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Correze. Beaulieu Sur Dordogne. Beautifully Moulin Restaur?
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Department: Corrèze (19)
Commune: Nonards (19120)
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Advert Reference: CC-3176
- Type: Residential (Watermill / Windmill, Country House, House), Maison Ancienne, Detached
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 5
- Habitable Size: 260 m²
- Land Size: 9,025 m²
- Car Port
- Character / Period Features
- Double Glazing
- Off-Street Parking
- Swimming Pool
Surrounded by over 2 acres of beautiful and easy to maintain level parkland with the mill pond and the Menoire river frontage, this stunning property was originally a nut and corn mill. Dating back to the 14th century this magnificent watermill, restored and maintained to a very high standard by the current owner, could be operated as a business but also provides a superb, unique family home. The reasons are many, the mill pond is well stocked with fish and there are fishing rights on the Ménoire River, with its small waterfalls, attracts a variety of wildlife. An added bonus is the 6 meter above ground pool. There is also the potential to generate the property's own electricity supply. All in all a beautiful, flexible property, in a secluded paradise yet close to local amenities and Dordogne Valley attractions, just minutes from Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne and the Lot, Corrèze and Dordogne borders, considered 3 from the most beautiful departments of France. Brive airport is only 45 minutes away and other local airports are Limoges and Bergerac. There are two golf courses in the area as well. Approaching the property through a private gate and crossing the small river over a pretty bridge you will immediately feel the beauty of the property and that is reasons. The property is approached by a gravel drive with an open car port next to the garage / utility room both attached to the main house. Entering the ground floor of the house, you arrive through double glazed doors into a well designed kitchen. With its breakfast bar, a full line of storage furniture, and quality appliances this is a very tasteful and functional kitchen. It has a large walk-in pantry with space for an upright fridge freezer, a real plus in the kitchen. There is also a very useful downstairs shower room with WC, great for showing off after using the pool. Leading from the kitchen you enter a lovely, characterful dining room with a reinforced glass floor panel which gives a view of the mill run with its subterranean stone. The view from this room overlooks the gardens and very astonishing dovecote. A generously proportioned room is the main entrance to the property. There are exposed beams and stonework with a wide range of fitted wardrobes including a hidden office area. Double glazed doors lead onto a covered patio with fenced and gated steps down to the mill. Leading off the hallway is a very nice large living room which was originally part of the factory work floor. Maintaining some of the original factory ironwork this room once again exudes natural character with exposed beams and stonework. There is a large stone fireplace with log burner, double glazed doors to the garden and behind the fireplace is a bread oven which could be opened from the outside to provide a pizza oven or barbecue. Leading up to the first floor via a beautiful wooden staircase in the living room, you will find a large landing leading to a beautiful bathroom and separate wc. A double bedroom character is at the end of the landing with original wood floor, high ceiling, exposed beams and double glazed skylight look. Opening the landing currently behind ...
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