Rich gray stucco pairs with classic gray stone and sloping gables to create a stunning French Normandy-style home. A lush backyard with beautiful landscaping adds appeal to the home's already impressive exterior.
The Old World-inspired exterior of this Bel Air guest home is pleasantly hidden beneath lots of lush greenery, making this space feel private and intimate. A clock on the stone wall gives it that French country feel.
The Chateau du Grand Luce is an 18th century estate in France's Loire Valley. Its construction began in 1760 and the 45,000-square-foot mansion was completed four years later. American designer Timothy Corrigan bought and restored the house and gardens.
The front entrance of this gorgeous French country estate is covered in beautiful, natural stone. Stucco arches cover the windows on one side of the home, the smooth surface contrasting with the rough stone, creating a visual division between the first and second stories.
French doors topped with a curved transom window and framed with antiqued shutters offer delightful curb appeal to this country manor-style home in Atlanta, Georgia. Boxwoods in planters and window flower boxes add small pops of color against the whitewashed brick facade.
One of the last designed by renowned architect Rick Moisan, this custom-built French Normandy home boasts six bedrooms and eight full bathrooms. Featuring a close attention to detail and materials rarely found in newer construction, the home oozes sophistication and elegance.
Designers used dark natural tones to contrast with the rough, neutral stucco siding of this French country home. Elegant sliding doors open onto the patio, which is perfect for taking in views of the San Diego Bay.
The main portion of this French country home and the fence enclosing the courtyard are built from natural stone. The exterior of the private spaces of the home are clad in a contrasting stucco, drawing a visual boundary between public and private spaces, even from the exterior of the home.
This French Country Estate is grand yet inviting. With over 5000 square feet of living space this home is the perfect retreat for a growing family. This home’s exterior stucco finish and native stone wainscot come together to beautify the structure. Wrought iron balconies, custom wood shutters and window planter boxes, copper spires, and subtle archways compliment the design.