Charming 3 Bed Home in Pineuilh - €392.2K

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Aquitaine, Gironde, Pineuilh, France, Saint-Philippe-du-Seignal (France)

3 Bedrooms · 1 Bathrooms · 156Floor area

€392,200

House

Parking

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

156m²

Garden

Pool

Not furnished

Description

Ensconced in the heart of the sun-drenched region of Aquitaine, Gironde, Pineuilh in iconic France is a charming 3-bedroom house that whispers tales of rustic elegance and comfortable living. Crafted to excellence in 2003, the house stands on the edge of the well-renowned Bastide town, capturing stunning countryside views while basking in a light-flooded ambiance, all within its 156 square meters.

As you step through the main entrance, your gaze is immediately drawn to the capacious living space. High ceilings lend an air of grandeur, enhanced by the distinctive charm of a hand-carved working chimney, a vestige of time-honored traditional craftsmanship. Adding to the allure is a set of doors that open out onto sun-soaked, South-facing terraces, a picturesque pool, and verdant gardens. Adjacent to the living space lies the dining area, boasting the same high ceilings and terrace access, ensuring a seamless flow of space across the two areas.

Not only does this house serve as an idyllic home, but it also caters to the modern essentiality of working from home with a substantial 23 sqm office space. Depending on your needs, this room could be reconfigured to serve as an additional bedroom. The other end of the living space holds a well-equipped kitchen that leads to a handy laundry room.

Housing:
- Three bedrooms, featuring a light-filled master bedroom with an ingenious window placement providing countryside views from bed and a well-arranged dressing room.
- One spacious family bathroom, accommodating a bath and shower.
- An office space of 23sqm, easily modifiable into an additional bedroom if required.

The exterior of the house is as inviting as its interior. The garden extends up a hill to over 1 hectare, opening to stunning views of the Dordogne valley. Also included is potential for additional land. To the front of the house, a further garden and parking space for three cars.

Amenities featured include:
- A pool and an outbuilding with a large workshop.
- A 10m long covered terrace that doubles up as a dining area and wood storage.
- A gated entry with potential for automation.

Positioning is key and from this residence, the lively town of Sainte Foy La Grande with its celebrated Saturday market is just a stone's throw away. Analogously, Bergerac Airport is just a few minutes' drive.

Living in Saint-Philippe-du-Seignal, one can not only experience the quintessentially French lifestyle but also a multitude of leisure activities in the wine-rich region of Bordeaux. From wine tasting tours, visiting local markets, and exploring medieval castles, residents can experience the richness and diversity of French culture and history.

The local climate is a temperate maritime one with warm summers and mild winters, offering ample opportunity to explore the outdoors and relish the natural beauty of the region.

Whether you're looking for a permanent home to raise a family or a vacation home located in an engaging locale, this property caters to all aspects of comfortable living, unique charm, and an unrivaled location. The house is priced at 392,200 €.

Details

Amount of bedrooms
3
Size
156
Price per m²
€2,514
Garden size
3210
Has Garden
Yes
Has Parking
Yes
Has Basement
No
Condition
good
Amount of Bathrooms
1
Has swimming pool
Yes
Property type
House
Energy label

Unknown

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Welcome to the captivating, rustic charm of rural France, specifically to the quaint community of Blanzaguet-Saint-Cybard, nestled in the region of Poitou-Charentes, Charente. In this serene locality, we present to your consideration, a unique and truly French property - a distinguishable five-bedroom house complete with its own historic water mill. Lending itself beautifully to the rustic French countryside, this house is perfectly set up within a private garden sprawled across 29898m². The total built size is a sizeable 256m² with the living area at 44m². The house boasts a terrace size of 30m² that overlooks the verdant vistas of its pastures. This could be a domain for horses or any livestock, offering complete privacy and a tranquil lifestyle. Indeed, the wind whispers tales of history and tradition as you walk up the secluded driveway. The water mill is habitable and is an excellent canvas for those wishing to leave an individual print on unique, historical architecture. Further warming up to this singular property, you would find the heating system is an eco-friendly, hybrid one utilizing wood/gas, heat pumps, and solar panels. Outside, the terrace area basks in the sunshine and looks out to the generous pool, making it an ideal place for summer soirees. The large open barn and various outbuildings tease with potential for further development, subject to planning. One of the property's unique features is its private access to the river. This charming feature invites those invigorating morning walks with the chorus of nature providing the soundtrack. Living in Blanzaguet-Saint-Cybard guarantees a tranquil, slow-paced life. This place is blessed with the typical French 'joie de vivre'. It is an excellent location for nature lovers as it offers countless country walks and opportunities to explore. Additionally, it's just a stone's throw away from the beautiful Dordogne and a pretty nearby village. The community is not far from civilization, with commerce just five minutes away. Angouleme, with its TGV station, is just 30 minutes away, offering a fantastic blend of convenience and seclusion. When it comes to climate, expect a pleasant mix of sun-soaked yet mild summers and cooler winters. Adorned with four distinct seasons, the area displays a palette of colors and experiences throughout the year. What makes living in a house marvellous? Freedom, space, and the opportunity to customize living to personal preferences. With five spacious bedrooms and two bathrooms, the house offers plenty of personal space. Yet, it also has common areas that nurture family life and companionship. Property features include: - Spacious land size of 29898m² - Built size of 256m² - Living area of 44m² - Terrace size of 30m² - Privacacy of countryside living - Historic water mill - Hybrid heating system - Outdoor pool - Open barn and outbuildings Amenities Include: - River Access - Open barn (potential for further development) - Proximity to local commerce, Dordogne, and TGV in Angouleme - Private Swimming Pool An excellent fit for those who cherish tranquility entwined with, history, and the rural French lifestyle. An opportunity to bring your personal aesthetic to a historical landmark such as this should not be missed. This property is listed at 381,600 Euros and is truly an exciting opportunity to bring your French living dreams to life.

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Situated in the rural charm of Trévé, Cotes-D'armor, 22600, France, this 5-bedroom detached country house, set in a sprawling 3.4 hectares, boasts of an additional outbuilding and is located only a short distance from the bustling services and shops of Loudeac. This generously spaced property offers approx. 200 m2 of liveable space, with three agricultural buildings and an enclosed shed, nestled amidst the serenity of the French countryside. The house has seen substantial improvement and renovation work. This includes an extension and fresh exterior insulation to enhance its durability. A heat pump installation, and a professional paint job, ensure that the house is not only modern and energy-efficient, but also aesthetically pleasing. Upon entering, you'll find a spacious living area exceeding 70 m2. This versatile space can accommodate both a relaxing lounge and dining area, warmed by a snug wood stove. Accessible from the living area is a south-facing terrace that allows for ample natural light and provides a picturesque outdoor setting. The house boasts an open plan fitted/equipped kitchen, supplemented by an adjacent pantry, and leads into a sleeping area, composed of two bedrooms, a generously-sized bathroom and a toilet. An additional room of 13 m2 with pocket doors can be adapted for use as a bedroom, office, or games room as per your convenience. Upstairs, a mezzanine landing leads to three additional bedrooms, another well-sized bathroom, a toilet, and attic space. The basement provides a complete ground divided into a substantial garage, utility room, boiler room, and a porch conveniently designed for parking cars. Accompanying this country house we have an agricultural building of approx. 940 m2 (76 x 12.40) on a concrete slab, and two other buildings of approx. 160 m2 each. The property also features an enclosed shed installed with photovoltaic panels for energy resale, a potential income source estimated at 4,000 Euros annually. Plus, there's a unique sheet metal sheepfold at the entrance to the property. A well on the property makes for convenient gardening and irrigation. This rural setting makes it an ideal investment for leaders in agriculture, those keeping caravans-motorhomes, or other projects. Key features: • South-facing terrace • Wood stove • Open fitted/equipped kitchen • Adjoining pantry • Two bathrooms • Five Bedrooms • One additional room with choice usage (as a bedroom/office/games room) • Mezzanine landing • Attic • Garage & utility room • Boiler room • Porch for parking cars Trévé, a part of the picturesque Émeraude Coast with towns most of which were founded in Medieval times, provides an ideal blend of history and natural beauty. Moreover, with fishing communities and agricultural abundance, living here promises a delightful countryside experience. The region is known for its cultivation of fruit, oats, potatoes and wheat along with its affinity for tourism. Enjoy the panoramic views of the English Channel to the north, with the Bay of Biscay and Noires Mountains towards the south and west, respectively. The climate here is temperate with mild winters and pleasantly warm summers. Rainfall is distributed evenly throughout the year keeping the landscape perpetually green. Living in this area provides a balance of relaxed small-town life with the convenience of nearby shops, services and agricultural opportunities. Please note that the energy classification of this property is B, while its climate class is A; it ensures a comfortable living space with low energy consumption. The estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use is between 980.00 and 1370.00 Euros as per the prevailing energy prices of the year 2021. Living in such a house in the tranquil town of Trévé, you'll have the opportunity to experience French country living at its finest. The lush surroundings, coupled with the flexible space this property provides, make it a perfect home for those looking to embrace rural lifestyle.

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Welcome to beautiful, serene Bréval, tucked away in the pristine heart of Yvelines, in the Paris-Isle of France locale. This charming part of the French countryside is known for its pastoral beauty, tranquil aura, and overall peaceful environment. Living here promises bountiful opportunities to immerse oneself in the local French culture, savour fine regional cuisine, and enjoy picturesque sights. The area yields to four seasons: each bringing its distinct character to the landscape. In winter months, the region turns into a white wonderland that is striking and beautiful. Spring and summer seasons offer balmy warmth along with vibrant floral blooms that turn the landscape into an artist's canvas. Autumn is equally fascinating as it bathes the area with hues of gold and orange. On offer is a traditional, well-maintained family house enveloped in a lush green setting. The property boasts of a sizeable 155 sqm living space set on a sprawling, lush 6,340 sqm lot. This residence is composed of: Key Features: * 4 spacious bedrooms. * 2 bathrooms; one furnished with a sleek Italian shower and double sinks. * A grand, open-plan living and dining area, measuring a comfortable 35 sqm. * A separate fully equipped kitchen of 13 sqm. * A large convertible room on the upper floor, which can be used as a home office, library, or be remodelled into two additional bedrooms. * A large entrance with an impressive cathedral ceiling. * An insert fireplace in the living room, perfect for those chilly winter evenings. * A full basement offering 90 sqm space housing a double garage, boiler room and a cellar. * A registered outbuilding of approximately 30 sqm that may serve as a standalone studio. Engulfing the property is a flat, fertile plot featuring sprawling gardens and a quaint wood: perfect for growing own vegetables, adding a playground, or even setting up a small private vineyard. Living in Bréval offers an ideal mix of tranquility and convenience. Despite the countryside charm, Bréval is a mere 50-minute drive to West Paris, offering endless opportunities for day trips to the City Of Lights. Explore world-renowned museums, dine in Michelin-star restaurants, shop in high-fashion boutiques, and immerse oneself in the chic Parisian lifestyle. Back home in Bréval, embrace the calmness of the local rural culture at its most honest and authentic, unspoiled by rampant tourism. Explore local farm-to-table restaurants, meet artisans in their workshops, and revel in traditional French festivals and events. This family house serves as an ideal dwelling for those seeking a perfect balance between peaceful countryside living and the proximity to the vibrant lifestyle of West Paris. It is also an excellent investment for those considering opening a boutique Bed & Breakfast or Airbnb, owing to the area’s ripe tourism potential. Not only is this property a fantastic investment opportunity, but it also offers an enviable lifestyle found nowhere else. The asking price for this gem of a property is 399,000 Euros, a modest figure for the charms and prospects it holds. Make this gorgeous French house your next home or investment, and unravel a new chapter in lifestyle and living.

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Property Description: Step into the heart of France with this splendid four-bedroom house, nestled amidst the quaint charm of Poitou-Charentes, Charente, St-Même-les-Carrières. Positioned ideally on the edge of a delightful village, this scenic south-facing Charentaise house provides unparalleled opportunities for a tranquil and exploratory lifestyle at the hands of Mother Nature. The property is enveloped by unparalleled scenic views and boasts complete privacy with no immediate neighbors. Within walking distance, a local bar and bakery offer daily access to fresh French pastries and local delicacies. For those seeking retail therapy, the bustling market town of Jarnac is conveniently located a short drive away. The Property: On entering the property, one is greeted by an elegant hallway that leads to a traditionally stylish kitchen and a prodigious south-facing living room. The highlight is its doors leading out to a sizable garden. The ground floor also features a spacious master suite with a comfortable walk-in wardrobe and personal bathroom. The upper level further accommodates three well-appointed bedrooms and an additional bathroom. The bedrooms, though varied in size, uphold a warm and comforting ambiance with a complementing hint of rustic charm. Outside the main living area are useful adjunct structures, one of them doubling as a garage, utility room, and boiler room. In one corner of the serene garden - primarily grassy with mature trees and shrubs adding beauty - is a charming open-sided stone building. It features a built-in BBQ and WC providing a fantastic outdoor relaxation zone fit for a host of entertaining activities. St-Même-les-Carrières and Climate: St-Même-les-Carrières is a quiet village in the French region of Charente. As part of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in southwestern France, the climate here is an oceanic type, which provides residents with mild winters and comfortably warm and sunny summers. It truly is a location that satisfies those drawn to both the bustling village life and calm, rustic charm. The proximity to the town, the ease of cycling to the local town of Jarnac, and the short distance to the historic town of Cognac enhance the property's attractiveness. The Cognac region is world-renowned for its fine brandy and wine production, offering prospective buyers the option to immerse themselves in the quintessential French culinary and viticulture experience. Amenities: - Walking distance to local Bar - Walking distance to Bakery - Convenient distance to the Market town of Jarnac - Outdoor relaxation zone with BBQ - Ample outdoor green space with mature trees - Close proximity to the Historic town of Cognac Property Features: - Master suite with walk-in wardrobe and personal bathroom - Three additional spacious bedrooms - A large south-facing living room with direct access to the garden - Attached outbuildings with multiple uses - Large lush garden - Charming open-sided stone building in the garden In conclusion, this sought-after property at the asking price of €360,400 is your passport to escapism and modern living amidst rustic charm. Unveil the delights of French living with this gem from the heart of Charente, and welcome yourself to a tranquil lifestyle imbued with all the hallmarks of classic French country life.

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Welcome to your potential new home situated in the alluring region of Normandy, Calvados, in the charming town of La Rivière-St-Sauveur, France. This 3 bed-roomed contemporary house is sited on an elevated position providing breathtaking panoramic views. It offers a delightful ambiance and tranquility while simultaneously remaining proximate to the main urban centres. Built in 2008, the house covers an area of 112 square meters, ensuring ample room for all your living needs. The property sits on a parcel of land of approximately 1000m² which has been meticulously maintained and landscaped. Upon entering this fine home, you will be greeted by a thoughtfully constructed entrance hall which boasts a storage cupboard. This leads to a separate toilet and introduces the fitted American-style kitchen complete with a central island. The kitchen then opens into a spacious, well-lit, L-shaped living area of about 50 square meters. The ground floor further houses a generously proportioned bedroom fitted with a shower and cupboards, providing ease of access and comfortable living. Leading upstairs, a large landing room connects to two additional beautiful bedrooms. One bedroom spans 15 square meters while the second one measures approximately 13 square meters. Both rooms enjoy the luxury of a bathroom equipped with an Italian shower and a bathtub. The basement of the house supports a large garage with capacity for two cars, a workshop, a laundry room, and a genuine wine cellar - an essential for any home in France! The property's condition stands at the higher end of the market. It has been well taken care of and is presented in good order. Key features of the property include: 1. Three bedrooms, one bathroom 2. Fully equipped American kitchen 3. Large L-shaped living room 4. South-facing teak terrace 5. Two-car garage in the basement 6. Workshop and laundry room 7. Real wine cellar 8. Approximately 1000m² plot 9. Independent toilet. Located in Normandy, Calvados, La Rivière-St-Sauveur, the charming French town is noted for its tranquility and leisurely pace of life. Having a population of just under 2000, it offers the intimacy and community feel characteristic of French small towns. From bakeries, schools to health services, all the essential amenities are within easy reach. With its proximity to the English Channel, the climate in La Rivière-St-Sauveur enjoys moderate maritime weather. This means warm, mildly rainy summers and cool, relatively dry winters - ideal for those who aren’t fond of extreme temperatures! The surrounding Norman landscape and the nearby estuary provides a natural haven for boating and other recreational activities. Living in a house in La Rivière-St-Sauveur means enjoying the beauty of rural France while having access to the amenities of city life. Thanks to its strategic location close to the port city of Honfleur, residents enjoy easy access to several shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Offered at a competitive price of €359,900, this property provides contemporary comfort combined with the charms of French provincial living. It is more than just a house; it is a lifestyle. However, do keep in mind that it's a good condition house, not a brand new one.

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Tucked away in the verdant arms of Aquitaine, Dordogne, nestled in the quaint commune of Thiviers, France, stands an impressive 5-bedroom house, a model of modern convenience married with charming traditional accents. This commanding property is an excellent opportunity for overseas investors interested in discovering the delights of French rural living or seeking a sizable home with the potential for a gite business venture. Ensconced within a generous 8139m² plot, the freestanding, double-glazed barn conversion offers a total built area of 140m², complemented by a 30m² living area, offering the perfect canvas for your dreams. The structure retains its authentic appeal, a nod to its pastoral roots, while incorporating the luxuries of modern living. Housing amenities include: - Spacious open living space - Newly fitted kitchen - 4 bathrooms, with ensuite facilities for the main bedrooms - French windows opening to a deck and offering countryside views - A mezzanine level office and dress room - Additional storage space The main converted barn embodies bright, airy, and open-plan living. French windows invite the outside in, leading to a decked area overlooking the tranquil garden and rolling countryside beyond - a perfect setting for al fresco dining. Within the barn, two separate staircases lead to the bedrooms, a dressing room, and ensuite bathrooms. All upstairs rooms boast tranquil views of the neighboring fields. Adjacent to the primary living space, there are two separate buildings offering further living quarters. The vintage farmhouse, recently renovated with a new kitchen, unfolds into another open-plan living space. With one bedroom on the ground floor and another on the first, this ancillary accommodation is sold fully furnished and garnished by a garden. A second smaller structure houses a bedroom and shower room, with a patio for outdoor relaxation. The property features include: - Additional 120m² barn used as a workshop and wood store - Vegetable growing area - Above ground swimming pool - Stream running through open meadow - Private gardens with views over the countryside Venture outside, and the outdoor spaces do not disappoint. Fenced open meadows are ideal for grazing animals, while the mainly lawned gardens and thriving vegetable patch promise tranquil afternoons in the sun. An above-ground swimming pool crowns the property, providing a cool refuge on balmy summer days. The charming town of Thiviers is located in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France, known for its mild, oceanic climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Its location offers the beautiful vineyards of Bordeaux to the west and the scenic Dordogne River to the north, making it the perfect base for exploring the rich cultural and natural heritage the region has to offer. Thiviers is merely 10 minutes away, with its award-winning weekly market and a host of amenities, including a post office, bank, and supermarket. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, the area buzzes with walking trails, lakeside beaches, fishing spots, and castles ripe for exploration. The quiet beauty of this region is not only accessible but also easily reachable from Limoges or Bergerac airports, further enhanced by the presence of a train station at La Coquille just 5 minutes away. In conclusion, if you're looking for an investment or a French residence populated with character, space, potential, and convenience, the wait is over. At the attractive price of 349,800€, unlock the door to an abundant life, surrounded by the serene beauty of the French countryside.

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Take this opportunity to immerse yourself in the French countryside, in none other than the charming, ancient village of Cordes-sur-Ciel. Nestled in the heart of the Midi-Pyrénées region of Tarn, this five-bedroom stone house could well and truly become your very own home-away-from-home. The stone house is a delightful blend of traditional decor and modern convenience, situated a few kilometers away from the historic medieval area, freckled with plenty of local commerce. The residence spans a comfortable 160 square meters featuring ample space for you to put your own spin on it. It is designed such as to offer privacy while also fostering family connections and dialogue. The layout includes five spacious bedrooms, each containing an ensuite for maximum comfort and convenience. Additionally, there is a fully equipped separate one-bedroom unit that can serve as a guest house, a work-from-home space, or a source of rental income for the savvy property owner. Property Features: - Five bedrooms - Five bathrooms (ensuites) - A separate one-bedroom apartment - A garden with a potential swimming pool conversion spot - A terrace for morning coffees or evening stargazing - A fruitful vegetable garden and fruit trees - Adequate parking along with a single garage The property further boasts an extensive one and a half hectares of land surrounding the house, offering the possibility of wandering through your own private woods or setting up a charming picnic by the river, accessed privately from your estate. Recent upgrades, including the implementation of a heat pump, ensure the house remains at a cozy temperature all year round. The garden sports a large stone pond, a large terrace ideal for outdoor entertainment, a thriving vegetable patch, and an abundance of fruit trees. Additionally, Cordes-sur-Ciel's location within the Midi-Pyrénées region provides a diverse cultural and geographical landscape worth exploring. Known for its warm Mediterranean climate, you'll enjoy hot summers making a splash in the nearby river or exploring the cobblestone streets, while the mild winters provide perfect conditions for candlelit dinners and cozy indoor gatherings. The local areas offer an array of amenities from supermarkets, shopping centers, and restaurants, to schools and healthcare facilities. The strong sense of community, combined with the rich history and natural beauty of the region, truly makes it a delight to live in this enchanting part of France. Living in Cordes-sur-Ciel gives you the completion of two desires; relishing in an authentic French country lifestyle while still having access to contemporary amenities. An authentic marketplace, vintners, patisseries, and artisans all form part of the local commerce. The price for this genuine piece of French countryside living is 344,500 €. Enjoy the benefit of owning a tasteful French provincial house with the convenience of modern living. Immerse yourself in a lifestyle drenched in history, yet punctuated with all the conveniences of the 21st Century living. Welcome to life in Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn, Cordes-sur-Ciel, France. Your new home is awaiting your arrival. Note: Depending on local regulations, the pond in the garden could potentially be converted into a private swimming pool. Prospective buyers are advised to independently verify this with local zoning authorities.

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Welcome to Lassay-les-Châteaux, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France, a destination teeming with charm, history and picturesque scenery. The opportunity to own a piece of this enchanting land, graced with the timelessness of the 1600s, lends itself to those seeking a beautiful four-bedroom family home that promises tranquility, space and an intimate connection with nature's magnificence. This property truly is a gem in the heart of the French countryside. Nestled amidst the serene landscapes of Mayenne, this four-bedroom residential marvel stands tall, beaming with character reminiscent of ages past, yet seamlessly blending modern flair and comfort. Offering an accommodating 233 square meters of living space, this house strikes an ideal balance between spaciousness and cosy homliness. The property is tastefully finished to an exceedingly high standard, courtesy of the creative input of an accomplished interior designer. The design perfectly marries traditional features, reminiscent of its 17th-century origins, with the requirements of modern living. Blessed with 18,570 square meters of land, the garden is not only a peaceful oasis, but it is also a paradise for garden enthusiasts. Enriched by a babbling river that flows casually through it, it breathes a pronounced tranquility that only the murmurs of water can evoke. Abode Features: - 4 sizeable and tastefully designed bedrooms - 3 meticulous bathrooms that evoke a sense of serenity - A separate guest room to ensure the comfort of your guests - An annex that breathes additional potential into the property - Various outbuildings - A generous 233 square meters living space - A massive 18570 square meters of terrain The quaint community of Lassay-les-Châteaux is a mere few minutes away from this gem. Known for its picturesque villages and the famed Bagnoles de l'Orne, the local area brims with culture, friendly locals, and a relaxed pace of life. The climate here is moderate with fine, warm summers and cool, wet winters, making it ideal for outdoor pursuits year-round. Life in a house in this magical corner of France is an experience defined by peace, space and beauty. Owning a home here is not just a real estate investment, but an investment in a quality, unrushed and serene lifestyle. Whether you spend your evenings strolling the quiet, lantern-lit lanes of Lassay-les-Châteaux, or evenings in your garden, serenaded by the lullaby of the small river, life in here promises precious moments and memorable experiences. The flip side of this tranquility is the endless business potential that this property holds. With the region being a beloved tourist destination, the high-standard and well-appointed gîte (with a separate entrance) expands the property's prospects. This gives you an opportunity with a potential rental income, offering guests an immersive and tranquil countryside experience. Last but not least, your new home is ready for immediate move-in. A price of €430,000 awaits you on this journey to own the perfect countryside dream, a blending of time-honored charm with modern comforts in a beloved corner of France. In conclusion, this house offers a world of possibilities. It is not just a house, but a potential business venture, a piece of history, and most importantly, a home. A chance to live the countryside dream, to connect with a warm community, all the while enjoying the charm and tranquility that only a home in Lassay-les-Châteaux can offer.

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Welcome to Margueron, nestled in the picturesque region of Aquitaine, Gironde in beautiful France. Allow us to introduce you to a stately eight-bedroom country house, superb in its character and filled with charm, truly a great find for potential overseas buyers. The property is in a good condition and exhibits a festive amalgamation of traditional character with contemporary styling. This warm and welcoming house flaunts an impressive 432m² of living space. Completely renovated, the generous accommodation is enlightening, awash with an abundance of natural light streaming through numerous windows. The restoration has been done with the utmost care, maintaining the property's unique character while ensuring a comfortable, modern lifestyle. • Eight spacious bedrooms • Six well-appointed bathrooms • A large, sociable dining kitchen • Spacious reception rooms that are perfect for entertaining. An extra asset of this property is its lovely guest cottage adjacent to the main house. Positioned just far enough away to provide privacy for both the homeowner and guests, it offers additional accommodation and the potential for rental income. The accommodating grounds also include a swimming pool for those warm summer days and a barn for extra storage or creative uses. Wrapped in almost three hectares of lush land, you will find a three-bay horse shelter pleasing to equestrian enthusiasts. The grounds offer the exciting potential for gite business, subject to the necessary permissions. The house is set peacefully at the end of a tranquil lane, offering an incredible vista over the glorious rolling countryside. Although serene and quiet, the property is not in isolation. Local villages, shops and services are merely a short drive away, providing the perfect balance of countryside tranquillity and essential conveniences. Living in Margueron is an enchanting experience. Known for its warm, welcoming community and stunning landscapes, the area offers a peaceful countryside lifestyle that many city dwellers could only dream of. A quintessential market town, teeming with local produce, quaint shops and delightful eateries, lays just a short drive away. Enjoy a temperate climate throughout the year. Winters can be cold but are usually short, giving way to a long, warm spring and a hot, sunny summer. The autumns are comfortable and rich in autumnal colours, making it a picture-perfect setting for outdoor activities. Owning a house in Margueron provides an excellent opportunity for a new and exciting lifestyle, whether it is to raise a family, to retire or to successfully run a gite business. This property is priced at €798,000. An excellent investment, it offers significant opportunities for those who wish to embrace the gorgeous French countryside while enjoying a modern, comfortable lifestyle. Be it the allure of the French countryside, the promise of a peaceful life, or the possibility of a home-based business; this property could be the dream you are waiting for. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of the beautiful French countryside.

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Welcome to this splendid 3-bedroom property nestled in the picturesque region of Aquitaine, in Dordogne, Monfaucon, France. An immaculate build from 2014, this delightful home exudes modern convenience whilst upholding a sense of charm and comfortability and is available for a price of 294,250€. Upon approach, the property greets you with an expansive driveway leading to parking facilities at the rear. Access to the house can be attained via the living room or the kitchen pantry, offering an easy flow of movement within the living space. The kitchen is a culinary enthusiast's dream, boasting plenty of storage, an induction hob and room for an eye-level oven. Additional features such as a breakfast table for casual meals and the adjacent larder/pantry make it an ideal hotspot for functional living. Moving through to the open-plan living and dining room, prepare to be awestruck by the grandeur of the double-height ceiling and expansive sliding doors. The room is flooded with natural light, creating an inviting ambiance that leads seamlessly onto the patio and overlooks the astounding garden and surrounding views. The open fireplace serves as the centerpiece of the house, providing warmth and comfort for those chilly nights. Overlooking the living room, a large mezzanine floor offers potential for an additional office or library space. Moving further inside, discover the three double bedrooms - two with serene garden views and one fitted with sleek sliding wardrobes. The bathroom exudes elegance, with its sizeable corner bath and an additional separate toilet. Property Features: - Spacious 117 sqm - Three double bedrooms - Open plan living/dining area - Fully equipped kitchen - Central heating and double glazing - Ample parking spaces - Scenic outdoor garden - Large mezzanine floor - 1 Bathroom, 2 toilets Stepping outside, relish in the expanse of the large patio and manicured fenced garden, offering breathtaking countryside views ideal for relaxation or entertaining. At the rear of the home, a covered parking area and garden shed provide ample storage solutions for gardening tools or potential pool equipment. Existing in an idyllic section of Dordogne, the home resides in a peaceful locality with elevated views, proximity to the stunning Dordogne river, and easy access to local stores, Bordeaux and Bergerac. Enjoy the experiences of living in this part of France, with its Mediterranean climate marked by warm summers and reasonably mild winters. The region of Dordogne is famous for its gourmet food and wine - with Bergerac and Bordeaux nearby, world-class vineyards are at your doorstep. This sunny region has much to explore, from its picturesque countryside to its charming, slow-paced villages. Overall, the home is a well-presented and efficient structure comprising of a heat pump, underfloor heating and double glazing. Its flexible layout and modern conveniences make it an ideal choice for a summer home, a growing family, or downsizing retirees. Enjoy the tranquility and charm of this French home, knowing it’s a life well-lived in scenic Monfaucon. Whether you are looking to be one with nature or to explore the regional castles and medieval towns, this home provides the perfect base for a remarkable French living experience.

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Discover the charm and beauty of the French countryside with this lovely 3 bedroom house located in the serene and historic town of Saint-Méard-de-Gurçon, in the Aquitaine region of Dordogne, France. Constructed in 2003, this home boasts of a harmonious balance between modern convenience and traditional allure. Aiming to promote sustainability, this abode is designed to be energy efficient, featuring double glazing, underfloor heating, and discreet solar panels. From the heat exchange pumps to the layout of the rooms, everything in this home has been designed with an environmentally-friendly lifestyle in mind. The house’s character radiates a distinct French charm, achieved by using authentic old beams in its construction, traditional hand-made roof tiles, and fireplace stones sourced from an ancient property near Bordeaux. This attention to detail and dedication to preserving the authentic feel of the property have resulted in a truly unique and charming sanctuary. The living space measures a generous 140 square meters. You are welcomed into the home by the entrance hall complete with fitted cupboards and a standalone WC unit. A light-filled living area welcomes you with the warm glow of natural sunlight, courtesy of the beautiful sliding doors that open out onto a terrace. The terrace then extends outwards to offer a panorama of the private saltwater swimming pool, creating an ideal spot for leisure. The fully-fitted kitchen is equipped with a gas-fueled range cooker and similar sliding doors that lead out to the back garden, combining functionality with surrounding beauty. This home has three bedrooms, with two bedrooms outfitted with fitted wardrobes and a shared family shower room on one side. The master bedroom suite, located on the ground floor, comes with an en-suite bathroom equipped with a Jacuzzi bath and Italian shower for the ultimate relaxation. This bedroom also has its own dressing room and offers delightful views over the swimming pool and rear garden. An additional mezzanine level serves as an office space, reinforcing the dynamic functionality of the house. Downstairs, a large basement serves as a garage and workshop which also incorporates a storage room. Notably, a wine cellar is included in the lower levels, perfect for preserving your finest wines from the regions nearby vineyards. This property doesn't fail to impress when it comes to outdoor amenities. The recently added 9.5x4.4 m2 inground, saltwater swimming pool (2014) provides an exquisite spot to cool off during the warm summer months. Furthermore, the house is enveloped by well-manicured mature gardens flourishing with fruit trees. For those fond of equestrian pursuits or merely a lover of animals, a stable and field is available to accommodate your ponies. The property is fully fenced, securely accessed through electric gates with ample parking available for multiple vehicles. The asking price for this beautifully-appointed home is €454,740. Property Features: - Three-bedroom house - Energy-efficient amenities - Fully-fenced and secure - Double glazing - Underfloor heating - Eco-friendly system - Two bathrooms - Jacuzzi and Italian shower - Large garage and workshop - Wine cellar - Private swimming pool - Mature gardens and fruit trees - Stables and fields Living in Saint-Méard-de-Gurçon and the Dordogne region is a unique experience which boasts a rich mix of history, culture and gastronomy sure to enchant overseas buyers. Known for its excellent wines, beautiful chateaus, and active outdoor lifestyle, this area is perfect for those seeking a slower pace of life. The climate is a temperate maritime one, with warm summers and mild winters making it suitable for outdoor activities throughout the year. The local community is friendly and welcoming with a strong expat community. The property is conveniently located near local amenities such as shops, medical facilities and a school, ensuring all your needs are catered for. Embrace the beauty of French living by investing in this country home immersed in the tranquillity of Saint-Méard-de-Gurçon because there's truly no place like home in Aquitaine, Dordogne, France.

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Welcome to the enchanting region of Aquitaine, Dordogne in the picturesque village of Saint-Méard-de-Gurçon, France. On offer is a charming 3-bedroom house that promises a comfortable lifestyle fused with old-world charm and modern convenience, all in the good condition. Built in 2003, it spans 140 m2, providing ample space for individuals or families looking for their dreams to be fulfilled. The house is designed with an environmentally conscious heart; remarkable features such as double glazing, underfloor heating, heat exchange pumps and discreet solar panels were installed. These features were mindfully chosen to provide maximum energy efficiency, making your home not just a comfortable living space, but a responsible one too. Nestled on immune, this property exudes a warm, rustic character, seen in the old beams used for its construction, the traditional roof tiles, and the stone for the fireplace sourced from an ancient property near Bordeaux. It’s a seamless blend of the past and the future that leaves you with a timeless abode. The property is safely enclosed within electric gates, providing space for multiple vehicles and ensuring a secure environment. An entrance hall welcomes you, equipped with fitted cupboards and a separate toilet. Property Features: - The light-filled living area flaunts beautiful sliding doors, which lead to a terrace with stunning views and access to the 9.5x4.4 m2 saltwater swimming pool. - A fully fitted kitchen with a gas-fueled range cooker and additional sliding doors which lead to the rear of the home. - Two bedrooms, each equipped with fitted wardrobes and sharing a family shower room. - The master bedroom suite, located on the ground floor, comes complete with an ensuite bathroom housing a luxurious jacuzzi bath and Italian shower; a dressing room; and breathtaking views of the swimming pool and rear garden. - A mezzanine level currently being utilized as an office space. In addition to these features, we descend underground to find an expansive garage and workshop, a storage room, along with a custom wine cellar to store and age your best vintages. Outdoors, you can immerse yourself in nature with the 9.5x4.5m inground saltwater swimming pool added to the property in 2014, accompanied by mature gardens, blossoming fruit trees, and a stable field for ponies. Aquitaine, Dordogne, located in the South-West of France is famous for its agreeable climate. The area experiences warm summers and mild winters as part of an oceanic climate that benefits from more than 2000 sunshine hours annually - inviting you for outdoor pursuits almost all year round. Living in Saint-Méard-de-Gurçon stands for tranquility as the village promises a calm and peaceful lifestyle. With lush vineyards encircling the locality, you have an opportunity to savour the local wine and enjoy the exquisitely French experience. This house indeed represents an opportunity for those starkly unique and enriching experiences that only an overseas home can provide. It is yours to own at the price of €454,740. Experience a vibrant French lifestyle in a home that resonates with fine living while also being kind to the environment. Don’t wait, make your French dream come true.

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Introducing an exquisite 8-bedroom estate situated in southern France, nestled between the charming towns of Duras and Marmande in the Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne region. The residence boasts of original classic French designs harmoniously intertwined with an impressive attached barn conversion, currently serving as an integral part of the family home. This arrangement presents a unique option to segment the estate into two independent properties, thus offering immense investment and income potential. The property spans a generous 575 square meters, comprising of six well-appointed bathrooms and offering flexible living accommodation to suit various requirements. Its traditional charm is further enhanced by the presence of two separate barns. The first, a beautifully renovated dwelling completed in 2018, exudes a rustic yet chic allure with its exposed beams and vaulted ceilings adorning the first floor. Notable features of this conversion include bespoke aluminium double glazing, air conditioning in the bedrooms, as well as a cozy wood-burning stove and electric radiators. The second barn, a two-story stone marvel, is brimming with character. It holds planning permission for transformation into a residential dwelling and the current owners have commenced the transformation process with an unmistakable air of anticipation. Complementing the main house is a generously-proportioned, double-width garage equipped with two remote controlled roll-up doors. The grounds that envelope this property are predominantly covered in a lush green lawn, dotted with thriving fruit trees, shrubs and a productive vegetable garden. These verdant surroundings bask in the majestic beauty of the surrounding French countryside. Amenities: - 8 Bedrooms - 6 Bathrooms - Attached Barn Conversion - 2 Detached Barns - Double-width Garage - Vegetable Garden - Fruit Trees - Expansive Lawn Property Features: - Air Conditioning in Bedrooms - Bespoke Aluminium Double Glazing - Wood Burning Stove - Electric Radiators - Potential for Income Generation - Planning Permission for Further Conversion Living in Duras could be likened to taking a step back in time. This quaint town, steeped in rich medieval history and architecture, offers a peaceful lifestyle ideal for someone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The local community is welcoming and tight-knit, creating a homely atmosphere in this friendly, rural setting. The climate in this region of France is generally mild with a pleasingly warm and long summer, segueing into a slightly cooler but still comfortable autumn and spring. Winters are rather gentle with occasional frost, but snowfall is a rarity. When residing in this area, one can bask in the beauty of charming vineyards that proliferate the region, take leisurely trips to the bustling local markets which sell an array of fresh produce and local delicacies, or visit the nearby Château de Duras, a historical treasure of the region. Living in a house such as this offers certain advantages. There's space for everyone to have their privacy or gather together in communal areas for meals and leisure. The outdoor amenities beckon those with a green thumb while the luxury of space provides an irresistible canvas for the privileged owner of this elegant French homestead. In terms of condition, the house is well-maintained and move-in ready, yet presents the unique opportunity of a fixer-upper with its accompanying barns and the potential for further conversions. Its charm is undeniably omnipresent and ready to be further enhanced by the loving touch of its new owner. With the asking price pegged at 844,000 Euros, it's an unmissable opportunity to own a piece of France that combines tradition with immense potentiality, offering the perfect canvas to design and personalize your idyllic country retreat.

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Welcome to Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne, Duras, France, a beautiful enclave of peace, charm, and sophistication. A 5-bedroom property situated exactly halfway between the quaint towns of Duras and Eymet is available for purchase. This impeccable habitation, with hint of rustic charm, is set against the serene backdrop of the sprawling vineyards surrounding the area. The property is unique in design as it comprises of a main house, two guest cottages, an ancillary barn, and a former 'piggery', all thoughtfully positioned within 1.5 hectares of blooming gardens. The surrounding landscape gifts the property with awe-inspiring views over the vast vineyards, making it an idyllic retreat. Each building in this establishment retains its original features, combined with the comforts of modern living. The main house unfolds into an welcoming entrance hall and a cloakroom. A stunning, shaker style kitchen equipped with granite worktops, an island, and a separate utility room, blends functionality with elegance. The dining room adds to the warmth with its fireplace, inclusive of a log burning stove. The living room finds its place, just a step up from the dining room. Two bedrooms and a bathroom with a roll top bath are positioned on the ground floor, while the master suite, with a dressing area and en-suite shower room, is upstairs. The guest cottages are designed to ensure comfort and luxury. Both cottages feature central heating, travertine flooring, open plan living areas, a double bedroom, and a travertine wet room. Sold furnished, these cottages are ready for immediate occupation, a potential gîte business. These cottages have a separate driveway to ensure privacy from the main house. The proximity of a bakery adds to the charm and convenience for potential guests. Highlights of this property are as followed: - Main house with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms - Separate guest cottages with central heating - Furnished guest cottages with an open plan living area - Shaker style kitchen with granite top - 1.5 hectares of garden - A barn and former 'piggery' Nestled in the wine region of Duras, the climate is typically Mediterranean, offering hot summer months with cooler, yet mild winters. The local population, a blend of locals and expats, ensures a vibrant and welcoming community. Several year-round local markets, festivals, vineyards, and historic sites fill the cultural calendar. The area has been a popular destination for foreign buyers due to these attributes, alongside its accessibility from Bordeaux and Bergerac airports. The prospect of living in the local area offers a fulfilling blend of tranquility and adventure, from strolling through the vineyards, sampling local produce at the markets, to exploring the surrounding towns and their unique history. The region is also renowned for its world-class wine production, providing endless opportunities for wine tasting and vineyard tours. Occupying this property means settling into a life of understated luxury and laid-back living, while still maintaining the opportunities for a bustling social life within an international community. The property for sale is priced at €593,600, a fairly reasonable tag for what it offers: a marvelous blend of warm living spaces, ample guest accommodation, potential income opportunities, and the chance to live the dreamy French countryside life. Let the romance of France translate into your living, with this beautiful property that provides a canvas to design your dream country life. Give shape to your dreams of owning a piece of the beautiful French countryside, amidst the vineyards, in the heart of Aquitaine. There's no better time than now. Welcome Home.

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For sale: Immerse yourself in the breathtaking tranquillity and charm of Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne, France with this 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom house. Nestled in a serene hamlet located between the culturally rich towns of Duras and Marmande, this residence presents an intriguing investment opportunity teeming with potential. Beyond the panoramic views of the unspoiled French countryside, this purchase includes three distinct structures. Firstly, a classically designed home, decorated and finished to blend seamlessly with its rustic surroundings while also housing up-to-date amenities for modern comfort. Secondly, a beautifully converted barn, resplendent in a fusion of country charm and contemporary sophistication, completed in 2018. Lastly, another stone barn presenting a project ripe for conversion to further enhance the property's value and versatility. 1. Main house: - 3 spacious double bedrooms - A comfortable living room for family gatherings - A functionally designed kitchen/dining room - A convenient laundry room - A wheelchair-accessible ground-floor wet room and two additional bathrooms on the first floor - Expansive 11 X 10.5-meter decked terrace, perfect for hosting barbecues or simply soaking in the evening sun. 2. Renovated barn: - Abundant use of exposed beams and vaulted ceilings - Custom-made aluminium double glazing - Air conditioning in the bedrooms - Wood-burning stove & electric radiators - Integrated 6 X 4-meter swimming pool and a solar shower incorporated in the sizeable terrace 3. Second barn: - A two-story traditional stone barn - Planning permission granted for conversion into a residential dwelling, offering potential for a custom renovation project Also included is a double-width garage with remote-controlled roll-up doors and a well-maintained lawned garden graced with fruit trees and shrubs. The garden provides a rich growing environment for those with green thumbs. Located merely a stone's throw away from the picturesque town of Duras, this residence affords a unique blend of tranquillity and conveniences. Nearby are facilities offering horse riding, walking and cycling trails. Not to mention, the local produce markets, vineyards, and restaurants serving exquisite French cuisine give a genuine taste of local culture. The climate is temperate, featuring a delightful balance of warm, sunny summers and mild, cozy winters that France is famously loved for. Living in a house in France is a unique experience: the spacious rooms, quiet surroundings, and the smell of fresh bread from the bakery just around the corner could easily become an everyday reality. It presents an opportunity for a slower, beautiful kind of life, surrounded by nature and steeped in history. Experience the allure of French living, and consider this house – an emblem of architectural elegance meets rustic charm, located in one of the country's most captivating regions. The asking price for this exceptional residence is 395,000 Euros, a small investment for a lifetime of beautiful memories.

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Welcome to sunny Gensac, nestled in the heart of scenic Aquitaine, Gironde in France, where we're showcasing a charming 17th-century farmhouse that has been masterfully restored into an enchanting 5-bedroom family residence. With considerable space for reception and a vibrant blend of centuries-old charm and modern comfort, this property is a delightful homage to French tradition and contemporary convenience. Indulge yourself in the heart of the house - the dazzling double-height living room. Spreading over a comfortable 119 square meters, this room offers a magical blend of warmth in the winter and cool comfort in the summer, thanks to its direct access to the seized gardens outside. The grandeur is heightened with an imposing fireplace, perfect for those cozy winters, where warmth fills the room and provides a rustic, cozy setting. The property comprises five remarkable bedrooms dispersed over three well-utilized floors. The ground level harbors the exquisite master suite, ensuring convenience and accessibility for the residents. The property's external spaces offer significant value. A generous covered terrace extends from the side, providing the private retreat you always desired in those warm, sunny summers. Enhance your culinary skills with an open BBQ area, complemented with a built-in pizza oven - ideal for indulging in alfresco dining or entertaining guests. A few steps away from the main house, the heated swimming pool set in a sizeable garden provides a tranquil space to unwind after a long day. The garden stretches towards the picturesque Dordogne River. Here, a private pontoon waiting by the water’s edge allows fishing enthusiasts to indulge in their passion or moor their boats after a day exploring the waterways. Property Amenities: - Double-height living room - Five spacious bedrooms - Generous master suite - Open BBQ and pizza oven - Heated swimming pool - Large garden space leading to the Dordogne River - Private fishing pontoon Property Features: - Historic 17th-century farmhouse - Renovated into a family home - Spacious reception space - Size: 119 sq.m. - Four modern bathrooms - Close proximity to the Dordogne River Gensac is famous for its Mediterranean climate, characterized by warm to hot, dry summers and mild to cool winters. It guarantees an abundance of sunshine throughout the year. Living here is synonymous with a balanced, peaceful lifestyle amidst the perfect harmony of nature and modern living. The area boasts an authentic and profound gratitude for the arts, culture, and history- preserved in high-esteem throughout centuries. Gensac has a laid-back feel and offers a break from the hustle of big cities while thriving in economic activity. Close to the picturesque banks of the Dordogne River, find yourself getting lost in the winding vineyard-clad fields or visit the local farmer’s market, all within a short drive or leisurely walk from your doorstep. If you’re a fan of fine wines, Gensac is only 30 minutes away from the world-renowned vineyards of Saint-Émilion. To sum it up, this property is not just merely a home but a lifestyle – a unique blend of nature, history, and charm in the heart of France. It’s a ready-to-move-in paradise, it’s in good condition and waits for its rightful owners to make blissful memories in its warm embrace.

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Immerse yourself in the charm of rural France, with this delightful three-bedroom stone house, privately nestled within the hamlet setting close to the bustling village of Sigoulès, in the region of Aquitaine. This property, with its rustic features and quaint surroundings, promises the best of French country living. The price is listed at €301,740. Upon entering this picturesque property, you will find a spacious living/dining area graced by a majestic fireplace, with a unique vaulted ceiling that adds to this room's undeniable allure. This provides a warm and inviting gathering spot for friends and family, particularly during the colder months. On the ground floor, there are two sizeable bedrooms, both beaming with character. The main bedroom comes complete with an en-suite bathroom, providing an extra layer of privacy. The second downstairs bedroom has direct access to a charming private courtyard and a separate garden, offering a serene escape into nature. Moreover, you'll experience the luxury of underfloor heating during wintertime, except in the guest bedroom. The house is a comfortable 134 square meters in size. The local area of Sigoulès-et-Flaugeac, Dordogne, located in the Aquitaine region, provides the perfect balance of quaint provincial life and modern conveniences. A friendly, popular village that hosts weekly markets offers opportunity to become a part of the community, while assorted shops and restaurants cater to your daily needs and culinary delights. There's nothing quite like a leisurely walk or a relaxing bike ride through this picturesque hamlet to pick up your daily fresh baguette. Broaden your exploration to appreciate the full scope of what the region offers. The town of Bergerac is only a 20-minute drive from the property. Known for its vineyards and fortified old town, it is rich in culture and history and home to the Dordogne River, which is perfect for leisurely boat trips. France’s Dordogne region is renowned for its mild climate, making it perfect for outdoor pursuits and appreciation of the region's abundant natural beauty. The house offers stunning views over the alluring French countryside, charmingly imprinting every season's distinct charm on this undulating landscape. Main property features: • The total living area of 134 sq meters • Three bedrooms, with two located on the ground floor • One en-suite bathroom • Majestic fireplace in the living/dining area • Vaulted ceiling enhancing the charm of the house • Electric underfloor heating (except in the guest bedroom) • Courtyard and secluded garden • Picturesque countryside views Local amenities include: • Weekly market place • Variety of shops • Variety of restaurants • Close proximity to Bergerac airport • Easy access to vineyards and historical sites Experience the subtle charm of France at its best. Whether you're looking for a vacation home or a permanent change of scenery, this property offers the opportunity to undertake a minor upgrading of a classic French home that already possesses excellent foundations. Enter into a lifetime of enjoying warm French summers in the courtyard, and cozy winter evenings by the roaring fireplace. This property offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the tranquil and rustic side of life.

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This beguiling, stone property is nestled within the heart of bucolic vineyards in Pellegrue, a charming, serene town located in Aquitaine, Gironde, France. The home represents an idyllic retreat; there are few neighbours nearby, offering undisturbed tranquility. Despite this seclusion, you never feel too disconnected. A short drive away, one can find a delightful village offering a range of shops, a well-stocked supermarket, and a vibrant weekly market. This inviting house brings together simplicity and character across its 99 square meters, making efficient use of its layout. The heart of the home is a generous, open plan area where the lounge, kitchen, and dining room harmoniously intersect, creating an inviting space for families to gather and spend time together. Accommodation-wise, the home caters nicely for a small family or couple, with two bedrooms offering comfortable personal spaces. These retreats are serviced by a single, well-maintained bathroom, complete with a soothing bath, invigorating shower, and functional WC. The property grounds extend marvelously to a manageable, flat garden, blessed with inspiring views across the surrounding vineyards in all directions. In addition to serene aesthetics, the garden also caters for practical concerns, providing ample parking for several cars. Now to the charm of this property: It boasts a versatile bonus space. The first floor level of the house, currently uninhabited, lies waiting for your touch. Given the necessary authorizations, this could be transformed into an additional bedroom, a home office, a cozy den – whatever meets your needs. Alongside this sits an attached barn of around 160 square meters. Currently serving as a workshop and a storage space, it presents a chance for renovation and repurposing to suit your specific requirements. Living in Pellegrue promises to be an enchanting life experience. Besides the hilltop castles, medieval churches, and abbeys, it is home to a rich culinary heritage, celebrated through local delicacies and world-renowed wines of the Gironde vineyards. The local climate exudes a feel of 'gentle France' with warm summers and mild winters, which allows you to explore and enjoy the town year-round. There is plenty to do with the sights of Duras and Monsegur just 10 kilometers away and Sainte Foy la Grande, with direct train links to Bordeaux, within a comfortable 15 kilometer commute. The Bergerac airport is located 40 kilometers away, providing an easy commute for family or friends visiting from abroad, or for your own travels. The asking price is €178,200, representing genuine value in this sought after location. Property Features: - 2 bedrooms - 1 bathroom - Open plan lounge, kitchen, dining area - Attic space with renovation opportunity - Attached barn for potential renovation - Manageable, flat garden with views across the vines - Ample parking for several cars Local Amenities: - A few minutes drive from a local village with shops and a supermarket - Weekly local market - Close proximity to Duras and Monsegur - Near Sainte Foy la Grande with train links to Bordeaux - Bergerac airport within 40km - Centred among vineyards, offering a tranquil lifestyle

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Welcome to the heart of France's South West region, in the serene and picturesque village of Lévignac-de-Guyenne in Aquitaine. Here, an idyllic 3-bedroom house stands as a testament to traditional Architecture and modern luxury combined harmoniously. This is a gem for those who appreciate history, tranquillity, and homely comforts. When you step inside this 245 sqm Maison de Maitre, you experience a volatile blend of charm from the bygone era and chic modernity. The house boasts an array of period features that add a distinctive appeal to its decor. You'll feel the character in the house that is tastefully decorated and upgraded to incorporate double glazing, central heating, and modern electrics. It connects to the mains drainage as well, which saves you from the hassle of septic tank maintenance. A noteworthy feature is the brilliantly executed integration of the old and the new. It's the perfect balance between the timeless beauty of period features and modern-day comfort - the house holds an aura of elegance without compromising on convenience. As we proceed to talk about the rooms offered within the house, you'll be captivated by the expansiveness it holds: • 3 spacious bedrooms • A well-appointed modern kitchen • A cozy living room • A separate dining room • 1 well-maintained bathroom Complementing these indoors is the adjoining barn that extends the house's utility - a wholesome 200m2 space, housing the pool room, a table tennis room, and plenty of storage. Stepping outside, you're greeted by a sprawling garden adorned with numerous established trees and shrubs. A well-manicured lawn encircles a heated swimming pool. An expansive covered terrace area suggests endless possibilities of leisure activities. Living here, you'd be within walking distance of the village's delightful amenities. • A Boulangerie (A dream for the bread lover!) • A mini supermarket (conveniences at your doorstep) • A pharmacy, post office, and doctor's surgery (Healthcare covered) • A charming café (the ideal French experience) Experience traditional French life during summer when the village comes alive hosting an engaging night market. Lévignac-de-Guyenne, located in the Aquitaine region, is a charming spot that harnesses the beauty of rural life. This area enjoys a temperate oceanic climate characterized by warm, mild summers and cool, wet winters, definitive for the vineyards that promote the renowned Aquitaine wines. The region is famous for its diversity of landscapes, a blend of rivers, forests, hills, and farmlands. Living in a historical home such as this one brings out the same soothing simplicity and relaxed pace that wraps the rural village, enhanced by modern convenience. You can live the French dream, understanding the past, and adopting everything French at your own pace. This house stands ready, in impressive condition, for anyone to move in, inviting you to step in and forge your memories within its walls. The price of the property is €633,000. Owning this house is not just buying a place to live - it's buying into an enriching lifestyle. Indulge in the allure of French village life while enjoying all the advantages of a modern-day dwelling, all wrapped in one elegant package in this Maison de Maitre. A unique opportunity awaits for you to call this enchanting French home yours.

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Welcome abroad to charming Eymet, a vibrant community nestled in the heart of Aquitaine, Dordogne, France, where unique opportunities await the discerning home buyer. One such opportunity lies in a splendidly tranquil, three-bedroom house, beautifully set amongst verdant vineyards that bring an Arial portrait to life. This house, privately situated yet within reach of a bustling community, pulses with character and a multitude of original elements that make it an attractive investment option. A unique facet of this property is the ample room for imagination and creativity. It hosts an expansive barn, part-converted and equipped with windows, a compact yet fully functional kitchenette, plumbing, and independent access. This barn space presents an unfettered canvas for potential expansions or adaptations tailored to your personal or business needs. The primary residence is a generously sized haven with a layout comprising three substantial bedrooms. A bedroom on the ground floor features a convenient en-suite shower room and ample storage space. Upon entrance, a warm hallway welcomes you, exuding the house's charisma with an exceptional feature fireplace, a cloakroom with additional storage, and easy access to the rest of the house's amenities. Further enhancing the appeal of this French home, the bright, well-appointed kitchen illuminates the culinary process, and a lounge room graced by another stunning fireplace offers the promise of cozy winter evenings. An adjoining sunroom provides an idyllic space to bask in the vibrant French sunshine throughout the year. Stepping outside, a grand terrace invites alfresco dining or evening aperitifs under the stars. A large in-ground, saltwater pool, of 12x6 dimensions and sufficiently deep for diving, provides an idyllic spot for cooling consecutive summers. The view from here is nothing short of breathtaking, with a panoramic outlook across vine-stippled countryside, rolling green landscapes, and forests beyond. Living in the mesmerising locale of Eymet, Aquitaine offers a gentle pace of life punctuated by a diverse choice of amenities, from quaint local delis and bakeries to charming cafés and chic boutiques. Renowned for its wine production, the area also boasts an abundance of vineyards and wineries, presenting an endless opportunity for weekend excursions and tastings. The green countrysides and forests surrounding the town provide a perfect backdrop for outdoor activities like cycling, walking, or picnicking. The Dordogne river brings an added dose of tranquility to the community, ideal for relaxing fishing expeditions. You'll also find the climate here is thoroughly enjoyable - while winters may be cool, they are generally mild, and the summers are warm but not excessively hot. Property at a Glance: - 3 sizeable Bedrooms - 2 contemporary Bathrooms - Spacious Kitchen - Large Lounge with Fireplace - Original Features & Character Amenities of the Property: - Large private garden with Terrace - Inground 12x6 Saltwater Pool - Expansive Rural Views - Sizeable Barn with the potential for conversion - Private Setting within Vineyards This characterful home, charmingly encapsulating French elegance, could serve as a perfect primary residence, idyllic vacation home, or potentially profitable holiday rental. Positioned in picturesque Aquitaine, Dordogne, Eymet, the price tag stands at €450,500. Join us in your exciting overseas house hunting adventure in the heart of France's wine country.

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Charming and renovated, this quaint, three-bedroom house nestled into the beautiful Aquitanian landscape of Eymet, Dordogne, France offers an irresistible allure. Having witnessed history unfold, this cottage-like townhouse embodies a thriving blend of rich heritage and elegance. The tasteful renovation has preserved all its historic charm while incorporating modern convenience, making it a ready-to-live haven for a family who values the quintessential French living experience. For overseas buyers looking to step into the life of la belle France, this house offers a unique opportunity. The house is both intimate and spacious with a floor size of 92 square meters. It's well laid out over three levels, carefully designed to maximize space and provide a comfortable living environment. This house features: - Three well-appointed bedrooms - Two delightful bathrooms - A south-facing courtyard, perfect for catching some sun and enjoying alfresco dining while taking in the beautiful local scenery. Being a realistic paradise, the house is not overly ostentatious. It brings a sense of comfort, tranquility, and warmth; to put it simply, it feels like home. The living spaces are adorned with traditional features, such as exposed stone walls adding rustic charm to the environment. However, tasteful modern touches also find their place beautifully around the house, ensuring good comfort levels. The property is in a state of good condition hence, it invites you to move right in and start your French adventure without any of the worries or efforts usually associated with a fixer-upper. Living in Eymet, a popular and charming Bastide town in the Dordogne region of Aquitaine, is a truly unique experience. More than just its stunning location, Eymet offers a sense of community that is truly special. Residents enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with social events such as weekly markets, festivals and cultural events sprinkling throughout the calendar year. With its river-side location and proximity to extensive vineyards, the town offers plenty of outdoor activities, including flu fishing, bird-watching, hiking, canoeing, and hot air ballooning. Local amenities include: - Charming local shops - A library and a post office - Schools - Equestrian centers - Golf courses, and much more. The climate in Eymet is characterized by warm summers and mild winters. It's the idyllic French countryside lifestyle blessed with a lot of sunshine. Residents often spend their sunny days sitting outside at one of the many charming cafés, reading or simply watching the world go by. The cost of this house, filled with charm and tranquility, yet teeming with life, is €220,420. This includes all fees and charges associated with the transfer of the property, excluding any personal customization or enhancements you may wish to add after purchase. Steeped in charm and offering a living experience authentically French, this house in Eymet offers potential residents an opportunity to dip into the magic pot of life that is Aquitaine while having a comfortable residence to call home. Its location, the comfort level of the house, and the lifestyle it offers make it a prized property for any prospective buyer looking for an excellent combination of charm, tranquility, and day-to-day convenience.

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Welcome to the beautiful region of Aquitaine, in Dordogne, Eymet, France. Nestled subtly at the end of a picturesque country lane with no immediate neighbours and presenting a mesmerising panorama, this charming 3-bedroom house defines tranquillity and privacy while offering the convenience of a local village barely one kilometre away. Here in this local village, you can enjoy the irresistible aroma and fresh taste of bread from the bakery, the comforting ambience with a cup of coffee or meal at a local restaurant, and the friendly buzz at the bar. Situated under 10 minutes away by car is the market town of Eymet, a hub of traditional beauty, leisure, and shopping; whereas approximately 30 minutes away is the large town of Bergerac, renowned for its wine and gastronomy experience. Living in Eymet, you'll get to experience a rich blend of culture, history, and a comfortingly slow pace of life. The local markets offer fresh produce and local crafts, and the summer is often marked by festivals and native celebrations. The climate in Dordogne is known for its warm summers and mild winters. This delightful combination gives life to the spectacular green landscapes, making the locale a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. The house itself, an embodiment of both comfort and elegance, offers a generous living space of 227 square meters primarily set at the ground floor level. The internal features include: - A large kitchen/diner equipped with a modern suite and a coziness-enhancing wood burner. - A magnificent living room with a vaulted ceiling split into a snug TV area and dining room which seamlessly opens onto a spacious and attractive covered terrace. - Three comfortable and well-planned bedrooms. - Two stylish, modern shower rooms for your convenience. - A functional mezzanine that can perfectly serve as a home office. - An impressively glazed veranda extending from the covered terrace, offering an extra space for gatherings and celebrations. The house stands proudly in a well-manicured garden and its outdoor features include: - A pristine pool with a salt-water filtration system and a heat exchange unit, extending your swimming season. - A separate garage and storage shed ensuring ample storage space. - A generously sized covered parking area that could also house a mobile home. This house, with a price tag of €450,000, presents a golden opportunity for those seeking a calming rural lifestyle without foregoing the benefits of being close to urban life. Step into a world where convenience meets tranquility; a world where you wake up to the soothing chirps of birds, sleep under a crystal-clear sky dotted with stars, and live everyday enveloped by glorious landscapes. This is not just a house, but a ticket to a delightful and serene lifestyle, right in the heart of Dordogne, Eymet, France.

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Property Overview: Picture this: A beautifully constructed farmhouse, set amidst the serene countryside of Eymet, in the county of Dordogne, located in the picturesque region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. Dating back to the mid-1800s, this 7-bedroom charmer envelopes the rustic elegance of French provincial life in the most enchanting way. The property holds a main house plus two guesthouses, creating an array of possibilities, whether that's an expansive family home or an income-producing investment. Amenities Include: - Large Swimming Pool (12m x 5m, with new liner fitted in 2023) - Enclosed Garden (1/3 acre plot with ample greenery) - Central Heating System - Parking Area - Greenhouse - Old Stone Barn Ruin The Main House boasts 200 m² of prime living space, with the following features: - Farmhouse-style kitchen (35 m²) equipped with necessary appliances, complete with a cozy fireplace - Spacious living room (28 m²) adorned with a wood burner - Dining room (23 m²) enriched in history with exposed stone walls - 4 bedrooms, ranging from 13.6 m² to 32 m² - 2 bathrooms, including a spacious family shower room (5.6 m²) - Outdoor covered terrace (25 m²) The Additional Guesthouses: The first Gite (93 m² of living space) and the second Gite (48 m²) are assembled practically and tastefully, including: - Living rooms, fitted with wood burners - Equip kitchens - Bedrooms and bathrooms - Private courtyard and access to the garden Living in Eymet: This farmhouse sits near the popular market town of Eymet, a quaint and delightful locale that brings rich history and beautiful architecture to your doorstep. The peaceful ambiance of the countryside whispers throughout the property, while still maintaining accessibility to a more lively atmosphere. From festivals to markets, Eymet can deliver vibrant experiences packed with local flavors. Whether you're enjoying delicious local cuisine, exploring the medieval castle, or strolling through the colorful markets, living in Eymet is an authentic French experience, with the added charm of rural living. The Bergerac Airport is a 25-minute drive away, making travel for work or leisure fast and convenient. Climate: Eymet experiences a mild climate, with long, warm summers and cool but not overly cold winters. The weather is pleasant for most of the year, perfect if you love outdoor pursuits or simply enjoy the laid-back, alfresco lifestyle that this part of France is known for. Combining Tranquility and Opportunity: This opportunity presents prospective owners with a picturesque familial retreat or a income-generating entity. Living in this farmhouse goes beyond acquiring a lifetime home, it's about acquiring a blissful lifestyle with a French flair. Whether your dream is to renovate and create your ideal rustic refuge or to operate a well-placed tourist accomodation, come and discover the many possibilities this charming property offers. Note: The current condition of the property is impressive but might require minor adjustments according to the buyer's personal taste. To experience rustic sophistication, please reach out to arrange a viewing. Welcoming overseas buyers to an enchanting, provincial lifestyle in the heart of Eymet, Dordogne, France. Don't miss the chance to own a piece of history plus the opportunity to write the next!

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Welcome to this beautifully maintained, 4-bedroom house nestled in the picturesque outskirts of Eymet in Aquitaine, Dordogne, France. Priced at 477,000 euros, this is a significant family home that embraces its position within nature, offering panoramic views of the surrounding woodlands and verdant French countryside from the vantage point of your very own terrace. This is a place where you can spend hours watching idyllic evening sunsets paint the sky in hues of pinks and gold. Step inside this 198 sqm property and let the spacious entrance hall welcome you home. Exhibiting rich oak flooring, it leads onto a well-equipped kitchen where preparing meals would be a delight. Adding to the charm of the property is the accessibility to the rear elevated terrace from the kitchen; the perfect place to enjoy a sun-drenched morning breakfast or a relaxed barbecue evening. Complementing the aesthetics of the house is the generously proportioned living/dining area equipped with a grand fireplace and French doors leading to the rear. This accommodation also includes two comfortable ground floor bedrooms and a well-fitted shower room, boasting a separate WC for convenience. The first floor of this two-story residence is as appealing as the ground floor. It incorporates two enormous bedrooms, and a delightful master ensuite. A carefully curated shower room along with another separate WC occupies this floor, ensuring privacy and luxury. However, the property extends beyond, offering an expanse in the form of its basement level. This portion of the dwelling includes a double garage, rounding off your essential amenities along with an apartment. This section is ripe for you to renovate and transform into a dwelling for visitors, complete with a living/dining room, kitchen, separate bedroom and a shower room with a WC, of course pending correct permissions. The home is located within walking distance to the captivating bastide village of Eymet. This town is an embodiment of the quintessential French experience. Cobblestone streets lined with age-old buildings house a myriad of eateries, local shops, and weekly markets that unveil the heart of French culture and goods. The climate of this region is favorable, enjoying long, hot summers and mild, comfortable winters—a perfect reflection of the warm and welcoming local community. Amenities: - Four Bedrooms - Four Bathrooms - Terrace - Spacious Hall - Fitted Kitchen - Living/Dining Room - Open Fireplace - Double Garage - Potential Apartment Key Features: - Size: 198 sqm - En-suite Master Bedroom - Separate WCs - Potential Apartment - Walking Distance to Eymet Village - Basque Trash House Style - Open Fireplace - Fitted Kitchen - Overlooking Countryside Views In conclusion, this house offers a beautiful blend of charm, tranquillity, and space, encapsulating a homely atmosphere. Here's your chance to own a piece of French provincial living and history. With a touch of revitalisation, this home offers the potential to stand out as a unique blend of tradition, contemporariness, and unmatched convenience.

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