Good Monday morning! A lovely fall-feeling country home on 3.5 acres of land in Normandy, France!
The basketfuls of apples on the kitchen table! The hand-sewn quilt on the old wooden beds! This house feels like time hasn’t moved much from the day it was built hundreds of years ago – I can easily imagine the kitchen fire going on a crisp fall day, chickens in the yard – so lovely!
From the listing on Leggett:
A charming stone-built property with outbuildings, an annexe, and land. The main house is spacious with 4 bedrooms and has double glazing all round. The annexe has one bedroom. Extensive stone outbuildings surrounding a courtyard. Close to the D-Day landing beaches and Bayeux, it sits on the edge of a small village in a quite situation.
The entrance is through iron gates to the courtyard.
The ground floor has :-
Tiled kitchen/dining room
Large sitting room with woodburner
Small sitting room with fireplace
Shower room with WC
First floor has:-
Bathroom with bath/basin/WC
Ground floor sitting/dining room with kitchen.
First floor bedroom with shower room & WC
Courtyard area for parking, garage, excellent range of stone outbuildings. Vegetable garden with fruit trees. Large field.
Well-situated in the village of Cormolain, which has small shops and schools, with the main county town of Bayeux only 20 minutes for all amenities. The railway station at Bayeux takes you to to Paris in 2 hrs, and the main ferry port of Caen is approx 40 mins. With Mont St Michel only an hour’s drive, the D-day beaches and the Bayeux tapestry half an hour – what a perfect location!