'La Pelleterie' has a label from 'Fondation du Patrimoine (French Heritage Foundation)
17th century manor with quality appointments on over 2ha of greenery.
Exceptional environment, panoramic views of the Clecy cliffs (listed), close to riverbank.
Fully renovated by an architect with a contemporary style.
1st floor: lounge, open plan fitted kitchen, large living room with monumental fireplace.
2nd floor : very large parental suite with large bathroom
3rd:floor 2 delightful bedrooms + a cathedral bathroom, + a study room.
4th floor : very large bedroom with 1 queen bed and 2 single beds + suite bathroom.
Beautiful outbuildings on each side of a vast courtyard : Covered outdoor swimming pool with terrace. The pool is heated from April to September and the price includes its use only in July and August. Free access from April to June then on September but no garantee of its use. Traditional bread oven, horses barns with paddock, wood shed, small pavilion and a 2 cars garage.
The manor is close to one of the most beautiful natural golf courses in France. An heaven of peace for golfers, Clecy stretches along the top of a hillside and offers you a magnificent bird’s eye view of Swiss Normandy, richly wooded and undulating. The 6km of fairways with a18 holes course will put you in perfect harmony with nature.
The winding course of the River Orne is a paradise for water-borne exploration, where canoeing fans or anglers taking pike, trout or perch are in their element.
The pleasures of La Suisse Normande extend a long way beyond its rivers... hikers, horse riders and mountain bikers enjoy its high ground, while rock-climbing experts head for the rocks in the Clecy Parks.
Normandy is a heaven for food lovers and visitors seeking authentic culinary experiences. Apples feature heavily in the local traditional drinks. Normandy’s cheese board is of the most impressive in France, produced in a variety of different shapes and sizes, Camembert, Pont-L’Evêque and Livarot.... Normandy is a paradise for meat eaters but with its extensive coastline, seafood is also one of Normandy’s specialities, from scallops, to mussels and oysters. Oysters are classified, like cheeses and wines, with their own AOC (Controlled Origin Name).
If the property is full, maybe have a look on another one we just open to the public in Madagascar : https://www.homeaway.co.uk/p1694408?uni_id=3268669