A traditional Charentaise farmhouse constructed in the 1800s from local white stone and topped off by red terracotta roof tiles.
The property is nestled in the 'Petite Champagne' appellation Cognac region and set in 2 acres of peaceful mature gardens.
The house is surrounded by vineyards and gently rolling hills and is a short drive from the coast, the stunning city of Bordeaux and the riverside town of Cognac. It is nestled in the ‘Petite Champagne’ appellation Cognac region and set in 2 acres of peaceful mature gardens.
You can watch the sun rise with a freshly squeezed orange juice each morning while you plan the day ahead and kick back with a G&T as you relax before dinner.