This superbly restored 17th century manor house offers about 180m2 of elegant spacious living accommodation.
Situated just a few minutes drive to a charming village in the Lot valley with shops and restaurants.
Set in 7.5 hectares, with landscaped gardens and pasture land. The property offers superb views over the countryside.
Main entrance through a vaulted gated archway.
Entrance hallway ( 6.7m² ) limestone tiled floors, vaulted ceiling.
Snug living room ( 25m² ) limestone tiled floor vaulted ceiling, fireplace with woodburner.
Sitting room ( 40m² ) limestone tiled floor, wooden exposed beams, doors to garden
Dining room ( 30m² ) limestone tiled floor, vaulted ceiling, fireplace.
Breakfast room ( 20m² ) limestone tiled floor, vaulted ceiling, fireplace with old bread oven.
Kitchen ( 35m² ) contains a selection of units, handmade in the Uk with granite work surfaces. Cupboards hide 2 Liebherr fridges and a Bosch dishwasher. The separate island unit is constructed in 'pippy oak'. There is a top quality Mercury range cooker with five gas hobs and double electric ovens.
Cellar ( 6.2m² )
Master bedroom en-suite ( 32m² ) wooden parquet flooring, two windows and fireplace.
Bathroom ( 16m² ) wash hand basin, bath, shower and wc.
Bedroom 2 en-suite ( 36m² ) wooden parquet flooring, small balcony, dressing room. Shower, wash hand basin and wc.
Bedroom 3 en -suite ( 33m² ) wooden flooring, shower, wash hand basin and wc.
Library ( 32m² ) wooden parquet flooring and open stone fireplace.
Studio ( 40m² ) with vaulted ceiling.
Bureau ( 13m² ) tiled floor.
Stairs to Bedroom 3 en -suite ( 36m² ) wash hand basin, shower and wc.
Boiler room (22m² ) oil fired central heating, there is a direct accces to the garage.
Attic ( 250m² ) currently used for storage.
Two cellars of 28m² .
The two stone barns, accessed via the house are currently being used as workshop and storage areas. They contain loose boxes for eight horses. Barn 2 also houses a 10,000 litre rainwater storage tank - very useful for watering the garden in high summer. A private well within the grounds also provides a second source of water for the garden.
Garage (to front of house) (6.30m x 4.87m)
Garage (to rear of house) (7.20m x 6.94m)
Barn 1 - Ground Floor (13.70m x 8.20)
Mezzanine (8.20m x 5.30m)
Barn 2 - Ground Floor (8.20m x 8.10m)
Mezzanine (8.20m x 3.60m)
Cellar 1 (5.16m x 3.40m)
Cellar 2 (5.70m x 2.06)
Swimming Pool Pump Room (6.30m x 2.35m)
Pigeonnier - Total Floor area (42.60 sqm)
Land and gardens:
There are approximately 20 acres of land which include a large garden with
stunning views, a 12m x 6m swimming pool with spacious terrace, overlooking
sweeping parkland, open fields, a walnut orchard and natural woodland.
Well maintened landscaped gardens. There are various paddocks to be fenced with good quality grass, ideal for horses.
The Lot region is rich in beautiful scenery and picturesque, historical towns and villages. It is an important wine growing area and has a large regional national park. The rivers have enhanced this spectacular countryside, carving their way through the limestone to create wonderful wooded valleys and gorges.
Sophistication is not too far away either with Toulouse, Bordeaux, Cahors and Agen as lively places of interest. Rail & road links are excellent. Bergerac airport is one hour's drive, with links to major Uk and European Cities.
400 m² of habitable surface (4306 sqFt)
Agency fees included: 2.57% of price
7.5 hectares of land (18.54 acres)
Agency fees to be paid by buyer included: 2.57% inc vat
Price without fees: € 1,360,000
Price / sq metre: €/m² 3,487.50
Number of mandate: 2b74ebb8306cbf4e6fbb1b0b
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Agency: FL Immobilier Belvès