This home boasts an illustrious history—including the distinction of being (supposedly) the first home in the area allowed to bake bread in the 18th century, as well as housing Resistance members during WWII. The townhouse is comprised of a spacious living room with fireplace and exposed wooden beams, a newly fitted kitchen, and four bedrooms upstairs. There’s also a charming courtyard harden laden with wisteria.
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