Stone house in village centre

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Reference WMC034
An historic house which has retained so many amazing features
195,000 € Agency Fees Included
Reference WMC034
An historic house which has retained so many amazing features
195,000 € Agency Fees Included
220

m2

m2

11

rooms

5

bedrooms

2

bathrooms

What we love

carol ann likes... the amount of space, yet in the centre of the village
robert likes... the short walk to the many bars and restaurants

description

Overview

Fabulous historic property in the centre of an historic village in a quiet location.  Built in 1856 for the owner of a local cork factory and was what they call “une maison de bouchonnier”.

Interior and Garden

The property has been renovated by current owners with taste and sympathy to the architectural features, of which there is an abundance from the original stone staircase, tiled floors, plaster work, marble fireplaces and possibly the best stone kitchen sink I’ve ever seen!  Nicely proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights and large windows, the house has been upgraded with double glazing and is heated by piped village gas.  The people who originally lived here had a typically bourgeois way of life and the house has two staircases, (the service stairway at the back of the house was probably used by the maid who had her lodging in the attic).

The Area

Located in a central yet quiet spot a two minute walk to the town centre with all amenities, Mézin was quite famous in the mid-nineteenth century for manufacturing corks (bouchons). This trade employed most of the local population and the house belonged to a cork factory owner.  The cork trade started to dwindle after the 1920’s as most of the cork oaks froze during unusually harsh winters.

Le prix indiqué comprend les honoraires à la charge de l’acheteur: 4% TTC
Prix hors honoraires: 187,500 €
Location near Nérac

Stone house in village centre

Stone house in village centre
near Nérac
An historic house which has retained so many amazing features
195,000 € Agency Fees Included

Specifications

220
m2
11 room(s)
5 bedroom(s)
2 bathroom(s)
-
m2
For further information about this property or additional photos, please call us on +33 (0)5.53.47.92.30 or email info@wheeler-property.com mentioning Reference WMC034

© Copyright 2020 Wheeler Maisons & Chateaux

description

Overview

Fabulous historic property in the centre of an historic village in a quiet location.  Built in 1856 for the owner of a local cork factory and was what they call “une maison de bouchonnier”.

Interior and Garden

The property has been renovated by current owners with taste and sympathy to the architectural features, of which there is an abundance from the original stone staircase, tiled floors, plaster work, marble fireplaces and possibly the best stone kitchen sink I’ve ever seen!  Nicely proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights and large windows, the house has been upgraded with double glazing and is heated by piped village gas.  The people who originally lived here had a typically bourgeois way of life and the house has two staircases, (the service stairway at the back of the house was probably used by the maid who had her lodging in the attic).

The Area

Located in a central yet quiet spot a two minute walk to the town centre with all amenities, Mézin was quite famous in the mid-nineteenth century for manufacturing corks (bouchons). This trade employed most of the local population and the house belonged to a cork factory owner.  The cork trade started to dwindle after the 1920’s as most of the cork oaks froze during unusually harsh winters.

Le prix indiqué comprend les honoraires à la charge de l’acheteur: 4% TTC
Prix hors honoraires: 187,500 €

© Copyright 2020 Wheeler Maisons & Chateaux

Stone house in village centre