Located in the nearby countryside of Pont-L’Évêque, this domain is emblematic of Norman architecture and the traditional habitat of the Pays-d’Auge. Wood, brick, slate, stone and flint were used to build the seven buildings between the 16th and 19th centuries. They are surrounded by a generous orchard on 1,5 ha. The current owners, who fell under the charm of the property thirty years ago, have managed to preserve its authenticity, while carrying out major renovation works. Three outbuildings have been converted into houses, the garden has received special attention and passion.
The mansion is bathed in light throughout the day thanks to its many openings and its triple exposure. Clay floor tiles, parquet, exposed beams and stone fireplace give it a cozy atmosphere. Its living space of 210 m² is spread over 3 levels. The ground floor comprises: a living room with a monumental fireplace, a dining room, a small living room and a kitchen. The 1st floor houses a master suite, 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. One bedroom occupies the 2nd floor of 30 m².
The former cider press of the estate has been renovated and furnished in the spirit of New York lofts: minimalist atmosphere, walls of red brick or painted white, exposed beams, large windows, monumental volumes. Its surface is of 200 m² spread over 2 levels. The reception area, in one room consists of an entrance, a large living room with fireplace, and a dining room; the ground floor also includes: a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. On the first floor is a suite. Part garage completes the building.
Probably dating back to the 16th century, a charming half-timbered building with original stone and flint base is converted into a cozy guest house. It offers a living area of 52 m² comprising: a living room with kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom.
The estate also includes a caretaker’s house, a half-timbered barn, an outbuilding in brick and flint, and a collection of outbuildings surrounding the pool, all harmoniously distributed through the orchard. A kitchen garden decorates the house and its terrace extended to the lawn.
5 mn from Pont-l’Évêque, you benefit from the dynamism of the famous Augeronne town and its many advantages: quality shops, extensive transport network with the A13 motorway, the SNCF train station and Saint-Gatien airport but also the golf of Saint-Julien and Côte Fleurie 10 mn.