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On the banks of the river Loire, in the Gâtine-Tourangelle region, on the edge of the AOC zone for a renowned wine.
At the beginning of the valley of a tributary of the river, between vines and crops, moorland and forest, where hillsides are dotted with numerous houses and troglodyte caves as well as old quarries where freestone was extracted.
A land with a varied wealth of local heritage including manor houses, chateaux, small castles, churches, Roman villas and Gallo-Roman sites.
In the midst of a particularly wooded, vine-growing town, classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco, and near to a famous chateau. The surroundings are peaceful.
Very impressive, double wooden entrance doors, as heavy as they are tall and topped with a wide triangular pediment, open into a vast area where carts were once kept. Decorative wood adorns the walls and the ceiling. Straight on, a triple glazed opening provides access to a terrace and a garden.
A few wooden steps, on the right-hand side, lead to double doors opening into a vast reception room, illuminated via two large, small-paned windows. An entire wall is lined with cupboards and hanging space.
A small room on the right-hand side could be used as a study or a cloakroom. On the left-hand side is a little fitted kitchen with floor tiles. A hall area at the end features parquet flooring, a toilet and a wooden stairway going upstairs.
A little corridor, on a slightly lower level, features double doors leading to a bedroom, overlooking the terrace, with an opening on to the garden possible, and to a tiled bathroom.
Upstairs, a corridor provides access to two bedrooms, with a view of the terrace. A few steps lead to a small attic.
In the other section, on the other side of the area where carts were once kept, on the left-hand side, is an entrance hall providing access to a cellar and to an attic.
Straight on, double metal doors open into a vast room, previously the old laundry, illuminated by two tall, small-paned windows.
At the end is an old boiler with a stairway, on either side, leading to a section of the room raised by two high platforms, each topped with a large wooden vat.
On the side is an old metal tank and a small room. A door leads to the terrace and to the garden.
Above these rooms, the wooden stairway in the entrance hall leads to a landing and a small room as well as to a huge attic, with a hanging system, where the linen used to be dried.
Outside, a door glazed with small panes, topped with a triangular pediment, provides access to a wide terrace which precedes the garden, a large expanse of lawn, enhanced with trees as well as shrubs, bordered by hedges and stone walls. A short distance away stands an astonishing building, predominantly constructed from wood and topped with small flat tiles. Adding to the charm and appeal of the property, it is, in fact, the laundry’s old wash-house, now in use as a very pleasant gazebo.
At the end is a swimming pool as well as two small buildings, one used as a pool-house and the other a garden shed.
It has a relatively clear view of the surroundings.
The constructions are most unusual as a result of their original purpose, making them even more appealing and inspirational. The history of the site is known, encouraging new owners to keep it going whilst giving free rein to their imaginations. The natural surroundings, taking in the Loire Valley near to the city of Tours, and their heritage is well-known; their reputations having long been international. Visitors coming here to relax and recharge their batteries run the risk of not wanting to leave.
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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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