Ref. 3457 Charming Listed Manor to renovate at 45km from Deauville This charming listed manor is located in the West of the Eure, on the borders of Calvados, not far from the Risle valley and its main community of Pont-Audemer, where shops and services are fully present. This remarkable building, in its private environment, is perfectly and quickly connected to the highway and railway services, thus attracting enthusiasts looking for the perfect second home. The main building dates from the reign of Henry IV. Under Louis XIII, this building received 4 powerful round towers in brick, with a bartizan roof. A fifth blind bell tower, containing the wooden spiral staircase, is the completion of the building in the 17th C.. The facades are made of timber framed in brick; the windows are framed by pilasters with capitals. The interior of the manor has not undergone any major changes; of about 230sqm, it is distributed as follows: On the ground floor: a main entrance on the left on a large paneled room, decorated with a high sculpted stone fireplace. On its right, 2 rooms in a row, with fireplaces. Presence of a small cellar, original foundation of the manor. The entrance gives access to the staircase implanted in the most imposing turrets; it opens on the first floor on a long transversal corridor serving 3 main rooms adorned with stone fireplaces, and a central room, ideal for a future bathroom. Attic on the whole. Note that each level access to the turrets, to consider some bucolic amenities... 5 outbuildings, including a press room and 4 half-timbered houses of various sizes, used as storage, sheepfolds, workshop... The largest outbuilding could be rehabilitated in annex house after renovation. The property and outbuildings are implanted on a land of 8 acres (3 ha 44), relatively flat. The land is covered with grass, with some trees, including fruit trees. The manor house and all the annex buildings are registered on the Additional Inventory of Historic Monuments.