Photos are so important. It gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling of desire, peace, and tranquillity. We hope the photos below give you that impression.



Falling in love with both a house and a region

We immediately fell in love when, in 2015, we first discovered this beautiful 18th century restored farmhouse. 

The garden was lush and green. The swimming pool was out of sight, giving you the feeling of privacy when you're doing laps or just floating about. 

And there were the 4 hectares of pastures and woodland, the ancient oak trees, the eternal tweeting of birds, our own spring, trickling into an ancient lavoir (a washing area). There's even a river at the bottom of the land. 

We really did feel like we'd landed with our bums in the proverbial butter. 

Since that fateful moment when we gave up our lives in London to start a new one in the Bearn, we've never looked back. 

A house that has been standing for almost 300 years is going to occupy our time. We are but temporary guardians of this haven of peace and tranquillity and we are doing our best to maintain the property to our best abilities.