Located in the historic centre of Bayeux, this bourgeois house built in 1842 offers a walled garden and a view of the cathedral.
An extension was built on one level in 1974. The property thus offers 9 main rooms with 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with a living area of 214 m2 (2,214 sq ft) spread over three floors.
The premises were completely renovated five years ago to provide the current comfort while preserving the old features: stone staircase, parquet flooring, fireplaces, beams and joists...
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, a very bright living room, a small lounge opening onto the garden, a 20 m2 fitted kitchen also opening onto the garden, a separate toilet and a laundry room. The small living room gives access to the extension which includes a lounge, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate toilet.
On the first floor by the stone staircase are two bedrooms, each with a full bathroom. One of the bedrooms gives access to a small room (spare bedroom or dressing room). The second floor is distributed in the same way.
The attic contains two attics and an old attic bedroom.
The garden is enclosed by high stone walls and by the extension. It has access to the street via a private covered passage.
Thanks to the configuration and the immediate proximity of the main attractions of Bayeux (shops, boutiques, restaurants, museums, cathedral), the residence is equally suitable for a family home or a guest house.