A traditional 400 year old stone barn set in 2 acres of gardens, recently converted to accommodate 3 gites to a very high standard. Each of which has its own open plan living space with under floor heating. In addition the original thick stone walls keep the interiors cool in the summer. All bedrooms have their own en-suite.
Spacious open plan fully fitted and well equipped kitchen with a range oven (gas hob with 5 burners, 2 electric ovens, plus grill) American style fridge freezer with ice machine and chilled water, dishwasher, microwave, kettle and toaster, a separate utility room with washing machine, iron and ironing board.
Large Open Plan Sitting/Dinning room
The main door from the driveway opens into a double height hallway leading into a spacious open plan sitting room with original oak beams, feature log burner, some exposed stone feature walls, comfortably furnished with a large sofa. The dinning area is double height with a vaulted ceiling and original oak beams, there are 2 sets of French doors leading to a patio area and the garden.
Ground floor bedroom (1)
A separate lockable entrance door, with a lockable door to the rest of the house, a bright double room with beams and a feature stone wall, with large walk in shower ensuite adjacent.
Master bedroom (2)
From the oak staircase and of the beamed hallway are 3 large bedrooms, the master suite with a high oak beamed ceiling and feature stone wall a super king bed, a very large sliding door wardrobe, and ensuite with bath/shower.
Light spacious double room with original oak beams, ensuite shower room.
Large spacious triple room (3 single beds) feature oak beams, ensuite shower room.
Les Couroux is situated on a quiet country lane with sweeping panoramic views in almost every direction, here you are in the very heart of the wine growing region, surrounded by vineyards and Chateau’s, splendid views of vines, sunflowers, and the countryside, great for cycling, or quiet country walks.
There are many Bastide towns to explore and further a field is the capital of the Nouvelle Aquitane region - Bordeaux. After Paris Bordeaux has the highest number of preserved historical buildings of any city in France, and is the world's most popular wine region.