11 bedroom farmhouse for sale with 139.61 hectares of land, Perpignan, Pyrenees-Orientales , Languedoc-Roussillon
1,750,000 EUR 1,505,000 GBP 1,925,000 USD
REF: 183938 Show Map
- Bedrooms: 11
- Bathrooms: 11
- Floor Size: 500 m2
- Plot Size: 139.61 hectares / 344.99 acres
- Swimming Pool
- Equestrian / horse ownership facilities
- Gite / Annex / Additional Accommodation
- Income Potential
- Parking space(s)
- Private / Not Overlooked
Exceptional and luxurious estate with luxury stone built farmhouse, unspoilt breathtaking panoramic views, 10 en-suite bedrooms, caretaker's cottage, 139 hectares of land. All of which is ideal for retreats, boutique hotel, green tourism, hunting, horses, etc.
Situated in the middle of nature, sitting on a plateau, with surprising and unexpected landscape with overwhelming views, located at mid altitude in the Pyrenees Orientales.
There are 10 en-suite bedrooms and 2 stone cottages. The huge restoration has been done using top quality materials and has taken years to complete. Certainly a property to fall in love with.
Stone Mas - 500m2:
Main building over 3 levels:
Ground floor: entering at the top in to a wonderful bright room joining 2 buildings leading from the top to the bottom with several landings, just a few steps down to the right is the lounge 70m2 with a fireplace and a wood burner, a staircase built into the rock leads to a mezzanine 10m2 used as a library. The lounge opens on to a covered terrace 37m2. On the left is the fully fitted kitchen 41m2 open to the dining room with fireplace 25m2, both have access to a very charming terrace overlooking the beautiful scenery, corridors, a guest WC, pantry 10m2, shower room with WC. With an independent access from outside are 2 duplex en-suite bedrooms of each 15m2 with a mezzanine of 10m2. Both have a shower room with WC on the ground floor and are furnished with a single bed, there is a double bed on the mezzanine. Both feature nice wood work such as the staircase and old beams.
Lower Garden floor:
To the right are a sitting area 20m2, en-suite bedroom 30m2 with bathroom and WC with a door leading to the garden, en-suite bedroom 37m2 with panoramic window, bathroom and shower, WC. To the left are en-suite bedroom 17m2 with shower room and WC, home cinema 26m2, wine cellar 5m2 built into the rocks, corridor, en-suite bedroom 16m2 with shower room and WC 4m2, laundry 15m2, With an independent access from outside through a small but charming courtyard is an en-suite bedroom 16m2 with a shower room and WC. A second en-suite bedroom is accessible from here 12m2 with shower room and WC.
Landing, bedroom 17m2, shower room with WC 2m2, up 4 steps is another bedroom 15m2.
Stone Cottage 1:
Office or bedroom 12m2 on the ground floor, lower garden floor with shower room and WC 10m2.
Stone Cottage 2:
Sitting area and shower room 13m2, first floor double bedroom 11m2.
Covered terrace next to the lounge and kitchen 37m2, part of the mas terrace with pergola next to the kitchen and dining area covered terrace 20m2 with barbecue outside 2 large wooden decks with summer lounges, shower large swimming pool 100m2 surface with surrounding terrace, enjoying the wonderful scenery and quietness.
The farmhouse is nicely situated on a plateau in the middle of 139 hectares of contiguous land; below and above the mas the land is sloping. Around the buildings are about 3 hectares enclosed with a wire fence so that dogs cant escape. There is a herb garden, an orchard (cherry, apricot, plum, pear, apple, olive, fig, walnut) prairie and meadows. There is a tarmac access road up to the gate and is easy to drive. About 40 hectares are scrubland and the remaining 100 hectares are woods. The woods consist of about 70% chestnut trees and 30% oak trees. The wood is cut to sustain the fireplaces and wood burner accessed by walking paths. The flora is Mediterranean plants such as broom, lavender, cistes, wild asparagus, wild rose etc. One can find as well cepes, morels and sometimes even truffles. The size of the grounds would allow private hunting. Today an association hunts on the property, mainly wild boars but as well roe-deer, hares, wood pigeons, woodcocks etc. Lovely birds can be observed such as cuckoo, owl, woodpecker, thrush, various tits, blackbird, robin, buzzard, eagles, partridge etc.
When the actual owner bought the property it had been abandoned and the buildings were all in wrecks. The renovation project of the main buildings has been planned by an architect and works have been carried out between 2008 and 2010.
There are several fireplaces, a wood burner and in some rooms there is under floor heating (large lounge and 4 bedrooms). Some bedrooms have no heating today, but they all have electric sockets. Double glazed windows, wooden shutters in most places. Depending on the project and use of the property, it might be useful to install proper central heating in all rooms. DPE non applicable.
Energy production by solar photovoltaic panels, stored by an army of batteries - as well with a generator fed by fuel. Water is provided by a borehole and a UV-treatment, several tanks - 70m3 tanks for rain water collection. Watering system for the herb garden.
This exclusive property could be just a holiday home or primary residence for a large family. There are as well many possibilities to establish a business such as Boutique Hotel, Retreats, B&B etc. or on the farming side with the forest, game etc. It is impossible to do justice of the exceptional views with the pictures and description.
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