Take a closer look at the ancient yet sumptuous delights awaiting your pleasure at La Ducrie.
Norman history abounds at La Ducrie.
The rear elevation points almost due north. It is powerful, somewhat menacing and designed to dissuade attack from all but the most foolhardy. Arrow slits still exist in the sides of the main tower.
Almost Scottish in its architectural feel, La Ducrie confirms that defensive architecture is practically universal.
Double-glazed throughout, the house is warm, comfortable and tastefully renovated to modern standards; yet it retains many original features that will delight & surprise you.
Well above average
Set in the picturesque Normandy landscape, La Ducrie has 27 acres of private land and magnificent, unobstructed views of this most beautiful part of Northern France.
All of the buildings in the first picture are part of La Ducrie, which also shows the moated island created to defend the house in medieval times.
The highlighted area in the second image indicates La Ducrie’s land boundaries, included in which is 800 metres of category 3 river frontage for those who like to fish. It also gives a good indication of the bocage hedgerow country.