Collection of conjoined, rambling farm buildings dating from the eighteenth century. The main house, 'Maison Picheux' comprises of four levels. Ground floor: Porcherie (dining room), kitchen, shower room and living room. (The dining room is a converted pig-sty. Porcherie is French for Piggery..) Second floor: a landing, two bedrooms 'Chambre Rose' and 'Chambre Herman', and a bathroom. Third floor: spacious landing, bedroom: 'Castor' Fourth floor: corridor, bathroom, ante-room, bedroom: \'Diva\' Attached to Maison Picheux are also a workshop, an old bakery with oven, and a wine cellar. Adjacent and joined to 'Maison Picheux' are the workshop and bakery. Adjacent and still joined to these is the Laiterie (milking parlour) Adjacent and also joined is 'Maison Marianne', a building which is slightly derelict. Adjacent and also joined is the 'Pigeonnier', a separate house across two levels. It comprises an open plan kitchen/living area, bathroom/toilet, wooden staircase, two bedrooms, an attic and a cellar. Whilst all these buildings are joined to one another, they are not connected by internal doors. Over an acre of land; fruit trees, swimming pool
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