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House in Riberac , Dordogne , Aquitaine

€583,000 (HAI)** £504,633**
Ref: 22761JS24
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Exquisite Town House of the Highest Quality. Absolutely Divine!!

John Short , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 452 898 083
Price €583 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€550 000 without fees)
Ref 22761JS24
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Dept Dordogne
Surface 350 M2* Plot Size 675 M2
Bathroom 4 Bedrooms 5
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Town property
  • House
  • Country House
  • Character property
  • Double glazing
  • Garage
  • High speed internet
  • Mains Drains
  • Private parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Excellent condition
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I cannot impress upon you enough, dear reader, how phenomenally beautiful is this propertyl!
Centrally located in the dynamic town of Ribérac, this superbly renovated four/five bedroom town house gives you ample space as well as a beautiful walled garden, swimming pool and privately enclosed double garage! Read more ...

You’d be surprised how often people approach us wanting to buy something within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Well, here’s your perfect opportunity. Located on a square in the centre of the lively market town of Ribérac, this house dates back to the seventeenth century, and was expanded in the nineteenth. Five years ago it was renovated from top to bottom, and is now a comfortable and stylish residence, connected to mains drainage and heated by town gas. Renovation included complete replumbing, rewiring, and treatment against damp and wood infestation. However, the original floors and doors were preserved throughout the house, thus retaining its period character.

The accommodation totals approximately 350 square metres, of which half is on the ground floor, the bedrooms being on the first and second floors.

The double front doors with original wrought ironwork open from the street into a spacious entrance hall, 6m47 x 2m99, with wooden floor, coats cupboard and double doors on either side. To the left is:

- a drawing-room, 6m07 x 5m70, with herringbone parquet floor, stone chimneypiece, built-in cupboard wired for sound equipment, built-in bookshelves, picture lights, recessed spotlights and two windows facing south onto the square; a further set of double doors leads to

- the dining-room, 7m66 x 3m56, 3m35 in height from the original oak floor to the beamed ceiling, spotlights on wire tracks, bespoke radiator covers with granite tops, French windows opening to the east and a glazed door up three steps on the north side, opening onto a raised terrace.

The double doors on the righthand side of the hall lead to a series of interconnected rooms, comprising:

- a sitting-room, 5m77 x 4m06, with an oak floor believed to date back to the eighteenth century, built-in panelled cupboards wired for television and sound equipment, and a window giving onto the square to the south as well as a second door with glazed panel opening onto the street; glazed double doors lead through to:

- a kitchen, 4m99 x 4m95, fitted with upper and lower units, granite worktops, recessed spotlights, double sink, five-burner hob, double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, door leading to rear hall, two Velux windows with remote controls, a glazed door and a window to the north; a lobby and small passage lead to:

- a walk-in storage cupboard;

- office/study, 5m09 x 4m87, with wood floor, two windows facing west over the garden, and a trap door in the ceiling giving access to a large attic approximately 9m x 4m under the eaves; door to:

- utility room, 4m x 3m75, with large window overlooking garden, Belfast sink, plumbing for washing machine and vent for drier.

Behind the entrance hall is a small rear hall linking the dining-room to the kitchen, off which is a guest WC with stained glass window. A rear door opens onto a stone staircase down to the garden.

The original elm staircase leads from the entrance hall to the two upper floors. On the first floor, with its striking original oak floors, a central landing with a window south onto the square gives access to:

- Bedroom 1, L-shaped, 6m22 x 5m98 at best, with a window facing south onto the square, recessed spotlights, air-conditioning unit, a range of fitted wardrobes, and a shower-room en suite, with window facing north, fitted with twin washbasins in green granite surround, built-in mirrored cupboard, wall-hung WC and open double shower;

- walk-in cupboard;

- Bedroom 2, also L-shaped, 6m16 x 4m47 at best, with windows to south and north, recessed spotlights, fitted wardrobe and bathroom en suite also with a window to the north, fitted with bath with shower attachment and glass panel, wall-hung WC and washbasin in granite surround.

The stairs continue to the second floor, where the ceilings have been taken up to the roof, exposing the original beams, and hessian has been laid on the floor. Here the accommodation comprises:

- Bedroom 3, 5m76 x 4m11, with windows to the south and north, a Velux with remote control, air-conditioning unit and bathroom en suite, also with a window to the north, fitted with bath with shower attachment and glass panel, washbasin and low-flush pedestal WC;

- Bedroom 4, L-shaped, 5m87 x 5m49 at best, with windows to the south and north, Velux with remote control, fitted wardrobe and bathroom en suite fitted with bath with shower attachment and glass panel, washbasin and wall-hung WC;

- Study/Bedroom 5, 5m48 x 2m62, with window to the south and Velux with remote control. (In the event of this room being used as a fifth bedroom the door to Bedroom 3 could be moved back, enabling the current bathroom for Bedroom 3 to be shared.)

Beneath the house is a full range of cellars for storage, which currently house, among other things, a water-softener, the central heating boiler and garden equipment and furniture.

Access to the house from the rear is through electrically-operated gates, leading to a parking area in front of a garage, 4m82 x 4m64, the roof of which has been tiled for use as a terrace, with an electrically-operated awning.

The mature garden has been landscaped to provide a sitting area close to the house, a fountain set in symmetrical flowerbeds and a salt-water swimming-pool 8m x 4m.

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