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Deauville,  Normandy,  France
3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House

Established rental on holiday lets with manager. to carry on. A lovely very well kept home located a few minutes from the seaside, in a private residence with heated communal swimming pool and security guard. 3 bedrooms 2 doubles and 1 room 2 singles , 2 bathrooms. We are situated in a beautiful hamlet called St Arnoult yet only 2.


Cahan,  Normandy,  France
2 Bedroom Detached House Outbuilding

Stone built with slate roof and large outbuilding. House renovated to a good standard, outbuilding has electricity, water easily connected, easy potential to convert into living area. New flooring throughout, also two garages at each end of the outbuilding. The house has all the amenities, electric, mains water and a septic tank.


Magneville,  Normandy,  France
4 Bedroom Detached House Stables

Farmhouse dating back to the 19th century and totally rebuilt by the previous owners in the 1980s.


Champrepus,  Normandy,  France
6 Bedroom Country House Multiple Barns

An individual, substantial detached 6 bedroom Farmhouse or “Maison de Maître”. Located on a quiet lane, the house is South facing and stands in large gardens and grounds of approx. 1.85 acres bordered by countryside.


St-Jores,  Normandy,  France
5 Bedroom Detached House

SPECIAL OFFER This listing expires in mid May and we intend to withdraw the property from sale at that time. Until then we are offering to include most of the furniture and fittings so that it can be occupied and comfortable immediately. Other furniture may be available to purchase at prices to be agreed.

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Normandy Introduction

The Land of the Normans corresponds to that area of northern France between the Paris basin and the English Channel. Along the varied coast, 600km/370mi long, lie some of the best-known resorts in France. Milk and cream, cider and calvados are produced on the verdant fields inland. Castles, chateauxs and gorgeous little towns are all reminders of the region's ever-changing history. For local government purposes Normandy is split into the regions of Haute Normandie (to the east) and Basse Normandie (to the west), names which simply refer to their distance from Paris. The great charm of Normandy lies in the highly varied coastine, which stretches 370 miles between Le Treport in the northeast and Mont St-Michel in the southwest. Sections of the coast bear evocative names like the Alabaster Coast (Cote d'Albatre), the Flower Coast (Cote Fleurie) and the Mother of Pearl Coast (Cote de Nacre). The chalk cliffs of the Cote d'Albatre are famous - they are at their most spectacular at Etretat. The Cotentin Peninsula, part of Armorican Massif, stretches far out into the English Channel. Inland, though, Normandy has a quite different look. The Bocage Normand district is a land of woods and meadows and includes the romantic Switzerland of Normandy. Hedges divide fields and meadows where apple and pear trees grow and dairy cows graze. Right in the middle of Normandy is the fertile Pays d'Auge, which is the origin of products such as cider, calvados and camembert cheese. There are also stirring reminders of history, especially in the old capital of Rouen and at Mom St-Michel (St Michael's Mount). The Atlantic climate is mild, damp and changeable. The peak periods for visiting are in the summer months of July and August. Inland, it is particularly lovely sound the time that the fruit trees blossom in April and May.


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