Set in the sought-after sector of St Etienne du Rouvray. Very good location, near downtown, school, railway station, school. commercial zone. Rouen is only 8 kms.
Large house of 210 sqm, ideal for a large family, including:
Ground Floor: entrance hall leading to a dining room and living room of 55 m2, fitted kitchen, separate toilet, utility room, staircase.
1st Floor: hall, 1 corridor, 1 parental bedroom with bathroom and shower, washbasin.
Office or dressing.
2 bedrooms, one very large.
1 single toilet, 1 bathroom.
The 2nd Floor: 2 bedrooms, attic playroom.
Basement with 3 cellars, ideal for wine.
Central heating with gas, double glazed windows.
All on a plot of 1521 sqm.
The department of Seine Maritime comprises three very distinct sections: Normandy's dramatic northern coastline, home not only to major ports like Dieppe and Le Havre but also to such delightful resorts as Etretat; the meandering course of the River Seine, where unchanged villages stand both up and downstream of the provincial capital of Rouen; and the flat chalky Caux plateau, which makes for pleasant cycling.
From Calais, the first resort you reach in the Seine Maritime is Le Treport with its fishing harbour, beach and some of the highest white cliffs in France. In the 19th Century it was much frequented by Parisians who mostly travelled there by train. Inland the charming town of Neufchatel-en-Bray, renowned for its heart shaped cheese, is the capital of the Bray region and has an impressive church and the Chateau de Mesnieres whilst the lively spa town of Forges-les-Eaux has a casino and pottery museum.
Dieppe in particular offers a much more appealing introduction to France than its counterparts further north in Picardy, and with the impressive white cliffs of the aptly named Cote d'Albatre (Alabaster Coast) stretching away to either side it could easily serve as the base for a long stay. The most direct route to Rouen from here is simply to head due south, but it's well worth tracing the shore all the way west to Le Havre, and then following the Seine inland.
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