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The hundred years old grape vine, antic rosebushes, perennials flowers and bushes are the perfect ornaments for walls, patio and pergola.
A light birch tree gives shade on hot summer days.
Next to the Bread oven building, a small garden is rich with perennial vegetables, greens and aromatics plants.
In front of the house we find a meadow dotted with fruit trees, raspberries, blackcurrants, rosebushes… An environment free from pesticide or herbicide. Home to birds, bees, butterflies and dragonflies.
One very old “Rochelle” (old wood framework shaped with diamond point) roughly dated from the 17th century (according to St Léon previous mayor) protect a 2 floors patio.
Very few local buildings show this type of architecture. (St Laurent des Hommes Townhall, or St Germain du Salembre Castle.)
It’s an ideal sheltered space for spring lunch or summer supper with a direct view to the garden and surroundings.