A luxurious French chateau that hosted French president Charles de Gaulle and lies in a village liberated by famous US general in World War Two has gone on the market for £1.35million. The 19th century Normandy property has 10 bedrooms and is set in 35 acres of manicured parkland, costing the same price as a terraced house in London. The property is located near to Avranches which is close to the Bay of Mont Saint Michel, and Utah and Omaha beaches where US troops landed on June 6, 1944. A lavish chateau fitted with extravagant chandeliers and statement soft furnishings is on the market for £1.35million in Normandy The 16th century building is thought to have hosted a former French president Charles de Gaulle when he visited family in the region. Its south-facing arched windows offer gorgeous views of the gardens A formal dining room has green washed walls which perfectly compliments the pink curtains and mirrors the French patisserie Laduree’s colours. It is the most tasteful spot for hosting friends and is open plan, leading to the living room Saint-Sauveur-Villages, formerly a commune, was then liberated by US general George Patton on 31 July, 1944, and merged into the Avranches… Read full this story
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