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1200 m² (12 910 sq. ft.), 18 rooms, 12 bedrooms.

Normandy, l’Aigle. A listed 18th century chateau in 74 hectares.
165 km west of Paris, surrounded by beautiful leafy countryside in Normandy’s delightful Orne department. This magnificent chateau dating from 1780 is set in 74 hectares of partially walled grounds comprising a park, meadows and woodland. In a rectangular shape, it includes a main building set between two square pavilions and with a mansard-roofed second floor featuring an oak framework and slate tiles. Set on vaulted cellars, it offers about 1200 sqm of living space including 12 bedrooms. With two swimming pools (one indoor, one exterior), and numerous outbuildings. The property has been meticulously renovated by its current owners. More details by request.

Honoraires charge vendeur - DPE 451 kWhEP/m².an (G) - GES 83 kg éqCO2/m².an (G)

Listing : 2196792

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After the Hundred Years War, Normandy rebuilt itself and went through an era of prosperity. In the first half of the XVIth century, the countryside got filled with mansions, and prosperity modified the landscape of cities. The great men of the era built magnificent Renaissance-style private homes. In the XIXth century, Normandy played a significant role in the worlds of art and literature: Claude Monet, in 1872, painted his “Impression Sunrise” during a stay in the Havre; and this region also became the cradle of prominent writers of the XIXth century, such as Guy de Maupassant and Gustave Flaubert.