DOUBLE Bargain Friday post! (I couldn’t choose!) This beautiful old maison de maître is located on two acres of fertile land in Poitou Charentes, France, and would be perfect for a small permaculture/bio-farming French homestead!
Okay, what if: you bought some goats and began an artisinal goat cheese creamery, planted a permaculture garden with greenhouse full of fresh produce, and renovated this stately old house back into beautiful order? What a fulfilling project to take on!
From the listing on Leggett:
The maison de maître has high ceilings, a garden at the back and at the front. A number of attached barns that could potentially be converted offer huge potential. The farmland is attached to the back garden and has not been used for many years, making it particularly interesting for biological farming, for keeping horses or livestock.
Main house ground floor: Central hallway, two large rooms, and a toilet room. First floor: Central hallway with bathroom, two large and toilet room. Attached at either side of the property are two large barns of the same height as the main house and could potentially be converted. At the back of the property there are also a couple of stone barns.