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House in MERIGNAC , Charente , Poitou Charentes

€360,000 €333,900 £296,797**
Ref: 86848LKI16
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Successful, purpose-built Restaurant/ Large one story house with minimal conversion. Up to 100 covers, industrial kitchen, Storage area, rear courtyard, front courtyard, (for external dining) and large car park. Just off of the route National between a large town and Angouleme. Would also be ideal for a large bungalow.

Louise King , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 814763959
Price €333 900
agency fees to be paid by the seller

Reduction from €360,000 to €333,900
Ref 86848LKI16
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Dept Charente
Surface 254 M2* Plot Size 1724 M2
Bathroom 0 Bedrooms 0
  • Close to golf course
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Bar-Restaurant
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Detached
  • Garage
  • High speed internet
  • Excellent condition
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Freehold property and ground. Situated just a few minutes from the route national, but with no road noise and a feeling of countryside. This restaurant is popular with locals, tourists and business people alike.

Open Tuesday to Sunday lunchtime. With the possibility to double the revenue with the addition of evening service and outside catering.

High-end equipment, inc Limoges China and stainless steel based walk-in fridge. A superb opportunity for a chef and their partner.

Being sold due to retirement.

Could also work as a large single-storey dwelling, with the edition of some stud walling
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This well-known restaurant offers quality, traditional meals using fresh and local ingredients. Tuesday-Friday they offer a set menu of starters, mains, cheese, dessert, coffee and a glass of, local, wine for 15€.

Saturday and Sunday is again a set menu Two courses for 22€ and 26€ for Three. Wine is sold by the glass or the bottle. Offering a gourmet menu for special occasions, (Mother’s day etc).

Popular with the local population including a mix of nationalities and variety of clients from business people to local workers.

By offering a set menu consisting of starters, dessert and cheese can all be plated in advance whilst the mains are cooked to order. Allowing for a team of two, one chef and one front of the house. Keeping expenditure and waste to a minimum.

There is a large, client, car park. External dining in the front courtyard. Entranceway with clock room, through to the main restaurant with bar and till to the right, and restaurant area to the left.

The restaurant is bathed with light, thanks to the large and numerous windows, as seen in the 360-degree tour. Traditional tables and chairs are graced with linen tablecloths and napkins. Combined with Limoges china, pristine glasses and quality cutlery gives a luxurious feel to the value for money menu.

To the left side of the bar is access to the washing up room and kitchen. Fully equipped with all you need to run a successful restaurant, inc large stainless steel based, new, walk-in fridge.

To the rear and side is the external courtyard with garage for storage, inc a wine seller.

The far left of the entrance houses the client toilets.

The whole restaurant is heated/cooled by reversible air conditioning.

Dining area, (inc bar and cloakroom):- 198 m2
Washing up area:- 8.2 m2
Kitchen:- 50 m2
Toilets:- 7.2m2

Due to the size of the property, it would also make a bright and sunny, large bungalow, for very little conversion costs.

The Charente/Charente Maritime areas are sat in a micro climate. We are the sunniest and warmest area in France outside of the Côte d’Azur. We benefit from the brightest skies in the country.

Cognac, Jarnac, Saintes and Chateauneuf have a lot of Roman influence with amphitheatres etc. Cognac is, of course, well know due to the amber liquid which is growing in popularity year on year.

The area is known as “Spirit Valley” (production of all the internationally known Cognac rands as well as Pineau des Charentes, wines, Greygoose vodka, Grand Mariner and other spirits and liqueurs.

The largest producer, Hennessy, has just completed two new, large, buildings one to store their products, another as a factory for attaching the labels to the bottles.
Unemployment is incredibly low, for rural France, due to the industry as the barrels, bottles etc are all locally produced.

Due to this, for a small town, Cognac and the area offer a lot of services and entertainment. An olympic sized pool is about to be completed. Sports centres, schools, conference facilities, bars and restaurants are all very high quality.
The historical centre has been maintained, with its cobbled streets and boutique shops, with a ring road around where you will find out of town shopping. Extremely popular with tourists.
Here are links to the tourist board and the wikipedia description:-,_France

Again, due to industry, we are surrounded by vineyards. Vine growing land being more valuable than building land. So if these are your neighbours then they always will be.
The river Charente traverses the towns and lends itself to water sports, walks and riverside dining.
You will also see sweet corn and sunflower fields, the area produces the popcorn for the country.

You are well placed for transport. There are train stations in Cognac, Jarnac and Chateauneuf, all of which connect to Angouleme with the TGV and new fast track, (LGV), where you are able to reach Paris in 1h30.
La Rochelle and Bordeaux airports are within an hour and a quarter. Ryan air fly to Stansted, all year, from La Rochelle. Bordeaux is an international airport and an Easyjet hub. We flew to Barcelona from there recently.

The coast is an hour and fifteen away and the Pyrenees and Spanish border are 3.5 hours drive.
St Malo is a 4.5-5 hr drive with overnight, and daytime, ferries to the U.K.

PROPERTY PRICES.:-The peak for prices was 2006, since which prices continued to drop until last year. This region was one of the first to begin to recover. Prices are predicted to rise, within the next few years, as the fast travel time for Paris will attract more second homeowners.
Having said that the area is, in general, less expensive than Dordogne, due to its popularity with Brits, the Dordogne prices have been inflated.

A lot of our clients organise their own itinerary which can lead to hours spent travelling around the French countryside getting, lost, hot and tired.
By allowing me to organise your itinerary we can ensure that you do not have any of these problems. I collect you from the hotel and drive you to properties allowing me to discuss the areas with you and you to sit back and enjoy the experience.
The maximum properties that I would advise you to view are six a day, otherwise, they all merge into one. I also, strongly, advise on a few days holiday, in between, viewings to relax and discover the area. Leaving the last day clear for second visits, to properties that you particularly like.

We at Leggett have a team in place to guide you through every part of the buying process and beyond to helping you with the utility contracts, recommending local builders, restaurants etc.
All you need to do is find a house that you like, everything else is taken care of for you. Our fees are included in the property price.

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