Located 5 min from the village of Livarot, nestled at the end of the path lined with meadows, this Normandy cottage, entirely timber-framed, dates back to the 16th century for the oldest part.
The reception area is in one piece and extends over approximately 70 m² with open kitchen and bar; it is embellished with a monumental stone fireplace to the east, and a brick fireplace to the west. The ground floor also houses a bedroom and 2 bathrooms. The 1st floor includes 2 mezzanines, 3 bedrooms, and a bathroom. A garden faces the house, towards the south, it is extended by 2 paddocks, about 1,5 ha each. A half-timbered outbuilding and 4 boxes complete the ensemble.
This bucolic place was once the residence of a descendant of the writer Charles Dickens. In the heart of the Pays-d’Auge countryside, the property enjoys a quiet and unspoilt environment, ideal for weekends and holidays. The Lisieux train station, reachable in 20 min, allows to reach Paris by train in 1h40.