Happy Monday! A French farmhouse on 1.5 acres in the Dordogne, with river access and close to amenities. Also, chickens!
This old French farmhouse, elevated from the landscape, with sweeping views and a good sized parcel of land seems like a bastion against the stress of the times we live in now – though I’m sure running a tiny rural farm is no easy feat either. In any case, this morning I’m definitely daydreaming of being able to wake up to sunshine and then let the chickens out to roam and cluck around the farmyard happily. It seems like a peaceful way to start the day.
From the listing on Leggett:
This old stone farm property sits in a lovely elevated position enjoying views across the Vezere Valley ! A rare and unique opportunity to acquire this home tucked away in a quiet spot near Montignac, a picturesque market town in the heart of the black Perigord. There are currently 2 attic bedrooms – 1 bathroom – a large lounge with high ceiling, exposed beams and period stone fireplace. The garden level features a utility room – storage – shower room and extra bedroom. Courtyard with stone barn of 70m2 and an attached wooden built section of another 70m2. Central gas heating – single glazing. The house and barn both sit in an elevated position with the lower part of the garden having riverside access.
boiler room 6m2
Shower room 6m2
lounge with kitchen 50m2
Gas central heating
Stone barn 70m2 + attached wooden outbuilding 70m2