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Reference247897
Price1,490,000 EUR
Bedrooms11
Bathrooms11
Floor Space558.0m2
Land Area4.8 Ha

11 bedroom House for sale with countryside view with Income Potential in Monflanquin, Nouvelle Aquitaine

1,490,000 EUR
1,281,400 GBP1,594,300 USD
Beautifully renovated 8 bedroom former Mill with separate 3 bedroom guest house and outbuildings, all nestling in nearly 12 acres of glorious land with gardens and expansive pool, enjoying far reaching countryside views from its peaceful location near Monflanquin.

Set in the heart of a lush valley, this enchanting property is the ideal location for a family residence or a tourist activity which could generate substantial income.

It has been tastefully renovated and offers great versatility. It can be split into two. The main house comprises a large kitchen and dining room opening onto a sunny terrace, a living room and 2 bedrooms with en suite shower rooms.

Upstairs ar...
Beautifully renovated 8 bedroom former Mill with separate 3 bedroom guest house and outbuildings, all nestling in nearly 12 acres of glorious land with gardens and expansive pool, enjoying far reaching countryside views from its peaceful location near Monflanquin.

Set in the heart of a lush valley, this enchanting property is the ideal location for a family residence or a tourist activity which could generate substantial income.

It has been tastefully renovated and offers great versatility. It can be split into two. The main house comprises a large kitchen and dining room opening onto a sunny terrace, a living room and 2 bedrooms with en suite shower rooms.

Upstairs are 6 bright bedrooms and 6 shower rooms.

Adjoining the main house is a guest house with a living room and a large kitchen/diner and upstairs there are 3 spacious bedrooms and bathrooms.

As well as the two houses, the property has various outbuildings, including a barn partially converted into a reception room ideal for large family meals or yoga retreats.

The large 12m x 6m swimming pool is set in a peaceful location and surrounded by a large wooden terrace. All around the property are various relaxation areas, allowing one to enjoy the exceptional setting while listening to the trickle of the water.

More than four hectares of grounds complete this charming property, located just a stone's throw from a picturesque hamlet with remarkable architecture and an ancient fortified castle.

The property is at the gateway to the Perigord region and offers the chance to discover many remarkable sites.
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