- Walking distance to basic shops
- 7 acres of land
- 4 barns
- Good letting history
- Lovely views
- Close to ferry ports
This 3-bed Normandy farmhouse is set in lovely countryside within easy reach of shops and the coast. There is a large garden with lovely views, as well as several adjoining barns with conversion potential. The property has an excellent letting track record and is just 40min from the ferry port.
The house retains many of its original features with beamed ceilings, terracotta tiles, oak floors and original fireplaces.
The large fitted kitchen has bags of character and has a wood burner for the colder months. The window overlooks the fields at the front of the house. The sitting room is light, airy and has also has views to the front of the house. There is also a utility room and shower room on the ground floor.
Head up the curved staircase to the bedrooms, which all have the original oak flooring. There are 2 large double bedrooms and one single bedroom.
There is electric central heating throughout and septic tank drainage.
The property comes with a total of 7 acres of land (approx), which surround the house. The owners allow the local farmer to graze animals on some of the land, in exchange for cider! The property is gated and there is plenty of parking. Adjoining the main house are 4 barns, which the owners tell us are all structurally sound.
The property is located in a small and peaceful hamlet in the beautiful ‘Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin National Park’.
The local village, Remilly sur Lozon is a 15min walk (along country lanes) or a 4min drive. The village has two grocery shops, butchers, bakers, pharmacy, post office and library.
The larger town of St Lo is a 15min drive away. Here there are a good selection of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and a weekly market.
The peaceful sandy beaches of the west coast and the local historical towns of Carentan, Coutances and Bayeux are all within easy reach.
Being on the Cherboug Peninsula, you’re never far away from the beach or a great seafood restaurant serving locally caught fish. Wide, sandy beaches, dapper little ports and seaside resorts and empty roads through peaceful countryside. There are also plenty of medieval abbeys and cathedrals and of course the D-Day landing beaches. The ferry ports at Cherbourg and Caen are 40mins and 1hr away, respectively.
Please note: All room sizes are approximate. La Résidence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.