This impressive medieval property dominates the village in which it is located. It has been sensitively restored to preserve its many original features, including fireplaces, splendid stone staircase, areas of fresco, unusual parquet flooring, exposed beams and stone, etc.
It has been fully restored and requires no work at all. The spacious and well-proportioned accommodation includes: large fitted kitchen / dining room, leading to terrace dining room, huge light-filled reception room (35m²) leading to balcony.
Master suite 35m² (bedroom, dressing room, shower room, second bedroom with en-suite shower room. 3Rd bedroom, family bathroom.
In addition there is a laundry room, superb vaulted cellar, garage, workshop.
The renovations have been sympathetically carried out to ensure all the comforts and convenience of modern-day living, whilst retaining the integrity of the building. These renovations include double glazed windows throughout.
There is a convertible attic, and stables attached to the house (at the rear) and with an independent staircase, (this could provide 200m² extra accommodation). Barn.
Set in enclosed easily managed garden with fruit trees, within a small village with a shop and a mile from a village with a bar / restaurant. Just 15 minutes from the thriving market towns of Meyssac, Beaulieu and Vayrac, and 20 minutes from Brive la Gaillarde, with its airport located just off the A20 autoroute.
More photos available. Your chance to own a piece of history.
230 m² of habitable surface (2476 sqFt)
oil-fired central heating
865 m² of land (9311 sqFt)
good structural condition