Semi-detached house in good condition, views over the Regional Park.
Traditional house, entirely renovated, situated in Regional Park of the Cotentin and Bessin Marshes. Enjoying elevated views to the rear of the property across the marshes. Further benefiting from a garage, separate garden shed and approx. 2100 m2 of land laid out as pretty gardens and south facing terrace 150m2. The interior is spacious with approx. 151m2 of living space.
Completely renovated character house comprising: Living room 60m2, 2 bathrooms, conservatory, fitted kitchen (plus Professional Kitchen with 5 hobs and 2 ovens) on the ground floor, 4 bedrooms including a ground floor terrace of 150m2 facing south, garage, courtyard.
All on a plot of 2100m2 in the Regional Natural Park of Cotentin and Bessin.
House 7 Room (s) 200 m2, Land 2157 m2, 4 Bedrooms.
Situated in the National Regional Park of the Cotentin and Bessin Marshes, 5 kms from Periers (town with shops, schools and amenities, 70 km from Cherbourg)
Arranged over two floors, the accommodation comprises;
Fitted kitchen with tiled floor and doors to rear patio/bbq area
Living/dining room with wood burning stove (60m2), double doors opening out onto terrace and garden
Winter garden with stairs leading to first floor
Bedroom (16.7m2) Bedroom (13,6m2) Bedroom (13,6m2) Bathroom (5.5m2)
South facing patio 150m2, courtyard to the front with access to double garage, garden shed. Total land 2157m2.
Ready to move into
All waters septic tank
Double glazed windows (wood and PVC) Built in 1984
Heat exchange central heating system Wood burning stove
Annual energy bills approx 1117 euros a year
Habitation tax : +/- 550 euros a year
Taxe foncière : +/- 680 euros a year
The department of Manche is in Lower Normandy and is bordered with Calvados, Orne, Mayenne and Ille-et-Vilaine. The English Channel in the west, north and north-west coastlines makes getting here to its many ports very easy from the UK. There is also an airport in Caen and many others are easily accessible in the surrounding regions such as Rennes airport.
History is all over the department through its museums and heritage, discovering the local traditions and culture as well as Chateaux, religious monuments, water mills, maritime sites and gardens is easy to do. The biggest “must-do” is a visit to Mont Saint Michel.
Tourism plays a major role in the economy of the department which is fine because there is so much to see and do.
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