A deceptively large property in the centre of a vibrant village
Large stone village house with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, laundry room, cellar and a balcony with fabulous views.
Interior and Garden
The former village clockmakers and jeweller, recently run as a tearoom and bed and breakfast with some success by the current owner, now returned to family home but with multiple business opportunities,
Dating from 1580 the house has an abundance of period features from the vast floorboards to original plasterwork, marble fireplaces, built in cupboards, stone pointed walls and original shopfront.
Tastefully decorated and presented in excellent condition the property is ideal as a lock up and leave or permanent home. Located in the centre of the village in a quiet road within walking distance of all local amenities including the many bars and restaurants, the bars of which were of particular interest to the current owner whose custom will be greatly missed by said establishments when she leaves!
To the rear of the property is a private terrace overlooking countryside ideal for alfresco dining.
Situated in the centre of a historic village, in a picturesque narrow street, a lovely 2 minute stroll to the bars, shops and restaurants and close to the village lake with beach and watersports. Toulouse and Bordeaux 1.5 hours, Bergerac I hour.