Large Property with Main House, Guesthouses and Two Swimming Pools on 1 ha.
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Department: Dordogne (24)
Commune: Lalinde (24150)
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Advert Reference: AQU-941
- Type: Residential (House), Business (Gîte)
- Bedrooms: 8
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 6
- Habitable Size: 490 m²
- Land Size: 1 ha
- Double Glazing
- Swimming Pool
This impressive property comprising three stone buildings: the main house, a converted barn with apartments and a cottage, plus two heated swimming pools is beautifully located in one of the most popular areas of the Dordogne.
In the fully renovated complex, many of the authentic features have been maintained.
Both the three apartments and the cottage are successfully rented-out and they are sold including furniture.
Attached to the converted barn is a luxurious covered swimming pool with jacuzzi, gym and sauna.
In the well-landscaped 1 hectare garden with courtyard is a second heated swimming pool.
The property offers exceptional views from every angle.
The total habitable surface of the main house is 190 m², the converted barn is 240 m² and the cottage is 60 m².
Gas-fired central heating in the main house plus a wood burner in the dining room
A wood burner, electric heating plus air-conditioning in the cottage
Oil-fired central heating plus air-conditioning in the converted barn
Secondary glazing in the main house and double glazed windows in the cottage and the converted barn
The loft floor of the main house is insulated and the thick stone walls provide natural insulation
The roof of the cottage is insulated and the thick stone walls provide natural insulation
The roof and walls of the converted barn are insulated
The septic tank meets the European standards
A broadband internet connection plus wifi is available in all buildings
The main house:
Cellar of 24 m²
Entrance hall of 11 m²
Toilet of 5 m²
Dining room of 22 m²
Kitchen of 20 m²
Pantry of 6 m²
Living room of 29 m²
Master bedroom of 23 m² with en suite bathroom of 8 m² with bath, shower, toilet and basin
Bedroom of 19 m²
Hallway of 19 m²
Bedroom of 12 m²
Bedroom of 4 m²
Bathroom of 7 m² with bath, walk-in shower, toilet, bidet and double basin
Living room of 18 m²
Kitchen/dining room of 17 m²
Bathroom of 12 m² with shower, toilet and basin
Bedroom/office of 14 m²
The converted barn:
Laundry room/workshop of 40 m²
Gym/sauna of 20 m²
Lounge of 23 m²
A covered saltwater swimming pool of 8.50 x 4.10 metres
Studio/apartment of 53 m²
Studio/apartment of 54 m²
Balcony of 10 m²
Hallway of 10 m²
Studio/apartment of 40 m²
Balcony of 10 m²
On the 1 hectare terrain we see:
A heated swimming pool of 9 x 6 metres with security alarm ,privacy wall, summer and winter cover and a patio
A covered, heated saltwater swimming pool (attached to the converted barn) of 8.50 x 4.10 metres, with sliding conservatory of 7.40 x 12.40 metres with rotunda end and a patio
A garage of 5.80 x 4.67 metres
A workshop/garage of 3.35 x 6.30 metres
A covered veranda over the entire length of the rear of the main house
Two garden sheds
A decked viewing platform
A giant chess board and a golf net
A carport for 4 cars and a covered parking for 4 cars
The mature rear garden is well-landscaped with a mixture of indigenous and ornamental trees with views to the hamlet , woodlands and distant settlement. The front lawns which border the courtyard have hedgerow and trees which give way to rolling pastureland.
Landscaped gardens with outstanding countryside views in all directions. The gardens have been designed with many quiet seating areas.
The views are exceptional and varied from every angle. None of the three buildings are overlooked or share the same outlook.
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