Magnificent small estate comprising of large stone manor house, two separate guest cottages and a large barn set at the end of a private drive in 5 hectares of land. The house is in a great location, set in idyllic, well established gardens with ancient trees including magnificent cedars of Lebanon and stunning views.
Interior and Garden
The property is used by the current owners to run events and benefits from comfort features such as modern heat pump heating, a recently installed new septic tank. However, the property could be used for a gite business or a family home with guest cottages.
Tastefully renovated by the current owners, with great style and expense, the main house dating from before 1789 has a great kitchen with granite worktops and glass partition doors. Period features such as superb stone fireplace, vast cellar rooms housing the laundry and boiler room, wine cellar, workshop and garage with possibility to convert loft if required and it even has its own lift.
The guest cottage has 3 bedrooms and open fireplace in the kitchen and wood pellet log burner in the sitting room, double glazing, electric heating and raised deck terracing.
The pigeonnier also has 2 bedrooms, sitting room with log burner and also has double glazing and electric heating.
The vast barn is in excellent condition with numerous rooms and a large open space that could be used for courses, classic car storage – numerous possibilities! The barn is registered on the town plans so is ready to be developed.
This property sits surrounded by beautiful established gardens with its own well and vegetable garden and fruit trees.
Located in a quiet location with no close neighbours in its own grounds just outside a small town with supermarket and all conveniences. This property is only 20 minutes Agen and Villeneuve and 1.5 hours to Toulouse and Bordeaux.