Set among horse farms and near Pont l'évêque. Barnes is advertising a Neo-Norman property dating from 2000, designed by the "Charles Lebas? construction firm and built in stone and half-timbering. Featuring elegant amenities, no noise disturbance, and a panoramic view over the valley and the horses. The house is composed of a hall leading to a dining room adjoining the fitted and equipped kitchen with a dining area, a toilet with a wash basin, and a laundry/boiler room. A second entrance opens onto a living room with a soaring ceiling and a stone and brick wood burning stove, a master suite on the same level featuring a walk-in wardrobe, a bath/shower room and a toilet. A first oak staircase leads to a landing providing access to two bedrooms, a separate toilet, and a bathroom. A second oak staircase in the lounge provides access to a small study or extra bedroom. 8X4m (26ftx13ft) heated pool, a building used as a garage, a wood shelter, a workshop, and a cellar are also included.
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