€212 930 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€199 000 without fees)
Reduction from €219,350 to €212,930
||Dept||Indre et Loire|
|Surface||175 M2*||Plot Size||414 M2|
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A 4 bedroom character property with troglodyte dwelling centrally located in a quiet village street. Situated near the famous château of Montresor, there is an enclosed courtyard as well seperate garden with views and access to the beautiful river running behind.
The village of Montresor has been nominated one of the prettiest villages in France and attracts many visitors a year. Not far from the medieval town of Loches (17km) with mainline train station and large commerces. The city of Tours is 53km away with an airport serviced by Ryanair and TGV links to Paris, Lille and Bordeaux.
This beautiful property consists of a main house and a troglodyte house both oozing with character! It sits close to the famous château of Montresor and it’s turrets can be seen from the courtyard.
Both properties been very well renovated and the modern touches give comfort as well as highlighting the original features and character of the property.
There are old wooden beams, exposed stone walls and stone fireplaces throughout. The front door leads into the large cosy living area a large stone fireplace (open fire). The kitchen is situated to the front of the room and has views across the quiet street. At the rear end of the room there are more windows, and a door opening onto the enclosed terrace and the troglodyte house.
From the side of the living room a door opens into a hallway with a modern walk-in shower room at one end, and a solid wooden staircase leading to a spacious, beautifully decorated bedroom.
To the rear of the living room is an old wooden staircase leading the the first floor of the main part of the house. Here is found the family bathroom, large landing area (currently used as a dressing room), and a large bedroom. The bedroom has a wonderful stone fireplace giving a great focal point, exposed beams and views to the front of the property.
On the second floor is another large bedroom with character, spanning from the front to the rear of the house – the owners call this the « children’s » room as the head height is only around 1.60m in places, but as a short adult I was fine! There is a toilet and hand basin installed to the rear of this bedroom.
Back downstairs and out across the small courtyard is the troglodyte « house » consisting of 2 large rooms. The first is a bedroom with featuring an old infilled fireplace, stone bench under the window, and views to the terrace. To the side of the room are glazed double doors opening into the huge bathroom. Well thought out lighting and the back drop of the rock make this one of the most unusual but beautiful bathrooms I have ever seen………..not to mention the roll top, free standing bath, walk-in shower and indiviual his and hers hand basins! The troglodyte house and main property is currently rented out as a gîte, but there is seperate access possible if only the troglodyte house was to be rented out.
There is a separate garden with this property and is a very short walk across the road. Well worth it as it is a pretty, lawned area with shrubs and trees with wonderful views across the river. There is even a small wooden platform to moor a rowing boat – perfect for a ride down the quiet river on a hot sunny day.
Ground floor – living area/kitchen, hallway, shower room.
First floor – one bedroom separate to the rest. Large bedroom, dressing room/office space, family bathroom.
Second floor – large children’s bedroom with WC and hand basin.
Troglodyte house – large bedroom and bathroom.
Exterior – courtyard, utility/storage area, separate private garden with river access.
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