However, so far there hasn't been any interest and as we know that the house market here in rural Normandy is sluggish at best we are prepared to wait for the right buyer to come along.
All the photographs in this post are of our French nest all fluffed and ready for a new owner.
In the meantime we recently spent 10 days back home in England scouting out a new place to retire to, we had a lovely time and I have many treats to share with you in future posts.
Also, Shibden Hall situated in beautiful Calderdale, Yorkshire built by prosperous wool merchant William Otes in 1420.
Besides these stately homes there will be simpler tales of pretty villages such as Alstonefield and the plague village of Eyam in Derbyshire and Haworth, Yorkshire, home to the Bronte sisters ; churches; cottages; B&B's good and bad (!) and scenery to die for.
Hope you'll come back again soon for my virtual guided tour of two very beautiful English counties that you may never have visited before.