Very rare 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom property in Saint Maurin with stunning ancient stables.
Grand, stone village house with the best-looking stable block in the department!
Situated on the edge of the lively village of St Maurin, in a private setting with charming established gardens and ancient cedar tree. Main house dating from 1800, retaining numerous period features including original floorboards and terracotta tiles, marble fireplaces with ornate plaster work, panelled doors, high ceilings with light, airy rooms and fabulous ancient staircase. Rustic kitchen with original, functioning stone sink and beamed ceilings, vast attic – easily convertible if more space required. Gas central heating and several open fireplaces.
Stunning, stone stable block with original bread oven in good structural condition but requiring total internal renovation, originally with first floor rooms most likely for the staff, now offering huge potential for a multitude of possibilities.
Underground garaging for two cars and wine cave, and additional off-road parking, gardens with stone staircase and large terrace overlooking the abbey.
A much-loved holiday home for many years, now requiring a little refreshing…please form an orderly queue.
Located on the edge of the pretty village of Saint Maurin, a short stroll to the village shop. The village has a thriving community life with cinema club, language classes, shop/cafe, post office and tennis court and summer night markets. Toulouse airport is 1hr 15 minutes, Bordeaux 1.5 hours and Agen 25 minutes.
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