This Louis 13th manor house protected a family of heroic knights behind its thick, robust walls.
While they are long gone the noble bearing of their stronghold is still impressive with its park surrounded by high walls and hundred year old trees. From the entrance , we bear witness to a barely forgotten past: the massive stone fireplace of the fortress, huge slabs polished smooth by time and in particular the spiral staircase dating back centuries ...
The charming little sitting room whispers sweetest memories from the past , windows and French doors embrace the garden and let in the peaceful atmosphere of the countryside.
The two floors have a mix of outdated bedrooms, nooks and crannies,
marble fireplaces, a modern bathroom and children's bedroom to install in the tower.
Throughout these intimate rooms ( requiring updating ) , memories of deeds or discrete pleasures are all intangible treasures. The manor house is as engaging as a great isolated lady, harbouring , despite her loneliness , an elegant serenity and a sweet smile.
These days, according to one's taste , this manor house represents a welcoming holiday home, a haven for a modern hermit , or quite simply the ideal place for those who enjoy long visits listening to the call of the deeply rural surroundings.
In the surrounding area, a crystal clear river flows through the meadows , absolute proof of the absence of pollution in this environment dedicated to cattle breeding. There are many paths which are perfect for hiking , vast meadows (at extra cost) which could be used for several horses. Finally, nearby is, Laissac, small town with houses built to confront eternity, and a welcome bridge between the peace of the fields and liveliness of a delightful old town. In addition, there is a brand new primary school 10 minutes away, set in its own beautiful garden.
The icing on the cake: council tax is €514.
Happiness exists in Aveyron!
(Price for negotiation).
250 m² of habitable surface (2691 sqFt)
4423 m² of land (47609 sqFt)