First homes sold at La Durantie

Happy homeowner of plot one

 

As temperatures begin to cool in the Tarn, there is an exciting progression in the development of houses and communal areas in La Durantie. With the completion of 10 houses in the mini-hamlets that make up ‘La Cour Braucol’ and ‘La Cour Gamay’ and with three completed sales, a real sense of progress is emerging… The other hamlets in La Durantie are also developing rapidly with the foundations of La Cour Pruneland in place and awaiting completion.

 

One happy homeowner comments ‘I grew up in the Tarn, and I am thrilled to have this opportunity of a second home where I spent a lot of my childhood. It’s a beautiful area, and I am looking forward to meeting the other new homeowners.’

 

To complement the harmonious community, homeowners are offered the luxury of designing their own homes with a selection of colours that ensure a sense of space, light and a connection with nature. They also have the opportunity to choose from a range of designs, materials, and textures to furnish the interior and exterior of their new homes.

 

Shutters in duck egg blue

 

First completed kitchen with quartz work top

 

Two modern Pyram kitchens have also now been installed with the latest Bosche appliances, owners can also choose from a wide range of colours and work surfaces to suit their individual tastes.

 

Living area fitted with travertine flooring

 

With landscaping now underway, the workers are busy creating a sanctuary where owners can escape from the busy city and enjoy a glass of wine, a good book or spend time with family and friends in the outdoor area of their luxury holiday home.

 

Landscaping prior to planting

 

Owning a home in La Durantie features maximum flexibility, even when it comes to the outdoor space. Homeowners will have control over how their garden looks and can select from a wide range of accessories – everything from furniture, statues and pots to gazebos and arches along with water features and decorative supports. They can also have a choice in the lighting, irrigation systems, decking and additional planting.

 

Jeanne hard at work digging her way through to your luxury holiday home

 

Water retaining tanks 80 cubic metres which will be pumped up from the lakes to water plants

 

Limestone facing the adjoining walls to the villas

 

As you can see there are lots of exciting developments going on at La Durantie. The first two hamlets are completed. La Cour Prunelard is scheduled for completion in April 2017 and the next hamlet due for the following summer. With planning and construction well on schedule, the first seventeen homes will be available for rental from the 1st July 2017.

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