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French Chateau

  1. 1. FRENCH HOUSESBy: Brigitte (Kyrié) Kerr and Huguette (Brenda) Mahan
  2. 2. C H Â T E AU  In general used to describe a large historic building, normally stone construction. There is an official register of Château in France but the term is sometimes used to describe large and impressive buildings that are not on the register. In addition, the term is also used to describe a vineyard, regardless of the size or nature of the associated house.http://www.france-property-and-information.com/houses-for-sale-in-france.htm
  3. 3. C H Â T E AU C O N T. There are approximately 30,000 châteaus in France, ranging from a moderate sized house up to the equivalent of a palace. This variation means they can be cozy or stately, but in any form they provide great status. They also typically have at least a moderate amount of land and privacy.http://www.france-property-and-information.com/types_of_property.htm
  4. 4. C H Â T E AU C O N T.They can be surprisingly cheap to buy; it is not uncommon tobe able to buy a substantial château in France for less than theprice of a basic 3-bedroom house in England. Most Châteaus arein need of repair, with many being well on their way to ruin.Châteaus in good repair are corresponding expensive, whilethose in need of repairs can easily cost more to restore than tobuy.
  5. 5. C H Â T E AU C O N T. The visually appealing interior and exteriors are a constantsource of pleasure. They almost always have a substantialgarden with mature trees and are often walled in. Their stonewalls provide a fascinating backdrop, which modern plasterwalls cannot match.
  6. 6. L O C AT I O N  We chose for our Château to be located in the countryside of Provance France.http://www.francophiles.co.uk/
  7. 7. O U R C H Â T E AUhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1116450%5CChateau%20north%20Bergerac.jpg
  8. 8. C H Â T E AU C O N T.http://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1116450%5CChateau%20Perigueux.jpg
  9. 9. C H Â T E AU C O N T.http://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1116450%5C19th%20Century%20French%20Chateau.jpg
  10. 10. C H Â T E AU C O N T.http://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1116450%5CFairytale%20Chateau%20Dordogne.jpg
  11. 11. L E R E Z - D E - C H AU S S É E - G RO U N D F L O O Rhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1036782%5CChateau%20Dordogne%20FP118%20-%20Ground%20Floor.jpg
  12. 12. L E P R E M I E R E É TAG E - S EC O N D F L O O Rhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1036782%5CChateau%20Dordogne%20FP118%20-%20First%20Floor.jpg
  13. 13. L A S E C O N D E É TAG E - T H I R D F L O O Rhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1036782%5CChateau%20Dordogne%20FP118%20-%20Second%20Floor.jpg
  14. 14. HUGUETTE’S CHAMBREhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/921522%5CMedieval%20b.jpg
  15. 15. BRIGITTE’S CHAMBREhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/921522%5CLavish%20bedroom%203.jpg
  16. 16. LA CUISINEhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1086804%5CFrench%20fitted%20kitchen.jpg
  17. 17. L A S A L L E D E BA I N Shttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/921464%5CBathroom%20in%20tower.jpg
  18. 18. LE SALONhttp://www.classic-french-chateaux.co.uk/Websites/classicfrench/PhotoGallery/1086941%5CElegant-Chateau-Drawing-Room-b.jpg
  19. 19. DIFFERENCES French homes do not have as much furniture as American homes do. The French usually have only one phone and television due to thecost. There normally are not closets in a French home they have armoires. They do not have carpets, they have rugs on top of the floor. French homes have, in addition to a bathroom, a separate room for thetoilet (called a W. C.)
  20. 20. SIMILARITIES French and American teens both have posters on their walls intheir room. Both French and American teens have radios for listening tomusic.
  21. 21. FIN Merci pour observation!

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