Normandy | Beautiful 5 Bedroom Norman house with Swimming Pool in Saint-Ouen-de-Thouberville
Co-Ownership Property | Pay a fraction of the price | Pay a fraction of the running costs and taxes | The new way to own a Second Home
Beautiful Norman half-timbered house of 292m², surrounded by a garden of 4914m².
On the ground floor, the entrance opens on one side to a modern kitchen itself opens to the spacious dining room, and on the other side to a small living room with a fireplace. Following the living room, you will find a large room of 80m² converted into a games room and a large living room.
The floor is divided into two parts accessible by two different staircases.
The one at the entrance gives access to a master suite with a dressing room, private bathroom and balcony overlooking the garden. Two bedrooms, a toilet and a bathroom complete this level.
From the large living room, the second staircase leads to two bedrooms with private bathrooms.
The covered and heated swimming pool is located in an independent building guaranteeing maximum security.
The last building houses the double garage, with an independent WC and upstairs a beautiful home cinema area.
Spacious Norman house with covered and heated swimming pool. In the heart of Normandy, just a few kilometres from Rouen.
Property surface: 292m²
4 Common living rooms
Swimming pool Garden Garage Car Park
Indoor swimming pool | Large living room | Home cinema | Wine cellar
An architect and interior designer will completely renovate this already superb property to the highest standards (photos of interiors are before renovation).
Co-Ownership, you pay a fraction of the price | You pay a fraction of the running costs and taxes| The clever way to own a second home
Saint-Ouen-de-Thouberville, Eure, France
From the cliffs of the Côte d’Albâtre to the Cotentin marshes, from the Normandy bocage to the loops of the Seine and the plains of Caen and Vexin, Normandy is full of landscapes of exceptional diversity and singular beauty. The region is also rich in fascinating history, from the Vikings to the D-Day landings of June 1944. Its varied landscapes its abundant architectural, cultural, historical and environmental heritage make Normandy one of the most visited French regions.
Its historic capital, Rouen, is a city with many facets and surprising dynamism; it can be discovered through its cobbled streets and its unique heritage. Classified as a “City of Art and History”, Rouen impresses with the many traces of its medieval past, which are reminiscent of the history of France.