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Reference 243694

9 bedroom Farm Estate for sale with countryside view with Income Potential in Chancelade, Perigueux, Aquitaine

1,300,000 EUR
1,118,000 GBP 1,391,000 USD
Enjoying far reaching countryside views from its peaceful location near Chancelade, is this beautifully renovated 11th century mansion with 2 guest houses, nestling in 7.5 hectares of glorious land with gardens and pool.

This superb property has been completely renovated using top-quality materials. Clinging to a south-east-facing hillside, with an arm of the river below, this estate features a mansion with terraces and 4 bedrooms, a second house, known as "le pavillon", with 3 bedrooms and a third house called "La metairie" with 2 bedrooms.

There is a 10 x 5m swimming pool. 2 large barns, garage, pigsty, two cellars, and boiler room.

Features include a new oil-fired boiler, fireplaces with inserts, fibre optics, mains drainage, water softener, new water heater.

All set in over 7 hectares of land featuring the oldest dovecote in the region.

Located in a hamlet 5 min from Perigueux, close to all amenities and access to the A 89 freeway. 136 km from Bordeaux airport.

The main house, with its superimposed terraces, offers an unobstructed view over the valley. A successful blend of modern and old, the charm of the decoration.

The first floor (approximately 250 m2) features an entrance hall, two laundry rooms, a kitchen opening onto a living room with fireplace, and a sitting room with wood-burning stove. A corridor leads to 3 bedrooms and a shower room.

Upstairs is a 74 m2 master suite with bathroom and walk in wardrobe.

Le Pavillon has a ground-floor kitchen opening onto a living room, terrace, bedroom with en-suite shower room (50 m2) and another bedroom with en-suite WC and upstairs bedroom with en-suite shower room.

La Metairie: (approximately 70 m2) has a kitchen opening onto a living room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, WC, terrace and cellar.

There is an outbuilding of approximately 104 m2, two barns with a floor area of approximately 220 m2, cellars, attic,12th-century dovecote.

A swimming pool, vegetable garden, grounds and woods, gate and parking and a former crypt complete this superb estate.


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