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Fully Restored Mill House With Gite, Swimming Pool, Set On About 1,65 Hectares Of Lovely Landscaped EUR689,000

Habitable Area
350 m²
Plot Size
16,500 m²
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House - Frayssinet-le-gelat

Fully restored mill house with gite, swimming pool, set on about 1,65 hectares of lovely landscaped gardens,

Fully restored mill house with gite, swimming pool, set on about 1,65 hectares of lovely landscaped gardens,

Situated in the Lot department of south-west France,this property offers a

rare opportunity to aquire a unique well superbly appointed old stone water


and converted barn, set within lovely landscaped gardens.

Eight bedrooms, five bathrooms, under-floor heating, a swimming pool with

heating facilities and spacious grounds

including a landscaped garden with many trees, shrubs, box hedges and a

small greenhouse.

Property summary

The property lies near to a small village where there are two


a good bakery, a small supermarket, a primary school and a garage.

ln the summer months there is also a lakeside cafe/ restaurant.

These amenities together with a fine church and attractive town hall provide

an ideal village setting,

all within a short walk. There is private parking for several cars.

Attached to the main house is a restored barn which provides luxury


for invited guests or summer lettings which is very successful on the

English holiday market.


The Moulin

The front entrance opens onto a pleasant hallway with a tiled floor which


to the main living room ( 58m2) has large sliding glass doors/windows

overlooking the garden, a large dining room ( 31m2) with large open


The living and dining areas flow onto the master bedroom (1) (19m2) and a second

bedroom (2) ( 11m2) with ensuite bathroom.

Steps leading down to the old mill room of which, in addition,

is an annexe room ( 44m2 ) with the planning permission for an apartment.

The large custom-designed kitchen ( 29m2) has a high ceiling, white walls

and attractive chestnut beams, fitted cupboards and a tiled floor.

Stairs lead down to a wine cellar.

The Pigeonnier: 3 rooms.

Upstairs from the entrance hall, there is curved staircase to the Pigeonnier

which consists of two bedrooms, a mezzanine and a bathroom.

With underfloor heating.

The Barn provides 72m2 open-plan living with underfloor heating. ( 3 airy

bedrooms & 2 bathrooms)

The barn has a separate entrance and in addition, a communicating door to

the main house.

Fully fitted modern, custom-designed, open plan kitchen/dining/living (


Bedroom 1 (13.5m2), tiled floor

A sweeping staircase takes you to the first floor bedrooms (two) and


A twin bedroom is on the next level.

This separate residence has been let as luxury accommodation for

invited guests or summer lettings which has been very successful on the

English holiday market.


12 x 6 metre pool with a lovely tiled poolhouse consisting of a large

seating area for ten with barbecue facilities,

refrigerator and kitchenette. In addition there is a WC with a shower.

10km to the town of Prayssac, with frequent local farmers markets.

33km to Cahors, with a railway station on the main line to Paris.

39km to the nearest motorway junction of the A20.

146 km to Toulouse, an international airport, and 76km to the airport at


689.000 €



* 8 Bedrooms
* Usable area: 350 sqm;
* Land: 16500 sqm;

Price: 689.000 €

* Agency fee (to be paid by the buyer):: 6.00%

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