A pretty set of buildings close to Paunat, set within very large mature grounds and possessing its own stream and lake.
Main House: -
The main house has a wealth of old beams with stone and terracotta floor tiles and consists of a living room with fireplace and wood burning stove, a large separate kitchen / dining room - also with fireplace - with a very sunny disposition that leads into a brand new conservatory. The kitchen area being slightly raised on a parquet platform.
Also on the ground floor are two shower rooms with WC. A curved staircase leads up to two pretty bedrooms and a WC.
Guest Cottage: -
The fully restored and self contained guest cottage contains an open plan sitting / kitchen / dining area with bathroom (bath corner). Stairs lead up to a large mezzanine area enough to take two double beds.
Outside the grounds are truly lovely with large areas of grassland interspersed with very mature trees and shrubs marking the boundaries. A stream and lake, with several seating areas, are set off to one side of the property.
Living room: 33m2
Kitchen/dining room: 23m2
Shower room: 5,5m2
Shower room: 3m2
Mezzanine area: 20m2
Salle de bain: 6m2
Total habitable space Main House: 117m2
Total habitable space Cottage: 66m2
Taxe Foncière: €450
Taxe d'Habitation: €350
Plot size: 6008m2
Honoraires d'agence inclus €339.000
Honoraires d'agence (6%) €19.200
Prix net vendeur €319.800
Honoraires à a charge de l'acquéreur
This property is based in the Dordogne (often referred to by its ancient name "The Périgord"). Although times may have changed over the years the beautiful Dordogne landscape, in one of the most beautiful areas of France, continues to offer something to amaze and delight everyone. This ancient land, deep in the heart of sunny south-west France, is perfect holiday country; a magical place that will reward all those who choose to explore it.
The Périgord Noir, where the vast majority of our properties are located, is the 'Jewel in the Crown' of the Dordogne for here, in the triangle formed between the rivers Vézère and Dordogne, you will find the greatest concentration of natural wonders and historic sites, and the loveliest stretches of both rivers. The area is bounded by four famous towns and this property is well situated within this boundary - Sarlat, a medieval treasure house; Périgueux, a thriving and sophisticated small city; Bergerac, shippers of wine since the Middle ages and Monpazier, an extraordinarily well preserved bastide built by King Edward I in 1285.