Between the loops of the river Oise and the Halatte forest. With its famous mature forests, its numerous hiking trails and its bird migratory paths and stopovers, former favoured lands and thoroughfare of the Kings of France. The surroundings feature authentic hamlets as well as historic sites and classified monuments.
A little way out of town, just a few miles from Senlis, and near to the A1 motorway. Between Compiègne and Roissy-CDG, both about half an hour away.The setting is peaceful and surrounded by countryside.
Ten km (6 miles) from the A11 motorway which can be used to reach Paris, 30 km (19 miles) from Angers, with its French TGV train station putting Paris just 90 minutes away.
In the Pays Baugeois, a region full of history and outstanding buildings, where the unspoilt countryside alternates small irregular-shaped fields separated by hedges and ditches with forests.
Local shops, doctor and primary school 5 km (3 miles) away, sixth form college and all amenities.
In the Aisne Valley, a land of history radically changed by the conflicts that have marked the people, the stones and the landscape. In the heart of an extensive countryside, the stubborn abundance of which is gradually erasing the traces. In a small peaceful village, surrounded by a rich, historic and natural heritage, between waterfall and fountain, castle and hospice, mill and priory. In the shade of the church, near to several market towns and less than 30 minutes from the main regional towns.
The site is tranquil, the setting pleasant.
Two hours away from Paris, via the A13 motorway which can be accessed 4 km (2.5 miles) away. Deauville is easily reached in 15 minutes via the countryside. All shops and schools are 5 minutes away by car as this property stands on the outskirts of a village which does not have any. Normandy grasslands extend down to the sea behind the property.
Recently elected the “French people’s favourite village”, Saint-Cirq-Lapopie is without doubt one of the most beautiful sites in France. Standing on a rocky cliff, its dominant position makes a superb lookout over the surrounding countryside and the meandering river Lot which flows between sheer cliffs, wooded hills and green plains crisscrossed by a multitude of rivers and streams forming the Quercy Causses Regional Nature Park. This region has a concentration of exceptional sites created by nature and mankind that includes such gems as the towns of Rocamadour and Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, Pech-Merle cave, the Dordogne valley in the French department of Lot and the Padirac sinkhole.