Good Monday morning! A cozy and quiet 17th century farmhouse on SIXTEEN acres of land in Normandy, France!
I wouldn’t mind owning a four hundred year old farm in the French countryside! What a beautiful home! The kitchen may be small, but the huge old hearth in the dining room is wonderful, and I love the old bathtub tucked into the bedroom, perfect for a long soak while reading a good book. Happy fall!
From the listing on Leggett:
In this beautiful and quiet location at the top of the Pays d’auge countryside, this 17th century farmhouse bordered by a river is ideal for a second home or for gites.
This Norman set has a main house (120 m²) which has kept all its authenticity, exposed beams, half-timbering, tiled paving stones and enjoys beautiful volumes to restore (190 m² usable).
On the ground floor: an entrance hall, a corridor, a kitchen, a storeroom, a room with a fireplace and heated by a wood stove.
Upstairs : a large bedroom with cupboards and a water point, a storage room, a small bedroom.
On the 2nd floor : an attic.
The cider press with its new roof (120 m² on the ground) can be converted into a nice relaxing area with a lot of potential.
Stone barn : 80 m ² on the floor
The cowshed with a floor area of 130 m² and its partially converted 60 m² floor is a building with water and electricity, can be converted into beautiful accommodation.
Finally the boiler room offers a smaller space of 30 m².
This farmhouse is surrounded by 6.6 hectares of adjoining land ideal for animals.
Charming asset and potential for a gite or other activity. To be discovered.