Overlooking the bay of Arromanches, this property of nearly 9,000 m2 enjoys a view of the sea, the cliffs and the village. Built under the reign of Napoleon III, in 1860, the mansion offers 230 m2 of living space for 11 rooms including 8 bedrooms. A timeless charm emanates from this imposing residence. The high ceilings, the parquet floors, the woodwork, the fireplaces and the old-fashioned windows give the house its cachet.
On the first floor, the entrance distributes on one side a living room and on the other a dining room, a kitchen and a scullery. A beautiful wooden staircase leads to the second floor, which has three bedrooms, a bathroom and a dressing room. A long corridor leads to a small attic room, a bedroom, a shower room and a bathroom. On the second floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The attic can be converted.
The outbuildings include a janitor's house to be renovated, as well as a workshop. The park has a surface of 8 841 m2 and is partly wooded.
The situation allows to go to the beach or to the village on foot. The dynamic cities of Bayeux and Caen are respectively 10 and 35 kilometers away. Thanks to its location, its numerous rooms and the potential offered by the janitor's house, the property is ideal as a family home or guest house. 3D virtual tour available on request, please contact us.