Varengeville, a privileged setting and a unique atmosphere
Varengeville-sur-mer is a popular village on the Alabaster coast. Its history, its very unique charm and the many tourist attractions make it a very sought-after area for the purchase of homes for both secondary and primary residences.
The Varengeville real estate market is active, you can find truly exceptional beautiful homes for sale as well as charming little farmhouses that will delight families. Children have the opportunity to practice many leisure activities including horse riding in the nearby equestrian centers. At low tide, bouquet fishing is an invigorating exercise.
Near Dieppe, an easily accessible coastal village
Located between Dieppe and Saint-Valery-en-Caux, come and discover the tranquility of Varengeville-sur-mer, on the edge of one of the village's steep-sided roads forming a labyrinth. The old paths have preserved the typical slopes of the Pays de Caux, planted with magnificent centuries-old beech trees.
In this magnificent natural setting, our Norman houses for sale open to us through a garden subtly decorated with plants of local species. A little further on, you can access the sea on foot through seven valleys that the sources of fresh water have dug through the chalk of gigantic cliffs.
The city of Dieppe with its shops, its market and its station with the train to Paris is 15 minutes away. The gates of Paris are accessible in 2 hours by car. From the capital, it is one of the closest coastal villages.
A famous place on the Alabaster coast
Impressionist painters often set up their easels here to capture the particular and diverse lights of the Côte d´Alabâtre. The landscapes are sublimated by the changing colors of the English Channel. Claude Monet was the one who made Varengeville famous for his paintings of the church and the marine cemetery, a magical place with a panoramic view of the sea and the cliffs.
Celebrities like Georges Braque rest there. This bequeathed to the parish a collection of stained glass windows that are still very contemporary. A place to visit imperatively! Other prestigious and curious places are also to be visited. Jehan Ango, famous and very wealthy shipowner, had a magnificent Renaissance-style mansion built in the 16th century.
The discovery of the Bois des Moutiers, the gardens of Vasterival or Shamrock are all special moments. The Golf Stream, which sweeps over the cliffs of Ailly, Vasterival and Varengeville, creates a microclimate favorable to the many exotic plants imported in the 19th century. Varengeville is now known around the world. However, the properties still retain their privacy in the heart of the enclosed huts so typical of the Pays de Caux.
The elected officials of Varengeville and lead active policies of preservation of sites and monuments, and are firmly committed to conducting daring cultural events to promote these jewels of Normandy's heritage. The beaches of Pourville and Sainte Marguerite are becoming popular places for water sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, parasailing ... The Nordic cabins of Sainte Marguerite bear witness to a return to Viking roots. The Quiberville sur Mer sailing school welcomes many young people for those initiated into yachting.
Below are all the properties we have had for sale in Varengeville.