Hallways and attic rooms
(If you haven't read the previous post, you need to start there.)
These are some of the hallways that we saw in the 8 houses we visited. We just don't see things like this in the U.S.
We were told this house was remodeled in the 1930's and that these tiles date to that period.
And in the same house the 3-story glass block window apparently also dates from the '30's.
A more modern renovated hallway.
The owner of this cute little house was an artist and his studio was in the upstairs hallway.
Yes, that is a toilet in the hallway. There is no door. It obviously is never used and once the renovation is finished on the floor above would be removed.
This is the living room of the "gite" where we stayed.
This house had a huge attic room. The bathroom is behind the short wall.
This attic room had been painted red.
Another view of the red attic bedroom, showing a skylight.
And "our" unfinished attic bedroom.
The ceiling and top of the wall of the bathroom. We plan to have this room finished as a third bedroom.
Why Normandy? We've been asked that so I addressed that topic on this web page. Why Normandy? I did it on my web-site, because I wanted to include larger pictures without you having to click on the pictures to see the larger versions.
Why Normandy? (my web page)
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