Manor House, barn and 30 Acres in the Perigord

Aquitaine, Dordogne

257 500 € ID: 133534
Its façade features gorgeous rendering with stone framed windows and 3 dormer’s. The building is south-facing and has no close neighbours, since it is placed in the middle of its own land. You get in the house onto a central entrance hall / corridor (18m2 / 194ft2) that has a very pretty arabesque motif tiled floor. At the other end of the corridor, a glass door opens out to the back garden. On the left side of the corridor, there is a nicely furnished lounge over antique wooden floors and with cream coloured walls (28.5m2 /307ft2). The room is heated by a cast iron log burner and it has a back door to the dining room (18.5m2 / 200ft2) with an open fireplace and antique built-in wall storage cabinets on either side of it. Pointed stone wall and wide-slatted antique floorboards. To the right of the entrance, a large tiled rustic style fitted kitchen (26.5m2 / 286ft2) with multiple wooden door fronted built-in storage cabinets. The kitchen has a back door opening to a large 18.5m2 (200ft2) bedroom over an antique parquet floor with garden views at the back and a second door that connects to the central corridor. To the right of the kitchen, a small extension has been built within parts of the old vegetable cellar which used to separate the barn from the house. This extension comprises of a small corridor with a first door opening to a 5m2 (54ft2) bathroom, a second door to a separate toilet and a third one to the front part of that cellar, which is still in its original state and is used as a kind of utility room with French doors to the front of the barn. On the first floor of the house, there is a central landing with antique parquet floors between a corridor to the right which gets you to a bedroom (14m2 / 152 œ ft2) with parquet floors, currently used as a lounge area. Then a large 16.2m2 (174 œ ft2) bedroom with half-timbered walls and parquet floors that need laying and its en-suite bathroom (4m2 /43ft2) that needs finishing up. On the other side of the corridor, on the back side of the house, there is another bedroom (16.5m2 / 176ft2) with a private en-suite (4.5m2 / 48 œ ft2) that both need to be renovated completely. To the left of the landing, there is a second corridor that is separated by a nice set of glass doors. Past those doors there is a separate toilet to your left then a large front bedroom over antique wooden floors and with a fireplace (16.5m2 / 178 œ ft2). And finally, bedroom no. 6 at the back (16.2m2 / 174 œ ft2) with a private en-suite (2m2 / 21ft2) fitted with a shower and a single bowl bathroom cabinet. At the end of that corridor, which faces the barn, there used to be a door opening onto a 40m2 (431ft2) space, but the current owner removed it because he did not need that space. It goes without saying that it may be reopened and the space converted into further accommodation. As a cherry on the cake, there is a very large open attic with its three dormer windows on the second floor that is almost 100m2 (1022ft2) in size and which can offer further conversion possibilities. Outside, you will immediately realise which potential there is. The property is currently run to breed race horses, so the land is fully fenced in and it has a front gate with a private drive leading to the buildings. The land size is 12 hectares (30 acres), of which 7 hectares (17 acres) are owned by the property and the remaining 5 hectares (13 acres) are rented from another land owner. Also part of this property, there are a further 2 detached wooded plots for a total area of 1.5 hectare (3 2/3 acres). There is a fenced leisure garden of about 5000m2 (1 1/3 acre) and an orchard around the buildings with a wooden shed and a chicken coop on it. The barn’s roof is covered with the flat clay tiles that are typical of the Perigord region and the building houses 3 horse stables. There is also a 12m2 shelter for the horses on one of the fields behind the house. An old bread oven that needs to be renovated stands next to the house. On the edge of the property, there is a fishing pond surrounded by trees as well as a known rambling path. This is the perfect way to discover the area on foot or on horseback ! The property lies within a few minutes drive of a small village, 12k m (7.5 miles) of the town of Thiviers and its supermarkets, around 40 km (25 miles) from Périgueux and Ÿ of an hour from Limoges Airport that has regular domestic and international flights.
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  • Details

    Тип недвижимости
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    Grounds 10-20 HA
    Total living area
    235 m²
    Plot size
    135 781 m²
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