Superb small property - pool, pool house and large garage on 1.3 ha without neighbors, Dordogne, Nouvelle Aquitaine
Virtual visit on the site Sextant Located on 1.3 hectare of land in a quiet environment and without close neighbors, this set of 2 houses, pool, pool house and large garage will seduce those in search of charm, comfort and privacy. The first house has on its ground floor an entrance opening onto a living room of 50m2 with kitchen and a toilet. At the top of the stairs you will find a dressing area of 6m2 and a large master bedroom of 27m2 living space (+ 37m2 floor) with its private bathroom containing shower and bath. The second house (or guest house / cottage) has a ground floor living room of 20m2 with kitchen and a kitchen WC. Upstairs you will find two bedrooms and a bathroom. Near the guest house is a swimming pool of 10x5m with its pool house of 30m2, fully glazed and equipped with a charming kitchen and an outdoor barbecue. On the side of its entrance, the property has a garage of 70m2 with buried wine cellar, it is supplied with water and electricity and has been completely isolated, it offers the possibility of being transformed into a third house of plain foot. The set is located on a plot of 1.3 hectares ideally arranged. Partially sporting with its borie in dry stone in the middle, a feed fed to the year and the surrounding woods it offers a feeling of quietude and privilege. Possibility of acquiring part of the adjoining wood. The property has undergone a quality renovation completed in 2001, it has been meticulously maintained since then, is very comfortable and does not require any work. Integral double glazing, reversible air conditioning heating, wood burning stove and soft heat radiators. Vallee de la Vezere at 15 minutes, Montignac Lascaux at 25 minutes, Perigueux at 30 minutes, Sarlat at 45 minutes, Bordeaux at 1:45: North of the Dordogne, the placid River Vézère winds through
lush green meadows and softly blowing willow trees, creating a
gorgeous tiny valley flanked by limestone cliffs that conceal
dozens of subterranean caverns and indented abris (shelters).
This valley is famous for its wonderfully preserved prehistoric
sites, and especially for its incredible collection of cave
paintings – the highest concentration of Stone Age art found in
Europe. The paintings and etchings were mostly created by Cro-
Magnon people between around 15,000 BC and 10,000 BC, and range
in style and artistry from simple scratched lines to complex
multicoloured frescoes. Most of the key sites are around the
towns of Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil and Montignac, which are
both set up for visitors, though Montignac is by far the more
charming. Neither has particularly good restaurants. Visits can
also be done as day-trips from elsewhere in the Dordogne. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Benjamin Daures, please fill in the form below.