Leaving Carcassonne on the D118 on the edge of the Canal du Midi, you will join the D620 and after a pleasant 10-minute drive you will arrive in Villegly.
In the village you will find the Marie, primary school teachers, postmen and shops ready to welcome you. You will discover an Art de Vivre in Villegly.
The Ste Anne hillside and its mill look down to the entrance of this charming village. The 8000 m2 of land are at the foot of the hillside, with an open view onto the mill, the hill, the Village Villegly and castle are on the horizon.
The developer, whishing a more dense urbanisation, has chosen to have a central path, planted with trees, leading to the different plots at the end of which is a turn round area. As constructions undergo a plan, each plot will find an optimum exploitation layout.
Just as half-timbered houses built many centuries ago, the wood frame houses of the „Clos Ste Anne“ are designed to last for generations. They are entirely made by local or regional artisans are companies.
You will know that your choice was the right one when you will drive up, park your car and find yourself facing the contemporary and most modern architecture, definitely adapted to today’s life style.
Reduced Energy consumption and excellent phonic and thermal performances are given by a reinforced insulation, 200m /m of wool and wood fibre in the walls and 300m /m of glass wool and polyethylene foam in the roofs as well as perfect airtightness.
As soon as you will move in, you will discover the assets and the comfort of wood frame houses.
Walls, flooring and roof boxes are manufactured to guaranty the quality. The implementation will be professionally realised.
The finishing touches including, dividing walls, tiling, wood floors, sanitary appliances, electrical appliances, heating via a heat pump will also be carried out with greatest care.
All this for your daily comfort!
On each plot, the garage, private parking and high trees will be the architectural structure of the path.
The Carcassonne airport, and different airlines coming in from Northern Europe create a real dynamic for local tourism.