Girondine Country House with Indoor Swimming Pool, 3 Bed Gite &
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Department: Gironde (33)
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Advert Reference: 08175
- Type: Residential (House)
- Bedrooms: 6
- Bath/ Shower Rooms: 7
- Habitable Size: 474 m²
- Land Size: 5,040 m²
- Year of Construction: 1800
- Swimming Pool
Located at the end of a small lane, just a few minutes’ drive from the historic riverside town of St Foy La Grande with its plethora of cafes, bars & restaurants, and shopping facilities.
The “Maison de Maitre” style main residence offers an entrance hall, 2 sitting rooms, sun-room/office, kitchen/breakfast room, 4 double bedrooms (master with en-suite bathroom), 4 bathrooms, 2 large dressing rooms (previously used as double bedrooms) and a
An external corridor leads to the detached leisure building (a converted barn), which has an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, shower room, kitchen and covered terrace.
The attached guest house/gite offers a large kitchen/dining room, a vaulted sitting room, 3 ground floor bedrooms (1 of which is currently being used as a gym) and a family bathroom.
There is also a second detached barn, which has been renovated to create a superb 61m² function room.Used by the current owner as a theatre/entertaining space which can seat 35 people for a sit-down meal or up to 70 cinema-style, this building is ideal for commercial activities such as conferences, yoga/pilates courses etc, or for private use as a party area. There is also a renovated workshop of 42m² which could be used to provide additional space if required.
Outside, the grounds are mainly laid to lawn, with mature trees and beautiful views over vineyards.
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