La Cressonniere - Traditional Period Stone Built Villa with private pool

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms

Description

As the name suggests, the property was once a small farm growing watercress. Originally built in 1846, this property was up to 2000 being used as a grain store, when a major structural renovation was undertaken. One feature of the property is the Pigeonnier (stone built pigeon loft / dovecote). Pigeonniers are typical architectural features of many buildings in south-west France. A complete refurbishment was undertaken in 2007. The modernisation has resulted in a very spacious and contemporary interior. There is a mixture of oak and limestone flooring throughout, with balconies overlooking the spectacular forest views. On the lower level a stunning kitchen / dining area leads to the luxurious exterior pool and gardens. Individuals with impeccable taste and exacting standards need look no further for the ideal holiday retreat

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We were also voted number
17 in the Sunday Times Top 100 Villas in France, Spain and Portugal which can also be viewed on our website by clicking the Sunday Times logo

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Amenities

  • Pets
  • Internet
  • Pool
  • Parking
  • A/C
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Fireplace

Map

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