Atypical: Protestant temple of the 19th century, converted into a dwelling

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Dordogne, Bergerac.

Shops at 5mn.

Religious edifice of the nineteenth century, having been the subject of a renovation in the rules of art.

Classified as historical monuments by the heritage foundation.

Temple, built on an elongated plan, 164m2.

The front façade in the south, with a semi-circular portal, is flanked by a portico with four columns and crowned by a small triangular pediment.

A small quadrangular bell tower stands at the other end of the building.

Large park of plane trees. (Parking).

Garden, terrace. Plot of 1055m2.

Entrance through the porch and its cast iron bell, giving into a small living room, bathroom and toilet.

Behind a beautiful door in woodwork, access to the body of the building, transformed into a living vase.

Mezzanine/library overlooking the living room.

Kitchen in the bottom of the bell tower (corner fireplace) and overlooking the garden.

In the nave: 2 bedrooms, 1 on the mezzanine, bathroom, toilet.

Double glazing, 2 pellet stoves and 1 wood stove.

Possibility of shops.

Septic tank to standards. City water.

Property tax of 400€.



Fees including all taxes charged to the buyer: 5.4 % of the price of the property excluding fees

Price of the property excluding fees: 350,000

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