Reception Rooms: 3
Land: 2 ha
This charming Château is in an ideal position, only 12km from the pretty port of Dieppe where the ferry from Brighton docks (UK) ,and 180 km from Paris. It is in the heart of a small village (500 inhabitants) between the Alabaster Coast and the park of Boucles de la Seine. Amenities are just 4 km away.
The Château (approx. 600m2 of living space);
This beautiful property is shielded behind a pretty brick wall and is rather unique in style for the region. It was built in the 1830s with a Mediterranean red tiled roof, balconies and terraces. It is refined and elegant throughout with plenty of original features (marble fireplaces, wood panelling, coffered ceilings, marquetry flooring (which is believed to have been rescued from the Château des Tuileries fire in 1871).
Ground floor (accessed via a stone door step): entrance hall with staircase, large music room (35 m2), large salon (52m2), dining room, office, bedroom giving on to a terrace, small bedroom, library, conservatory, second entrance, service staircase, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, W.C.
First floor: landing, antechamber, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dressing room, linen room.
On the north side of the property there are 90 m2 of utility rooms and bedrooms to renovate.
Basement: cellars with former kitchens, boiler room and other rooms.
Garage with room for 2 cars under the terrace
80 m2 outbuilding to be renovated, presently in use as a wood shed.
A shaded avenue leads to the 2ha park with its French garden, boxwoods, alley of Italian cypress, flowerbeds that surround the property. The ponds and fountains are also home to white swans and are supplied by a very old well (2m in diameter). There is an English garden as well with mature trees (lime trees, elms & purple beeches) and a vegetable garden.
The property underwent major renovation works in 1976. These could do with upgrading and finishing.