Located near Lisieux, this norman manor built on top of a hill enjoys an exceptional view over the hilly countryside of the Pays d’Auge. The property bordered by a river extends over more than five hectares of meadow and woodland.
The ground floor of the house comprises in its eastern side, the oldest part of the house, built around chimneys, a living room and a dining room; on the west side a living room and an equipped kitchen; the first floor is composed of four bedrooms of which three with room of showers. A fifth bedroom and a beautiful bathroom occupy the second floor.
The manor has been renovated in accordance with its architecture, its materials, and its interior layout of origins. The roof is recent in small tiles with copper gutters; lovely old floor tiles on the ground floor. Three monumental chimneys decorate the dwelling; the joists and beams are visible. The comfort is ensured by double glazed wooded windows and an oil central heating.
A very well maintained park with various species surrounds the manor in front of which extends to the south a terrace extended by a vast lawn in direction of the meadows and woods of the property.