This charming 19ᵉ century castle is located in Normandy, in the department of Eure, a few minutes from the historic town center of Pont-Audemer. Overlooking the Risle valley, the property extends over 2.7 hectares.
The house, built on a cellar, offers approximately 360 sqm of living space spread over 3 levels. The reception area – with its Hungarian point parquet flooring, wood paneling and moldings – includes, on either side of the entrance hall, a living room and a dining room opening onto the terrace with panoramic views of the countryside; the fitted kitchen is embellished with a central island. 3 beautiful bedrooms, each with bathroom, occupy the first floor; 3 additional bedrooms and a bathroom are on the second floor. A winter lounge on the ground floor completes the set. The habitat is equipped with central heating by heat pump and double glazing which provide real comfort in all seasons, and allow significant energy savings.
The castle is surrounded by a park with hundred-year-old trees extended by a hilly meadow, where sunny spaces follow shady passages.
This property benefits from direct access from Paris by the A13 motorway in 1h30; the seaside is 30 minutes away with Honfleur and Deauville.