Happy Wednesday! An eco-friendly house with large garden in the Lot countryside in France!
This house is constructed to be extremely energy efficient, built with special bricks that store heat in the walls, supplemented by solar power and two wood pellet stoves. The beautiful garden stretches over half an acre and includes a pool and a chicken coop. Inside, I love the desk covered in paintbrushes facing the luscious garden views. It seems like a wonderful creative space.
By opening the front door you enter a large bright vestibule giving access to a beautiful shaded terrace and a large living room of about 50 m² with wood stove connected to the heating. At the same level, with a separate entrance, there are three other rooms with toilets and water point (former medical office) overlooking a small ornamental pond and the terrace. A beautiful poplar staircase accompanies you on a large mezzanine with a view overlooking the terrace and distributing three bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom, as well as a large room that can serve as a TV room, Zen space or whatever your imagination will dictate to you. The garden with an area of 2784 m² is divided into several parts: vegetable garden, relaxation area in lawn (swimming pool) and below a henhouse will accommodate your birds. This house built in 40 cm “MONOMUR” bricks, the heating is done by the walls, supplied by solar panels and wood stove, two rainwater collection tanks of 4 m3 each. This house is ideal for all those who want to be in a calm and preserved environment with an almost “autonomous” house, and this near Figeac.