The Firefox owes its name to this room. Dining hall and cocktail lounge at once, this room has served countless dinners, brunches, lunches, tea times and meetings of sorts.
It provides a lovely view of the pond
and lights up when the sun sets. In
the summer, with open windows, it feels like sitting on a balcony with a view of pond and park.
The Tune-in was the owners' first apartment in La Boulaye after they moved to France. Newly renovated, and now with its own kitchen, this lovely home continues to be as remote, as it in fact is at the center of things in Our House.
From the balcony one views the Our House garden to one hand and the former farm's court yard to the other. From the windows wild life in the pond calls for attention.
The Bird's Nest
offers an unrestricted views of
La Boulaye, its buildings and land.
In season it is the ideal family retreat. Off-season it is a place for students or researchers, for
writers or photographers.Three floors up without an elevator it is
a challenge for seniors.