REDUCED in price - Come and discover this 19th Century Manor House of more than 158 m2 living space on 5 levels which benefits from an unobstructed view of the sea and the seaside resort of Granville, Wow what a location.
It is located near the heart of Granville and the beach, it consists of a living room of 16m2 and another living room with a double exposure (high ceilings). This bright house is also organised as follows: an office, a kitchen and four bedrooms (between 9 and 14 m2). It also has a bathroom with wc, two toilets and a laundry room. It also has a hall and two landings.
The house is equipped with gas radiators.
To the 5 levels of this accommodation is added a cellar of 17.5 m2.
It is a 4 storey terraced house built in 1920. The exterior of the house is in good condition but the interior needs work.
Great potential Possibility of separating the house to make apartments (two existing individual entrances).
Possibility of acquiring two additional garages.
Nearby: train station, schools, markets, shops, cinema, post office, theatre and restaurants.
Fees charged to: Purchaser
Surface: 158 m2
Number of rooms: 10
Number of bedrooms: 4
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of toilets: 3
Living room: 16 m2
Land area: 83 m2
Number of levels: 5
Kitchen: Independent fitted and equipped
Type of parking: Outdoor
Number of cellars: 17
Heating: Individual Radiator
Heating method: Gazdeville
Sanitation: Everything has sewer
General condition: Good condition
Interior condition: To refresh
Exterior condition: Good
Distance to shops: 0 km
Distance to sea: 0 km
Year of completion: 1920.
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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