Country house in Bayeux
Within a peaceful village surrounded by meadows and nature, we discover this lovely stone house that has been completely renovated and expanded with high-quality materials. Divided into three sections, to its left stands a replica of its original part, complemented in the center by a splendid glass extension that imparts a contemporary flair to the property, spanning 254 sqm. Accessible through two gates – one electric gate leading to the house and its beautifully landscaped garden, and the other for accessing the outbuildings and parking cars if needed.
The dining room and kitchen are reached through the former conservatory, seamlessly extending the living spaces.
An appealing contemporary kitchen of around 31 sqm, with a central island (including a wine cellar) and subtle ambient lighting, retains its stone walls and a fireplace for cozy family moments. The modern large tile flooring contrasts with the preserved ceiling beams.
Adjacent to it, a dining room of approximately 21 sqm, continuing the same aesthetic, is divided on either side of the stone wall with the fireplace.
The central glass extension allows ample natural light to flood in, featuring a pellet stove, polished concrete flooring, and a staircase leading up to the first-floor landing. At the back of this area, there is a laundry room and toilet.
Extending further is a spacious living room (approx. 36 sqm) with a fireplace that radiates warmth to the upper floors, illuminated by four windows.
A utility room serving as a technical space.
The first floor:
Accessed through the central glass extension serving as the main entrance to the house, a vast landing (approximately 17 sqm) awaits, providing a space for relaxation with a warm teak floor and jointed stone walls.
A first corridor above the living room leads to the first bedroom (approximately 21 sqm), illuminated by three windows, and its private shower room.
In the communal area, a beautiful modern ash wood staircase leads to a second bedroom (approximately 22 sqm), also equipped with an en-suite shower room.
Opposite the landing, a long teak corridor leads to:
A third bedroom with a sliding closet (approx. 15 sqm) and black vinyl flooring.
A fourth bedroom with laminate flooring (approx. 15 sqm).
A spacious bathroom with corner bathtub and toilet.
A straight staircase leads to the second floor, which features:
A fifth bedroom with sloped teak flooring (approx. 22 sqm).
A large sixth bedroom in the sloped attic (approx. 28 sqm), equipped with a shower and a sink.
At the center in front of the house, a splendid, covered swimming pool with a sliding cover ensures the warmth of the water. The garden, approximately 1270 sqm in size, comprises various distinct areas, including a charming vegetable garden and decorative fruit trees. Towards the back, accessible through a stone-paved path, there are two buildings, each approximately 30 sqm, with mechanical tile roofing and concrete floors for storage spaces.
300-liter and 150-liter hot water heaters
Electric heating with underfloor heating on the ground floor. Stoves and fireplaces provide heating to the first floor through conduits. Recent electric radiators in each room.
5000-liter water collector
Up-to-code electrical wiring
Projection Velux windows on the upper floors
Fiber optic internet connection
Estimated annual energy costs of the house : Between 2 880 euros and 3 950 euros per year. Prices indexed on January 1, 2021.
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr
You Advisor : Béatrice GAYON
- 254 m² interior
- 3 bathroom(s)
- 11 room(s)
- 1270 m² outside
- 6 room(s)
Honoraires : Comfort and equipment
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