This stunning property combines a New York design with French elegance. The expertly designed interior is filled with sunlight, and offers ample space to sit and relax or socialise with friends.
An impressive kitchen is found in the spacious conservatory.
Evening meals can be enjoyed in the formal dining room, whilst wine lovers will enjoy exploring the two original caves under the chateau, perfect for wine and cheese evenings.
Outside, al fresco dining can be enjoyed under the grape leaves, whilst days can be spent lounging by the private swimming pool.
The ten acres of ground offer so much to be explored, from the formal gardens and pond to cycling through to the nearby villages.
Rouen is just a 40 minute drive away, where you can experience the historic and artistic treasures of this capital of Normandy.
Giverny is home to Monet’s own gardens, and is just an hour from the chateau.
Northern France is at your fingertips here, with both Paris and the D day beaches just 2 hours away.
There is an additional stable house on the grounds which is separated and hidden by pine trees
This villa is located in beautiful Normandy countryside and farmland. The nearest town is Bourg-Achard where you will find a handful of restaurants and a bakery who will deliver bread and pastries to you each morning if you wish.
Normandy has a huge amount to offer – and most of it is within a reasonable drive of the chateau. It has something for everyone from old cities such as Rouen (40km) where Joan of Arc was burnt at the stake, Monet's garden at Giverny (80km), the landing beaches at Omaha and beyond (155km) and further historic sites such as the Bayeux tapestry (135km).
Paris (145km) can be easily reached by train from Rouen in under 90 minutes or alternatively drive to the delightful seaside resort of Deauville (65km) where you will find designer boutiques and lovely beaches. Honfleur (50km) is one of the many pretty fishing villages in Normandy or head to the pretty village of La Bouille (18km) where Monet painted La Seine.
Normandy is rightly famous for its food - especially the cheeses such as Livarot Camembert, and Pont l'Eveque - and Calvados, the apple brandy. Local markets are fantastic and are often the major source of food for the locals, Friday market in Pont Audemer (25km) is particularly good and there are many others in the region, as well as excellent restaurants with fine local cuisine, many with Michelin stars.
Activity lovers will appreciate the great walking, cycling and horse-riding in the area as well as golf within half an hour and canoeing along the natural beauty of the Risle within fifteen minutes.