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Meulles, Calvados
€159 000

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  • Spacious, light and airy accommodation.
  • Potential to operate bed and breakfast.
  • Potential to create a gite.
  • Paddock, potential to acquire land.
  • Village location, tranquil setting
  • DPE = maison secondaire

A four bedroom and four bathroom maison de maitre constructed in the 19th Century,with workshops and a paddock, this pretty house is a short walk from a village with bakery and is set within the beautiful Pays-D'Auge countryside.

The main part of the house has accommodation on three floors plus there is an attached, single storey wing that offers a large workshop/garage and second workshop. This could be developed to provide further living accommodation or a stand alone gite, subject, as always, to the usual consents. The house is set within 3756m2 of land which includes a separate paddock. It is understood that additional land may be available, subject to further inquiries, giving the house and workshops equestrian or smallholding potential.

This character filled house has previously been a successfully bed and breakfast business and has been a spacious family home. The property has a light and airy atmosphere with high ceilings and double aspect windows looking across the beautiful local countryside. It is set along a quiet lane and enjoys peace whilst not being isolated. Just a two minute walk to the village, it is located between the historic market towns of Orbec and Vimoutiers.


The Pays D’Auge is a beautiful region with a rolling landscape, wide valleys and small rivers; a rural tapestry with apple orchards, spotted Normandy cows and quaint small villages and medieval towns. The pretty medieval town of Orbec is within about 10 minutes of the house and offers all the necessary facilities with bars, restaurants, bakers butchers, super market and sporting facilities. There are many events, particularly in the Summer. Orbec is undergoing a significant regeneration investment. The beautiful Normandy coast is within an hour. Boasting the world famous resorts of Deauville and Honfleur, it is a popular region for tourism. The area is noted for equestrian pursuits and the National Stud is located within the region.


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13' 5'' x 14' 1'' (4.1m x 4.3m)

High ceiling, original tiled floor and double aspect windows. Impressive marble fireplace with a 14 kw wood burning stove. Views to the garden and paddock to the rear.

Dining room

14' 1'' x 11' 10'' (4.3m x 3.6m)

High ceiling and double aspect windows. Tiled floor and brick fireplace with a wooden surround. Doors gives access to the rear hall, front entrance and original wooden staircase to the first floor.


19' 8'' x 8' 6'' (6m x 2.6m)

High ceiling and a tiled floor. Fitted units with appliances. Original beams and a view of the garden. A door leads to a separate utility room.

Utility room

Containing the central heating boiler, water heater and a toilet.

Rear hall

Tiled floor and original oak staircase accessing the first floor. A door giving access to the rear garden and paddock areas.


Reached via the original oak staircase to the original wooden floored landing.

Bedroom 1

8' 6'' x 8' 6'' (2.6m x 2.6m)

Original wooden floor and view of the garden.


7' 3'' x 11' 2'' (2.2m x 3.4m)

Original wooden floor with bath (shower over), sink and toilet. Tiled walls and an original store cupboard.

Bedroom 2 and en-suite

14' 1'' x 11' 10'' (4.3m x 3.6m)

Double aspect windows providing views to the front and rear. Original marble fireplace and built in cupboard. Feature bed and additional cupboards in oak. Carpeted. Access to en suite with shower/toilet and hand basin.

Access from the landing to the second floor via a wooden staircase.


Landing area with separate access to two further bedrooms.

Bedroom 3 with en suite

13' 1'' x 13' 1'' (4m x 4m)

Original wooden floor and view of the paddock to the rear. En suite with shower, toilet and hand basin.

Bedroom 4 with en suite

13' 1'' x 13' 1'' (4m x 4m)

Original wooden floor and view of the paddock to the rear. En Suite with shower, toilet and hand basin.


A large workshop/garage which provides garaged parking for three cars plus workshop facilities. There is access via a ladder to a loft area which is extensive and could be converted to further useful accommodation. This entire area could be converted to a stand alone gite (subject to consents). Light and power is available.


The front garden is largely grassed and is planted with a number of trees, mature shrubs and borders. There is a pleasant patio area with views of the fields beyond and a large gravelled parking area that can accommodate up to 6 vehicles giving access to the lane through the gated entrance. To the rear is a grassed area and separate paddock.


There may be a possibility to acquire further land by separate negotiation.


Oil fired central heating and a wood burning stove.

Septic tank drainage

Approx.habitable area = 130m2

Approx. total land area = 3756m2

Recent tax fonciere = 540 euros

The cadastral plan and full diagnostics pack is available for inspection.

Closest shops and services

A two minute walk to the village where there is a small shop with baker. Also there is a hairdresser and school.

Ref 10750
Meulles 14290
County: Calvados
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 10750
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