French Country Cottage Built In 1620

French country house dating back to 1620 for sale

Oh what historic sweetness!

This squat but adorable cottage is located in the French countryside near Belves in the Dordogne, Southwest of France.

It is actually part of a gite complex – a grouping of cottages and outbuildings that can be rented out as accommodations.

French country cottage for sale in south of France

The cozy stone exterior is set off by electric blue shutters.

Let’s have a look inside…

French country cottage for sale in south of France

This 400-year-old country house has clearly been renovated but it still has the cozy warmth that we love about French country cottages!

French country cottage for sale in south of France

There are only two photos of the kitchen but they show how completely charming it is…

French country cottage for sale in south of France

French country cottage for sale in south of France

We only get a glimpse of one of the bedrooms, but look at the exposed (painted) beams:

French country cottage for sale in south of France

It’s like traveling back in time to old rural France.

The hallway below seems to have some Spanish-style elements…

French country cottage for sale in south of France

Back outside, the warmth of the patio with its natural stone and wood elements is divine.

French country cottage for sale in south of France

The yard also features outbuildings and a swimming pool:

French country cottage for sale in south of France

And although not pictured, the listing mentions that the property includes the ruins of a former brewery!

Price for this magical French escape?  €682,500 (or approximately $788,300 USD).

 

https://www.my-french-house.com/property-in-france/belves-dordogne-nouvelle-aquitaine/countryside+house/76595

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  1. I’m wondering if you moved back to Canada so you could brush up on your French. It is a charming cottage!

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