Beautiful 18th century fully restored property with a lake stocked with carp along with equestrian facilities
The Girondine style is typical of this part of the Aquitaine region and offers significant family space inside and outside.
The immaculate main house comprises approx 620 square metres of spacious living accommodation. 4 large bedrooms, including a main master suite of 114 square metres, 2 bathrooms, a downstairs cloakroom, a sizeable fully fitted kitchen with two separate utility areas, a distinctive salon of 145 square metres with original exposed beams, open stonework and an imposing bespoke fireplace, a study and adjoining wine cellar or storage area and, a boiler/boot room. Supplemented by full under floor heating, partial air conditioning, oil fired central heating, electric front entry gates and all other modern conveniences.
The property also includes a renovated ‘sechoir’ or tobacco drying barn which provides, on the upper floor, a fully fitted open plan loft style apartment of 105 square metres, including a small gym and a modern infra-red double sauna.
On the ground floor a large garage and workshop of the same size with remote electric doors.
Around the property there are 14 acres (56.000 sqm) of fully fenced land, stocked carp lake with a fishing cabin for all the equipment, a mosaic tiled plunge pool measuring 8 metres by 4 metres, a solar powered pool shower, enclosed summer terrace of 125 square metres with fitted kitchen/bar area, cloakroom and electric sun blinds.
For the equestrians there are 3 stables and a tack room, (with a large feed storage area above) with water and electricity connected, and, an indoor ménage.
Viewing: Via Agent
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