This "longere" style stone and cob house is in need of some modernisation. It sits at the end of a no-through lane and is enclosed by fields on three sides, its tranquillity belies the fact that it is within five minutes walk from the village of ceptively spacious inside it offers an entrance hall off which is the kitchen, inner hallway and large drawing room with feature fireplace and original tiled floor. In addition there is an office and separate dining room leading into a bedroom, also on the ground floor is a separate wc and shower-room. On the first floor are three bedrooms and two bathrooms together with a mezzanine level.The garden is south facing with mature leylandii hedging, the concrete drive-way, which separates the house from the garden, leads to the separate garage and provides access to the barn space at the end of the property.The village of Graignes is well known in the area and played its part during the liberation of France in 1944. Whilst only having around 700 inhabitants it does have its own bakery and grocery store as well as a bar.The Cotentin Peninsular was made famous because of its geographical location during the liberation of France in 1944 and there are many museums dedicated to this event. The landing beaches of Utah and Omaha are within easy reach and you are never more than thirty minutes' drive from the sea. The Manche has many dedicated cycle tracks and an active and outdoor lifestyle is positively encouraged and catered for.
Price € 110,000
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