# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
# manor house 17 rooms for sale on PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
  • For sale Manor house Pont-l'Évêque (14130)

  • PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
  • 1,890,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 3910

Ref.3910 : French manor for sale in Normandy.
The property is located in the north of the Calvados department at the forefront of the "côte fleurie", which is renowned worldwide for its unmissable holiday sites. Built in a dominant position, the manor house offers a distant and undulating view, sadly a victim of modern civilisation where public service and heritage can rarely go hand in hand. Thus the cobbled roads of another century have been replaced by a motorway whose only virtue was to reach the capital in 2 hours.
This property, situated at the gates of Pont-l'Evêque, offers all the services and shops
All road, rail and air links are quickly accessible.
The significant local tourist appeal guarantees a wide range of cultural and sporting activities within 15 kms.

The main dwelling comprises a harmonious timber-framed facade built over 3 stories and topped with a 4-sided slate roof, adorned with numerous dormer windows.
A more recently built, overhanging wing enhances the building without detracting from its overall appearance, thus giving it more presence.
The rear facade is more atypical, with a more mineral design elegantly refined by the addition of a charming turret with a conical roof overlooking the moat.

The property has approx. 490sqm of living space, distributed as follows:

Ground floor: main entrance hall of 12sqm with a corridor and a service stairway, vast kitchen and back kitchen of 12 and 25sqm, boiler room in the gable.
On the left-hand side, dining room with fireplace of approx. 25sqm, parquet flooring, opening onto the large 75sqm living room with monumental fireplace; travertine floor and exposed beams, main staircase, large adjoining study of 25sqm, floor with cabochons, corridor at the rear with WC/laundry room.

1st floor: corridor with old terracotta tiles leading to 5 bedrooms, 3 of which have a bathroom/toilet or simple water point. Most of the bedrooms are in terracotta tiles and have fireplaces.

2nd floor: 6 other bedrooms and 2 bathrooms served by a large hallway offer considerable potential for extension after renovation work.

Basement: partial cellar of approx. 20sqm.

The outbuildings include
1) The chapel: former parish church dating from the 13th century, perched on a feudal mound, unfortunately assigned in 1860 when it was put up for sale to a private individual who transformed it into a barn.
into a barn. This noble building owes its survival to the previous owners, who undertook the work of
roofing work, but that was all they could do. The exceptional beauty of the place calls for the completion of the interior restoration
where many period features still remain.

2) The orangery: a vast brick building under slate roofs to be renovated, comprising a space with
large windows in the facade (14x5.50), adjoining a small kitchen/shower room/toilet to be renovated. Beautiful and large greenhouse
to follow. Workshop/garage.

3) Large brick outbuilding with slate roof in good condition, comprising on the ground floor an old carriage house converted into a garage (with pit), 2 boxes and 2 stalls, workshop, garage, fruit store and numerous storerooms.
On the first floor, groom's accommodation to be renovated (14x5) - hayloft to be followed.

4)Caretaker's house: brick and flint under slate roof in good condition, comprising on the ground floor a caretaker's accommodation with rear garden (sitting room with insert/kitchen/WC/shower room and bathroom/2 bedrooms). Garage to follow.I mmense barn of 14x7,70 m without use.
On the first floor: flat to be completely redone and large attic in the continuity.

The property is accessed via a long driveway bordered by pastures enclosed by lices.
The land is flat on its upper part, curved on its rear, and undulating in front of the moat.
The pastures are rich in grass, perfectly drained, with water flowing peacefully down to the river.
A small pond collects the overflow from the springs and moat below the property.
The park is rich in numerous species, including superb conifers, lime trees, blue cedars and oaks arranged in a harmonious English style. Some apple trees complete the picture.
A bamboo grove accompanies you to the "bulb" shaped swimming pool area (15x6) where a charming half-timbered pool-house containing a heat pump in an uncertain state of repair stands alongside.
An old walled vegetable garden remains. A sand pit for horses of approx. 400 m² (4,305 sq ft) could easily be restored.
The property is partly enclosed by fencing and is largely sheltered from the view of nearby neighbours.
The whole constitutes an entity of 6ha 83a 04ca free of any rental.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20

  • Property type : manor house
  • Surface : 490 m²
  • Surface : 6.83 ha
  • Number of rooms : 17
  • Number of bedrooms : 11
  • Swimming pool : Yes
  • DPE : D
  • GHG : F
  • For sale Manor house Pont-l'Évêque (14130)

  • PONT L EVEQUE (14130)
  • 1,890,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 3910
  • Property type : manor house
  • Surface : 490 m²
  • Surface : 6.83 ha
  • Number of rooms : 17
  • Number of bedrooms : 11
  • Swimming pool : Yes
  • DPE : D
  • GHG : F

Ref.3910 : French manor for sale in Normandy.
The property is located in the north of the Calvados department at the forefront of the "côte fleurie", which is renowned worldwide for its unmissable holiday sites. Built in a dominant position, the manor house offers a distant and undulating view, sadly a victim of modern civilisation where public service and heritage can rarely go hand in hand. Thus the cobbled roads of another century have been replaced by a motorway whose only virtue was to reach the capital in 2 hours.
This property, situated at the gates of Pont-l'Evêque, offers all the services and shops
All road, rail and air links are quickly accessible.
The significant local tourist appeal guarantees a wide range of cultural and sporting activities within 15 kms.

The main dwelling comprises a harmonious timber-framed facade built over 3 stories and topped with a 4-sided slate roof, adorned with numerous dormer windows.
A more recently built, overhanging wing enhances the building without detracting from its overall appearance, thus giving it more presence.
The rear facade is more atypical, with a more mineral design elegantly refined by the addition of a charming turret with a conical roof overlooking the moat.

The property has approx. 490sqm of living space, distributed as follows:

Ground floor: main entrance hall of 12sqm with a corridor and a service stairway, vast kitchen and back kitchen of 12 and 25sqm, boiler room in the gable.
On the left-hand side, dining room with fireplace of approx. 25sqm, parquet flooring, opening onto the large 75sqm living room with monumental fireplace; travertine floor and exposed beams, main staircase, large adjoining study of 25sqm, floor with cabochons, corridor at the rear with WC/laundry room.

1st floor: corridor with old terracotta tiles leading to 5 bedrooms, 3 of which have a bathroom/toilet or simple water point. Most of the bedrooms are in terracotta tiles and have fireplaces.

2nd floor: 6 other bedrooms and 2 bathrooms served by a large hallway offer considerable potential for extension after renovation work.

Basement: partial cellar of approx. 20sqm.

The outbuildings include
1) The chapel: former parish church dating from the 13th century, perched on a feudal mound, unfortunately assigned in 1860 when it was put up for sale to a private individual who transformed it into a barn.
into a barn. This noble building owes its survival to the previous owners, who undertook the work of
roofing work, but that was all they could do. The exceptional beauty of the place calls for the completion of the interior restoration
where many period features still remain.

2) The orangery: a vast brick building under slate roofs to be renovated, comprising a space with
large windows in the facade (14x5.50), adjoining a small kitchen/shower room/toilet to be renovated. Beautiful and large greenhouse
to follow. Workshop/garage.

3) Large brick outbuilding with slate roof in good condition, comprising on the ground floor an old carriage house converted into a garage (with pit), 2 boxes and 2 stalls, workshop, garage, fruit store and numerous storerooms.
On the first floor, groom's accommodation to be renovated (14x5) - hayloft to be followed.

4)Caretaker's house: brick and flint under slate roof in good condition, comprising on the ground floor a caretaker's accommodation with rear garden (sitting room with insert/kitchen/WC/shower room and bathroom/2 bedrooms). Garage to follow.I mmense barn of 14x7,70 m without use.
On the first floor: flat to be completely redone and large attic in the continuity.

The property is accessed via a long driveway bordered by pastures enclosed by lices.
The land is flat on its upper part, curved on its rear, and undulating in front of the moat.
The pastures are rich in grass, perfectly drained, with water flowing peacefully down to the river.
A small pond collects the overflow from the springs and moat below the property.
The park is rich in numerous species, including superb conifers, lime trees, blue cedars and oaks arranged in a harmonious English style. Some apple trees complete the picture.
A bamboo grove accompanies you to the "bulb" shaped swimming pool area (15x6) where a charming half-timbered pool-house containing a heat pump in an uncertain state of repair stands alongside.
An old walled vegetable garden remains. A sand pit for horses of approx. 400 m² (4,305 sq ft) could easily be restored.
The property is partly enclosed by fencing and is largely sheltered from the view of nearby neighbours.
The whole constitutes an entity of 6ha 83a 04ca free of any rental.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20

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