Local Des Res
BillN

Local Des Res

Must be quite historic as it is next to a very old, but crumbling, Chateaux.

But like lots of rural French property it has been left to decay, usually because of French property law.
Not sure if there is a refurb job planned but the front door and surround is very impressive

front door is here
www.wenltd.co.uk/sc/front_door.jpg
What an amazing house.....can imagine it clothed in vines and me sitting on that portico with a fresh steaming cup of espresso contemplating my magnum opus - emphasis on the "contemplating" and nil stress on the doing :blush: It does seem such a serene place.
 
I'd like to sit in that house and drink some exotic vintage wine.....like it's water.....LOL. Beautiful shot.
 
Lovely building, and a nice unobtrusive photo - shows the subject without trying to interpret it for you. Nice one.
 
I remember my short stays in Scicily and wondering why many buildings had people living in them but were not finished. I soon learned the reason, taxes were not levied on an unfinished property.

Yes, only someone long ago could tell us what went on there before.
 
Like others have said, such a beautiful house but such a melancholic sight, indeed makes me wonder what it has seen. Also great job on the sky, love the nuanced colour shifts!
 
I just love the look of these old buildings and wish I had the wherewithal to restore one. Like Mark, I can see myself there with good coffee and relaxing, just gazing out at the view, rather than contemplating the magnum opus. Its a lovely photograph, Bill, and perfectly captures the desolation and decay. Its left me a bit sad.
 
Such beautiful subtle colors, Bill. I envy you your scenery. So civilized, even if somewhat in disrepair.
 

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