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In a much sought-after town to the south of Tours and 7 minutes from a TGV train station with 60-minute links to the French capital. In a residential district, with many old properties, all local amenities, shops, schools and public transport. Protected from any nuisances by the parklands of an adjoining 17th century chateau, this house stands in the town amidst historic surroundings.
The house, originally dating from the 18th century
Once an outbuilding of the neighbouring 17th century chateau, this building was used as a barn and a cellar. It was transformed into a house at the beginning of the 20th century. Now reflecting an Anglo-Norman style, its facade features layers of freestone and brick, half-timbering as well as a variety of openings upstairs and is topped with roofs that are sometimes pointed and sometimes curved. Its flat red roof tiles, its beams and its shutters, all painted Bordeaux red, give it an air of a seaside villa. This old barn has become a house, spanning approx. 170 m² of living space over two levels. The last conversion works, which provided modern-day home comforts, date from 2017. The original cellar, still in existence, is reached from inside the dining room via a clever glass trapdoor which can be lifted to provide access to a stone stairway.
The guest house
This 18th century guest house stands facing the main residence which it can access directly via the terrace. Its architecture blends harmoniously with the rest of the property. The ground floor comprises a large linen room, a boiler room and a laundry room. Upstairs is a bedroom, with half-timbered walls, as well as a shower room and toilet. A tall, south-facing window, illuminating this bedroom, overlooks the swimming pool.
Inside the courtyard, reached by cars via wooden gates, is a 20 m² garage. A very large cellar, spanning a surface area of approx. 40 m² and accessed via a stairway in the dining room of the main house, dates from the same construction period as said house.
This plot, spanning a surface area of approx. 500 m², faces south-west. Enclosed by walls and totally unoverlooked, it is surrounded by hedges, lilac, rose and camellia bushes. Its central, 7x3 m swimming pool has a counter-current feature. It is surrounded by a travertine stone deck which blends beautifully with the freestone walls. The terrace between the kitchen and the guest house is paved with stone and shaded by a blind, reflecting the colours of the half-timbering.
This former outbuilding of a 17th century chateau has been successfully converted into a seaside style villa. The residence now forms a homogeneous property with its guest house which pleasantly reflects several eras. Walls and hedges surround this little, enclosed, private universe. The sober internal renovation works exude good taste. It is difficult to find any disadvantages of an urban way of life in such conditions.
890 000 €
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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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