South of Calvados and 45 minutes away from the beach, a seigneurial residence of nearly 700 m² whose origins date back to the year 1000. In its current format, the property has 3 architectural periods (1646, 1743, 1850). This property is located on 20 hectares of valleys, meadows, orchards, woods and a 3.5 hectare pleasure park. The complex consists of 6 buildings. A castle of Louis XIII rearranged in 1850, two imposing outbuildings each with a square tower dating from 1646, a manager's house dating from 1743, a dovecote and a chapel. Water moats surround the castle and its main outbuildings, two fish ponds and an old Roman road complete this exceptional property. The castle, in an impeccable condition, is in pure Venetian style. It is built around an imposing and majestic atrium. The ground floor, with a surface area of approximately 240 m², consists of an entrance hall of approximately 40 m² under a glass roof, three lounges of 40 m² each, a dining room of 33 m², an office of 20 m² and a professional kitchen. The 1st floor, with a surface area of approximately 240 m², includes 5 bedrooms or suites with bathroom. The 2nd floor, with a surface area, of 210 m² has 6 bedrooms or suites with bathroom. The surface area of the s uites is between 36 and 80 m². The 17th century outbuildings each offer a surface area of approximately 350 m² on the ground floor. 700 m² for one and 420 m² for the other, which has a partial floor. These buildings are in excellent structural condition but require renovation work in order to be used on a daily basis. Located in a rare environment and without any nuisance, this exceptional property still offers considerable development potential. Contact : Jérôme Gachod +33 6 89 10 22 16
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