Six Bedrooms/Six Bathrooms - on the outskirts of the historic medieval village of Sainte Marie du Mont, Normandy
For Sale by a Private Owner: 25,000€ per Share for four Weeks per Year of Ownership (Total purchase 100,000€)
This magnificent 14th/16th-century towered château rests on the outskirts of the historic medieval village of Sainte Marie du Mont, Normandy and is comprised of a sitting room, study, dining room, kitchen, morning room and Grand Hall with minstrel gallery, six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The château sits on over six acres of well planned and maintained grounds overlooking open countryside and includes a boules court and a substantial apple orchard.
Outstandingly restored and beautifully furnished, the château is within walking distance to of a wonderful family run restaurant and is only three miles from the sea and the D-Day landings at Utah beach. This is one of the spots where the movie "The Longest Day" was filmed.
The house, contents and grounds are owned by the company Chateau Ste Marie Du Mont Ltd – and you could be the owner of this share of four weeks, or 1/13 of the company. Residency is exclusive. When you are in residence at this splendid château, you are Lord of the castle.
The property’s in-house design team carefully researched and planned to the last detail the interiors of the château ensuring that it is in keeping with the period of the property. Kitchens are the heart of any house and naturally many of the owners want to experience the gastronomic delicacies of the area first hand. To accommodate even the most discerning chef, the château has a large well-equipped kitchen and here was paid special attention to the design and the high standard of equipment.
The property is professionally managed and therefore you need only to arrive with your belongings for your stay. Everything else is taken care of for you.
Usage of the property allows you one week per quarter and it rotates by one week each year. Arrival to the château is simple by train to Carentan -- only a 7-minute drive.
For more information about the château, visit Château Sainte Marie du Mont. For specific information about these shares, email Chrissie Shaw-Town.