Property For Sale Normandie Basse,France

For sale by real estate agent - Normandie Basse

2 bed Property for sale

Superb 2 Bed House in Normandie Basse France

$76,223 | £61,206 | €69,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 0Baths 2Beds
Superb 2 Bed House in Normandie Basse France
Euroresales Property iD - 9824898
Property information:
Approx. 200 year old Stone built property. This is a terraced house with an alley way accessing a courtyard suitable for family al fresco dining with a cave/ shed.
The house is a lovely low maintenance 2 large bedroom home over 3 floors.
There is a good size tiled bathroom on the first floor as well as a toilet downstairs.
The kitchen is a small tiled corner kitchen in the ground floor living area.
The house would come negotiable to be furnished.
Shutters on most windows and house is in immaculate condition with some insulation and lovely wooden flooring upstairs.
Heating is all individual electric wall mounted heaters.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Normandie Basse France.
Other information:
No. of Beds: 2
No. of Reception Rooms: 1
Floor Space (metres squared): 65m
Furnished: Negotiable
Plot (metres squared): 90m
Parking: Street Parking
No of Outbuildings: 1
View: Urban
Orientation: South-East
Distance from Sea: 1 hour
Distance from Airport: 1.5 Hours +
Distance from Golf: 15 mins
Distance from Main Attraction: 45 mins
About the area:
Lower Normandy is a former administrative region of France.
On 1 January 2016, Lower and Upper Normandy merged becoming one region called Normandy.
The region included three departments, Calvados, Manche and Orne, that cover the part of Normandy traditionally termed "Lower Normandy" lying west of the Dives River, the Pays d'Auge (except a small part remaining in Upper Normandy), a small part of the Pays d'Ouche (the main part remaining in Upper Normandy), the Norman Perche, and part of the "French" Perche. it covers 10,857 km2, 3.2 percent of the surface area of France.
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