Saturday, 23 July 2011

House in France

Typical 18th century stone built house in South West France.    Front door only 5' 4" high, built for a small French paysan/paysanne  with walls more than 2' thick  it is cool during the hot summer and warm during the cold winter. Bats can still live between the ancient wooden window surrounds and the stone, and there is room for lizards to live between the natural house stones.

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