Lower Normandy

Magnificent 14th century manor house, renovated in 1727 and after the war

PRICE: EUR €296,500

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Located between lisieux and bernay, a stone's throw from a small town with all amenities, come and discover this magnificent 14th century manor house, renovated in 1727 and after the war. it is located on a plot of 1.49 ha. this authentic residence requires a complete renovation (structural work to be expected). it includes very beautiful volumes (approximately 300 m² of living space). two outbuildings are added to the property and a borehole. possibility of acquiring additional land aroun

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Magnificent 14th century manor house, renovated in 1727 and after the war
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Located between Lisieux and Bernay, a stone's throw from a small town with all amenities, come and discover this magnificent 14th century manor house, renovated in 1727 and after the war. It is located on a plot of 1.49 ha. This authentic residence requires a complete renovation (structural work to be expected). It includes very beautiful volumes (approximately 300 m² of living space). Two outbuildings are added to the property and a borehole. Possibility of acquiring additional land around. Fees charged to seller Commercial agent Lisieux is a town in the Calvados department of the lush, green Normandy region in north west France.It's renowned as a religious site and a pleasant stop off point for those touring the region and heading towards better-known towns such as Deauville for the summer season. But I think it's worth a trip in its own right. Lisieux is known across France as the second most important religious site for Catholic pilgrimage in the entire country, after Lourdes.Atop the highest point of this medieval town, the remarkable Basilica of Saint-Therese rises up into the sky and creates a focal point for the town. Lisieux has some 45,000 inhabitants and welcomes thousands of tourists each year. Whether you're able to visit for the day or stay overnight, Lisieux is a fascinating stop for anyone touring the Calvados region. It's worth it even if just for the architectural and engineering splendour of the Basilica itself -- not to mention the warm buzz of the town, making it enjoyable for couples and families alike. Saturday mornings are market day in the central square of the town and Lisieux boasts the biggest weekend market in the entire region. It's the perfect place to pick up to pick up fresh produce, as well as homeware and clothing. Click the blue MAKE ENQUIRY button and enter your details to receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Déborah Dutot, .

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