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Reference 243501

Historical 7 bedroom Manor House for sale with countryside view in Bergerac, Aquitaine

997,500 EUR
825,600 GBP 1,027,200 USD
Graceful and imposing 18th Century family home set in over 3 acres of mature grounds, offering numerous light and spacious rooms, high ceilings and period features.

With total living space of 438m2, the stone property is entered via an imposing grand entrance hall, with original tiled flooring and doors leading off to the superbly fitted kitchen with integrated Neff ovens, induction hob, island, granite work surfaces and laundry cupboard.
There is a separate dining room, a morning room with wood panelled storage, a living room and furthermore a study and pretty garden room which spans the width of the property and having triple aspect windows; all completing the ground floor layout.

There are seven bedrooms in total, five of which are located on the first floor. The principal suite is very spacious and has a dressing room and private bathroom with tiled floor, twin wash hand basins, a bath, shower and WC.
A central bedroom with views over the rear garden leads two more rooms, one of which has direct access to the family bathroom with twin wash basins, bath and shower and a further staircase leads to the second floor with two more en suite double bedrooms and a vast attic space beyond which once renovated could offer even more living space.

There is a real opportunity to still make ones mark on this impressive home. The gardens are very pretty with mature trees and planting offering dappled shade, a covered terrace for balmy summer evenings, another covered terrace with a summer kitchen, and a shower, all of which overlooks the gorgeous heated salt water swimming pool with wrap around terrace.

There is large barn for all storage needs with original animal stalls and a sweet cottage to renovate.
This simply stunning property is perfectly placed for ease and access to Bergerac and its fabulous facilities and transport links which are just a few minutes' drive away.


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