Property Amboise (37)
Amboise, direction Tours, in a natural and privileged setting, come and discover this beautiful 17th century cellar master Closerie, endowed with a lot of charm and potential. To date, the property offers approximately 300m2 of living space; it includes 2 houses with large attics, a workshop, outbuildings that can be converted into housing, as well as a farmhouse with separate entrance and garden, and outbuildings. Garage, well, bread oven and 2 cellars (one of which is a 45m2 winegrower). The whole on approximately 2700m2 of garden closed by stone walls. Very bright, the 2 main houses offer beautiful old features (parquet floors, woodwork, terracotta tiles) and high ceilings. In the first house: Living room of more than 40m2 with triple exposure and countryside view. 2 bedrooms with water points and small office. 3 beautiful bedrooms on the ground floor with garden view for the second house. The floors have beautiful attics with generous volumes that can be fully converted. Set back from the property, the 80m2 longere and its outbuildings are completely independent, and can also generate rental income. (refreshment work is to be expected). You will understand, this property, loaded with history, has a very significant potential for expansion. Note: it is necessary to provide a work budget to review the decoration, gain in comfort, and continue the arrangements. Note, this property can also be suitable as a main residence, secondary residence, family home, ideal for developing a tourist activity such as Gites and / or Bed and Breakfast. In the heart of a very touristic region, very close to the Loire a Velo route and the largest Chateaux, this property is located in a quiet and very pleasant setting, only 20 minutes from Tours and the TGV station and 2 hours from Paris by the road. Price: 728,000 Euros FAI (Acquirer Charge - 700,000 Euros Net Seller) For any information: Nathalie Morille, Sextant Immobilier AMBOISE - 06 19 60 18 11 -firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on www.sextantfrance.fr, ref. 16537 Leonardo da Vinci spent the last year of his life in Amboise, and it is in this small French town that he died and is buried. That in itself should be enough to put Amboise on the map; yet Amboise remains a quiet country town, overshadowed by its more prestigious neighbours, the regional capital of Tours and the more famous Loire valley chateaux of Chenonceaux and Chambord. Yet Amboise should be on the route of anyone visiting the Châteaux of the Loire. Not only does Amboise have it fine château to visit, it actually has three of them, or four if you count the great Château d'Amboise as two, the old medieval fortress and the Renaissance chateau that was later built within it. Yet Amboise remains a small town, and its historic centre has the character of a small town. The old town stands on the south bank of the Loire, yet much of the town's more recent industrial and commercial development has been on the north bank, beyond the railway tracks. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Nathalie Morille, please fill in the form below.
Le Figaro Properties reference: 39224115