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Chateau in Saint-Pantaly-d'Excideuil , Dordogne , Aquitaine

€325,500 (HAI)** £282,202**
Ref: 116387SGA24
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Superb historic commanderie dating from the 12th century with its private courtyard encompassing a small mature garden with a well, on the edge of a tiny village.

Susanne GALES, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 409006897
Price €325 500 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€310 000 without fees)
Ref 116387SGA24
Town SAINT-PANTALY-D'EXCIDEUIL
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Dept Dordogne
Surface 370 M2* Plot Size 250 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 4
Location
  • Close to golf course
  • Village property
Type
  • Chateau
Features
  • Mains Drains
  • Garage
  • Well
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Character property
  • Riverside
  • Double glazing
  • Business potential
Condition
  • Good condition
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Originally built by the Templars, it is known locally as 'Le Vieux Chateau' and has a record of owners going back as far as the 16th century. This easy to maintain 4 bedroom village fortress (2 bedrooms, plus 2 bedrooms in a guest wing) with a pleasant view across its courtyard facing outwards towards the wooded hill across the river Loue, is ideal for those who want a great piece of history but remain free from the harness of maintaining a large garden or park. The property's eight rooms, some very large and luminous, are restored sensitively to their history yet combined with modern comforts, double glazing and en-suite bathrooms. There are also two well equipped kitchens, the smaller located in the west wing with its 2 bedrooms and bathroom and its own outside entrance that can become immediately a self contained gite. Half of the medieval East wing accessed by an interior door has yet to be restored internally, leaving a great project for the next owners. The whole property has a new roof throughout. There are two much smaller village buildings attached to the extremities of its walls on the village lane side but the sheer scale and dressed stonework of this ancient property gives it a very detached appearance. Read more ...

Entrance hall with staircase 17 m²
Large medieval tower (at the base of which is a boiler for central heating and a hot water tank and garage) 33 m²
Inner entrance hall (opening onto the court) 4.5 m²
Downstairs bathroom with walk-in shower in black and white tiles , washbasin and w/c 3.8 m²

First floor
Halfway up the staircase from the entrance hall below, a bedroom (above the entrance hall) with window facing east and another over the interior court 21.5 m²

2nd Floor (level with the 1st floor of the adjoining main part)
Landing served by stairs from the entrance hall at the bottom, with stained glass interior windows and an exterior window over the court. There are doors to the library, the master bedroom and its en-suite bathroom and a door through to the unrestored interior of the large tower. 22.3 m²

Main part (Medieval) Ground floor
Large salon with very high wooden beamed ceiling and windows and stone fireplace with a wood-burning stove 34 m²
Main kitchen with an ancient Perigordine stone 'pichat' floor (mosaic of small cobbles in patterns), beautifully fitted and up-to-date, cooker, fridge, dishwasher, etc, exit through glazed medieval archway to the courtyard 30 m²
Stone steps up to a later mezzanine floor above the kitchen lit by the top part of the medieval archway (currently used as a music room with a grand piano) with an impressive carved beamed ceiling 34 m²
The upper hall up a short flight of steps from the kitchen (village side ground level with large door to the lane), interior access to the west wing, high-beamed ceiling 48 m²

First floor
Served by a wooden staircase from the upper hall, a large salon with large arched fireplace in cut stone at the further end, very high-beamed ceiling, a very tall window facing north and the old floor that has been repaired and restored, there is also an access to the west wing 50 m²
Door from 1st floor salon connects to the next room currently a library with a carved stone early renaissance fireplace, with very tall north-facing windows and a large window facing the view and the courtyard to the south, there are two doors, one through to the left wing the other to a second door to the master bedroom 37 m²
Master bedroom with two large windows facing north and a 3rd facing east, beautiful wooden flooring and there are three doors, one to the library, another to the east wing staircase and the 3rd to an en-suite bathroom 35 m²
En-suite bathroom with two doors one to the east wing landing the other to master bedroom, very up-to-date large walk-in shower, red, white and black tiles with two washbasins and w/c 8.4 m²

West wing (19-20th-century addition) Ground floor
Accessed from the upper hall in the main part, a large open plan modern fitted and equipped kitchen with sitting and dining area with south-facing windows and door onto a raised terrace and seating area overlooking the lower part of the court and garden 26.2 m²

First floor
Staircase from Kitchen/sitting room below and with access to the 1st floor salon in the main part, a corridor landing that serves two bedrooms and an adjoining bathroom between 5.37 m²
1st bedroom with large velux window in the roof ceiling and a floating parquet floor very neatly finished 15 m²
Bathroom with tiled floor, up-to-date shower, washbasin and w/c 3.8 m²
2nd Bedroom decorated as the 1st, with velux window in the roof ceiling 9 m²


The commanderie is 3 km from the market town of Excideuil with its local supermarket, shops, amenities, restaurants, etc.
Approximately 30 minutes from the regional capital Périgueux.
Limoges and Bergerac airports approximately 1h10 minutes and 1h20 minutes respectively.

All dimensions are approximate.

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