Traditionally styled, stone-faced, Perigordine house with 2 gites, landscaped grounds & a swimming pool
Perigordine House & 2 Gites
This is a traditionally styled, stone-faced, Perigordine house for sale in France. The house is located in Toutifaut on the outskirts of Bergerac in the Dordogne region of France. The property was built in 1973 and sits on 9,600 sq m of beautiful fenced grounds that feature 2 gites and a swimming pool. The gites are fully furnished and equipped and perfect for holiday rentals.
The main house comprises and entrance hall, a living room with an open fire, French doors opening onto the terrace and gardens and a trap door in the ceiling to the tower room. There is a kitchen and family room with fitted units and appliances and this room also has French doors leading out to a covered terrace.
There is an inner hall with built-in cupboards, a cloakroom with toilet and hand basin and a small box room for storage. There are 5 bedrooms. Bedrooms 1 has fitted wardrobes and both it and bedroom 2 have French doors out onto the terrace and gardens. Bedroom 4 has an en-suite shower room and there is a further family bathroom and sauna.
The tower room is above the living room and is only accessed via a trap door. A spiral staircase could be added to the living room to give a more attractive access to this room. The central heating is run by Propane gas and there is double glazing throughout. Underneath the house is a garage with several storerooms and workshops, a utility room and an extra shower.
The grounds and landscaped gardens are 9,600 sq m, have a surrounding fence and are laid mostly to parkland and planted with mature trees and shrubs. The swimming pool is 5 m x 12 m and is fully fenced with a lovely decking surround. There are also 2 guest cottages at a discrete distance from the main house. They are attached to one another and each has a living and kitchen area, 2 bedrooms and a shower room.
This wonderful property is only 5 kms from the centre of the beautiful town of Bergerac which is on the northern bank of the Dordogne River. This large town has an extensive medieval centre and several restaurants, bars and open air cafes. Bergerac has a railway station and an international airport and a short distance away is a major autoroute linking Bordeaux with Perigueux and Paris.