Reception Rooms: 4
Land: 6 ha
An exceptional 5 bedroom 'Maison de maitre' from the late 1800's in a small village, with park & woodland of 6 hectares with a separate Landes property to restore, stables and swimming pool.
Originally know as "the chateau of the village" the current owner's great grandfather had this house constructed in 1880. This property has many original features and has been kept in good order, and benefits from a new roof.
All rooms have original wooden/tiled flooring and high ceilings. The property has double Glazing, oil central heating, a new roof (5 years ago), mains drainage, an alarm system in place, a south facing summer terrace and 3 wells. There is a large entrance hallway leading to a salon/sejour with open fire, a billiard room, dining room and kitchen with fitted cupboards and wood-burner.
On the first floor there is a bedroom with chimney, bathroom with bath, wash-hand basin and fitted cupboards, a bedroom with chimney, WC, landing area, three additional bedrooms, bathroom with shower, wash-hand basin and fitted cupboards leading through to a shower room.
The attic area has been split into three rooms, it has been insulated.
There is also a celler with steps leading from the kitchen.
There is also a separate landes style property to restore (300m²) with a new roof in place; there are three existing horse boxes, a garage for 3/4 cars and further rooms which were originally used by the staff of the house.
There are 6 hectares of parkland and woodland. The split is approximately 1 hectare of parkland and 5 hectares of woodland. The woodland is rich in trees of many varieties.
The Swimming Pool (12m²) is situated facing the property
Close by is the spa-town of Casteljaloux, which has all necessary amenities, such as shops, schools (primary & college), sports facilities, cinema & restaurants.
The international Airports of Bordeaux (98km) & Bergerac (81km) and access to the A62 autoroute at Damazan are close-by
The beautiful beaches of Arcachon, Mimizan Plage and the surfing beach at Biscarosse are all approximately 150km.