A truly unique listed property consisting of a 17th Century Manoir, apartment and four cottages. The main buildings comprise two L-shaped structures which, together with the huge stone barn, form a large court and driveway in the centre of which there is a circular, hedged rose garden leading down into the landscaped Italian garden and across the stream into the wildflower meadows beyond. Classified as a 'Monument Historique' by virtue of the fact that it was the home of an Italian artist for over 40 years. Legacies of his ownership are the frescoed ceilings in many of the rooms of the Manoir. Many and diverse trees have been preserved and nurtured and include Cedars of Lebanon, Scots and Umbrella Pines, Redwood, Horse-chestnuts, Mulberry, Plane, Poplars and Silver Willows.
Main features: Distinctive and prestigious history, Exceptional location, Extensive and high quality accommodation, High standard of refurbishment, Outstanding natural beauty, Profitable holiday cottage and Chambres d'Hotes business. 13.2 hectares, Auch 6km