- Ref. SR-1915
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 168 m²
- 296,800 €
A traditional Perigordine 3 bedroom stone house in excellent condition, extended and restored whilst retaining many characterful features.
Entering the house through the large wooden door into the open style kitchen and large lounge/dining area, this space (38m2) just oozes character, from the decorative floor re-laid with natural stone and wood, to the stone detailing of the Island , the exposed stone walls, the beamed ceiling and pellet wood burner, making this a really comfortable and cosy room. This central space in the house leads off to a shower room (8m2), with feature washbasin, WC and the original ‘evier’ having been made into a feature niche in the exposed stone wall.
Double glass doors lead into the large bright front room (27m2), currently being used as a lounge with large picture window overlooking the garden and meadow, two further windows and underfloor heating.
Accessed from the kitchen through a glazed door you find yourself in the really pretty sitting room (19m2) within the enclosed glazed terrace, giving access out onto the exterior terrace another lovely space from which to enjoy the view over the garden.
A few steps up from this sitting room and you have another spacious room (23m2), at present being used as a bedroom, with the option of using it as a lounge with its large open feature fireplace, access out through French doors to the garden and access into the double height winter garden/conservatory.
The convertible attic space (10m2) can be accessed from this room and already has in place, a ramsay ladder, good insulation and velux window.
The wooden staircase up from the main central room, takes you to the first floor where you find yourself in the wonderful main bedroom suite (31m2). A really lovely room, bright and airy, and again with lots of character. It has its dressing area at one end, with access through a glass door to the upper level of the winter garden/conservatory with its indoor balcony and spiral staircase to the lower level and at the other it’s en-suite bathroom (10m2) with a traditional slipper bath.
On the lower/garden level there is a large garage housing the boiler and hot water tank and a further storage area ‘cave’, an area of (30m2) in total. The property benefits from geothermal central heating with radiators throughout and double glazing.
The well planted and mature terraced garden with its small fish pond, cascading waterfall crossed by a little wooden bridge, surrounds the house. The large meadow below and the surrounding woodland with a further lawn and woodland to the rear, make up the plot of just over five acres (21700m2).
Situated in the beautiful countryside of the Lot, but close to the Dordogne department, the property is well situated to take advantage of everything these 2 beautiful areas have to offer. The local villages of Fajoles and Milhac with its chateau and the larger market town of Gourdon is a ten minute drive with all commercial facilities , large supermarkets, weekly market and railway station.
A 25 minute drive north into the Dordogne and you can be in the beautiful and very picturesque, medieval town of Sarlat la Caneda with its weekly market, very popular with tourists in the summer season. Within a 30 minute drive, access to the the A20 motorway at Souillac. The closest airport is at Brive (42km) and to the west Bergerac airport at 90kms from the property.
Taxe fonciere: 570 Euros