Happy Thursday! A massive, beautiful 19th century French townhouse in the center of small medieval castle town Mur-de-Barrez, in southern France!
Behind the door of this stone façade, the space goes and keeps on going – massive volumes of space, it feels like, all set within a beautiful and characterful medieval town. The surrounding countryside is peaceful and scenic – an idyllic lifestyle!
From the listing on Belles Demeures:
Passing through the gate of the old fortifications, this 19th century character house is located in the very heart of the medieval city, a stone’s throw from the Saint Thomas de Canterburry church, the consular house and the prestigious Tour de Monaco. Construction in jointed stones and slate roofing, the building is imposing and rises from the ground floor onto the basement and four upper levels, comprising: on the ground floor: large living room with exposed beams, fireplace with bread oven, access to terrace leading to a patio, fitted kitchen, shower room, two rooms and WC on the 1st floor: large living room with fireplace, two bedrooms with shower room and an office on the 2nd floor: four bedrooms, bathroom and living room attics on the 3rd and 4th floors – Oil central heating. Virtual tour available on request.