Manor in Vimoutiers
This magnificent priory dating back to the 10th century, dependant on the abbey of Jumièges, has preserved all of its religious and working buildings.
The property is inscrite or Classée (the large tithe) in the Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques therefore benefiting from work subsidies from up to 30 to 40% and tax deductions for all the works.
Elevated and overlooking the marvelous countryside of the Pays d’Auge Ornais, the view from the gardens draws the gaze onto wide green and soothing valleys. Located 32km from Lisieux train station direct to Paris St Lazare, 1 hour from Carpiquet, 60 km from Deauville and 180 km from Paris.
At the heart of the ensemble and open to superb views is the 1771 manor house in restored Roussier stone and large white freestone around the door frames or called the priory dwelling.
On the ground floor across 110sqm, a large entrance and staircase, a large window and two large doors leading to
– Opposite the dining room of 24sqm with two windows including a French window opening onto the English garden
– A large triple exposure living room of 38sqm, large fireplace surrounded by 2 windows, and 5 windows allowing great light into the room
– A beautiful kitchen of 27sqm still in its original style with a large fireplace, floor tiles and wooden cupboards covered with earthenware and a French window to the courtyard and window to the garden, ceiling with beams.
– Toilets with washbasin
Upstairs over 110sqm, a landing with two large carved wooden doors, one concealing the staircase to the second, the other a dressing room.
– On the right, a large master suite, with the 25 m² bedroom with triple exposure and a private shower room.
– A 16sqm office
– A 16sqm bedroom with a window overlooking the gardens
– A bedroom matching the master suite with a bathroom accessible from the other bedroom.
On the second floor, semi-attic 3 bedrooms served by a long corridor, a linen room and a bathroom in perfect condition
The 13th century tithe barn, inscrite Monument Historique, built in Roussier stone with a surface area of 360sqm, parquet flooring on one part and wood cladding on the other. Electrical installation illuminating the magnificent oak frame, forced air heating, flanked by 2 garages on the west gable. –
The 14th and 15th century ISMH press built in stone and half-timbering, tiled roof, tiled floor. Surface 330sqm, serving as a dining room with a semi-professional kitchen.
In the extension of the press, a brick and stone barn from Roussier sheltering two large guest rooms in the former reception area of the priory hotel.
1 bedroom 36sqm old floor tiles, stone and fabrics, beautiful period fireplace, private shower room with washbasin and toilet.
– 1 bedroom to the south 23.5sqm, tiled floor, shower room, washbasin, toilet.
– Press room 140sqm summer reception room. –
– The stables: Pierre de Roussier and chaining in brick. 225sqm – On the ground floor a reception room of 65sqm with terracotta tiles, toilet, washbasin and kitchen. – On the 1st floor two large bedrooms of 50sqm with bathroom, bath, separate toilet, washbasin 2 basins.
– The dairy: House converted into gites of 116sqm – Ground floor living room of 26sqm, small kitchen of 6sqm, – 1 shower room of 4sqm – Separate toilets – Bedroom 27sqm, shower room – Attic floor: – 2 bedrooms of 18.5sqm and 25sqm
– The bakery converted into gites of 153sqm. – Ground floor living room 41.7sqm with period stone fireplace. – A fitted kitchen. – 1 bathroom 5.6sqm with bath and sink – 3 bedrooms from 5 to 20sqm with shower room. – Service room, laundry room, electric heating, class
– The chapel: from the 13th century, built in Roussier stone, consisting of a single room under a vaulted wooden ceiling 42.17sqm. Recently restored
In the crypt, the boiler of the house as well as a clay cellar.
The park is composed of various designs giving to walk in multiple charming atmospheres on a surface of 2hectares 2acres.
– Private ornamental garden to the east with a view of the English-style landscaped valley, large square courtyard surrounded by buildings with hundred-year-old trees, charming piece of bricked water fed by a spring sheltering several ducks of various varieties.
– Medieval garden with a rose garden, an Iris garden, a garden of medicinal herbs and a Japanese garden punctuated by 3 ponds fed by a spring which have been emptied and restored (leaks)
The enclosed gardens of hornbeams were landscaped by the famous Louis Benech.
TF 5540 euros
Gas boiler with floor diffusion in the ground floor of the house and electric radiators in the outbuildings.
Frames in good condition sometimes double glazed
Energy improvement study by an architect.
Development of survey plans in 3D
Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr
You Advisor : Béatrice GAYON
- 1100 m² interior
- 12 bathroom(s)
- 20 room(s)
- 22170 m² outside
- 16 room(s)
Honoraires : Comfort and equipment
ECD blank, non-usable consumption
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