This south-facing, period property is set on the edge of a quant French village. The house is 460m2 with land of 7457m2, numerous outbuilding and has buckets of potential. As if the house isn’t magical enough, when you see the uninterrupted view over the French countryside, all the way to the Pyrenees mountains, you’ll be blown away!
Ground floor: Grand hallway (25m2) , dining room (34m2) with parquet flooring, reception room (26m2) with parquet flooring, WC, office (18m2), snug (15m2), kitchen (27m2) with large open fire, bathroom (13m2), utility room, workshop and access to a courtyard garden and a 2 storey stables, which also has access from the road and could be used as parking or additional accommodation (permission permitting).
First Floor: The grand staircase goes through the centre of the house and opens onto a large landing (18m2) on the first floor. On this floor there is a self-contained apartment/suite on either side of the hall way. Apartment 1 – 2 large bedrooms (30m2 and 18m2) with en-suite bathrooms in both. Apartment 2- Kitchen (5.5m2), lounge (17m2), 2 bedrooms (27m2 and 12.5m2) and a bathroom.
Second Floor: 2 further self-contained apartments plus a further bedroom/storage room (18m2). Apartment 3 – Lounge (15.8m2), kitchen (10.5m2), bathroom and 2 bedrooms (21m2 and 16.2m2) Apartment 4 – Bedroom/living area (30m2), large kitchen (13m2) and bathroom.
Outbuildings: To the right hand-side of the property there is a large barn/outbuilding which has been partly converted and has plumbing and electricity which could be developed into an additional dwelling. Next to this is a large wood store. To the rear of the property, there is the old stable that could be used as a garage or also converted as it has its own access.
Outside: To the front of the property, which is enclosed by a stone wall and grand entry gates, there is a large courtyard, which has some shaded areas provided by an ancient oak tree. There is ample parking for numerous vehicles. To the rear of the property there is another enclosed, private courtyard. Directly opposite the property, there is an enchanting private walled garden which is 6044m2 in size. The land in total is 7457m2. The park is lined with mature plants and trees and at the end of the park, there are spectacular panoramic views of the mountains and rolling fields of vineyards and sunflowers. It truly is magnificent.
Location: Although completely private and not overlooked, this property is located in a pretty village which has a local shop and real community feel. 5 minutes to the historic village of Saissac, which has numerous restaurants and the best views in Aude, 20 minutes to Castelnaudary, which has the Canal du Midi, train station and numerous large supermarkets and 20 minutes to the beautiful medieval market town of Revel. Carcassonne is just over 30 minutes away. Toulouse with its international airport and Narbonne with its stunning beaches, can be reached in just over an hour.
Although this property is in need of updating and bringing back to life, it offers huge potential and would make a beautiful grand family home or alternatively would offer great business potential as a B&B/Chambre re d’hotes. A must see!