Thursday, September 13, 2012


I'm selling my charming renovated 16th century house in Segur-le-Chateau, France. The house is located in Segur-le-Chateau, listed as one of the157 "Les Plus Beaux Villages de France," Most Beautiful Villages of France, selected from over 30,000 villages across France. 
The house is set over four levels. The ground comprises a bespoke oak country kitchen and rustic open plan dining room, with wood-burner to keep you cozy during the winter months. Hidden beneath a hatch in the kitchen floor is a 12th century vaulted cellar which runs out under the street in front of the house. It the perfect temperature and humidity for wine, preserve and cheese storage.

Follow the narrow wooden steps to the first floor and you will find a light reception room, double bedroom, and a bathroom. There's also a door to a private walled courtyard, a grotto framed by ancient stone walls and furnished with a carpet of moss, and climbing plants. It's the perfect place for growing kitchen herbs, serving afternoon tea, and al fresco dinners. There's even a fig tree growing steadily up one wall.

Back inside you will find another stair case up to the eaves of the house. This floor houses the spacious master bedroom, with views of the courtyard below and the woods lining the river a few feet away.

On the following pages you will find further details and photos of the house. Please do feel free to contact me if you are interested in viewing the house.

Asking price: EUR120,000