sheep that could come with the house if so wished. There is also a large hangar for wood and garden tools. A few meters away you reach a large field (over 3 hectares) with a protected hedge and a river at the bottom that would be suitable for horses.


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