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House with pool and terrace Saint-Paul-Lizonne (24)

On the edge of a small quiet hamlet, charming ancient house in good order but to modernise, exposed stones, superb chimneys, It comprises a big fully equiped kitchen of 30m² with fireplace and wood stove, a sitting room of 36m² with stunning chimney, utility of 18m², a cellar of 27m², 3 bedrooms from 8 to 9,4m², a shower room, wc. Upstairs landing, 3 bedrooms of 18, 25 and 27m². A barn of 84m², possibility to have upper storey, a garage of 44m², attic of 63m², possible to make a gite, to split the house, 10x5 pool, land of 1700m² easy manageable, possibility to have 4 more acres of meadow with 900m² lake. Rare deal, viewing highly recommended!

$233,500
218
6bedrooms
land  1,700

By Sextant France

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House Saint-Paul-Lizonne (24)

Detached Ancient Stone Country Hamlet Property with outbuilding and Pool to Finish in 4 Acres Nestled into the hillside on the edge of a hamlet with excellent views and lovely orientation this ancient Perigourdine manor house has been a family home for the last 20 + Years and now its time to move on. Numerous possibilities with a Gite under construction and 1.7 hectares (4 acres) of pastureland and further outbuildings if required. There's work to do throughout including finishing the but what a lovely ensemble GROUND FLOOR - Central entrance into large entrance hallway - to the right country kitchen diner with fireplace and range of units - off kitchen walk in larder utility - to the left of the entrance hall a substantial living room with fireplace - further living room to the rear of this room again good size accessed from hallway currently an office and games room but could equally be a ground floor bedroom - opposite this room a large bathroom with a small indoor pool or large bath ! Seeing is believing but will be fabulous once finished ! FIRST FLOOR - Four bedrooms one of which is very spacious - bathroom with wc - further smaller bedroom or office, dressing room - further room to be finished Workshop underneath the house - 10 x 5 m swimming pool infinity pool to be finished sur devis - Second house major works have been started - Further selection of outbuildings available if required adjacent to the property Approximately 4 acres plot ideal for horses and or small holding Situated not far from Verteillac a touristic village, with shops, bars, restaurants, bank, school, etc. just 45 minutes from Angoulême with its TGV line to Paris in 2 hours. The Dordogne region boasts a good climate, it is about 6-7 hrs drive down from the northern ports in France, the house is just 5mins from the town of Nontron with most amenities including; swimming pool, many restaurants and all less than an hour from two popular airports offering discount flights to and from the Uk and other destinations. Please contact us at J & S Immo for more details, French company English representatives with over two decades of experience in French property sales, we are an enthusiastic established agency with our ear to the ground and here to help guide you through the purchasing process and beyond. To find out more about the risk elements at this property and any others please ask us or take a look at Géorisques : www.georisques.gouv.fr J&S IMMO Simon HAMMER - Agent Commercial - French and English Speaking - Tél. : 0033 617767520 Email : [email protected] 65 Avenue de la République - 16260 CHASSENEUIL-SUR-BONNIEURE Email [email protected] / office : 0033 5 45 68 05 50 PRIX HONORAIRES D'AGENCE INCLUS : 312 000 euros dt Forfait d'honoraires de 4.00% - à la charge de l'acquéreur - PRIX NET VENDEUR: 300 000 euros

$334,200
225
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1.7ha

By J&s Immo

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House with garden and terrace Saint-Paul-Lizonne (24)

In a quiet and privileged environment, this old mill will seduce you with the quality of its renovation, surrounded by canals and meadow on more than 4 hectares. On the ground floor, the building offers a large kitchen, an L-shaped living room with dining room, also a laundry room. Upstairs two parental suites, as well as two other bedrooms and a separate bathroom. A beautiful attached barn of more than 100 m² on the ground offers many possibilities to evolve the property according to your needs and desires. Another outbuilding of about 60m² can be transformed into a second home (agreement of the town hall obtained). The stream and the various canals offer a unique setting has this property. You can enjoy this place by canoe on more than a kilometer of private canals, fish, or just enjoy the banks to enjoy. The mill is also very well equipped: heat pump, thermodynamic tank, micro purification station, double glazing, which makes the house very energy efficient. Also an ongoing project for the installation of photovoltaic panels. A place of very rare quality to discover and live! This real estate ad was written under the editorial responsibility of Mr. Quentin BOUAULT (EI), 06.73.27.44.90, Commercial agent agent in real estate at the RSAC of the Commercial Court of Périgueux, under the number 848095899. Including fees of 4.5% to be paid by of the purchaser. Price excluding fees 545 000 €. Energy class B, Climate class A Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, based on the year's energy prices 2021: between 980.00 and 1390.00 €. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website: georisques.gouv.fr. This property is offered to you by a commercial agent.

$610,000
240
4bedrooms
1bathroom
land  4.9ha

By Immobiliere De L'isle - 24000

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Property with pool and garden Allemans (24)

In the magnificent setting of the Périgord Vert, near Ribérac, we invite you to discover this exceptional estate spanning 6 hectares of gardens, parks, woods and truffle fields. In the heart of this haven of peace, a completely renovated Carthusian monastery offers the perfect blend of modern comfort and authentic charm. This property enjoys a privileged location, between two of France's Most Beautiful Villages: Aubeterre-sur-Dronne and Brantôme. The Val-de-Dronne region boasts rolling hills, windmills, Romanesque churches and forests. The region's rich architectural heritage, built mainly of white limestone, gives it a special luminosity. The area was also explored by English writer Edward Harrison Barker in the 19th century, who described his journey on foot and by canoe in his book ‘Two Summers in Guyenne’. Local shops are just a 10-minute drive away. Bordeaux and its international airport can be reached in 1 hour 30 minutes and Angoulême TGV station in 50 minutes. Description In a commanding position at the top of a small hill with wonderful views over the neighbouring valley, away from the hustle and bustle yet just a short distance from a market town, the property spans approx. 6 ha (22 acres) of parklands, gardens, woods and truffle plantations, all of which are completely fenced in and protected from curious eyes. Three entrances follow one another along a small road with very little traffic: a direct access to a meadow that serves as a parking area for customers, the main entrance via a courtyard of honour, and a service entrance for caterers and delivery staff. Finally, a gate is located along a communal road that marks the boundary of one of the two truffle fields on the main plot. It leads to a terrace at the back of a gîte and a pool area. The main courtyard is surrounded by a high wall made of local white stone, whitewashed and covered with canal tiles. It comprises five passages, including the main entrance - an electric wrought iron gate supported by two stone pillars topped by a finial in the shape of a compass rose. The driveways lead to all the buildings that form a U-shape with the Charterhouse: a reception room, a lean-to for parking two vehicles, the gîte, a gym with sauna, and a former dwelling house. All the roofs, with two or four slopes, are of canal tiles, as is the mansion house with flat tiles; the walls are of rendered or pointed stone and the bays are predominantly straight. To the south, in the same perspective as the main courtyard, a square, flower-filled, private garden lies behind the Carthusian monastery. It is entirely enclosed by a stone wall and flanked by a dovecote with a peppered roof. From a late-built veranda separating two terraces, a central path gently slopes up to a remarkable sculpted iron gate, raised above the low wall and leading to a set of steps. On either side of the garden is the swimming pool to the west, with its decking area and bar, and to the east a recently planted truffle orchard, a vegetable garden and a mobile home. The main house Built in 1698 on a rectangular, symmetrical plan, it perfectly matches Jean-Marie Bélingard's definition of a Périgord chartreuse: ‘a mansion, built between 1650 and 1850 or so, with a single ground floor, strongly barlong, featuring exterior architectural features and an interior finish that stands out from the ordinary, and demonstrating a certain art of living’. Its main facade features six straight bays with windows and French windows topped by dormer windows with pediments topped with finials. Under a Mansard roof of flat and canal tiles, it has a layout that is typical of this type of architecture, centred on a room where the main entrance opens out and from which two side corridors lead to the other rooms. The facades are covered in light-coloured plaster. During the 20th century, a central extension with numerous windows was created on the garden side to enlarge the main room. Recent renovation works have involved converting the attic space into guest rooms, creating fenestration between the original dormer windows, filling in and insulating the crawl space, installing central heating, fitting new radiators to match the volumes to be heated, repairing and insulating the roof, overhauling the electrical system, creating a drainage system, and replacing the upstairs window frames with new, made-to-measure, double-glazed wooden joinery. To preserve the authenticity of the building, the single-glazed windows on the ground floor were retained. The ground floor There are six French windows leading to the ground floor, three on each side of the building. The main, central entrance welcomes guests directly into the privacy and comfort of the living room. In this room, which measures over 33 m², the floor is paved with stone, as is the veranda that extends it, bathed in light and open onto the terrace and garden. All the trades were involved in the interior renovation, which covered all the rooms and their various elements, apart from the single-glazed windows, which were retained at this level. To the east, a corridor leads to a kitchen with the original floor laid on a ladder. A cooking hob has been installed in the old brick and stone fireplace, and a central island gives structure to the vast room of almost 30 m². An adjoining dining room, measuring over 37 m², communicates with the kitchen, but also has independent access via the corridor and external patio doors. In this way, bed and breakfast guests do not disturb the occupants on the ground floor when they come and go via the staircase to the first floor, the level dedicated to them. On the other side of the living room are the private areas: a study with its wooden bookcase, a vast master bedroom with its remarkably sculpted marble fireplace, and a bathroom with a walk-in shower, a re-glazed antique bathtub, a bidet and a toilet. A brick wall, uncovered during the works, has been exposed to reveal the architectural history of the building and to give this last room its own identity. The first floor A wooden and wrought iron staircase leads up from the dining room. Entirely dedicated to welcoming guests, it features a landing furnished with a bar and a reading area within a long corridor that leads to the five bedrooms on this level. The walls are insulated, and all the wide strip parquet flooring and skirting boards are in oak. Four bedrooms each have a view over the courtyard of honour and a private shower room with toilet. At the end of the corridor, the fifth bedroom, complete with wardrobe and shower room with bath and toilet, forms a luxury suite with triple views of the courtyard, garden and swimming pool. The exposed beams, parquet flooring and meticulous attention to detail go right down to the shower heads, inlaid in the wooden beams. The function house The first building in the courtyard of honour is a former barn, which was renovated in 2016 to create a single-storey reception room of over 130 m² with a seating capacity of 120. The roof structure and roofing were completely redone and raised by 70 cm, with a rain screen and insulation under the panelling. An anhydrite screed was poured on the floor, enabling heating to be installed under the travertine tiles. Two cast-iron radiators have been installed to make the room even more comfortable. The walls are of rubble stone. On the east gable, guests arriving from the parking area can enter directly through a large wooden bay with small panes. On the opposite side, an iron-gated wine cellar, sanitary facilities and a professional kitchen are located under a mezzanine overlooking the room. The wooden frames are double-glazed, and the building has its own electrical panel. The carport Between the reception building and the gîte, a canopy with a single-pitch tiled roof provides parking for two vehicles. The guest house Also overlooking the courtyard of honour, the guest house underwent major renovation work in 2016. In order to create an upper floor while preserving the original roof structure, it was decided to lower the floor by around 1.4 metres. Here too, an anhydrite screed was poured and underfloor heating installed under travertine tiles that are maintained every three years with a water- and oil-repellent product. All the wooden, double-glazed joinery was made to measure, some of it curved. A large through dining room includes a fully-equipped open-plan kitchen and a wooden staircase with a striking contemporary-style wrought-iron balustrade. Behind a large bay window is a terrace, also dug into the ground, which is accessible to people with reduced mobility. The ground floor also houses a TV lounge and a bedroom with en suite shower room and toilet. Upstairs, a mezzanine room leads to four bedrooms on either side and two shower rooms with toilets. Part of the building is dedicated to sport and wellness, with high-quality machines, a large television, a shower, an infrared sauna for five people and a technical room. The annex According to the date on the adjacent pillar, it dates from 1851. The building separates the main courtyard from the meadow used as a parking area. Under a hipped canal tile roof, it comprises a ground floor with a living area and an attic lit by windows. The large room, spanning more than 50 m² (538 sq ft), has been left untouched and features a fireplace and two bread ovens; the floor has been covered with a bush-hammered cement screed. A hallway leads to a shed with a dirt floor, as well as a boiler room with a concrete screed. In 2017, a pellet-fired boiler with high-resistance pink plasterboard insulation and a 9-t silo was installed to supply the main house, the gîte and the reception building, with underfloor heating for the latter two. The old oil-fired boiler and its 1,000-litre tank are still connected to the grid, if needed. The dovecote This is an integral part of the garden enclosure at the back of the house. Cylindrical in shape under a flat-tiled, pepper-pot roof, it rises to two levels accessible from the garden and has four flight platforms. A fairly straightforward restoration would enable a floor to be laid and the external straight staircase to be restored to its original purpose. The swimming pool Slightly off-centre in the grounds, with a commanding view over the edge of the woods, the swimming pool was designed to be luxurious, exotic and occasionally festive. Its imposing size of 15 x 6 m, with a Californian-style linear drop of around 0 to 1.9 m, required unusual foundations around 8 m deep with 300 tonnes of backfill and reinforced concrete posts. It features a terrace in Brazilian wood (ipe), a beach of fine sand, a counter-current swimming system, night lighting, a bar with a shaded counter and fridge, a beer pump, a barbecue, palm trees and banana trees. During the season, maintenance of the salt treatment system is covered by contract. The courtyard of honour An avenue of lime trees crosses the courtyard from the gate to the entrance to the main house, separating the flowerbeds, which are laid to lawn. In addition, four sculpted pillars, supported by a coping, support a pyramidal ashlar roof in front of the main house. Together, they form a heritage feature with a patina of age that conceals and shelters a completely modern underground installation: a well, fed by a spring and recovered rainwater, linked to a 10,000-litre underground cistern and connected to eight water outlets for watering the garden. The Garden Covering an area of around 3,000 m2, the garden is tiered and slightly overhanging, with a view of the edge of the woods in the background. It is entirely enclosed by a low stone wall that provides a 180° view. From the ground floor of the house, three French windows lead to a stone-paved terrace where the grassy garden begins. A central pathway planted with flowers and trees provides a pleasant view down to a remarkable old gate, probably the remains of a former entrance. At night, spotlights installed at the foot of the trees create a luminous backdrop that highlights them. The truffle plantations The first harvests from the two truffle plantations are expected in the next few years: one of them, an old one, ‘regenerated’ by planting 70 trees, consists of downy oaks and chestnut trees over 35 years old, spaced 6 m apart; a new one, planted with 70 trees in 2016, is made up of chestnut, hornbeam, downy oak and holm oak. Our opinion Perfectly maintained and meticulously organised, the property appears to be a perfectly balanced combination, whether for a rejuvenating holiday or a festive get-together. When the current owners acquired the estate in 2014, they fell under its spell and saw the architectural potential, quality of life and extraordinary value that the chartreuse promised. From a humble chartreuse with agricultural buildings, they have managed, at the cost of pharaonic works and uncompromising choices, to enhance the noble authenticity of the estate by bringing in the luxury, standards required for a top-of-the-range hospitality business. Today, we're proud to offer you this turnkey property with an eye to the future - a fantastic investment. Land area 6 ha 16 a 20 ca Main building surface area 379 m2 Number of bedrooms 11 Outbuildings 693 m2 of which converted 563 m2

$3,202,800
1,072
11bedrooms
land  6.2ha

By Lovely Planet Properties Costa Del Sol

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House with pool Pillac (16)

In a quiet location surrounded by picturesque countryside, this recently renovated property is set in 4 hectares of meadow. Let's start with the house: on the ground floor there are two bedrooms (one with its own shower), a shower room/wc, a living room with wood burner and sliding patio doors, a large & modern kitchen and dining room opening onto the magnificent covered terrace. Upstairs, the spacious attic awaits the new owners' plans. Outside we find this great hangar with a 21 m² studio in the corner of it. The open barn could be used to store feed for your (large) farm animals. Behind the house is a large rainwater tank and 10 solar panels on the ground, which will keep your wallet satisfied! The happy ending to this beautiful story is the heated swimming pool, right next to the kitchen garden where you can grow lots of vegetables. A dream home for those who dream of comfort and space.

$404,900
255
3bedrooms
land  4ha

By Immo Csc

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House with pool and garden Bertric-Burée (24)

Exclusive to Sotheby's, this 170 sqm property is completely secluded with no overlooking neighbors. It comprises two dwellings: the main house and an outbuilding. On the ground floor of the main house, you will find a kitchen opening onto a stunning bright living room. Continuing into the extension, there is a fully renovated and air-conditioned master suite. Back in the living room, take the white Greek-style staircase down to the fully finished and renovated basement. Here, you'll find a bedroom with its own bathroom, a study area that can double as a small bedroom, and another new bathroom. A third bedroom completes the property in the second building, near the main house. The outdoor spaces are enchanting, with calmness and serenity defining the ambiance on-site. Two terraces, a landscaped garden, and a brand-new heated pool add an extra dimension to this property. Additionally, a 120 sqm barn completes the ensemble.

$459,500
170
4bedrooms
4bathrooms
land  3,898

By Périgord Sotheby’s International Realty

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House with pool Verteillac (24)

Near Verteillac, typical village of Périgord whose origins date back to the 15th century, a beautiful property in a natural environment, offering a peaceful and quiet living environment. This estate includes a spacious and elegant main house, with living room, family kitchen, laundry room and upstairs 4 large bedrooms and full bathroom. In addition, two charming cottages, one on one level with a bedroom, and the other on two levels includes 3 bedrooms. Each cottage has its own heated pool, offering unparalleled comfort and privacy. The assets of this property are not only its first-rate leisure facilities, but also generous living spaces, neat exterior amenities and stunning views of the picturesque surroundings. This estate is ideally located, offering easy access to all local amenities while preserving a sense of calm and serenity. A rare and sought-after opportunity for those looking for an exceptional residence or a profitable investment, indeed seasonal rental is in high demand on this site! This real estate ad was written under the editorial responsibility of Mrs Nolwenn LIMONAT DE KERIMEL, 06.62.63.04.18, Commercial agent agent in real estate at the RSAC of the Commercial Court of Périgueux, under the number 490042462. Including fees of 2.68% to be paid by of the purchaser. Price excluding fees 560 000 €. Energy class C, Climate class A. Estimated average amount of annual energy expenditure for standard use, based on the energy prices of the year 2018: 900.00 €. Date of completion of the DPE: 01-02-2018. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Geohazards website: georisques.gouv.fr. This property is offered to you by a commercial agent.

$615,900
347
8bedrooms
6bathrooms
land  3,973

By Immobiliere De L'isle - 24000

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House with terrace Riberac (24)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$249,800
150
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  2,406

By Terres Des Moulins

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Manor Riberac (24)

A seventeenth-century country home with a guesthouse in walled grounds that cover one hectare in a hamlet in France’s Périgord Vert area, near the town of Ribérac. The property looks down over a valley. It lies in the heart of a hamlet and covers roughly one hectare on a hilltop plateau. The country house stands in the middle of grounds that are entirely enclosed with stone walls. The whole building forms a U shape. It is an imposing dwelling from the end of the seventeenth century. Its enclosed inner courtyard has a water tank and a remarkable ago-old lime tree that towers in the centre. A central pavilion stands out on a long dual-aspect section that runs from north to south. This pavilion is crowned with a square dovecote and a mansard slate roof. A carriage archway leads through it into the inner courtyard. This central pavilion lies between two very different L-shaped sections. On the south side of the carriage entrance, there is the main house, which is made up of three parts. One end of the long section with the carriage archway and mansard roof joins the main building at a right angle. This main building has a semibasement, walls that are taller than the rest of the edifice and a roof with a mansard end. At this building’s gable end, there is an older section that also has a semibasement. Monk-and-nun tiling covers its three-slope hipped roof, which is lower than the rest of the house’s roofing. On the opposite side of the inner courtyard, outbuildings stretch from west to east. This wing has been converted into a gîte. A well forms a junction with a barn beneath a mansard roof, which is well balanced with the central pavilion and the main house. English-style grounds dotted with flowers and trees extend all around the edifice. Low dry-stone walls divide the grounds into different spaces that include a swimming pool, an orchard, a terrace and gardens.

$803,400
480
4bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  9,895

By Patrice Besse

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Castle Riberac (24)

Ref.4146 : CHARMING LAST 15th C. CHATEAU IN THE HEART OF A VILLAGE IN DORDOGNE This charming property is located in the north-western quarter of the Dordogne department, not far from the town of Ribérac. Set in a rural village of 280 inhabitants whose origins date back to the 13th century, it was built on the heights between the Dronne and Isle valleys, a privileged position that offers 180-degree views of the surrounding countryside without any noise pollution. The main building, with approx. 330sqm of living space, comprises : First floor: large entrance hall with staircase to first floor, 43sqm dining room with parquet flooring and original woodwork, fireplaces, cupboards. This is followed by a single kitchen with scullery and boiler room. The left-hand side of the château features an attractive living room with parquet flooring and original fireplaces, a library and a study in the tower. Second floor: accessed by a main staircase: four bedrooms, including a master suite, each with its own bathroom or shower room. A small room currently used as a bedroom (8sqm). Second floor: 90sqm attic. Arranged to the north of the property and forming a courtyard of honor, the various buildings will require major renovation. They include various staff quarters. an old cowshed. a blacksmith's workshop. a barn. a dovecote. To the south of the property : a guest house where, apart from the modern swimming pool, time seems to have stood still. First floor: living room with fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs, 2 bedrooms and a living room with fireplace. In need of updating for modern comfort. A barn and a plot of land located outside the property (on the other side of the street). The property is located in the heart of the village. Access is via the main street: a carriage entrance opens onto the front facade of the château and its main courtyard. On the south-facing side, a pleasant garden planted with various species offers a breathtaking 180° view of the surrounding countryside. The entire 6794sqm estate is enclosed by stone walls, emphasizing the private aspect of the residence. Cabinet LE NAIL – Dordogne - Périgord - Lot-et-Garonne : M. Bruno GUÉRIN : +33(0)2.43.98.20.20 We invite you to visit our website Cabinet Le Nail to browse our latest listings or learn more about this property.

$910,500
330
5bedrooms
land  6,794

By Cabinet Le Nail

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House with pool Aubeterre-sur-Dronne (16)

Indulge in the charm of this exclusive Manor house, steeped in history and meticulously renovated for modern luxury living. Originally built in 1825, this exquisite property underwent a complete restoration in 2012, ensuring that every aspect was handled with meticulous care and attention to detail, ensuring a seamless blend of classic charm and modern comforts. The property offers 8 luxuriously appointed bedrooms, including 2 expansive suites, each 30m² and all the bedrooms have their own private bathroom and toilet facilities, offering a haven of comfort and privacy for residents and guests alike. Graced with an abundance of natural light streaming through its grand windows, the Manor house affords breathtaking views of the verdant gardens that surround it, creating an atmosphere of tranquility and serenity. The interior spaces exude an air of refined sophistication, with a modern kitchen, inviting seating areas, and an impressive dining room adorned with a unique tiled floor reminiscent of the iconic patterns found in Westminster Abbey. For over a decade, this distinguished property has served as a successful Bed & Breakfast, welcoming travelers from far and wide to explore the enchanting landscapes of Sud Charente and the neighboring Dordogne region. Boasting all the amenities of contemporary living, it presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking either a spacious family residence or the continuation of its esteemed hospitality legacy. Outside, the landscaped garden spanning 8000 square meters unfolds like a botanical masterpiece, complete with a meticulously tended vegetable patch, 2 quaint dovecotes, and a refreshing swimming pool, offering an oasis of relaxation and leisure. Just a stone's throw away lies Aubeterre-sur-Dronne, renowned as one of the '100 most beautiful villages of France', with its iconic monolithic church and an array of charming bistros, cafes, and boutiques awaiting exploration.

$908,400
450
8bedrooms
land  8,025

By Maxwell-baynes Saint Émilion Residential Et Vineyards – Christie’s International Real Estate

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House Villetoureix (24)

The advertiser did not provide an english description for this listing.

$223,500
104
3bedrooms
land  1,753

By Terres Des Moulins

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House Aubeterre-sur-Dronne (16)

Look no further if you desire a spacious house with breathtaking views! This remarkable 5-bedroom residence boasts uninterrupted panoramic views to the south and west, encompassing the picturesque rolling hills of the south Charente and offering stunning sunsets. The ground floor is dominated by an expansive open plan area, complemented by a generously sized English-style country kitchen and an equally spacious living room, creating an ideal setting for entertaining. The upper level comprises five bedrooms and two family bathrooms, arranged around a charming mezzanine. Among them, the luminous master bedroom features a picture window, capturing the scenic views, and an ensuite bathroom. Outside, the property is situated on a half-acre plot, predominantly adorned with lush lawns. Additionally, there is a large swimming pool and a covered terrace, providing the perfect outdoor oasis.;;To visit this property, and help you with your French property search, contact Catherine DANNREUTHER, (Gérante) on +33 (0)5 45 98 00 98 or by email: [email protected];;Prix : 371,000 €HAI incluant 6.00%TTC d'honoraires à la charge de l'acquéreur. Prix honoraires exclus: 350,000 €. Frais de notaire en sus.

$397,400
386
5bedrooms
3bathrooms

By Euro Immobilier Chalais

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Castle Riberac (24)

Near Ribérac in Périgord, on the outskirts of a small village, 17th century manor house with outbuildings, 150 m² guest house and swimming pool. The 6,800 m² estate comprises a 400 m² building, former 500 m² farm outbuildings, some of which have been converted into studio flats, and a dovecote. The walled dwelling has 10 main rooms on two levels, including 5 bedrooms and 4 shower rooms. Fireplaces, library and old parquet flooring. Enclosed, independent grounds of 730 m² with a 250 m² barn. Dominant views over the countryside. Selling price: 850 000 euros Fees at seller's expense Energy class: F Climate class: F Estimated annual energy costs for standard use: between 7 364 euros and 9 964 euros per year. Prices indexed to January 1, 2021. Housing with excessive energy consumption: Class F. As of January 1, 2028, the performance level is between classes A and E. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$910,500
400

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bordeaux-aquitaine

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Castle Riberac (24)

In the north of Périgord, 35km from Angoulême and 50km from Périgueux, 17th century château renovated in the 19th century with foundations from the Middle Ages. It includes about 650 m² of living space with outbuildings of 1,400 m² on a partially enclosed estate of 5 hectares. The residence comprises a main building with a square floor and an attic floor, presenting a perfect symmetry with 2 corner towers. The attic floor, topped by a long-sloped roof covered with slate, is regularly pierced with dormer windows of various sizes. The 3 floors of the château were renovated in 2015 and offer 650 m² of living space in 20 rooms including 10 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The château outbuildings surround a rectangular courtyard with the west facade of the castle closing off the last side. They span 1,400 m² (0.44 acres) and include all the buildings required for a farm, offering vast volumes. In a peaceful setting, surrounded by wooded parklands overlooking the countryside and bordered by a small river, the castle is situated 5 km (3 miles) from a quiet, rural Perigordian village and 8 km (5 miles) from a town offering all the basic necessities. A quality residence offering a relaxing and prestigious setting. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the GeoHazards website: www.georisques.gouv.fr

$835,500
650
10bedrooms
3bathrooms
land  5.6ha

By Mercure Forbes Global Properties Bordeaux-aquitaine

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House with pool and terrace Bellon (16)

Exclusive: Old house with a touch of history, equipped with a large heated swimming pool set in 3000m² of grounds with fruit trees hidden behind the majestic centuries-old lime tree. The property has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, perfect for a large family or guests. You can dine in the authentic dining room or on the covered terrace and relax in the comfortable lounge. The spacious kitchen and study offer practical space for everyday activities. With a cellar and separate garage/workshop, plenty of storage space is available. The large terrace, accessible via the gate, even offers parking for added convenience. Ideally situated beneath the church tower, this property offers a unique ambience.

$317,900
230
4bedrooms
land  3,580

By Immo Csc

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House with pool and terrace Champagne-et-Fontaine (24)

The dovecote of the Château de Clauzuroux, rehabilitated in the early 2000s by an architect, opens its doors to you, listed as a historic monument and a few dozen meters from it. Here calm reigns supreme. The covered stone terrace such as Combe Brune or Portland for those in the know contributes to the tranquility of the place and its breathtaking view of the park of nearly 1900 m2. A true invitation to meditation and well-being, the atmosphere is joyful, the colors alternate between the green of the landscaped park, the vibrant flowers variegated with fuschia and pink, finally a few dozen steps away, nestled, the swimming pool and its impeccable beach awaits you for absolute relaxation in crystal blue... Technology is here, ozone treatment (your skin and hair will thank you....), heated, secure, all automated, 4-star service for you and your guests, so that this place combining pleasure and rest is close to perfection. Finally, we discover the dovecote which stands out for us, with its statutory, unique and original architecture. It is organized on 4 levels, not counting the cellar where your best drinks will be pampered in order to preserve all their assets when tasting. The living room is large and bright, the numerous openings all around the circular axis contribute to this, an open hearth type fireplace will punctuate your winter evenings in due time, the underfloor central heating as well. The fitted and equipped kitchen adjoins it, a toilet provides essential convenience. The lit steps take us via a beautiful staircase to the second level, it leads to a large bedroom with dressing room and please, a bathroom (relaxation required!), a toilet. The third level is made up of two bedrooms with a bathroom and a toilet. Finally, the highlight of this fabulous journey, the converted and insulated attic of nearly 40 m2 allows us to contemplate the magnificent star-shaped framework. Here everything is possible: games room, XXL office, cinema room, library... In short, it's up to you to invent the life that goes with it.... Practical aspects are obviously included: garage / workshop, storage sheds. storage, carport, a large cellar, plot entirely fenced for the outside; inside: three toilets, centralized vacuum and laundry room. The icing on the cake is that the building is sold furnished. Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Georisks website for the areas concerned: www.georisks.gouv.fr

$664,100
186
3bedrooms
1bathroom
land  1,850

By Espaces Atypiques Dordogne

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House with pool and terrace Champagne-et-Fontaine (24)

Characterful and Historic Property Experience the timeless allure of a 12th-century Priory, meticulously renovated to harmonize modern comfort with historical charm! Nestled in a tranquil setting, it was founded in 1120 as a monastery, later becoming a Priory for women. It boasts a rich tapestry of history, once graced by esteemed residents including King Richard the Lionheart and the sister of King Louis XIII. Remnants of its storied past linger within basement, where original 12th century arched windows lay testament to its enduring legacy. Offering a rare blend of historical significance and contemporary refinement, this expansive 350 m2 property epitomizes elegance and grandeur. A gated entrance beckons onto a gravel courtyard, bordered by an expansive stone stable (18x6m). Beyond is an independent barn, with a new roof, featuring a picturesque bread oven and forge, awaiting further renovation. The enchanting garden, bathed in southern sunlight is adorned with a heated swimming pool (10mx5m) and the meadow is bordered by the tranquil Lizonne river, evoking a sense of awe-inspiring tranquility. Step inside to discover a main house full of authentic accents—exposed beams, exquisite stone masonry, 12th century arrow slits and original archways —enhancing its allure. Two spacious living rooms with roaring fireplaces, a fully-equipped kitchen, and four spacious bedrooms, each boasting an ensuite bathroom, beckon with comfort and grace. Ascend a sweeping stone spiral staircase and behold the mesmerising vistas from an expansive balcony with monastic columns and panoramic views of the surrounding nature. In addition, the property includes a separate Gite, featuring a cozy living room with a well-appointed kitchen, a generous bedroom, and a pristine bathroom, complete with an independent entrance and terrace. Ideal for a large family seeking warmth and conviviality or hosting gatherings in a region steeped in tradition, this lovely house combines comfort with history in a peaceful Dordogne setting. 9 minutes to Villebois-Lavalette with large supermarket, bank, post office, pharmacy, doctors and all that a town has to offer. 35 minutes drive to Angoulême where a TGV brings you to Paris in 2hr20mins.

$680,200
350
5bedrooms
5bathrooms
land  8,220

By Agence Hamilton

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Property with pool Cherval (24)

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$393,100
350
8bedrooms
2bathrooms
land  1.1ha

By Sextant France

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25
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House with pool Bors de montmoreau (16)

This beautiful rustic-modern house is located in the countryside with lovely views. The main house opens into an entrance hall tiled with 'tomettes'. To the left is the kitchen (also dining room) with gas cooker and oven. The door on the right leads to the spacious 70m² living room with wood-burning stove. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, 2 with en-suite shower rooms and toilets. Adjacent to the living room is the summer porch, which provides shade on many a hot summer day. From the covered terrace overlooking your pool, you will feel like you are in an absolute piece of paradise. The barn of 200m² and the bread oven with a canopy of 16m² can be used as desired. The grounds of 4,134m² are fully enclosed with beautiful views over the rolling Charente countryside. A charming house waiting to be discovered (by you?).

$478,000
186
3bedrooms
land  4,134

By Immo Csc

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