The house is in a stunning south facing position down a secluded fuscia- lined driveway and has a paved entrance, attractive garden, timber terrace and lawn leading directly to a causeway and beach with breathtaking sea views across the bay to St Vaast-la-Hougue and the historic Isle de Tatihou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This constantly changing panorama of sand, sea and sky, punctuated by seabirds, boats and beachcombers is mesmerising in its natural beauty. There are lovely clean, peaceful, sandy beaches on the doorstep which are perfect for sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and kitesurfing as well as rockpooling and sunbathing, so there's something for everyone. It is as close as you can get to the sea, offers the quintessential relaxed family holiday and must be a contender for one of the best views in France.
The whole house underwent a complete renovation in 2011 to a high specification and still retains an attractive stone roof, antique fireplace carved from local Caen limestone and a spiral wooden staircase which all add to it's character and charm.
The interior is stylishly decorated in shades of white and comfortably furnished to include twin leather sofas in the conservatory. Framed by huge bay windows, these are the perfect place to view the picturesque scenery, with its abundant wildlife and breathtaking sunsets, at any time of the year.
Living/dining room, wood burning stove, large bay window with sea views. French windows to terrace and garden. Kitchen/breakfast room, French windows to large stone terrace with pergola over. Utility, door to rear decking and beach access. Double bedroom (1.8m) with French windows to terrace, ensuite shower room/WC. Spiral staircase.
All bedrooms have sea views.
Master double bedroom(1.8m). Double bedroom (1.2m). Children's bunk bedroom (1 x 0.90m, 1 x 0.80m, 1 x bunk 0.70m).
Bathroom, separate shower, WC.
Partially enclosed grounds with flower beds and lawned areas. Pergola over stone terrace, timber decked outdoor dining and seating area, gas BBQ, sea views. Outdoor heated shower. Path to beach.
Parking for 3 cars.
The Beach House is 2.5 km from St Vaast La Hougue and it's marina, and 32km from the ferry connections at Cherbourg or 110km from Caen. The region attracts visitors internationally and is renowned for its gastronomy and oyster beds in particular. Golf, tennis, riding and good local restaurants are nearby, along with many sites of interest including Norman Churches and Cathedrals, the Bayeaux Tapestry (1hr), Mont St Michel (2hr), Normandy Landing Beaches and WWll Cemeteries and Museums within easy driving distance. There are supermarkets and amenities within 10 mins drive and local shops only 5 mins away. Many visit the historic landing beaches, museums and fortifications along the coast but as a tourist destination the area remains largely unspoilt.
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