What a charming home this is! This four-bedroom home in the small town of L’Aigle, Normandy, France was built in the early 20th Century – around the same time that the American Craftsman movement was taking place. Perhaps it’s unrelated but I feel like I can see the influence of that era in the quality and detail of the workmanship! The features of this place are finished to a high degree and totally stunning.
From the listing:
Early 20th century Anglo-Norman residence and arboretum of 7,449 m². Remodeled and furnished with care, it includes: Hall, living room with period animal paintings, dining room, triple exposure kitchen, office, library, floor living room, 4 bedrooms, covered floor terrace, 2 bathrooms . Basement with boiler room. Recent dependence 115 m² recent use of arched rooms isolated and heated, with garage. Property tax: 1557 euros (negotiating fees included for 6% payable by the purchaser or a price excluding fees of 405 660 euros) including 6.00% fees including VAT payable by the purchaser.