In the heart of the Pays d’Argonne, in an undulating region featuring forests and lakes. This land, steeped in history, is riddled with strategic sites and positions from the First World War which today act as memorials.
This land abounding in game is a haven for hikers. Its vast stretches of deciduous and resinous trees shelter numerous flowering species.
The territory’s know-how includes earthenware, pottery, glassware, weaving, cake and pastry making as well as pork meat products.
Its tourism revolves around an astonishing heritage made up of Roman vestiges, castles and abbeys, farms and small churches, round roof tiles and pointed bell-towers.
The residence is located on the outskirts of a small peaceful village, bordered by a river, with typical half-timbered houses.
Just 15 minutes from an A4 motorway slip road and a small town, near to several medium-sized towns.
In the heart of a region of outstanding natural beauty, a landscape of valleys with abundant forests and grasslands. A patchwork of grassland and fields criss-crossed by hedges, an ecological conservation area, rich in biodiversity.
Famous for its meat and cheese. A sparsely populated area with traditional houses in stone, or brick with stone insets and slate roofs.
Rich architectural and historical heritage, notably Mediaeval buildings and fortified churches.
The property is situated opposite a church, near a small stone bridge and an original washhouse, on the edge of a fast-flowing river.
Near a peaceful village surrounded by woods and rivers, fields and pastures.
A few minutes from a small town, half an hour from one of the region’s large cities, one hour from Belgium, and approximately two hours from Paris, and other European capitals.
A rural idyll in a lovely green setting.
In the medieval city of Provins (UNESCO classification). 90 minutes from the French capital; hourly trains to Paris, taking 90 minutes and arriving at the Gare de l’Est.
In the upper part of the town, in the vestiges of St Thibault’s chapel, redesigned as a medieval house.
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.
On land within the French department of Morbihan, 60 minutes away from Rennes and 30 minutes away from the beaches. Near to a town with 1,000 inhabitants, in undulating surroundings with woods and farmland. All amenities and a primary school are in the town, the nearest secondary school is 15 minutes away.