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The Villa


Built in the 19th century, it is said that this house was passed on for love in memory of a son who died in the war. This is an unusual story about this house that is worth knowing. This house belonged at the time to a woman whose only son went off to war (14-18). This young son left behind his young wife, a few months before his wedding, and never came back to the family cocoon because he was killed in the war. On hearing the sad news, the young bride grieved and took several years to recover. The young woman managed to find love again in a second marriage and to start a new life. Aware of the love that the young widow had for her son, the owner of the house decided to bequest the house to her ex-daughter-in-law

Nestled in an exceptional setting, this residence offers an unobstructed view of the Seine, allowing you to let your imagination run wild

A garden, and a view from the rooms ideal to welcome artists, poets, nature lovers. The setting lends itself to contemplation and artistic creation

living room with piano - artist's room - Villa in Normandy - Villa Octavia
breakfast - charming guest house - Villa Octavia

On the ground floor, a kitchen, two large separate lounges allowing to receive several artistic events, product presentations, seminars and workshops
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modern room - sublime location - Villa Octavia

On the first level there are two bedrooms: the Precious and the Master, which are the largest rooms in the Villa with a view of the garden and the Seine
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comfortable room - king size bed - bed and breakfast - Villa Octavia

On the second and last floor, two bedrooms: cocooning and urban
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room in Normandy - Villa octavia

Apart from and above the kitchen, there is a room in the attic: la Garçonne.