Things in France just seem to take time. So we have finally sent money over to complete the purchase of the Bergerie. Now we wait for something to come back.
We spent about ten days over there in October and measured up as best we could. We also managed to get a couple of really great walks in around the valley. See the photos below. The alpine meadow was covered in naturalised crocus flowers and although one arm of the stream running through the property seemed dried up, when we walked up the valley there was tons of water flowing. Where it goes we just don't know. The area is limestone though so we may have to put a well in? We also came accross a donkey trying very hard not to be found.
- Get plans drawn up having been out and taken loads of measurements
- A friendly Structural Engineer is then gonna come up with a plan for the replacement roof (old slate)
- Then try and track down a friendly Quantity Surveyor to give us a steer on labour and a materials list
- Lastly get out there and start some works
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