Superb Long House in Les Rotours Normandy France. Superb Long House in Les Rotours Normandy France Euroresales Property ID – 9824193 Property information: This 200 year old long house/barn measuring approx. 25m long x 5m wide is situated in the quiet hamlet of Les Rotours, Swiss Normandy and is housed in 1 hectre of land. Access to the property is via 100m long driveway off a country land. The property has undergone extensive development including a complete new roof, double glazed windows and stable front doors. One third of the property has been converted into a holiday apartment (Gite). This consists of one large bedroom, open plan lounge and modern fitted kitchen, with French doors to the rear of the property. The bathroom consists of shower, toilet and sink. The Gite has its own wood burning stove. Hot water is via the immersion heater The main part of the property has been refurbished to first fix including staircase to 2 large bedrooms both en-suite and with large dormer and velux windows. One of the large bedrooms has been plaster-boarded and has hot and cold feed for the bathroom. Other information: Communal Fees (per year): 1500 No. of Beds: 3 No. of Reception Rooms: 2 Floor Space (metres squared): 450m2 Furnished: Negotiable Garden: Private Plot (metres squared): 1x1 hectare =10 000 m2 Covered area (metres squared): 250m2 Parking: Off Street Parking View: Country Orientation: South Distance from Sea: 30 mins Distance from Airport: 45 mins Distance from Main Attraction: 45 mins About the area: The property boundary is lined with fir trees and laurel bushes making this extremely private. Les Rotours is a former commune in the Orne department in north-western France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune of Putanges-le-Lac. Situated within Normandy which is one of the 18 regions of France, roughly corresponding to the historical Duchy of Normandy. Domestic architecture in upper Normandy is typified by half-timbered buildings that also recall vernacular English architecture, although the farm enclosures of the more harshly landscaped Pays de Caux are a more idiosyncratic response to socio-economic and climatic imperatives.