# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
# property 9 rooms for sale on THURY HARCOURT (14220)
  • IN NORMANDY, 17th C. DWELLING ON A 32,12 acres FEODAL FIEF

  • THURY HARCOURT (14220)
  • 790,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4246

Ref 4246: Pretty property for sale in a quiet place in Normandy.

This elegant "fortified house" is located in the heart of Normandy, just outside Caen, in the north of the famous natural region known as "Suisse Normande". Highly perched in a dominant and defensive position, overlooking the Orne valley, this former feudal stronghold boasts an exceptional environment, where charm, tranquillity and space make these authentic places magical ... and from another time.
As for civilisation, it's less than a league away, offering all the services and shops you need for family life.Caen is less than half an hour away.
Thanks to its renovation, this property has become a perfect main, second or holiday home.

The property comprises a main dwelling, an annexe with a tower and a watch tower. The main building is a noble, sober construction of jointed schist stone, topped with a 4-slope studded slate roof. The building comprises 3 stories, 2 of which are converted. The facades are enlivened by arched doors and windows, and a few small openings are a reminder of the building's defensive role. The perfect proportions provide approx. 206 sqm of living space, not including a first floor that could be converted for the most part (approx. 80 sqm ).
The property is laid out as follows
1°) Ground floor:
-Entrance on the north side via a covered passageway giving access to the house and garage.
- Kitchen/dining room (31 sqm), tiled floor - good ceiling height (2.75 m).
- Main entrance on the east side comprising a small vestibule, staircase leading to the first floor. Small shower room with washbasin. Separate WC. The whole represents 9.5sqm. Tiled floor.
- 25sqm study with parquet flooring and tiled floor. Exposed stone and joists. Wood burner.
- Living room of 35 sqm with fireplace. Tiled floor. Exposed stone and beams. High ceilings (3m). Numerous windows let in plenty of light.
2°) 1st floor: 12sqm landing leading to 4 bedrooms (11 / 12 / 17 and 28 sqm); a bathroom and a washroom. WC. The master bedroom could easily accommodate a shower room adjoining the landing.
3°) The attic: under the rafters, with the possibility of converting approx. 80 sqm.

The outbuildings:
A) Situated slightly away from the main dwelling and overlooking the Orne valley is a charming little dwelling adjoining a 15th century tower that has been completely renovated to provide approx. 40 sqm of living space over 2 stories. It comprises a kitchen area, living room, bedroom, shower room and toilet, part of which is in the tower. The works are recent, and some are in the process of being finished.
B) Set back from the 2 other buildings, right in line with the stone perimeter wall, stands the so-called "watch tower" with its panoramic view over the meandering Orne, bearing witness to its defensive role in the Middle Ages.
C) The remains of a chapel can still be seen on high ground ....
D) A shelter consisting of 3 horse stalls has been built in the middle of the grassland.
E) A large 35 sqm garage adjoins the main dwelling and houses, among other things, the boiler room.

By definition, Suisse Normande is a region of hills and the Orne valley is its main attraction. So it's only natural that this property should take full advantage of a landscape with many facets, from woods and open grasslands to the steep, rocky slopes leading down to the river. Most of the 33 acres or so that make up the immediate surroundings are meadows, particularly suitable for horses. Some of the more scrubby areas are home to a wealth of wildlife (roe deer, woodcock, etc.). An old kitchen garden, a pond and fruit trees (apple, pear and cherry) complete the setting. Fresnes, oaks, cedars of Lebanon, cedars of the Atlas... some of which are over a hundred years old, have acquired their protection through their status as "classified wooded areas", rivalling the "area for the protection of architectural and urban heritage" conferred on the site.
The 800-metre cul-de-sac leading to the property is surrounded by excellent, reassuring and discreet neighbours, with no nuisance to disturb the rare silence that only the sound of birdsong can disturb. Could this be the definition of 'paradise'?
Around 12,36 acres are rented out next door, ensuring regular maintenance.
A clever swap of 2 distant plots (4,45 acres) for the partial appropriation of a plot adjoining the rear of the property will enable a more rational improvement of the immediate environment.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20
Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 .
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

  • Property type : property
  • Surface : 206 m²
  • Surface : 13.83 ha
  • Number of rooms : 9
  • Number of bedrooms : 4
  • IN NORMANDY, 17th C. DWELLING ON A 32,12 acres FEODAL FIEF

  • THURY HARCOURT (14220)
  • 790,000 €
  • Agency fees chargeable to the seller
  • Ref. : 4246
  • Property type : property
  • Surface : 206 m²
  • Surface : 13.83 ha
  • Number of rooms : 9
  • Number of bedrooms : 4

Ref 4246: Pretty property for sale in a quiet place in Normandy.

This elegant "fortified house" is located in the heart of Normandy, just outside Caen, in the north of the famous natural region known as "Suisse Normande". Highly perched in a dominant and defensive position, overlooking the Orne valley, this former feudal stronghold boasts an exceptional environment, where charm, tranquillity and space make these authentic places magical ... and from another time.
As for civilisation, it's less than a league away, offering all the services and shops you need for family life.Caen is less than half an hour away.
Thanks to its renovation, this property has become a perfect main, second or holiday home.

The property comprises a main dwelling, an annexe with a tower and a watch tower. The main building is a noble, sober construction of jointed schist stone, topped with a 4-slope studded slate roof. The building comprises 3 stories, 2 of which are converted. The facades are enlivened by arched doors and windows, and a few small openings are a reminder of the building's defensive role. The perfect proportions provide approx. 206 sqm of living space, not including a first floor that could be converted for the most part (approx. 80 sqm ).
The property is laid out as follows
1°) Ground floor:
-Entrance on the north side via a covered passageway giving access to the house and garage.
- Kitchen/dining room (31 sqm), tiled floor - good ceiling height (2.75 m).
- Main entrance on the east side comprising a small vestibule, staircase leading to the first floor. Small shower room with washbasin. Separate WC. The whole represents 9.5sqm. Tiled floor.
- 25sqm study with parquet flooring and tiled floor. Exposed stone and joists. Wood burner.
- Living room of 35 sqm with fireplace. Tiled floor. Exposed stone and beams. High ceilings (3m). Numerous windows let in plenty of light.
2°) 1st floor: 12sqm landing leading to 4 bedrooms (11 / 12 / 17 and 28 sqm); a bathroom and a washroom. WC. The master bedroom could easily accommodate a shower room adjoining the landing.
3°) The attic: under the rafters, with the possibility of converting approx. 80 sqm.

The outbuildings:
A) Situated slightly away from the main dwelling and overlooking the Orne valley is a charming little dwelling adjoining a 15th century tower that has been completely renovated to provide approx. 40 sqm of living space over 2 stories. It comprises a kitchen area, living room, bedroom, shower room and toilet, part of which is in the tower. The works are recent, and some are in the process of being finished.
B) Set back from the 2 other buildings, right in line with the stone perimeter wall, stands the so-called "watch tower" with its panoramic view over the meandering Orne, bearing witness to its defensive role in the Middle Ages.
C) The remains of a chapel can still be seen on high ground ....
D) A shelter consisting of 3 horse stalls has been built in the middle of the grassland.
E) A large 35 sqm garage adjoins the main dwelling and houses, among other things, the boiler room.

By definition, Suisse Normande is a region of hills and the Orne valley is its main attraction. So it's only natural that this property should take full advantage of a landscape with many facets, from woods and open grasslands to the steep, rocky slopes leading down to the river. Most of the 33 acres or so that make up the immediate surroundings are meadows, particularly suitable for horses. Some of the more scrubby areas are home to a wealth of wildlife (roe deer, woodcock, etc.). An old kitchen garden, a pond and fruit trees (apple, pear and cherry) complete the setting. Fresnes, oaks, cedars of Lebanon, cedars of the Atlas... some of which are over a hundred years old, have acquired their protection through their status as "classified wooded areas", rivalling the "area for the protection of architectural and urban heritage" conferred on the site.
The 800-metre cul-de-sac leading to the property is surrounded by excellent, reassuring and discreet neighbours, with no nuisance to disturb the rare silence that only the sound of birdsong can disturb. Could this be the definition of 'paradise'?
Around 12,36 acres are rented out next door, ensuring regular maintenance.
A clever swap of 2 distant plots (4,45 acres) for the partial appropriation of a plot adjoining the rear of the property will enable a more rational improvement of the immediate environment.

Cabinet LE NAIL - Lower-Normandy - Mr Eric DOSSEUR : +33 (0)2.43.98.20.20
Eric DOSSEUR, Individual company, registered in the Special Register of Commercial Agents, under the number 409 867 512 .
We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available at: www.georisques.gouv.fr

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    • Mr Eric DOSSEUR

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