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Property Overview

An historic building which both retains its elegant character yet can provide a comfortable home as well as substantial income generation possibilities. The ground floor salons retain much of their original character and proportions; these rooms and the courtyard provide an exceptional setting for weddings or other events.




Property Details

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Reference 80030MSW47 Price

agency fees included: 5.0000047727275 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€1 047 619 without fees)
Bedrooms 6 bed Bathrooms 8 bath
Accommodation 850 m2 Land 0 m2 - 0 ha
Town Department Lot et Garonne
Location
  • Village property
  • Town property
  • 50km or less to airport
  • 0-2KM to amenities
Property Type
  • Manoir
  • Gite
  • Family Home
  • Bed and Breakfast
Property Features
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Well
  • Water on site
  • Private parking
  • Mains Drains
  • High speed internet
  • Guest house / gite
  • Garage
  • Electricity on site
  • Double glazing
  • Character property
  • Business potential
Property Condition
  • Good condition

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Full Property Description


Located in the bastide town of Castillonnes, on the border of the Dordogne, this grand building was designed by Victor Louis-famed for the Opera House in Bordeaux. 

The current owners have sensitively and sympathetically restored the house under the supervision of Bâtiments de France. 

LOWER GROUND FLOOR …
In the lower ground floor, the medieval fortifications can still be seen; and in the floor below there is an open water source. 

GROUND FLOOR …
The ground floor comprises an imposing entrance hall, 4 salons and a grand salon, opening to a terrace with panoramic views over the surrounding countryside. and a large kitchen. 

FIRST FLOOR …
The first floor comprises five en suite bedrooms, accessed by two staircases. The east wing could provide two further rooms/apartments. 

APARTMENT …
There is a separate self contained apartment in the lower ground floor with its own access. The property is accessed through wrought iron gates from the 18th Century, giving on to a sunny courtyard.

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