October 2, 2010

I’ll Take This… Cottage in The Languedoc

From the Guardian:

North of Beziers in the Languedoc, this is the perfect spot for those who want a restful retreat at a relatively low price. Languedoc1 You can choose from two 18th-century small stone houses situated in an ancient hamlet. Languedoc2 Each has flagstone floors and exposed beams, two small bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a shower room.Languedoc5 But with magnificent views over the Orb river valley,Languedoc7 you won't want to be inside, but out on the terrace. Languedoc4 On the market for £117,800 or about $186,300! Not bad!  Here’s the link to details.


  1. Love at first sight. Some 18th c. paintings, some abstract works, a great daybed with vintage textiles, warm rug, couple of comfy chairs and a round harvest table; upstairs: piles of French quilts; antique beds --I think I'm all set to go. Thanks. Mary

  2. Meg, it is so obvious that your heart rests in Europe! This is, indeed, a very beautiful place you have shown us!

  3. I know why you like it - it's not very wide! you know what's weird - this landscape looks exactly like the texas hill country!!! i swear. amazing. what a dream this house is - just waiting for me. I'll share it with you!!!!!


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