Townhouse in Courseulles-sur-Mer
Characteristic of the Opal Coast villas, in their elegance and functional layout, oriented towards the outside while preserving warm and comfortable living spaces.
Its beautiful street-facing facade discreetly preserves the charm of its interior arrangements.
You enter through the central door:
A long entrance with an opening to the garden.
To the left, a two-part living room (approximately 21 + 14 sqm), separated by a molded double door and facing the garden-side veranda, allowing you to choose your living space according to the seasons. Chevron-patterned parquet floors, a small stone fireplace for its fire area, a game or music room in the center, and the summer lounge in the delightful renovated veranda, supported by ancient stone walls that open onto the Mediterranean-style terrace.
Toilets under the staircase.
To the right of the entrance, the dining room (approximately 25 sqm) illuminated by two facing windows and adorned with a stone fireplace under ancient beams and molded paneling. The very nice renovations blend seamlessly with the original elements.
In the perpendicular part of the house, a corridor, with a view through glass, of the pulley from the old well, blending this space with a trompe-l’oeil painting.
It leads to:
Toilets and a bathroom with a shower.
A street-facing office (approximately 14 sqm) with a large French door.
Access to the garden-side kitchen (approximately 17 sqm), renovated and furnished with a charming stone fireplace and a wooden staircase leading to the upper floor. A French door and a window illuminate this charming room.
Through the stone entrance staircase with its wrought iron railing, you access the first floor.
On the first floor:
A parquet-floored landing illuminated by a window overlooking the garden.
To the left, a landing leads to two bedrooms:
A bedroom (approximately 14 sqm) with a stone floor and windows overlooking the garden.
A bedroom (approximately 21 sqm) with carpeted floor and its beautiful molded door wardrobe.
To the right of the landing, a corridor of approximately 8 sqm with ample closets leads to:
A bedroom (approximately 16 sqm) connected to a space for a future bathroom. Plumbing is available.
A bedroom (approximately 16 sqm) with fir wood flooring and its toilet cabinet.
A bathroom with toilet on a linoleum floor.
You can access the kitchen staircase through a passage.
A small attic laundry room above the kitchen, illuminated by a skylight and a dormer. (approximately 6 sqm under Carrez law but 11 sqm on the floor).
A staircase leads to the second floor to a bedroom illuminated by a skylight on laminate flooring (approximately 5 sqm under sloping ceilings, but 8 sqm on the floor).
A space with the gas boiler.
Returning to the main staircase, behind a door, there is access to the second floor via a stone staircase.
On the second floor:
A shower room with toilet, illuminated by a window.
A beautiful insulated space on parquet flooring, illuminated by a skylight and a dormer.
A small bedroom (approximately 5 sqm under sloping ceilings, 9 sqm on the floor) illuminated by a dormer.
An identical bedroom. The two could be combined to create a larger bedroom.
A 9 sqm bedroom.
Hidden from view, in keeping with its lifestyle, the fully renovated terracotta terrace is sheltered by a garden-side wall. This open-air extension of the veranda gives a warm and Mediterranean feel.
Several steps lead to a well-maintained garden, landscaped with boxwood and laurel topiaries, enclosed by stone walls. In its center, a beautiful olive tree is illuminated at night. A small stone garden building attached to the house and a woodshed complete this charming space.
At the back of the garden, beyond the orchard trees, there is a long building nestled between the two stone garden walls. A spacious and bright billiard room of 42 sqm with large tiled floors is heated by a stove.
A covered passage on the left side of the building provides access to a final space on the street side.
A painted wooden gate allows entry for vehicles.
A recent building, topped with a stone dormer and perfectly integrated into its architecture, has a double concrete garage. Two skylights provide light for a workshop. A wooden staircase leads to an attic converted into storage space.
This beautiful master house, tastefully renovated, offers a spacious layout but can be adapted to reduce its options according to the seasons.
City gas boiler (12 years old)
Roof redone 15 years ago
Sewerage system connected to the mains
Hot water provided by the boiler with an integrated buffer tank
All exterior shutters redone two years ago
Land area: 1000 sqm
Property tax: approximately 2,600 euros
Estimated annual energy costs of the house : between 2 700 euros and 3 700 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 : Laurence ARDANT
- 300 m² interior
- 3 bathroom(s)
- 10 room(s)
- 1000 m² outside
- 8 room(s)
- Optical fiber
- Honoraires : Honoraires charge acquéreur
- Prix honoraires exclus : 904 762 €
- % commission : 5%
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