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Located between Rouen and Honfleur, this amazing Anglo-Norman manor house is situated outside a village which offers the first shops and services. Rouen is only 27km away, Paris is very accessible, 1H 40 by the A13 motorway. The manor of about 700 sqm comprises: On the ground floor: Monumental living room of 6 m high ceiling with fireplace and balcony, bar and its boudoir, small living room 'billiard', dining room 'Monet', entrance and staircase, kitchen, dining area overlooking the large terrace and well, cellar, workshops, technical room, garages, laundry.Second entrance opening onto 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, toilets, staircase. On the first floor: distributed by several staircases, an apartment of 150sqm, a suite with office, dressing room, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, laundry room, large room, sports room with sauna. On the second floor: distributed by two staircases, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, toilets, kitchen and miscellaneous rooms.In the basement: on 200sqm, cellars and wine cellars. The outbuildings comprise: Heated swimming pool Tennis courtSauna and Jacuzzi A caretaker's house to renovate with 5 rooms, living area, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, toilets An annex house of 70sqm to renovate completely with 4 rooms. A garage for a car adjoining the caretaker's house A 3-car garage adjoining the annex house A woodshed covered in tiles A kennel A shelter for llamas A barn of 100sqm called house of llamas with hey storage Located in a dominant position of the Seine, the fully enclosed land of about 47,98 acres (19,42ha) is accessible by a beautiful alley of 450m long bordered with coniferous trees. One enters the property by a porch surrounded by two houses and at the back one can discover the amazing mansion. The land comprises : A park opening on beautiful perspectives, beautifully planted with various species such as oaks, beeches, maples and by small groves surrounded by lawns. The Seine river is visible from the mansion, many flower beds, a pool, a tennis court and the heated pool, decorate the immediate surroundings of the manor. The perfectly maintained wood is dotted with trails from where one can discover the Seine river. The meadows are situated on both sides of the entrance alley and below the property. They allow the llamas of the property to romp peacefully. The vegetable garden, squared with double well-trimmed box hedges, is no longer used today. Only the greenhouse at the end of the garden is in use.