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Detached stone house to renovate with outbuildings and 3/4 acre of land



Property reference: SIF - 001847


  • Habitable Space: 37m²
  • Land Area: 3,403m²
  • Bedrooms: 0
  • Garden
  • Gite (or potential)
  • Off-road parking space
  • Outbuildings

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Detached stone house to renovate with outbuildings and 3/4 acre of land

This house is believed to have been built in 1847 and stands in a quiet position with no close neighbours.  It would originally have been two small single room dwellings with a barn in between and attached.  It now requires complete renovation.  Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential the property has to offer.

It is situated in the southwest of Normandy, near the borders of Manche and Calvados,  near the market town of Sourdeval. The town offers every amenity including two banks and supermarkets. Market day is held every Tuesday morning, as is the livestock market.  The beaches on the west coast are an hour’s drive away and Sourdeval is approximately 80 minutes drive from the port of Caen and an hour and forty minutes from Cherbourg. A little further afield are the D-Day landing beaches, the Mont St Michel.  The Lac de la Dathée, ideal for walking, fishing and boating, and an 18 hole golf course are within 15 minutes drive,  as is the Saint Sever forest.

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On the Ground Floor –

Living Room   6.70 x 5.56m   Window and partly glazed double doors to front elevation.  Concrete floor.  Exposed beams.  Granite fireplace.  Door to attached stables.

On the First Floor –

Loft area 6.70 x 5.56m.


3 Attached Stables to the rear of the property – overall 10.35 x 3.64m   Constructed of stone under a roof of Fibro cement.  Door to rear elevation.  WC.  Earth floor.

Attached Barn on 2 levels.  Access to loft.

Attached 2nd House   6.00 x 5.56m   Window and door to front elevation. Granite fireplace.

Attached Open-Fronted Car Port   6.58 x 4.03m

Attached to the west of stables – Stable 5.56 x 5.35m   Double wooden doors to front elevation.

The garden is laid to lawn surrounded by sheep fencing.  Mature trees and shrubs.

Attached to the rear of the house is a small storage room.

Barn   7.81 x 3.45m


Mains water and electricity are connected.  Telephone connection available. Drainage is to a septic tank, which will need replacing.  Wooden, single glazed windows.


Taxes Foncières : Approx 350€ per annum

Taxe d’habitation : Means tested

Asking price  : 65,000€ including Agency fees of 5,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 6,100€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling between € and € per year

Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023

Ref : SIF – 001847


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