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Normandy Properties of the Week

  • €375,000

    latest addition in Barneville Carteret Manche

    Manche

  • €230,050

    latest addition in Saint Ebremond de Bonfosse Manche

    Manche

  • €371,000

    latest addition in Hemevez Manche

    Manche

  • €147,150

    latest addition in Caumont l'eventé Calvados

    Calvados

  • €1,312,500

    latest addition in  Calvados

    Calvados

  • €524,100

    latest addition in  Calvados

    Calvados

  • €220,000

    latest addition in La Carneille Orne

    Orne

  • €66,000

    latest addition in Breel Orne

    Orne

  • €299,900

    latest addition in Ste Honorine la Chardonne Orne

    Orne

  • €499,500

    latest addition in L'Aigle Orne

    Orne

  • €470,000

    latest addition in Condé sur Huisne Orne

    Orne

  • €56,000

    latest addition in La Perriere Orne

    Orne

  • €130,800

    latest addition in Ranes Orne

    Orne

  • €249,000

    latest addition in nr Tinchebray Orne

    Orne

  • €141,700

    latest addition in Beauchene Orne

    Orne

  • €99,000

    latest addition in Gathemo Manche

    Manche

  • €99,000

    latest addition in  Orne

    Orne

  • €413,400

    latest addition in Dives-sur-Mer Calvados

    Calvados

  • €109,000

    latest addition in St-Pierre-sur-Dives Calvados

    Calvados

  • €66,000

    latest addition in Marcilly Manche

    Manche

  • €391,140

    latest addition in St HILAIRE DU HARCOUET Manche

    Manche

  • €310,300

    latest addition in St-Hilaire-Petitville Manche

    Manche

  • €402,800

    latest addition in Tollevast Manche

    Manche

  • €954,000

    latest addition in Ste-Marie-du-Mont Manche

    Manche

  • €249,310

    latest addition in Saint Sauveur Le Vicomte Manche

    Manche

  • €150,420

    latest addition in Carentan Manche

    Manche

  • €149,330

    latest addition in ST-Come-Du-Mont Manche

    Manche

  • €240,001

    latest addition in  Orne

    Orne

  • €349,800

    latest addition in Port en Bessin Calvados

    Calvados

  • €299,950

    latest addition in Annebecq Calvados

    Calvados

Normandy Property for Sale

Meet our Agents in Normandy

Normandy Property

We are a group of enthusiastic and hard-working people who love the area and have a passion for property. Mostly of English origins, but all of us are bilingual English/French (one Dutch) and have a wealth of experience of the Normandy property market to draw upon.

At Leggett Immobilier, you can speak directly the team member who listed the property you are interested in - we will have visited, evaluated and listed it ourselves.

We are not a portal or introducer, we are an estate agency offering you genuine local knowledge and advice - we actually live and work in Normandy and all of us have made the move to France ourselves.

Emma Nicholson
Emma Nicholson
Stephen Buss
Stephen Buss
Corey Koch
Corey Koch
Effie Iorsch
Effie Iorsch
Rebecca Larkin
Rebecca Larkin
Kate Rose
Kate Rose
Karen Robinson
Karen Robinson
James Dailliet
James Dailliet
Sébastien Schneider
Sébastien Schneider
Stephen Ramsbottom
Stephen Ramsbottom
Hazel Ramsbottom
Hazel Ramsbottom
Rita Bryan
Rita Bryan

Latest Articles from our dedicated Normandy blog


Welcome to Leggett Normandy properties

by Stephen on Fri 05 Feb 16

There’s a fantastic variety of property to chose from here, from small and inexpensive renovation projects – through mid-range family homes (both old and traditional or modern and efficient) – right up to stunning chateaux with extensive grounds and facilities. There’s building land, campsites, lakes, beach properties, gite complexes and business opportunities.

All this within an hour or so of the ferry terminal! Why spend a day driving across the whole country? We may not have such hot temperatures here as in the south, but it’s every bit as green and rural as the UK but with better weather.

Meet the Team


NORMANDIE – choosing between Upper or Lower Normandie …

by Jane Berry on Sat 19 Dec 15

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Many people see Normandy as one region, when it is actually two regions with quite different landscapes and property prices. The common denominator is that you’ll find simply wonderful architecture in this part of the country. Whether its historic churches and cathedrals or timbered and thatched farmhouses, you won’t be disappointed.

Upper Normandy has slightly higher prices than its neighbour, although the ‘Normandy Riviera’ around Deauville, in Lower Normandy, is the place to go if you like people-watching.

Lower Normandy has an average property price of €132,000. Ports such as Cherbourg and Caen see a constant stream of buyers form the UK, many of whom stay locally because they seek a holiday home with easy access. Agriculture and tourism are two of the biggest industries here and the dairy farms are renowned as being the best in France.


NORMANDIE – with its fine beaches, idyllic countryside and historic heritage …

by Jane Berry on Sat 10 Oct 15

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Formerly the ‘Dukedom’ of Normandy, it is currently divided into two regions: Haute Normandie (Upper Normandy) in the East and Basse Normandie (Lower Normandy) to the West. Soon to be reunited, but still today separate regions of France.

Normandy is one of the greatest historic regions of France and the story of Harold and his cousin William the Conqueror is magnificently told in the historic Bayeux Tapestry dating back to the 11th century, which can be visited in Bayeux, a few miles to the west of Caen.

Le Havre, Caen and Rouen are the three main cities in this region. There are four smaller cities – or large towns, these being Evreux, in the Eure,  Cherbourg and Dieppe, a minor seaport, and Alençon, capital of the Orne.

Outside the towns and cities, Normandy is a prosperous agricultural area, specialising in dairy products, fruit (notably apples) and mixed farming. The most famous regional products are the cheese Camembert, and two drinks, Cider and the spirit distilled from it, Calvados. Normandy is also famous for its racehorses, and the region has many top breeding stables.

Leggett have a wonderful selection of properties for sale in Normandie, take a look and see …

 

 


SUISSE NORMANDE – Swiss Normandy, hilly part of Calvados …

by Jane Berry on Sun 09 Aug 15

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Even the French are sometimes amazed by its unexpected beauty and the variety of outdoor activities on offer in this part of Calvados. Craggy ravines on the banks of the river Orne are perfect for climbing, abseiling and paragliding enthusiasts. Enjoy trekking on horseback, Kayak or polo-kayak along a stretch of unspoilt river, hiking and picturesque villages straddling the river Orne.

All this in under one hour from the ferry!

Corey Koch.

Where we are

The region where we're lucky enough to live and work, in North West France, has plenty of landmark features to put it on the map. Bayeux, with its famous tapestry, the D-Day landing beaches & Mont St Michel. There are great opportunities for walking and cycling here, also horse-riding, kayaking, wind-surfing, even bungy-jumping - the list goes on. Plus there are excellent rail links to connect you with the rest of France - Bayeux to Paris takes a mere two hours

Gastronomy

Camembert and Pont L'Eveque are two celebrity cheeses from here - we're also well known for our cider, pommeau and Calvados apple brandy. Apples are widely used in cooking: for example, moules à la normande are mussels cooked with apples and cream and localities all over the province have their own variation of apple tart. It's the birthplace of brioches and also turns out craquelins, fouaces & fallues. Confectionery includes Isigny caramels, Bayeux mint chews, Falaise berlingots, Le Havre marzipans & Argentan croquettes.

Beaches

The area between Le Havre and Ouistreham (the port of Caen with a regular UK ferry service) is known as the 'Côte Fleurie' and is reached from Le Havre via the magnificent Normandy Bridge, the second longest cable-stay bridge in the world. We have the Côte de Nacre, (site of the D-Day landings), the rugged and picturesque Cap de la Hague, the popular resorts of Barneville Carteret and Granville – each with ferry links to the Channel Islands & of course the iconic Mont St Michel, a true wonder of the west & now a world heritage site and the most visited tourist site in France

Historical

The site of the D-Day landings, known as the the "Côte de Nacre", is an area steeped in military history. Code named Sword, Juno & Gold for the British forces, Omaha and Utah for the US, these beaches have become some of the most popular holiday beaches of the region. Arromanches has an impressive 360 degree cinema with original footage, Caen has the magnificent Peace Memorial and the many cemeteries, museums and memorials in the area offer a lasting reminder of the events of June 1944.

How we can help you

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help you find home in Normandy

We do more than find properties; we assist with your purchase from start to finish. Introducing you to the best local services and expertise, liaising and assisting every step of the way. We can help you find all types of property for sale in Normandy:

  • Pretty stone holiday cottages
  • Manoirs & Chateaux
  • Equestrian properties with facilities & land
  • Old stone barns to renovate
  • Farms for sale in Normandy

Over the years we've dealt with most issues relating to Normandy property purchases and renovations - from local taxes and planning permits, to finding artisans and landscaping - and we're happy to help with any queries you may have. Contact us and we will be delighted to speak with you



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