Built around 1735, this stunning private mansion is one of the most historic and architecturally important houses of the town. During the Hundred Years' War, King Edward III installed his son as the administrator of the region. Known later by the sobriquet 'The Black Prince', the ruins of his palace chapel still remain as part of the mansion's fabric. The property is presently divided into a 2 bedroom main residence with 3 self-contained apartments. The main part benefits from beautiful reception rooms, a stone staircase, 2 en-suite bedrooms, and possibility to create 2 more bedrooms. The apartments have separate entrances and access to the street.
Two of them are composed of a living room, a kitchen and a bedroom, and the largest apartment has 2 en-suite bedrooms.
Outside, there is an attractive, mature and private garden with a beautiful swimming pool and shaded terrace.
A side of the property hasn't been renovated, which offers various possibilities : enlargement of the private part of the house, an artist studio, an independant profession...