A beautifully restored former monastery farm, in a rural setting, but within walking distance of a small town in the Perigord Noir.
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This stunning property has been restored to a very high standard with a focus on historic preservation.
The result is: all the comforts and modern amenities of a home, juxtaposed with the stunning original 12th century renaissance features; such as 60 -90 cm (2-3 feet) thick walls, massive exposed wood beam ceilings, and a gorgeous oversized fireplace in the main room.
Office (37m²) with its back wall solid rock, exposed stone walls and a wood burner. Hallway (18m²) with stairs to the upper floor and double french doors to the kitchen. Kitchen ( 48m²) double french doors to the dining room and garden. Dining room (35m²) double french doors to the lounge and stairs to the upper floor.Lounge (80m²) with large fireplace wood burner and double french doors to the garden. Shower room/WC (5,5m²). Laundry room (4,5m²), larder and WC.
There is about 240m² (2600 sq/ft) of generously proportioned living space on the ground floor with tiled floors and oil fired, warm water underfloor heating.
FIRST FLOOR …
Landing / Corridor (40m²). Reception room ( 50m²) with large fireplace, stairs to the attic and a french door to the back garden. Bedroom 1 (23m²) with shower room/WC (4m²) en-suite and french door to the back garden. Bedroom 2 (16m²) with shower room/WC (4,5m²) en-suite and french door to the back garden. Bedroom 3 (21m²) with shower room/WC (3,5m²) en-suite
Bedroom 4 (15m²) with shower room/toilet (4m²) en-suite. Bedroom 5 (15,5m²) with shower room/WC (4,5m²) en-suite. Bedroom 6 (11m²) with shower room/WC (3m²) en-suite. Bedroom 7 (21m²) with shower room/WC (3m²) en-suite. Linen room (9m²) and WC.
On this level you find parquet flooring, exposed beams and oil central heating with radiators. The open loft attic (45m²) has two dormer windows and is ready for conversion. The entire house had new roofs and insulation fitted in 2004.
Main barn (240m²) is stone built and its apex is about 11 m which would allow for three floors, re roofed in 2004.
Attached to it is a second stone built barn (66m²) with 2 floors, new wooden floors have been put in, it also was re roofed and insulated in 2004.
Original Perigourdine tobacco barn (78m²), exterior completely renovated in 2004, it houses the oil tank and swimming pool equipment.
Covered car port for 2 cars, stone built (34m²) with attached workshop (22m²).
Covered garden terrace (25m²) built from solid oak in 2004.
This delightful enclosed property of almost 1 acre is subject to nothing more intrusive than the protective gaze of the charming church tower. The garden with its 5 x 12 m salt water swimming pool, mature trees, terraces, a couple of stone ruins, low walls and hidden corners is completely private.
… and yet you are within walking distance of a small town with all amenities and railway station.
The famous medieval market town Sarlat is at 23 km and Bergerac airport at 57 km.