Duo of charming houses in the Dordogne Valley

Laval-de-Cère, France, 46130

For Sale

€950,000

REF: 753748 €950,000


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Description

We are pleased to offer this unique property nestled in a hamlet setting, on the gorge of the Val de Cère, an impressive barn renovation with its guesthouse. A restored barn of good proportions, sympathetically completed 20 years ago with its stone walls, unique charm and with breathtaking views.

The property is presented on a plot size of 1.2 hectare with its large salt water infinity pool, 12x6m. On entering the front door, you feel you are entering an oasis of calm and you are immediate.. We are pleased to offer this unique property nestled in a hamlet setting, on the gorge of the Val de Cère, an impressive barn renovation with its guesthouse.

A restored barn of good proportions, sympathetically completed 20 years ago with its stone walls, unique charm and with breathtaking views. The property is presented on a plot size of 1.2 hectare with its large salt water infinity pool, 12x6m. On entering the front door, you feel you are entering an oasis of calm and you are immediately drawn to the impressive cantou fireplace and then your eye is drawn upwards to the impressive cathedral ceiling.

The views from this room across the valley will never cease to amaze in any season. It s a panorama that is breathtaking. To one end of the room is a fully equipped kitchen. A crafted spiral metal staircase leads you to the second salon or a homeworking space. The views from here are also of note. Two bedrooms with their adjacent bathrooms and a separate WC complete the ground floor level.

On the lower ground floor, on the garden level, there is a basement and three cellars. One serves as a laundry room with its water heater, another as a wine cellar and third as a store room. There is also a WC to serve the pool and terrace areas. A library/home office with 100 metres of shelving for your collection of books completes the lower ground floor.

From this level you can access the swimming pool, the gardens with its 1.2 hectares and 50 fruit trees apple, peach, plum, pear, fig, mirabelle which wrap around the two buildings. A small cellar that houses the pool equipment is also on this level. Across the gravel courtyard sits the handsome guesthouse which the current owners rent out (a future owner would need to reapply for the necessary permissions) and also use when friends and family stay.

On entering via the oak front door, you arrive in the salon with its cantou, a corner dining room and arched stone Souillarde feature leading to a bijou fully equipped kitchen, recently redone. Two bedrooms and a bathroom and WC are also on the ground floor level. On the first floor there are another two bedrooms, a family shower rooms and separate WC.

Beneath this house sits three cellars, one containing the heating system and fuel tanks for both houses. The central heating system can heat each house in isolation or both simultaneously. The water heater for the guesthouse is also located here. Nothing disappoints and, once seen, never forgotten, this 17th century property will enchant and delight its new owners all year round!!
We are pleased to offer this unique property nestled in a hamlet setting, on the gorge of the Val de Cère, an impressive barn renovation with its guesthouse. A restored barn of good proportions, sympathetically completed 20 years ago with its stone walls, unique charm and with breathtaking views.

The property is presented on a plot size of 1.2 hectare with its large salt water infinity pool, 12x6m. On entering the front door, you feel you are entering an oasis of calm and you are immediate.. We are pleased to offer this unique property nestled in a hamlet setting, on the gorge of the Val de Cère, an impressive barn renovation with its guesthouse.

A restored barn of good proportions, sympathetically completed 20 years ago with its stone walls, unique charm and with breathtaking views. The property is presented on a plot size of 1.2 hectare with its large salt water infinity pool, 12x6m. On entering the front door, you feel you are entering an oasis of calm and you are immediately drawn to the impressive cantou fireplace and then your eye is drawn upwards to the impressive cathedral ceiling.

The views from this room across the valley will never cease to amaze in any season. It s a panorama that is breathtaking. To one end of the room is a fully equipped kitchen. A crafted spiral metal staircase leads you to the second salon or a homeworking space. The views from here are also of note. Two bedrooms with their adjacent bathrooms and a separate WC complete the ground floor level.

On the lower ground floor, on the garden level, there is a basement and three cellars. One serves as a laundry room with its water heater, another as a wine cellar and third as a store room. There is also a WC to serve the pool and terrace areas. A library/home office with 100 metres of shelving for your collection of books completes the lower ground floor.

From this level you can access the swimming pool, the gardens with its 1.2 hectares and 50 fruit trees apple, peach, plum, pear, fig, mirabelle which wrap around the two buildings. A small cellar that houses the pool equipment is also on this level. Across the gravel courtyard sits the handsome guesthouse which the current owners rent out (a future owner would need to reapply for the necessary permissions) and also use when friends and family stay.

On entering via the oak front door, you arrive in the salon with its cantou, a corner dining room and arched stone Souillarde feature leading to a bijou fully equipped kitchen, recently redone. Two bedrooms and a bathroom and WC are also on the ground floor level. On the first floor there are another two bedrooms, a family shower rooms and separate WC.

Beneath this house sits three cellars, one containing the heating system and fuel tanks for both houses. The central heating system can heat each house in isolation or both simultaneously. The water heater for the guesthouse is also located here. Nothing disappoints and, once seen, never forgotten, this 17th century property will enchant and delight its new owners all year round!!
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Currency Exchange

Laval-de-Cère, France, 46130

Interested in this property? Don't lose out to currency fluctuations changing the price you pay...

Many overseas buyers in France do not realise they can lose thousands of pounds through adverse currency exchange rate movements.

The property buying process in France takes time; it could be up to six months between seeing the property of your dreams and actually taking ownership. So how much would this €950,000 property cost you?

Property Price € Minimum cost in the last six months Maximum cost in the last six months Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by
€950,000 £808,659 £832,713 £24,054
Property Price € €950,000
Minimum cost in the last six months £808,659
Maximum cost in the last six months £832,713
Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by £24,054

Laval-de-Cère, France, 46130

Interested in this property? Don't lose out to currency fluctuations changing the price you pay...

Many overseas buyers in France do not realise they can lose thousands of pounds through adverse currency exchange rate movements.

The property buying process in France takes time; it could be up to six months between seeing the property of your dreams and actually taking ownership. So how much would this €950,000 property cost you?

Property Price € Minimum cost in the last six months Maximum cost in the last six months Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by
€950,000 £808,659 £832,713 £24,054
Property Price € €950,000
Minimum cost in the last six months £808,659
Maximum cost in the last six months £832,713
Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by £24,054

The exchange rate on the day you make an offer on your property in France will not be the same as the rate you pay when you complete on your purchase, as currency markets move constantly. Any large rate movements may take it beyond your price range as the chart above illustrates the fluctuation and how much extra your property could have cost you.

The best way to avoid this significant risk is to plan your budget and currency strategy with an experienced currency specialist. They have been known to save you up to 4% compared to many high street banks, £4,000 for every £100,000, which soon adds up. They will also keep you up to date on market movements, help you set a rate in advance with a product called a Forward Contract - so you know exactly what you will pay for your property in sterling.

This is why we recommend Smart Currency Exchange Ltd. If exchange rate movements continue to be as unpredictable and as significant as they have been in the past then by not using Smart Currency Exchange Ltd your property could cost you £24,054 more.

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