18th C. Norman longere home with land and magnificent views on the edge of a peaceful village

PRICE: EUR €125,350

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Estate Agent: Leggett Normandie Picardie
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This 2-bed home comprises: kitchen-dining room with wood stove-cooker in a beautiful fireplace, living room with a fireplace, shower, WC, 2 bedrooms. A terrace offering the possibility to enjoy the stunning views over the surrounding hills. A convertible attic with independent access provides more potential to this house. A cellar that was used as a cheese factory by the first inhabitants of the house. A slightly sloping plot of land containing fruit trees, a vegetable garden and a barn.

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18th C. Norman longere home with land and magnificent views on the edge of a peaceful village
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Property Details:

This traditional farmhouse property features a cosy 2-bed home, an attic with independent access that can be converted into additional rooms, a barn and a good sized garden overlooking the village and the valley and offering splendid panormanic views. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, this property enjoys a great location within walking distance from a quiet village in the nice Eaulne valley. This preserved valley offers beautiful panoramas and exceptional fauna and flora, close to the London-Paris Avenue verte and to the Eawy forest with many hiking trails and a variety of tourist and sporting activities. This property is only 5 min from the A28 and A29 motorways, 10 min from Neufchatel market town with all amenities, 40 min from Dieppe on the sea and from Historic Rouen, 1h30 from Calais and 2h from Paris. Perfect as a main home or for holidays.

This 2-bed home comprises: kitchen-dining room with wood stove-cooker in a beautiful fireplace, living room with a fireplace, shower, WC, 2 bedrooms. A terrace offering the possibility to enjoy the stunning views over the surrounding hills. A convertible attic with independent access provides more potential to this house. A cellar that was used as a cheese factory by the first inhabitants of the house. A slightly sloping plot of land containing fruit trees, a vegetable garden and a barn.

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Energy efficiency rating :
kWhEP/m2.an

Very energy efficient lower running costs

428

Not energy efficient higher running costs

Environmental (CO2) rating : kg
qCO2/m2.an

Very environmentally friendly

10

Not environmentally friendly