Characterful double house now used as a chambres d’hôtes
In the middle of a cozy village, this former mayor’s mansion dates from 1636 and the neighboring, connected maison de maître from 1882. The whole has recently been perfectly renovated, preserving many authentic details. Both houses have their own entrance but are connected by a conservatory overlooking the lovely garden with swimming pond. A unique property, perfect for guesthouse / chambres d’hôtes or for rental.
On a plot of 1330 m2 in the middle of an authentic village is this double house with a total living area of 225 m. There are a total of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
House 1 (anno 1636)
Built in 1636 for the mayor of the village. Now furnished as a bedroom with 3 bedrooms, all with private bathrooms.
Bedroom / living room 1 (49m2) on the ground floor with the original fireplace, a sitting area, bathroom, toilet.
Bedroom 2 (45m2) with bathroom and toilet.
Floor 2 (attic)
Bedroom 3 (54m2) with a ceiling height of more than 8 meters with fireplace, bathroom and toilet. All bathrooms are equipped with a hydro massage shower.
Cellar / sous-sol of approximately 40 m2.
House 2 (anno 1882) Ground floor
A wide living room with kitchenette. A bedroom overlooking the garden, a bathroom and a separate toilet with a total area of 70m2. Conservatory from which the other house can be entered.
Garage / workshop / laundry room / storage
Via a staircase indoors you enter the garage (70m2) on street level, now used as a laundry room / storage / workshop. Here is also the technical installation.
Beautifully landscaped garden with various seating areas, a swimming pond (20 m2) and a garden house with gazebo (16 m2). Vegetable garden and fruit trees.
In a small, quiet village in the middle of the beautiful nature. Ideal for walking tours and exploring the area. Daily shopping and a bar-restaurant in the village. All facilities in Mauriac (19km). The Dordogne river at 5 km, the reservoir of Neuvic at 15 km. Skiing at just over an hour away in Super Lioran.
Two cozy, perfectly renovated houses that can easily be arranged according to your wishes. The inner walls of the houses are made of hemp and plastering. The outer walls are made of natural stone, the roof of slate. In the house from 1636 you will find the original stone floors and the oak beams of the ceiling. The renovation was carried out according to the current rules of ‘National rural heritage Corrèze’.