Community Post! Characterful 14th Century Village House in South of France, Being Sold by Author of Interior Design Books! – Saint Hippolyte-du-Forte, France – €485.000 (approx $540,000 USD)

A unique 14th Century village house, Full of character, restored with taste, style and original materials. Comfortably spacious rooms, 16ft high ceilings, two salons, three bathrooms, two en suite. 4 bedrooms. Ground floor gallery and two ateliers and a laundry. Suitable for further gallery space or workrooms. Smaller spaces to retire, original stone staircase, large attic to convert and possible roof terrace. Cupola filling the staircase with amazing light. Terrace and summer dining room or separate studio. Mature garden with fig tree and water feature. Two car garage.
Community Post! Characterful 14th Century Village House in South of France, Being Sold by Author of Interior Design Books! – Saint Hippolyte-du-Forte, France – €485.000 (approx $540,000 USD)

Community Post! A lovely follower and author of interior design books (Instagram: wattswish) wishes to advertise the sale of her gorgeous and characterful 14th century village home in the South of France!

I love the peek inside her home! She mentions the home has been photographed by Tim Beddow, from The World of Interiors, and for her own book, The Maverick Soul. She has lived in this home for fifteen years, but it’s time to move on (to raise hens and guinea fowl and enjoy her second home in Byron Bay, Australia).

From the listing on Green Acres:

A unique 14th Century village house, Full of character, restored with taste, style and original materials. Comfortably spacious rooms, 16ft high ceilings, two salons, three bathrooms, two en suite. 4 bedrooms. Ground floor gallery and two ateliers and a laundry. Suitable for further gallery space or workrooms. Smaller spaces to retire, original stone staircase, large attic to convert and possible roof terrace. Cupola filling the staircase with amazing light. Terrace and summer dining room or separate studio. Mature garden with fig tree and water feature. Two car garage.

Minutes from village shops and two weekly markets. 40 mins to Nimes or Montpellier airports. One and a half hours from Marseilles Airport. 35 minutes from Tgv rail. 45 minutes to the beaches. This house has appeared in several Interiors publications. The owner is an author on Interiors. A must to be seen to be fully appreciated. The work has been done by professional Interior Designers and the rooms have been strategically designed for light. Some large furniture will be available to purchase with the house.

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