The Domaine of the Manor of Commes

HISTORY OF THE MANOR

The stables and shed date back to the 16th century and were most probably a press and a cellar at the outset, and the main manor house was built in the first half of the 18th century. 

In 1765, the owner, Mr. Subtil, Lord of Commes and of the Port, redeveloped the garden, and added an exedra with a moat, which appear on the land register of 1809.  

In 1871, there was a plan to rebuild the stairway in the main house for Mr. De Saint-Louet, by Charles le Verrier, architect from Bayeux, which was never carried out. 

The manor was then bought by Jules Heuzey who had it completely transformed by Auguste Duvert and Adrien Hamlin, architects from Paris, 

At the same time, the stables and storage shed were redesigned as well as the caretaker’s cottage and gardens, and new buildings were added: the billiards room, now called the Normandy House, the Orangery and the kiosk. 

The tower and entrance gate were added between 1910 and 1914.

THE DOMAINE DU MANOIR

A residential development comprising 23 plots on the edge of the manor house and its grounds.

The plots within this development benefit from a beautiful environment. A green space edged by a park to the east, hedgerows to the north, south and west, with a stream cutting through. The development makes up a coherent and complementary real estate project, and its geographical location, its proximity to the port, is an ideal spot.

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THE DOMAINE DU MANOIR of Commes

The surroundings bordering the development, the Normandy house, the Manor House, the Orangery and the Tower

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The beauty and rareness of he Domaine will astound you

With its historical architecture and wooded gardens you will find a mixture of peace and elegance

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A glance at the Manor

The Normandy house

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The tower

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The Manor House

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