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House in MAURENS , Dordogne , Aquitaine

€588,300 £533,441**
Ref: 115906MMU24
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An ensemble of farmhouse, gites and barns with potential for expansion

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Siret number: 814 615 969
Price €588 300
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 115906MMU24
Town MAURENS
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Dept Dordogne
Surface 450 M2* Plot Size 13388 M2
Bathroom 5 Bedrooms 9
Location
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Village property
Type
  • House
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Gite Complex
Features
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Electricity on site
  • Garage
  • Guest house / gite
  • High speed internet
  • Private parking
  • Solar / Photovoltaic panels
  • Water on site
  • Well
  • Wheelchair friendly
Condition
  • Excellent condition
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Nestled between vineyards and woods, this attractive group of farm buildings stands in a generous hectare of land with lawns, mature trees including fruit and nut, a vegetable garden, and well fenced paddocks.

The land drops gently down to a stream and waterfall, giving a pastoral feeling even though the historic town of Bergerac is only a few minutes’ drive away. The motorway is 15 minutes away, and there are good air and train links.

The buildings comprise 3 large barns, a spacious summer kitchen, and a 3 bedroomed farm-house with adjoining holiday cottages and utility rooms.
Extensive renovation work has been recently done to a high standard, retaining the feel of the original buildings whilst being eco-friendly for modern living.

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Heat and constant hot water are produced through a ground source installation, with photovoltaic roof panels subsidising electricity consumption. Capacity has been built in for a more intense use of the site so the bio-digester for sewage is sufficient for up to 25 people, and the heat pump has extra unused potential.

The L shape building is currently split into 4 spacious units, each with its own entrance, garden and terrace. All are well insulated and double glazed. They have modern electricity installations, TV and phone connection points, and underfloor heating to the tiled ground floors. Upstairs are wooden floors and radiators in each room. Some rooms have exposed stone walls.

At the corner of the 'L' is the old farmhouse. The rooms are generously sized. The entrance area extends towards the open plan dining/kitchen (47 m2). There is a separate sitting room (29 M2.) with wood-burning stove. There is also a ground floor toilet. Up the impressive hand crafted staircase to 3 large double bedrooms, a bath/shower room with WC, and another shower room with WC.

Behind the farmhouse is the "Chai" wing. This forms an independent 2 bedroomed, single-storey unit converted from the former wine barn. There is a connecting door to the farmhouse so the two properties can become one if required. The space offers 2 double bedrooms, a shower room with double sized shower, twin washbasins and WC, wide doors for wheelchairs, and a large light living room with kitchen to one end and wood burner to the other.

To the side of the house is the “cottage” wing. This includes a self contained two-storey cottage style property. It has a large living room with kitchen to one end, and fireplace with woodburner. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, a landing, a large store cupboard, and a shower room with WC.

At the end of the cottage wing is unit 4, currently mostly used for utility space. It could be reworked to extend the adjacent cottage, or it could provide a small holiday home. French windows open into a large ground floor room (27 sq m), and upstairs are two further rooms, one with ensuite WC. A separate door from outside leads into the boot room which houses the heat pump, and beyond is a shower room with WC.

The barns:
A large (91 sq m) tractor barn, with additional first floor space.

Another large wooden barn retaining a traditional local look with wooden clad exterior and basic infrastructure for an indoor (7 x 4m) pool, hot tub and sauna.

The third barn was the cow byre with many of its original features still in place. It could be turned into accommodation and already has an underground link to the heat pump in place.

Already operating as a successful gîte business, the property has much further potential.




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