The 3 700 m2 site includes a main house (19th century bourgeois style) and numerous buildings (farms, annexes), troglodyte cellars dating from the 14th century and used as dwellings. The house has remained “in its juice” and has preserved many furniture and memories, giving it a special and authentic charm.
The current owner, Jean-Philippe GIRARD worked for 29 years in the La Poste Group as a Sales Manager.
In 2016, he left the group to take over this family unit, put on sale and uninhabited for 40 years.
This house was built by its great-grandfather, M Auger, wooden merchant and Mayor of the village for several years.
Remained in the family, the house was enlarged by construction (kitchen wing in the 1940s) or by acquisition (outbuildings, land).
In 2016/2017 major works have been undertaken to secure it (cave troglodytes, electricity), to modernize and improve (swimming pool, gardens).
The idea is to preserve the charm and authenticity of the place, while attributing all the modern comfort.
Other works (farms, cave dwelling, dormitory, study room …) are planned in 2018/2019.
The state of mind is to propose a place large enough and pleasant to make you feel good with several activities on the spot, or in the immediate vicinity, but also that it is an ideal starting point to visit this magnificent region Full of resources.
In short, we are in Rou-Marson, … and free: “In Free Roue”!