This house signed Darblay & Wood is located in the village of Saint-Hymer, 10 mn from Pont-L’Évêque. Surrounded by a meadow of 2 ha, in the hilly countryside of the Pays d’Auge, and close to the famous stud farm Bouquetot, it enjoys an extremely quiet and preserved environment. Built in 2010 in the style of an American “Barn Home”, its atmosphere is reminiscent of those of the Cape Cod houses painted by Edward Hopper.
Both sober and elegant, its interior design favors volumes and light. Great care has been taken in the choice of materials and finishes. The thermal and acoustic insulation is maximum, which contributes to a real comfort of modern life. Exposed to the east and south, the living room allows you to enjoy the sunrise and enjoys a beautiful sunshine throughout the day. Dining room and American kitchen form a friendly living space facing south and east with access to the terrace. One bedroom and en suite bathroom complete the ground floor. The floor houses: a master suite with dressing room and bathroom, 3 bedrooms, one bathroom, and a large room used as a games room or TV lounge.
The proximity to Pont-l’Évêque allows one to benefit from the dynamism of the famous Augeronne common. High place of trade during the Middle Ages, crossroads of exchanges between Paris and Normandy, Pont-L’Évêque knew how to develop over time. Quality shops, extensive transport network with the A13 motorway, the SNCF train station and Saint-Gatien airport, Saint-Julien golf course, Côte Fleurie 10 mnn, are all advantages that you can enjoy.