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This peaceful property is in a countrified setting to the south-west of Tours, in the midst of the vineyards in the Touraine region, with its wealth of history and culture. This rural area with its varied landscapes, notably wooded valleys, has developed around the wine and tourist industries. It is part of a regional nature park, committed to the preservation of heritage and local resources. Chateaux, dovecotes, churches, presbyteries and ruins are dotted throughout the vines.
The main house
The main house extends along most of the left-hand section of the courtyard. Spanning more than 200 m² of living space over a ground floor and an upstairs, with some sloping ceilings, this former wing of outbuildings is the oldest section. It has been fully renovated in keeping with its authenticity. The roof of this stone building is completely covered with slate, as are the other adjoining roofs. It comprises a total of two reception rooms, a kitchen, a dining room, four bedrooms, three shower rooms and a toilet.
On the ground floor, preceded by a wide terrace, a first entrance via a glazed door opens into a fitted kitchen which is also the dining room. Spanning almost 35 m², it features stone walls and exposed ceiling beams. A grill is incorporated into the fireplace.
It is followed by a toilet and the stairway going upstairs.
Opposite, a large reception room, spanning almost 40 m², has stone walls, exposed ceiling beams, terracotta floor tiles and a stone fireplace. Double doors, glazed with small panes, open on to the garden.
This is followed by a hall area with a cupboard, a bedroom, with parquet flooring and a marble fireplace, and, at the end, a tiled bathroom as well as a small mezzanine and a toilet.
The upstairs has parquet flooring throughout. A landing provides access to a large, 30 m² lounge, currently used as a study. The original ceiling beams are impressive. A small hall area then leads to two bedrooms, with the roofing framework exposed, a bathroom with a toilet, a small bedroom or study as well as a separate toilet, a cupboard and a cloakroom.
The basement comprises a tiled laundry room, a cellar with bottle racks and a packed mud floor.
A door leads directly out to the garden.
Some period features involving the walls, ceilings and the floors such as tiles and old flagstones, freestone and exposed beams have been meticulously restored in keeping with their authenticity.
This house, with its modern-day home comforts, is in an excellent state of repair.
The second house
This old, 19th century farm building stands facing the main house. Constructed from stone and small flat roof tiles, it spans almost 170 m² and has been completely renovated into a totally independent house.
It comprises a total of one reception room, a kitchen, four bedrooms, two shower rooms and a toilet.
Double glazed doors on the garden level open into a reception room, spanning more than 40 m², with exposed ceiling beams and a stone fireplace.
A large, 20 m², fitted kitchen, on the right-hand side, has exposed ceiling beams and floor tiles. A wooden stairway going upstairs is followed by a hall area with a cupboard, a shower room and a toilet. The floors are tiled.
Next comes an independent studio flat, comprising a bedroom on a mezzanine, and a small glazed door providing access out on to the delightful paved courtyard.
The upstairs includes a landing, a hall area with terracotta floor tiles, three bedrooms with parquet flooring, a bathroom and a toilet.
Freestone has been used to enhance quoins, cornices, architraves, the voussoirs of arched openings as well as chimney breasts and mantels. Terracotta floor tiles bear the patina of time. The original roofing frameworks are impressive. The layout of the buildings creates privacy which is strengthened by their countrified surroundings. Both houses are separate from one another and have been restored in keeping with their authenticity. A family would find this property extremely comfortable. A hotel and catering activity could make good use of the additional and interesting floor surface areas.
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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.
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