Good Thursday morning! The perfect French country village house – a six bedroom 16th century home in Pas de Calais, France!
This might be my new favorite house in a while. It’s elegant, light, and cozy, homey, spacious, snug. It’s perfect.
From the listing on Leggett:
MAGNIFICENT MANOR HOUSE, XV1st century. (Wood panelling, moldings, parquet floors, fireplaces) Ideal for a large family or for a guest house. Comprising: Hall, large room of 60m2, dining room, 2 living rooms, library, kitchen, sheds, 6 bedrooms upstairs, bathroom, attic, cellar, oil central heating, garages, outbuildings, enclosed garden with trees . Built on and with 4765m2. Only 90 km from Calais and 54 km from Arras. (TGV Arras – Paris 50 mins) Built on and with 4765m2, it is situated 250m from the site of the castle of Vieil Hesdin of the Dukes of Burgundy, which was destroyed in 1553 by Emperor Charles V. The stones of the original castle were used to build Hesdin 5km away.