This house was built in 1989 with two fine aspects, typical of the region.
The kitchen is built in the manner of a bread oven, and the storied part of the house resembles a pigeonnier. Through a south facing covered terrace, one reaches the spacious living room, open to a beautiful roof structure.
This living room has a projecting design of fireplace, and offers an original way of living. From the living room, one can get to the rear garden by a sliding door.
The living room also offers access to the first floor by a stone staircase.
Finally, from the living room, you can reach separate washrooms, one with a bath. There is also a bedroom, making it possible to live entirely on the ground floor.
The first floor has a bedroom, a toilet and a bathroom with shower. What is more, the first floor can be reached from the exterior, making it semi-independent.
Behind the house, one finds the garage, which incorporates a summer kitchen.
In the garden, the property includes a workshop/garden tool store.
It is a garden with magnificent trees and it is entirely fenced.
The villa lies in the approaches to a hamlet where there is very little traffic.
Beyond the garden, there are numerous walks in the forest.