Property For Sale La Chapelle-Yvon,France

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5 bed Property for sale

Stunning 5 Bed Manor House For Sale in La Chapelle Yvon Normandy

$362,535 | £260,783 | €300,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 2Baths 5Beds
Stunning 5 Bed Manor House For Sale in La Chapelle Yvon Normandy France

Esales Property ID: es5553764

Property Location

La Chapelle Yvon, Route de Torduet (D161) Left after 1km past crossroad
Manor House
La Chapelle Yvon

Property Details

With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, France is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment in this magnificent part of the world. This is a renovation project allot of the fixtures and fittings inside need replacing and the property needs a full refurbishment.

The property comprises of almost 4.44ha of a valley adjacent to the D161 which is off the D519 at La Chapelle Yvon, on the valley of the River Orbiquet where the southern flank is bordered by a forested hill created by the scree of the melted glacier at the end of the last ice age, ten thousand years ago. A long section of the River Orbiquet (stream about 1.5m across) is part of the property and is fed by the artesian waters seeping out of the base of the hill which supplies the water to the 17th century Manor House, excess running off to the stream. Possibility of commercially bottling artesian water.

There is a two floor (with large attic space) slate-roofed manor house with five bedrooms at the upper floor (two large, two medium and 1 small) and a large dining room with fireplace, a medium living room, a laundry room and a bathroom. There is a added extension in the south, which is the kitchen, a small toilet, a boiler room and a small conservatory in the river side. There is a large storage area and shed in the west separated by the car driveway, where wine and excess furniture used to be stored (now collapsed roof), another medium shed to the south for the tractors and garden tools etc. Further to the south there is a small ancient building in poor repair.

Over the river, there is a footbridge and upstream a sluice gate and a watermill with equipment to generate 1kw of electric power.

The famous cathedral town in Lisieux is only a 15-minute drive and the most famous beach resort of Deauville is an hour’s drive. Paris is a 2.5hrs drive. D-day landing beaches are in close proximity of this property.

The property is overgrown and in poor repair and is a full renovation project and the photos date back to when it was in good repair.


La Chapelle-Yvon is a former commune in the Calvados department in the Normandy region in northwestern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune of Valorbiquet.

Normandy has many charms, from the beautiful countryside and the lovely local architecture to the historic highlights such as Mont Saint Michel and Chateau Gaillard, and the attractive cliffs and beaches along the coast. important sights such as the Normandy Landing beaches and the Bayeux tapestry are also very popular and Normandy is truly a region with something for everyone!.

Map of Normandy Normandy is one of the great historic regions of France. In the Middle Ages, Normandy was one of the great dukedoms which, like Burgundy, rivalled in power and prestige with the kingdom of France. Indeed, the dukes of Normandy managed to achieve the same status as the kings of France, to whom they owed alliegance. Before he died, the king of England, Edward the Confessor, named his nephew William, duke of Normandy, as his successor. But after Harold, William’s cousin, took the English crown for himself, William invaded England in 1066, to assert his claim to a royal crown. The story of Harold and William the Conqueror is magnificently told in the historic Bayeux Tapestry, which can be visited in Bayeux, a few miles to the west of Caen.

With their historic links and their proximity, it is hardly surprising that the Normandy area has much in common with the south of England; the rolling countryside is not too different – fields and meadows bordered by hedges, even bluebell woods. Furthermore, the historic and vernacular styles of architecture are not too different either.


• 380m2 of living space
• 44400m2 plot room for development
• 5 Bedrooms
• 2 Bathrooms
• Stunning Views
• Private Garden
• Private Parking
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of France
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and cycling areas nearby
• Rental Potential through Airbnb and

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