Price: 347,000 euros or sterling equivalent (No agents fees)
Below we have provided
a snapshot of what is on offer.
Built around the middle
of the 19th century the house has four bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms
plus a fifth bathroom. There is a separate lounge and a separate dining
room, modern kitchen, two large caves and outbuildings. The habitable
area of the house is xxxx
The total ground area is just under 6,300 sq.m or about 0.6 of a hectare or 1.5 acres, and includes a mature garden and a large meadow/paddock. There is a separate stone built summer house with its own bread oven, a sizeable woodshed and a working well. We do not have a swimming pool but there is plenty of space to have one installed. Click here for more information and photos on the grounds and outbuildings.
Our home is on the edge of the friendly and beautiful village of Lacam Dourcet. Ideally located for the delightful and popular town of St Cere and many wonderful medieval villages plus there is ski-ing just over an hour away in the winter. The situation of the house means it benefits from full sun all year and has no immediate neighbouring properties. Click here for more information and photos on the location.
We originally bought the property with
& breakfast in mind and it has been the most wonderful adventure
If you love
meeting people from around the world and would like to run a business,
this could be your adventure as well. Click
here for more information on the
Do take a look around if you are interested. The links
above will give you a much better idea of what is on offer.
Feel free to look at our two websites for the bed & breakfast business
Places to visit: St. Céré, Autoire, Loubressac, Cardaillac, Bretenoux, Turenne, Beaulieu sur Dordogne, Carennac, Curemonte, Salers, Martel, Floirac, Castelnau, Rocamadour, Lac du Tolerme, Argentat, Figeac, Cahors, St Cirq Lapopie, Marcilhac, Cajarc, Collonges, Conques, Padirac, Pech Merle, Gourdon, Gramat, Capdenac, Rodez, Gourdon, Souillac, Brive, Sarlat, Domme, River Dordogne, River Lot, River Cele, River Cere, Lot Quercy.
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