Good Wednesday morning! Dream house alert! This gorgeous, characterful stone house in Sauliac-sur-Célé, France is surrounded by lush gardens, a large pool, and views of an ancient cliff village! The valley is known for a museum about medieval life in the area and there are many outdoor activities, like guided kayak tours down the Célé River. What a beautiful area of the world! This home is currently run as a luxe B&B.
From the PAP listing, translated from French:
Old property of rare character and well restored, with outbuildings and breathtaking views of the river Célé, its beach and high limestone cliffs, a castle and the Causse – a beautiful, classified. This beautiful set on 1.432 m², in excellent condition, includes: 3 stone buildings.
Main house of 135 m²: living room with inglenook fireplace and Jotul wood stove, exposed beams and other typical elements, dining room, equipped kitchen and laundry, 4 bedrooms (visible beams in 3), large bathroom through, bathroom water, 3 toilets in all. Central heating with gas.
Cottage or 2nd small house in the old barn of 70 m²: living room with exposed beams and kitchen area, door outside, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, 2 separate toilets. Central heating.
Former housing and workshop of the sabotier de Sauliac: room of 20 m² with inglenook fireplace (closed) and authentic stone sink, shower room and wc, electric radiator. The workshop or small garage is below.
Swimming pool 10 x 5 m with ‘roman’ stairs, alarm system standards, solar shower …, and pretty views …, are at a lower terrace, garden and flowers, boxwood and d other shrubs.
On the GR651 of the Camino de Santiago, the existing and successful facilities of the 3 star cottage and Bed and Breakfast could continue if desired, with the potential to exploit more this cheap.
Halfway between Cahors-Figeac, the heart of the Causses du Quercy Regional Natural Park and the Black Triangle (best observation of stars in France), in a small village **** quiet, close to the great sites of the Lot like Saint -Cirq-Lapopie and Rocamadour.
A lot of authentic charm in this set, well exposed south-west, in a region rich in history, quality of life and attractiveness. Val Paradis was an old name for the Célé Valley!
Learn more about the Lot region of France here.