This property is located between Paris and Vernon, in the Parc Régional du Vexin, 20 km (12.5 miles) from Giverny, not far from all shops and services in a small village. It features an ancient 12th century listed priory, with a 18th century wing and many outbuildings set around a courtyard (including a 15th century dovecote and buildings devoted to an ancient farm) with around 5,000 sq. mt. (i.e. 53,800 sq. ft.) of landscaped grounds.
|The ancient priory with a "L" shape opens onto an inner courtyard.|
The priory was erected during the 12th century with a "L" shape. It is made of stone with a tiled roof and has been entirely restored (roof, walls and inner decoration). In very good general condition, it offers c.a. 240 sq. mt. (2,582 sq. ft.) of living space for 2 levels plus vaulted cellars and attics. An additional wing was added during the 18th century. It is in good general condition (structural work entirely redone) and inner decoration in the process of being done (inner walls, floors and staircase). It offers c.a. 200 sq. mt. (2,152 sq. ft.) of living space for 2 levels plus attics.
|The priory and the adjoining 18th century wing (on the right hand side).|
|The south-eastern back side opening onto the grounds.|
The ground floor of the priory offers a beautiful vaulted bedroom (44 sq. mt., 473 sq. ft.) with tiled floor, an adjoining renewed bathroom and a boiler room. A listed stone outdoor staircase leads to a landing distributing, on the 1st floor, a large reception room (88 sq. mt., 947 sq. ft.) with ancient tiled floor, a monumental stone fireplace and a mezzanine, then a second bedroom (50 sq. mt., 538 sq. ft.) with exposed beams and stones, tiled floor and a bathroom. A period door made of oak leads to a staircase and an attic offering additional space.
|An additional building adjoined to the priory.||The southern side of the 18th century wing.|
Next to the listed staircase, a Romanesque stone gate, also listed, leads to the large reception room.
|On the front side of the priory, an ancient listed Romanesque gate, and the stone staircase also listed.|
|The large living room in the priory with a mezzanine.|
|The entrance door opening onto the listed staircase.||The stone monumental fireplace.|
The ground floor of the 18th century wing is divided into a pretty recently redone housing (39 sq. mt., 419 sq. ft. with a bedroom, a bathroom and an equipped kitchen) and a larger part in the process of being finished (including a living room). The 1st floor, also to be redone, offers a large room (60 sq. mt., 645 sq. ft.), a bedroom and a bathroom. There is also an attic (c.a. 100 sq. mt., 1,076 sq. ft.)
|A bedroom in the priory (on the 1st floor).|
The ancient priory and the 18th century wing benefit from a central oil heating system and new wiring and plumbing.
|The second bedroom, with an adjoining bathroom.|
The property includes many outbuildings. A first building on the western side of the priory (the last building on this side is not for sale) was an ancient cow-shed offering c.a. 45 sq. mt. (484 sq. ft.) for 2 levels. The other buildings were forming a farm around a courtyard surrounding a dovecote. The 1st barn was recently converted, on the ground floor, into a housing (115 sq. mt., 1,237 sq. ft. for a large living room, an opened kitchen, a bedroom and a boiler room). There are also another 2-level barn, a third barn with high ceilings, and garages.
|A first outbuilding (with a housing on the ground floor).||Two other perpendicular barns around the courtyard.|
A 15th century dovecote stands in the middle of the courtyard, with a stone vaulted ceiling and a 1st floor.
|The 15th century dovecote.||The garages.|
The grounds are entirely fenced and offer 1 ha (2.48 acres) with around 5,000 sq. mt. (i.e. 53,800 sq. ft.) of landscaped grounds with an orchard, a river, a small pond and several springs.
|The grounds with stone walls, several springs and a small pond.|
A genuine property in beautiful surroundings at the gates of Paris...
Price: 1 474 000 EUR. (Converting this price into another currency...)
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