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Manor in Falaise

10 rooms - 6000m²

$ 511 138
6 2 3988 m²

Manor in Falaise

10 rooms - 6000m²
$ 511 138
6 2 3988 m²

Description

A tree-lined driveway leads to this authentic 16th-century manor house, enhanced by a reception courtyard. The long manor house is followed by adjoining stone outbuildings.
The property is surrounded by a 4 000 sqm garden, generously planted with trees and set in a verdant setting.

The facade, renovated in the early 20th century, retains its original openings and conceals a remarkable Renaissance tower and spiral staircase at the rear.

The door leads to a flower-tiled vestibule and central corridor. The 300 sqm living space is divided as follows:
To the right, a vast kitchen with art deco tiling is lit by a window overlooking the courtyard.
To the left, a beautiful dining room precedes the living room, its period tiled floor complemented by a black marble fireplace and half-height panelling.
A large living room is illuminated by two windows overlooking the courtyard and a French window overlooking the garden to the rear. A 19th-century fireplace in the center of the room provides a bright, convivial space of approximately 45 sqm.

Behind the kitchen, a central corridor leads to the right to a large bedroom with a shower room equipped for disabled access, a separate toilet and a small office opening onto the courtyard.
On the opposite side of the corridor are several storage rooms and access to the superb spiral staircase with its guard room surrounded by stone benches, which can be used as a cellar.

A 19th-century wooden staircase leads up to the first floor, where a long corridor leads to the bedrooms.
Oak parquet flooring runs through the entire floor, giving way to six spacious bedrooms (one with a toilet), a large shower room that could easily be divided into two, and a separate toilet.

The second floor features attic space with dormer windows for a potential renovation project.

Adjoining the manor house, an original common room opens onto a cellar and bread oven. Upstairs, accessed by a straight stone staircase, is a room with a large fireplace under a superb French ceiling. On the second floor, attic space to be redesigned if required.

In its very authentic setting, this beautiful manor house will await heritage lovers who wish to pursue its conversion.

Technical details :
– Oil-fired boiler
– Mains drainage
– Property tax : 1310 euros

Estimated annual energy costs of the house : between 7 340 euros and 9 980 euros per year. Prices indexed on January 1, 2021.

Housing with excessive energy consumption. Class F. As of January 1, 2028, the level of performance is included between the classes A and E.

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

Features

Property reference : 20643NO
You Advisor : Béatrice GAYON
6000 m² interior
2 bathroom(s)
10 room(s)
3988 m² outside
6 room(s)

Comfort and equipment
Chimney
Yes

Honoraires

Honoraires : Comfort and equipment

EPC/GES

consommation(énergie primaire) émissions kg CO2/m².an kWh/m².an 325 93* G Logement extrêmement consommateur d’énergie passoireénergétique F E D C B A Logement très performant
émissions de CO2très importantes *Dont émissions de gazà effet de serre peu d’émissions de CO2 G F 93 kg CO2/m².an E D C B A

Location

Normandy has 6 places or traditions listed – or registered – as UNESCO World Heritage sites, but also villages listed among the “Most Beautiful Villages of France” and 2 thermal spas. Beyond these remarkable sites, each town and village in Normandy is worth discovering.

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359103Falaise – old manor 16th century
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