Rhone Alps

An immense traditional farmhouse, set on a sizeable plot of land

PRICE: EUR €2,392,000

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Estate Agent: Alpine Property SARL
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Ferme les Drugeres is a magnificent family estate dating back to 1860. Steeped in local history and tradition, this unique property is one of a kind within the village of Samoens. The estate is set on 4107m2 of buildable land and consists of a traditional farmhouse, a 2 bedroom chalet, a mazot and a double garage. It’s central location, within 350 metres of the historical village square, adds to the appeal of this prestigious property.

Property features:
Ski chalet
Flat or apartment
Includes barn
An immense traditional farmhouse, set on a sizeable plot of land
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Property Details:

The sizeable farmhouse, measuring 18 metres * 18 metres and over 12 metres high, is currently divided into 3 apartments. On the ground floor, to the south, there is a 116m2, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. On the first floor, also to the south, there is a second 54m2, one bedroom, one bathroom apartment. Both of these apartments give access to south facing terraces and balconies overlooking the extensive grounds and the fabulous surrounding mountain vistas.

The third apartment, to the north of the property, offers approximately 170m2 of liveable space divided over two floors, with 4 bedrooms and one bathroom on the ground floor and a further two bedrooms on the first floor. This section of the farm offers dramatic views to the north, east and west including the majestic Criou Mountain.

The immense loft/ barn section of the farm starts on the first floor and continues to a height of 9.65 metres. Its cathedral proportions and its magnificent original wooden structure offer the potential for two further floors of liveable space.

In the basement there are two traditional cellars, both measuring approximately 20m2.

The farm is heated using a combination of central heating, with a heating oil boiler, log burning stoves and electric radiators. It is also connected to the mains drains.

The 2 bedroom chalet, to the east of the farmhouse, was originally a storage barn for the farm. The owners converted the barn in the mid-eighties into a 54m2 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom chalet. The chalet benefits from a private south facing terrace and is heated using electric radiators and a wood burning stove. It is also connected to the mains drains.

To the south of the property there is a 13m2 mazot, also constructed in the eighties, which serves as an extra bedroom during the summer season.

At the entrance to the estate there is a 30m2 double garage and ample parking for a further 4 cars.

This estate is a weighty proposition with countless possibilities for serious contenders only with budgets to match.

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