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(33) Gironde

Superb 19th C. Manoir for sale - St Emilion jurisdiction

€2,650,000

Reception Rooms:
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 4
Land: 1 ha

Reference: E9-MZ1004
2,650,000
£ 2,335,445
$ 3,013,024

A chance to buy a magnificent Manoir dating from 1850, set in the heart of the St Emilion jurisdiction in a peaceful rural environment on the edge of a small village, surrounded by the famous vineyards of the appellation and offering an opportunity to bring a charming property back to its full potential. South facing the house has extended views. With 350m2 of habitable space and almost 600m2 of outbuildings part of which could become a dwelling, effectively doubling the living area of the Manoir, it is not hard to see the potential of this sleeping beauty. Still in its original condition, the property has retained some 19th century decorative elements and has a delightful garden in front of the house, a courtyard behind the house and the remaining land, extending to almost 1 hectare in all, wooded land largely to the side of the house.

The Manoir
The accommodation includes;
Entrance hall, 19m2, Two Salons of 28.5 and 27m2, a study, 25m2, Kitchen, 12m2. A pretty turning staircase leads to the first floor;
Six bedrooms, three of 25m2, and one each of 19, 15 and 13m2. Two bathrooms, each of 13.5m2 and two of 8.5m2. Two W.C.’s.
Two landings of 23.5m2, two corridors of 56m2 and two attics of 74m2.
Cellar. 60.5m2
Oil fired C.H.

Outbuildings;
Adjoining the house is an outbuilding of 317m2.
External outbuildings of 160m2.

Comments;
This delightful property offers many possibilities either to become a comfortable and charming family home or to develop some find of commercial activity, whether chambres d’hotes or wine tourism for example or a small boutique hotel and merits the investment to return this little gem to its former glory, especially with its association with St Emilion.