Stunning 7 bedroom farmhouse situated in the open countyside, in a peaceful and rural setting on the Lot et Garonne / Gironde border, half an hour south of the Dordogne river.As you enter the property, you walk into a wide hallway with exposed beams and masonry which leads to a large and airy lounge with log burner, piano, plenty of seating and books on hand.There's English Sky TV and a UK DVD player. Further on is a double bedroom with a door leading to the garden. The large open oak kitchen is equipped with a full-size Aga, separate gas hobs, oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is an informal dining area in the kitchen, a central island and plenty of bench space.On the ground floor is also a utility room, a shower room with WC, and a changing room with direct access to the swimming pool.First floor: as you walk up the stairs (original historic staircase), you will come to a wide landing leading to the bedrooms. There are 3 double bedrooms (one with an en suite shower room) and 3 single bedrooms. On the first floor is also a very spacious family bathroom with WC.Outside, there is a covered parking area for several cars and various outbuildings including a large barn.Set in its own 8 acres with no nearby neighbours. 2 acres are mown lawn around the house and there are 2 ponds within this area offering lots of wildlife. The house comes with a 12m x 5m swimming pool.The views from the house are to open countryside and a cliff top church which is spectacularly lit up at night. The house is at the end of a private lane and is well away from the roads.
The local town of Monsegur is a 13th century bastide town famous for its annual jazz festival. There are weekly markets for fresh local produce, and during the summer a weekly night market where you can enjoy eating and drinking local food and wine in the covered market square. The landscape is gently rolling hills criss crossed by quiet country lanes ideal for cycling and walking. A perfect location to enjoy all the region has to offer, from beautiful scenery, historic towns and villages, to world famous wine producers.