Renovated Mill house with Gite, outbuildings and two-and-a-quarter acres Lot-et-Garonne
On the borders of the Lot-et-Garonne and Dordogne near the glorious Bastide hilltop village of Monflanquin.
In wooded, undulating countryside described as the ‘Tuscany of France’ by the great French writer Stendhal.
On around two-and-a-half acres (1ha) of grounds enclosed by two branches of a stream, the Mill sits in the middle of what is almost an island.
The ground floor has been renovated to provide a large living room with fitted kitchen in all measuring 750 sq ft (75m2)
Upstairs, totalling 650 sq ft (65m2), a large landing leads to two bedrooms, and bathroom and a shower room.
Heating is by wood burner and electric radiators.
The guest house measures 430 sq ft (40m2) and has a living room, a bedroom and shower room. There is an additional mezzanine room. Separate office with broadband connection.
Swimming pool 6 X 4 m.
Lovely pond of around 5400 sq ft (500m2). Town water. Septic tank requiring updating to current regulations.
Property tax 900€ per annum.