House details


Our home is located in Segur-le-Chateau, a tiny village in south-west France, hidden deep in a valley. The river Auvézère meanders through Segur, hooking around the vast ramparts of a medieval chateau and its extensive park, and then heading south, where it meets the much larger Dordogne River. The streets of Segur are lined with an array of medieval houses, which reflect the village’s chief period of importance, around 500 hundred years ago, when the village housed the appellate court of the Limousine region.

Today, Segur retains its historic charm, which is protected through the village’s listing as one of the Most Beautiful Villages in France. During the summer months, the town attracts many French and foreign tourists, who stroll through the town marvelling at the buildings. There is a weekly evening market through the months of July and August, where local farmers sell their produce.

Our house is located in the centre of the village, less than 40 meters from the Auvézère, which you can here softly from the bedrooms.


Ground Floor-
On the ground floor is the bespoke fitted oak kitchen, dining area, and a wood burning stove.

First Floor-
On the first floor is a very comfortable and light sitting room.

Second Floor-
A bright and cozy double bedroom.

A bright bathroom, fitted with WC, shower, sink and bidet.

And a romantic walled courtyard, with rear of way access and a view of the 12th Century chateau tower above.

 On the second floor is a spacious bright master bedroom.

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