A Video Tour of Normandie Court, Redlands

Visit Gnome Munchkin Village (as the locals affectionately call it) here in Redlands, CA with me!

Taking a walk down Normandie Ct with its 16 little homes is a flashback to the 1920’s French “Chateaux” artitecture by Corson and Hudson.

F.E. Corson and C.R. Hudson built sixteen petite homes on Normandie Court representing French “Chateaux” eclectic cottages. The homes are arranged in two rows facing each other across the narrow Normandie Court. At the end of the street are two larger lots that hold duplexes. (Redlands Area Historical Society, Inc. http://rahs.org/awards/f-e-corson-c-r-hudson-built-home/)

Originally, these homes were used as rentals until the early 1940s when they began selling them off. Nowadays, these homes rarely come on the market — and when they do, they’re typically snatched up quickly!

If you haven’t walked or driven on Normandie Court in Redlands, California, then I recommend you check it out!

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