Normandy / Bastogne Gables
The Normandy Community is centrally located in the
Ft. Liberty Old Post Historic District and the viewshed of the
district around the Historic Main Post Parade Field and extending
south of Normandy Dr. and Randolph St. along the historic Ryder
Golf Course. Laid out in the Beaux Arts landscape design, the
historic section of the community is comprised of 113 homes built
between 1928-1939 in three different Spanish-eclectic styles:
single story bungalows, two-story single-family homes, and
multi-family duplexes. These homes feature clay tile roofs, stucco
walls and copper gutters while the interiors boast beautifully
refinished hardwood floors and wood burning fireplaces. In 1958,
the neighborhood was extended with the building of 48 brick ranch
houses. When Corvias became the housing partner in 2003,
they continued to enlarge the community with the addition of
50 four-bedroom brick colonial field grade officer houses and 13
brick colonial general officers’ homes.
Residents of Bastogne Gables enjoy a community reminiscent of a traditional family-oriented neighborhood, designed to enhance outdoor activities, and encourage neighbors to mix and mingle. Access to the North Post Commissary and Post Exchange is less than five minutes away from these attractive homes, offering a traditional look on the exterior and modern amenities on the interior for families.
Normandy / Bastogne Gables Community Center
27 Hunt Street
Fort Liberty, NC 28307
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
All residents are required to sign a pool addendum, which will activate your fob, giving you and your family access to the pool. There is no lifeguard on duty and any minor must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18 years of age or older. If the head of household hasn’t signed their pool addendum, members of the household are not permitted in the pool and violators will have their access to the pool permanently revoked. For more information, please contact your Community Center.