Happy Tuesday, Escapists! A quirky 16th century village house in the beautiful Dordogne.
Hope you are all well as we come closer to the end of the year, amidst all the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Sometime in the future, I want to take a long break far, far away, and a 16th century home situated in a topsy-turvy little French village seems like it would be a lovely place to settle in and explore France. Located 30 minutes from Périgueux and one hour from Angoulême.
From the listing on Leggett:
Very quirky 16th century house full of charm and original features. Over 220m2 of accommodation currently laid out with 4 bedrooms, large kitchen, lovely sitting room/dining room. office and workroom, one bathroom and one shower room. Cellar housing an equipped gym. Gardens back and front, very quiet location.
Steps lead to main entrance. Door to office with large workroom and balcony overlooking the garden. Door to main lounge with beams and beautiful open fireplace. Fitted kitchen with handmade units, and upcycled work surfaces, with door to back garden. Stairs lead to first floor with large studio/bedroom and bathroom. Stairs to a further 3 bedrooms, dressing room and bathroom.
Stairs from the kitchen lead to the cellar which has been transformed into a gym.
There is a garage which could be converted into extra living accommodation if require.
Gardens to the front and back of the property.
Situated in the heart of the small village with easy access to Lisle for all you everyday needs.