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House in ST ANDRE DE CUBZAC , Gironde , Aquitaine

€550,000 €503,500 (HAI)** £419,103**
Ref: 99937LMA33
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Reduction from €550,000 to €503,500
Fall in love with this utterly charming family home with beautiful garden, good sized swimming pool, packed with original features, within an easy walk to the village shops.

Linda Matthew , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €503 500 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€475 000 without fees)

Reduction from €550,000 to €503,500
Ref 99937LMA33
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Dept Gironde
Surface 200 M2* Plot Size 3900 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 5
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Village property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Character property
  • Garage
  • Mains Drains
  • Swimming Pool
  • Well
  • Good condition
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Beautiful family home character and charma round every corner, with its delightful garden packed with interesting corners to sit and unwind, or just relax and unwind by the poolside …

The traditional stone house is in beautiful condition - it’s rare to find a house which has retained most of its original features, the stone fireplaces, wooden staircase, and the girondine terracotta floor tiles – all in perfect condition. The living rooms are double aspect and so the rooms are light and airy, and their gentle colours offer a real feeling of calm. Upstairs there are 5 good-sized bedrooms and a large bath/shower room. The house is set back from the road in a village with shops and also only 5-10 minutes from the town of St Andre de Cubzac, which has a thriving twice weekly market as well as the usual supermarkets. The railway station and motorway are only 10 minutes away; Bordeaux 15 minutes drive, Bordeaux airport and St Emilion at about 30 mins, with the Atlantic coast beaches just over an hour. Read more ...

The house offers a habitable surface of just over 200 m² comprising:

Ground floor:

Enter through the old original front door with it’s intricate collection of cast iron locks and hinges, with its key fit for a king, and you step into the entrance hall (32m²). A light room with double french doors to the back garden as well as double windows to the front, and girondine tiles underfoot.

Salon (34m²) – two windows to the front and two to the back with stone fireplace, fitted cupboards and two tone terracotta tiled floor.

Kitchen/diner (34m²) currently partioned off with galley kitchen area with windows to the back, and seperate dining area with door and window to the front. Open stone fireplace and terracotta tiles to the floor.

WC with sink and cupboard space.

Office (12.5m²) with double windows to the front.

First floor – all wooden floorboards

Landing/corridor going along the back of the house overlooking the patio and garden, with area for storage :

Bedroom 1 ( 16.5m²) with windows to front and two fitted cupboards
Bedroom 2 (15.0m²) with windows to front
Bedroom 3 ( 12.25m²) with window to front.
Bedroom 4 ( 12.0m²) with window to front.
Bedroom 5 (13.5m²) with window to front and back, marble fireplace and fitted cupboard space.

Bathroom ( 12.2m²) with bath, shower cubicle, sink and toilet. Window to the front.
Laundry room (3.3m²) with fitted shelves/hanging space and window to the back, leads to
Storage room (13m²) with window to the front. This is currently used solely for storage, but could make further living space if required.


Front : Through the gates into another charming area of this property, with its gravel driveway and parking areas intersperced with mature shrubs and trees. Access to the two garages (35m² and 18m²).

Back :

Courtyard (64m²) which overlooks the pool, with access to the kitchen and garage, as well as a mezzanine area, which has been used as an open games room. The courtyard is walled on four sides with double doors to the pool, partly roofed with a mature wysteria offering summer shade. This space is completed by the outside kitchen/barbeque area.

A further open garage (26m²) currently used to store the lawnmower.

Pigeonnaire - An old stone building to keep the garden equipment.

Boiler room (12m²) with access to the garage.

The garden of nearly an acre, is another delight, with each corner you turn finding another space to enjoy – filled with mature flowering shrubs and trees, hedges, climbers and fruit trees.

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