Located in the grounds of a 17th century estate in Lot (Quercy Blanc), this holiday home in France is a stylish and refined translation of a historic property. The luxurious guest house for 4 people (and possibly for 1 extra child) is surrounded by rolling meadows with beautiful uninterrupted views over the landscape. The estate was discovered and restored by an Amsterdam-based interior designer and her partner whose work spans elegant residential projects around the world. Meadow House has since been featured in Cote Sud and other international design magazines.
Like the main house, where the owners themselves stay for several months a year, the guesthouse has been restored with a careful respect for its historic character, combining luxurious refinement with a casual atmosphere. The L-shaped house is on one floor and has a living room with wooden ceilings of double height (6m!), A wood stove and a large kitchen with a dining area for four people and a south-facing terrace. The locally quarried limestone walls, oak parquet floors and rustic aspects are nicely balanced with the eclectic and tasteful decor and finely tuned art and design lighting that bridge the gap between old and new. There are two en-suite bedrooms, one with a beautiful roll-top bath. There is also a separate living room that can serve as an extra bedroom.
Outside, the two hundred year old boxwood hedge leads to a private salt water pool with terraces for lounging and grassy lawns that open into open meadows that surround the house.
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The Quercy Blanc region in the Lot department is one of those idyllic places in France that has remained largely unspoiled by development and tourism. The area is centered around rural life and is steeped in medieval history among the rolling countryside and picturesque villages. Located in the Midi-Pyrénées, the area is predominantly rural and agricultural and is spread across the region's limestone slab, fertile valleys and winding rivers.
Cahors, the region's capital, is located on the River Lot, surrounded by hills, just half an hour from the house. A city of old settlements, renaissance and medieval architecture. The town is divided by the old town to the east and the newer parts to the west with the distinctive Pont de Valentré along the U-shaped river. Toulouse is just over an hour south through the passes of the Pyrenees, and to the northwest, along the river's line, is Bordeaux. The wild and beautiful Causses and the foothills of the Massif Central lie to the east. The charming town of Montcuq is a short drive away with its lively weekly street market and wine region.
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Layout Meadow House (200 m2)
L-shaped house, all rooms are on the same level