Happy Thursday! This tiny house! I love it so! This small medieval home is located in the tranquil village if Saint-Privat, in the départment of Hérault, on the sunny coastline of the South of France – only an hour to Montpellier.
It would be a perfect pied-a-terre for vacationers interested in a sunny getaway, but also has great potential to develop the basement level, which has street access, into a small artisan workshop, gallery, or boutique.
I also love how tiny living often seems like a modern trend, but ancient houses like these demonstrate that we have been living tiny for hundreds of years. There’s something very cozy about the idea of living tucked into a small, safe space like this stone home!
Per the listing on Leggett:
Located near Lodève, near the motorway linking Millau to Montpellier and Béziers, The house is in the heart of the village of Saint Privat (34) near the North-East gate. This typical village is located on the causses of the larzac, It is a traditional village where life is good, calm and tranquility reign supreme. The house, with a beautiful useful surface area of 84m2 is composed of three levels; In the basement, a small workshop overlooking the street could allow artists or craftsmen to create a workshop accessible to tourists to make it a presentation or business space…, or simply remain a storage place. In this same space we find the laundry part of the house. Total surface area of about 28m2. On the ground floor, a 13m2 kitchen area opening onto a 13m2 dining area gives access to a 15m2 lounge. A wood stove contributes to the charm of the place. On the first floor, the landing leads to two beautiful bedrooms of about 13 and 12M2 as well as a shower room. We are sure to fall in love.