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Find Property for Sale in Normandy France - a Range of Properties for Sale and Rent in Normandy
- Departments - Seine-maritime (76), Eure (27), Orne (61), Calvados (14) and Manche (50).
- Access - Normandy can be accessed via Calais, Dieppe, Caen, Le Harve or Cherbourg. It is less than one hour away from Paris, just across the English Channel and with the extension of the A16 motorway it is only three hours away from the Benelux countries.
- Climate – Normandy has a similar climate to that of the UK. A very variable ocean climate characterised by humidity, mild temperature and severe seasonal variation.
- Well known for - Camembert, Calvados, Cider, Mont St Michel, Deauville, Trouville, D-Day beaches and war memorials.
About the Region
This northern coastal region is in fact composed of two regions - Haute Normandie and Basse Normandie – and it has much to boast about. Undulating countryside, beautiful soft sandy beaches, picture-postcard views and a huge variety of seafood and white fish; with all this on offer, Normandy can be forgiven for its cooler climate.
The total population is almost 3,200,000 (approximately 5% of the French population). Activity here is mostly agricultural, combined with some industry situated near the large port of Le Havre, the city of Rouen, and the Seine River valley.
The 600km of Normandy coastline offers a livelier setting compared to the Norman countryside, with its golden prairies, it’s cool, wooded valleys and its beech and pine forests, which remains a haven of peace and tranquility.
With little villages at every turn, leafy lanes and clear streams, this is the ideal setting in which to buy a property in France.
Find Property for Sale in Normandy France
In Normandy you can find everything from quaint French cottages or gites for sale in the heart of the rolling Normandy countryside to splendid chateaux near historic Rouen. There is an abundance of farm buildings and barns, land and lakes for sale in Normandy and this region features a wide range of property styles - timber-framed barns and grey slate roofs.
Approximately 157,800 people own a second home in Normandy. Well-served by sea, road and rail connections, Normandy’s easy access from the UK makes it a favourite with British buyers and many Parisians have a second home here too. Good road links from the Channel Tunnel and all the Channel ports make it simple to pop over from the south of England, and low cost flights from the UK into Paris are a speedy alternative.
If you do your research you can pick up a renovation project for under €50,000. Two bed cottages can be bought for under €100,000 and larger detached houses for around €200,000 upwards.
The website currently has several properties for sale in Normandy, with the list changing frequently.