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This 18th century stone Normandie Manoir which has been sympathetically restored is approached through wrought iron gates and along a tree lined gravel drive surrounded by over an acre of mature grounds.
It’s long and chequered history includes a period of German military occupation leading up to D Day June 1944 as the property, situated equidistance between the German Gun Batteries of Brecourt Manor and Holdy, provided stabling for the teams of horses used to move the heavy artillery into position.
In the early 2000’s, the property was acquired by the family of celebrated New York based British artist, Dan Shaw-Town, before being purchased by the current British owners.
Today, Chris and Sherri Barnes-Hannah, in addition to crafting a stylish period home for themselves, have created an exclusive rental opportunity for couples who seek the finer things in life whilst exploring the Normandie area which is steeped in natural beauty and history.
Being located in a semi-rural location just 1km from the village of Sainte Marie Du-Mont, which was one of the first villages liberated after the landings on Utah Beach, La Princerie is ideally located to explore all the D-Day sites and Normandie attractions.