Luxury 4 Bed Maison de Maitre in Villereal, Aquitaine, France

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Route De Beaumont, Villeréal (France)

4 Bedrooms · 3 Bathrooms · 350Floor area


Country home


4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


This beautiful 4 bedroom house is located in the historic bastide of Villereal, Lot-et-Garonne, France. It has been lovingly maintained and retains many features from a bygone age such as marble fireplaces, oak flooring, ornate plaster ceiling roses and cornices. With a few interior updates, this house would make the perfect home.

The property enjoys an excellent location, with restaurants and the local village boulangerie just a short two minute walk away. Those needing to travel further will also find Bergerac (25 minutes) and Bordeaux (1.5 hours) airports easily accessible.

For those seeking a unique blend of old and new, this property offers an opportunity that doesn't come around often. The house has the potential to be turned into something truly special, while its ideal location means you can take advantage of all the local amenities and attractions on offer.

So if you're looking for a home that combines history and modernity, then look no further. This 4 bedroom house in Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne, Villeréal, France could be your next dream home!


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