Normandie is a regal estate located in Dural, New South Wales, Australia and is situated on 5 lush acres. It boasts a 2-story grand hall, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, library with French oak paneling, lounge, formal dining room, billiards room, guest apartment, 3-car garage with porte-cochere, swimming pool and a lighted tennis court. It is listed at $3,400,000.

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  • Daniel

    Looks like we’re back to the ugly Australian homes. Exterior is very bulky and I hate the schnoz this place has. Interior is ecclesiastic and dated.




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  • Grrrowler

    It looks like a monastery outside. The inside has some rooms that look as if they were lifted from church, but a church from the 1970s. If this were actually a 500 year-old converted monastery located in France, I would forgive the terrible interior because of its history. But, this is just terrible.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Yeah, we WERE on a roll with the Australian homes, but this brings that streak to an unceremonious end. This falls flat on its face.




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  • Geoffrey

    Pretty sure Kenny goes out to find the worst australian homes and links them on here…. Personally i love australian architecture, yes im biased, but you need to actually reference some of the good homes on here!




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    • Amanda

      As an Australian I agree. Haha 🙂

      Perhaps the good Australian homes don’t meet the criteria to be posted here, I think I read a comment somewhere that they had to be of a certain value and also comments relating to a home being ‘grand’. I think that the good homes here are much smaller than the ginormous monstrosities built in America and so are of lower value and I also think that its not really an Australian thing to build ‘grand, grand’ homes. Perhaps you disagree with me, but that’s how I see it.




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  • Anthony

    I like the gardens/surrounds. The home itself is a shocker though.




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