Located in a private impasse and dating from the XVI or XVII century, this dovecote is one of the last vestiges of a seigniory disappeared today. This cylindrical construction is high in shale, granite and tuffeau surmounted by a zinc roof.
At the end of the 17th century, there were 42,000 dovecotes or dovecotes in France. Some regions, less disturbed than others by wars or destruction, have preserved many copies combining elegance, good taste, functionality to a vernacular architecture.
The owners of the place have completely renovated their dovecote with taste, they plugged one by one the multiple pennines that allowed the pigeons to nestle.
The whole is bathed in light thanks to a huge aluminum bay 4m high.
The ground floor hosts an equipped kitchen and a cleverly configured storage part or hides the VMC and a hot water tank. A toilet completes this space.
An elegant wooden spiral staircase leads upstairs to a bedroom and a shower room.
From the bed you can admire the stars with a large Velux that illuminates the room.
An intimate garden lined with stone walls of about 150 m2 invites relaxation and contemplation.
Electric individual heating
Co-ownership, possibility of parking a car in deadlock.
Two minutes walk from the station and the garden of plants.
investors, artists, atypical pied-à-terre.
- A <= 50
- B 51-90
- C 91-150
- D 151-230
- E 231-330
- F 331-450
- G > 450
- A <= 5
- B 6-10
- C 11-20
- D 21-35
- E 36-55
- F 56-80
- G > 80