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Lovely property with excellent equestrian facilities

Reference: P0-900897bx

French Equestrian Property For Sale - Nouvelle-Aquitaine - Lot-et-Garonne (47) - France

This property is close to the Château de Bonaguil and Lot and Dordogne departments. The property comprises a single-storey main house of approx. 330 m2, a guest house of approx. 120 m2, a former sheepfold of approx. 47 m2 with living room, gym and Nordic sauna.

Reception Rooms: 2
Bedrooms: 10
Bathrooms: 3
Land: 21.7 ha
Ref: P0-900897bx
Price € 2,350,000
Price £ 2,149,545
Price $ 2,666,310

Lot-et-Garonne
Haut-Agenais Périgord
Close to Château de Bonaguil

The main house spans around 330 m2 and comprises :

– Veranda with terracotta tiles, exposed beams and stonework, bay windows
– Fitted kitchen, Murano glass cupboard door front and dining room, with terracotta tiles, beams, marble powder coating and exposed stonework
– Back kitchen with terracotta tiles, plaster and beams
– Sitting room with terracotta tiles, 17th century stone fireplace, beams, rendering and exposed stonework
– Hallway with terracotta tiles, beams and rendering
– 2 Bedrooms with herringbone parquet flooring, beams and rendering
– Bedroom, with oak parquet floor, limewash paint, beams
– Shower room, WC, walk-in shower, with tiled floor
– Hallway, with herringbone parquet flooring, beams, rendering
– Master suite with hallway and staircase, parquet flooring, glazing, exposed beams and stonework, picture windows with access to the swimming pool
– Dressing room, parquet floor, render, beams
– Bathroom with Japanese loo, large-format tiling, cupboard
– Library with parquet floor, exposed beams, waxed render, access from the hallway of the master suite
– Utility room with terracotta tiles, limewash paint, beams
– WC with terracotta tiles, limewash paint, beams
– Corridor with terracotta tiles, plaster, beams
– Wine cellar with gravel, beams, exposed stonework
– Cellar with gravel, beams, render and exposed stonework
– Utility room with terracotta tiles
– Open-plan summer lounge, with gravel floor, direct access from a bedroom
- Partly convertible attic.


The guest house, with a floor area of approx. 119 m2, comprises :

– Living/dining room (48 m²), with porcelain stoneware tiles, fireplace
– Kitchen (9 m²), with porcelain stoneware tiles
– 3 Bedrooms (16 – 16 – 12 m²), with porcelain stoneware tiles
– Bathroom (2 m²)
– Corridor (3 m²), with porcelain stoneware tiles
– WC(1 m²), with porcelain stoneware tiles
– Storage room (12 m2)

A chromatically-themed wooded and ornamental garden with water lilies and water irises completes the ensemble, with numerous terraces, pergolas, a 22 m2 summer sitting room, a 15 m2 former bread oven and a secluded swimming pool

Old bread oven (14.80 m2), adjoining the house, with working oven and terracotta tiles.
Outbuildings including :
– Former sheepfold with living room, gym, shower and sauna
– Saddlery room
– Stable with solar panels including 9 boxes, shower, tack room, hayloft (104.50 m2)
– Garage
– Workshop

Equestrian facilities include
– 25 m x 60 m drained, floodlit and watered Toubin Clément arena.
– Covered riding arena, drained and watered 20 m x 40 m.
– Round pen 16 m2.

The property includes the garden, the areas reserved for horses with equestrian facilities (see above), pastures of around 7 ha, a forest of oak and chestnut trees, footpaths and a lake of around 5,000 m2 surrounded by a pine forest, a former kaolin quarry.

All information above is deemed to be reliable but may be subject to errors and omissions.

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