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Châteaux in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais, showcasing beautiful France

Encompassed in the Hauts-de-France, the Nord-Pas-de-Calais comprises monumental châteaux highlighting the glory of this region with Flemish origins.

Châteaux in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais, showcasing beautiful France

Summary

Facing England, this region, which hides its game well and is filled with  prestigious properties, is bordered to the south by Picardie, to the north and to the east by Belgium and to the west by the North Sea. Far from preconceived ideas, it is experiencing a true cultural and touristic renewal. By virtue of their splendor and their history,  châteaux for sale in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais offer pleasant surprises to the most sceptical investors. It should be remembered that the diversified offer of its cities benefits from significant economic and commercial advantages with all of Europe, while its countryside is populated by an elegant architectural patrimony. Amongst these testimonies of its past, there are even several historical sites which were transformed into film sets for the needs of at least thirty TV series, since the 60s.

A region with traditions turned towards the future

In the shade of landscapes, without excessive relief, dominated by Gothic belfries erected over the centuries, visitors come to discover this region with Flemish accents for the warm side of its inhabitants, its disheveled carnivals, the strengths of its gastronomy filled with colors and its century-old breweries that make it a beer paradise. Its mining past is long gone, far from the misleading clichés that still stick to its skin. More pragmatic, its future relies on new cutting-edge technologies, such as the frequent service of very high-speed railway transportation which places its cities less than an hour from the capital.

Memorial châteaux in a reborn territory

Only two departments, in full cultural renaissance, make up the Nord-Pas-de-Calais. They are located along the 190 km of beaches of the Opal Coast and the Caps Blanc Nez and Gris Nez, dotted with dunes, spectacular cliffs and estuaries. The North, land of settlements, citadels, fortresses, medieval fortifications and regional natural parks, features the seigniorial coat of arms of the Pas-de-Calais, the Artois hills, marshes and groves. At the crossroads of Europe, those who are thinking of buying a château in France, featuring white stone and pink brick, have chosen it since a long time.

The warm welcome of people from the North

These properties have not lost any of their nobility despite the passage of time. In Arras, Boulogne-sur-Mer, Calais, Cambrai, Douai, Dunkirk, Lens, Liévin, Lille, Marcq-en-Barœul, Maubeuge, Roubaix, Tourcoing, these manor houses served as summer residences for wealthy Parisians, while some certain châteaux in Valenciennes offer centuries of historical and family secrets just waiting to be rediscovered.

The splendors of an exceptional patrimony

The average price of a château in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais is of €1,603,437.

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