Upper Normandy Homes For Sale

Divided in 1956 into two Régions, Basse-Normandie and Haute Normandie, Normandy is a playground for history buffs, art enthusiasts and foodies alike. The stunning natural scenery of this region is rich in historical significance and full of cultural festivals and attractions to entice any prospective homebuyer.

In fact Upper Normandy real estate is so desirable, properties are being snatched up by international buyers looking for an investment property or 2nd home. Prices reflect the increasing demand for these highly sought after homes, and cost more than the average residence in France. One of the most attractive real estate markets in the country. Conveniently located in between Centre, Picardie, and the Atlantic Ocean, this area is easily accessible from Paris, yet far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Read more about Upper Normandy real estate

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Haute Normandie, FR

Homebuyers have plenty of living options to choose from in Haute-Normandie, FR. What and where you buy will largely depend on your desired lifestyle. Apartments and condos are available for urban living whereas scenic cottages and character homes dot the more rural areas outside of the main cities and towns.

Some of the highlights of this colorful region include the White Cliffs of Entretat, the Musee Malraux, the Rouen Fine Arts Museum, and the Giverny Museum of Impressionism. The culinary delights are plentiful as well. This highly productive agricultural area produces some of the finest seasonal offerings whereas coastal towns offer some of the freshest seafood money can buy

Upper Normandy Highlights

Haute Normandie Départements: Eure and Seine-Maritime

Haute Normandie Capita: Rouen

Regional Culinary Specialties:
From the countryside: Camembert, Pont l’Evêque, and livarot cheeses; green, sweet, crunchy, sour, and ripe apples are used in making cider and calvados (apple brandy)

From the coast: oysters, scallops, lobsters; Dieppe sole and tripe à la mode from Caen; Boudin noir (blood sausage) from Mortagne

Good to Know

  • William the Conqueror reigned in Normandie.
  • The Battle of Normandy in World War II was fought here.
  • Joan of Arc, Pierre Corneille, Victor Hugo, Gustave Flaubert, Guy de Maupassant, Claude Monet, Roy Lichtenstein, and Marcel Duchamp are all a part of Rouen’s heritage.
  • Mont-Saint-Michel is a rocky tidal island and commune apx. 1 km off the coast of Normandie.

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