This restored Bakery is In the centre of a small village this house has space, character & history, with possibilities to create additional living space, Entrance hall (21 m²) with fireplace and separate toilet leads to a spacious living-room with a wood burner. Dining room/games room (22 m²) with original tiled floor and French windows leading out to the garden. Kitchen (30 m²) has been restored with the old bakery oven left as the main feature of the house, with doors leading onto the patio and private walled garden. Staircase leading to the large loft-area, which offers scope for further modernization. Garage (35 m²) with arch-style double doors and the old stables currently used as the wood store. Staircase that leads to the first bedroom (20 m²), with wooden floorboards and bathroom (5 m²) with shower, basin and a toilet. Second bedroom (22 m²), with an en-suite bathroom (12 m²), shower, bath, two sinks and a separate toilet. Both bedrooms have views to the 12th century knights templar village church. The garden area is well maintained with mature trees and shrubs, and is perfect for those relaxing summer evenings, with views again to the church. Double iron gates leading to side road. CLIMATE: The climate is warm and temperate in Romestaing. The village is set in beautiful rolling hills, covered in vineyards, sunflowers and woods, which are perfect for long walks and cycle rides. Marmande is 21km & Casteljaloux is 20km - At Casteljaloux there is a huge swimming lake with an imported sandy beach (complete with a lifeguard), a café, bar and facilities. The town also has an 18 hole Golf Club, casino and riding stables; and for those truly wanting to relax, the famous spa Bains de Casteljaloux. It is VERY EASILY ACCESSED with excellent road links from the ferry-ports; and convenient to the airports at Bordeaux (82km), Bergerac (95km), Toulouse (197km), Pau (144km).
Prix agency fees INCLUDED : 101 650 €
Prix agency fees EXCLUDED : 95 000 €
Agency fees of 7.00% , all tax included, to be paid by the buyer
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