This beautiful 18th century stone farmhouse is situated in 148 acres of meadows and woodland inhabited by deer and wild boar between Carcassonne and Toulouse. A large family home, it can comfortably accommodate up to sixteen guests and sits in the foothills of the Pyrenees, just 3km (five minutes) from the historic town of Mirepoix. There is so much to do in this lovely region of France, steeped in culture and history.
The house is very much a family holiday home – well decorated with an eclectic mix of French antiques and other items from the owners’ travels. Charming and comfortable, light and airy, the ground floor has really good living and dining areas filled with sunlight and with French windows opening out onto the gardens and terrace. This runs the length of the front of the house and has wonderful views towards the Pyrenees. The fully equipped south facing kitchen/dining room has a large entertaining area and is a recent addition to the house.