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100m2 house to renovate on a plot of 3579 m² with a well.
VG Between Mussidan and Neuvic pavilion of 2008 of 122m ², with 4 rooms, kitchen opened on a stay of 43m ², a room of water with double shower, a...
6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Outstanding value for money. A large 6 bedroomed stone-built house with enormous potential in a hectare of land, with barns suitable for conversion....
7 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
A wonderful opportunity to acquire a 7 bed character property dating from the 17th century and owned by the same family for generations. With views...
House of 82m², with two bedrooms, a kitchen open to the living room, a lounge, a bathroom, an attached garage of 36.54m² on a plot of 970m². House...
4 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms.
Beautiful périgourdine in perfect condition with kitchen, living room, 4 bedrooms, office, bathroom, shower room, 2 toilets, garage, electric...
/ 19 966SB Terraced village house located on a very pleasant place with all the local shops. Storey house of 128m ² kitchen open to dining room of...
3 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms.
Built in 1999, a 3 bedroomed single-storey property set on just over 2000m² established garden with fruit trees and small area of woodland with...
7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
A recently renovated, traditional Perigourdine property, consisting of a MAIN HOUSE WITH 5 BEDROOMS, open plan kitchen/sitting room, a private...
3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
A very attractive Perigordine restored farmhouse renovated sympathetically and set in seven acres of grounds ideal for horses. The house which has...
Douzillac is a sleepy small hill-top village in the Dordogne with a basic Bar, and Post Office.
Douzillac is an old village based around the school, church and medieval buildings at the top of the hill. Over the years several small hamlets along the bottom of the hill have been incorporated into the settlement. There is a Bar and a Post Office but not much else. Good views along the valley from the Mairie.
If you visit at the end of August, then the annual village fete is worth a visit. It takes place on the fourth w/e (officially the w/end after St Barthelemy's day). There is a small funfair with a very scary Chair-o-plane, didgems and sideshows (3 days), a communal meal and dance (Fri); clay pigeon shoot - usually, disco (Sat); big cycle race, antique/boot sale, and a hot air balloon ascent. The event ends with a torchlit procession down the hill, often led by a local band, to the football ground where there is a good firework display (Sunday).