Good Wednesday morning! The coziest French village house in a small village with boulangerie and restaurants!
This house emanates coziness, from the heavy beams to the fireplaces, to the airy attic atelier – I would love to live here. I highly recommend taking a Google Maps tour of the village to peek at the local baker and restaurants! Beautiful boules and all kinds of delicious treats, all within a lovely walk around the village.
From the listing on Leggett:
Delightful village house full of charm and character set in a small authentic village with baker and restaurants. Perfect lock up and leave property.
The exterior and interior have retained the ageless simplicity of all that is evocative of the Périgord Noir. The house with its 120 m² of living space is habitable and comfortable. A sympathetic renovation undertaken with great care to achieve a balance between the history of the property and modern comforts.
On the ground floor you find the kitchen / dining area (19 m²), on the next level is an entrance hall (8 m²) with a door opening to a tiny back lane. From the hall you reach a laundry/larder (6 m²), a beautiful living room (24 m²) with fireplace and opening onto a small terrace (2 m²) the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine. On the next floor a large landing (7 m²) leads to a bedroom (26,5 m²) with fireplace and a bathroom (5 m²) with bath, wash basin and toilet. The attic has been converted and offers 34,5 m² of light and airy open space with a mezzanine, perfect for a painter’s atelier or further bedrooms.
Heating is electric and the house is connected to mains drainage. No garden to look after. Parking is close by. Baker, butcher and restaurant in easy walking distance. St. Cyprien, a medieval market town with all amenities is at 5 km. Bergerac airport is at 60 km.