Nature's harmony
French Property News|November 2020
A renovated farmhouse in Lot-et-Garonne could be perfect for those hearing the call of the wild, discovers Brigitte Nicolas
Brigitte Nicolas

Sprawled out on the patio, the current residents of this charming home know how to appreciate their surroundings and make time for relaxation. Could you too find tranquillity in this beautifully isolated property in rural Lot-et-Garonne?

If recent times have helped you discover an interest in gardening or made you realise the appeal of self-sufficiency, then you would be well served here with an orchard and a vegetable garden where you could grow your own tomatoes, lettuce, radishes, green beans – or whatever your taste buds prefer. Plus, with a natural spring and a well also on the property, it will be easy to keep your seedlings hydrated.

Pretty shrubs also adorn the one-hectare garden and a 600m2 pond is a jewel in the crown – there is a sense that you could really live in harmony with nature here.

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