Wonderful historic property dating back to 1502, Lot-et-Garonne, Nouvelle Aquitaine
Wonderful property dating back to the 1500's and reportedly owned by the first mayor of Monflanquin. Meticulously restored retaining authenticity and charm, the current owner has used local skilled craftsmen and original methods where possible to create a comfortable home. With original floor tiles, stained glass windows, beautiful exposed stonework and french traditional wooden ceilings, this property is impressive. Heating for the main house is via a heat exchange pump.Enter through the wrought iron gates into the formal gardens which are beautifully maintained with the main house ahead and the guest house and garage to the right. The authentic front door leads to the entrance hall with beams, terracotta floor tiles and staircase leading down to the lower ground floor and up to the first floor. Shower room with separate WC off the entrance and then the dining room leads onto the study, the lounge and the kitchen. From the kitchen there is a room that could be used as a bedroom with a large balcony overlooking the rear garden and stone staircase leading to the lower ground floor with cellar, utility, study and conservatory with views out to the terrace and garden. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, attic space and shower room.The guest house has its own entrance and the heating for this property is oil fired central heating houses in the double garage. With 2 bedrooms, shower room, kitchen, large dining room with french doors onto the private terrace and a spacious lounge overlooking the courtyard garden to the front.Outside the property the gardens have been terraced with different views from every angle.