Stone house

PRICE: EUR €285,000

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Estate Agent: Sextant France
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A few minutes from Montguyon, renovated stone house of 239 m² on a fenced and wooded plot of 1.36 ha, by the stream.

Property features:
Swimming pool
Immediately habitable
Stone house
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Property Details:

This ground floor house, very bright and in perfect condition, consists of a beautiful entrance serving a living room of 50 m² with cathedral ceiling and fireplace, an American kitchen of 28 m² overlooking a pleasant winter garden, three large bedrooms (minimum 15 m²) including a master suite with dressing room and separate shower room, an office, a bathroom, separate WCs, a utility room. Heating provided by solar panels, coupled to a fuel oil boiler and production of photovoltaic electricity for self-consumption. Outside, outbuildings of more than 200 m², an independent studio and landscaping of 30 m², a heated above-ground swimming pool and a small pond complete this beautiful construction. Small village of Charente-Maritime, in the region of New Aquitaine, Montguyon takes place in the former province of Saintonge, not far from Pouillac and Clérac, on the road from Royan to Ribérac. In particular, it serves as a stage for the GR 360 hiking trail. Its proximity to some of the most beautiful cities in the region make it an ideal place to spend a few days in the area. Full of charm, the town has all the infrastructure necessary for a good holiday, as well as a modest architectural and historical heritage to discover the time of a walk in the village. It takes place at the confluence of Charente, Gironde and Dordogne, in the borough of Jonzac. Built in the course of the eleventh century, the castle of Montguyon today presents a fortress of the thirteenth century modified in the sixteenth century. The ruins now belong to the commune, after being the property of the families of Montguyon, Rochefoucauld and Rohan. The site has been the scene of many battles, like the one of 1451, which saw the armies of Charles VII and the English troops clash. Burned at the end of the eighteenth century, the fortress also saw part of its dungeon collapse in the early 1980s. The stables of the castle and ramparts were classified in the supplementary inventory of Historical Monuments in 2004. Listed as a historic monument, the covered path of Pierre Folle is a megalithic construction erected around 4,500 years ago. Do not miss to discover the church of Vassiac, a 12th century building remodeled in the 15th century and listed as an historic monument. Fees charged to seller Commercial Agent Click the blue MAKE ENQUIRY button and enter your details to receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Laurent Taddei.

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Energy efficiency rating :

Very energy efficient lower running costs


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Environmental (CO2) rating : kg

Very environmentally friendly


Not environmentally friendly