7 bedroom detached house for sale
France - Aquitaine, Dordogne, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil
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- Period Features
- 2 Reception Rooms
- All Bedrooms En-Suite
- In Ground Pool
- Idyllic Location
- Fab Gardens
- Family Home
- Successul Boutique B&B
- Mains Drains
A five minute stroll into Les Eyzies, where you will find shops, bakers, plenty of restaurants, supermarket, Doctors and famous for being the "Prehistoric Capital of the World" where Cro Magnon man made it one of the richest and most exciting of archaeological areas.
Perfectly placed for a tourist related business or fabulous full time home, ideal for those who need easy access to and from the UK with year round low cost flights available at Bergerac or Brive-Souillac making it convenient for visiting family and friends.
Ferme de Tayac is ideally situated in the heart of the Vezere Valley in Tayac, one of the oldest hamlets in the Dordogne and just a 10 min. stroll from Les Eyzies. Ferme de Tayac is a great place to for access to the towns & villages the area is famous for. Sarlat, Beynac, Castelnaud and Domme are but a few.
Accommodation in Brief:
The original house in true Perigordine style, is reputed to date in part from AD 1120 Comprising of some very unique features the home comes with its own consists cave, that is at present in use as an office/study/ TV room with wood burning stove, a reception room above, with massive fireplace, and above this a spacious open loft.
Attached to this the former barns, with access from the house, comprise a hallway, with cloakroom, and a laundry room. Very large kitchen, large dining room, hallway with larder and separate toilet. There is a further large reception room with big fireplace and another wood burning stove for cosy winter nights. The original 1860's wine press has been retained as another unique feature and focal point.
The first floor (part of the former barns) are accessed via 2 staircases. Accommodation comprises a separate toilet, and seven double bedrooms, all equipped with en-suite facilities of toilet, sink and shower. Rooms are spacious light and packed with lots of original features charm and character.
Cave / Study: Approx. 4.6 m X 8.5m with exposed stone, and back wall solid rock. Wood-burning stove.
Hallway: Approx. 5.0 m X 3.2m With stairway to 1st floor, double French doors to kitchen.
Cloakroom: 2.5m X 2.2m With toilet, sink, and shower. Partially exposed rock.
Laundry space: Measures approx. 1.4m X 3.2m With access to technical space L 21 x W 1.2 x H 3 M
Kitchen: 8.6m X 5.2m light & spacious with Double French doors to garden, and to dining room
Dining room: Approx. 6.0m X 5.5m Stairway to 1st floor, and double French doors to lounge.
Larder /Toilet: 5.5 m X 1.2m
Lounge: 10m X 8.5m Large fireplace, wood-burning stove, double French doors to garden
Total ground floor space is estimated at being approx. 240 M2. The whole of the ground floor is tiled out, and has oil fired warm water underfloor heating.
First Floor: All bedrooms are equipped with Toilet / shower / and washbasin (included in overall measurements) All bedrooms and corridors have exposed beams and planked floors.
Bedrooms 5,6,7, and first floor reception have radiator central heating.
Bedroom 1 24 M2
Bedroom 2 14 M2
Bedroom 3 approx. 20.5 M2
Bedroom 4 approx. 19 M2
Bedroom 5 approx. 24 M2 French doors to back garden
Bedroom 6 approx. 20 M2 French doors to back garden
Bedroom 7 approx. 27 M2 French doors to back garden
Linen room: approx. 6 M2
Toilet: approx. 2 M2
Corridor: approx. 2 x 12 M
Corridor: approx. 1.3 x 8 M
Landing: approx. 8 M2
First floor reception room: approx 9M x 5.5 M, with door to back garden and covered drying area of 10×2 m, plus access stairway to loft.
Loft: Open loft 9 x5M with two dormer windows.
The Gardens / Outside: The gardens and grounds are a real delight and feature of the home that any budding enthusiast will enjoy. Laid in a cottage style with established flower beds borders and lots of places to sit, relax or entertain. The delightful pool is in ground and measures 12 X 5 m and comes with a salt water system and automatic pH system. A flag stone surround providing plenty of space for beds loungers and chairs. There is a good combination of sunny and shady areas' ideal for outside dining and BBQ's.
Outbuildings - All supplied with power.
Barn 1: Approx. 20M x12M - Stone built, tile covered, re-roofed 2004.
Barn 2: Measures approx. 11M x 6M attached to barn 1, stone built, tile covered, reroofed and insulated. In 2004 2 new wooden floors.
Tobacco barn: Original Perigourdine tobacco barn, exterior completely renovated 2004. Tiled roof, houses oil tank, swimming pool pump/filter etc.
Wokshop / nut drying barn / covered parking for 2 cars. Stone built , tiled roof.
Garden shelter: 4.2 M x 6.6 M, Newly constructed from solid oak 2004 with tile roof.
Ruins: Several small ruined buildings/baking house in back garden, natural stone.
Features:- All buildings with the exception of the tobacco barn are built of natural stone, with most of it exposed externally and internally. Vast majority of the beams are in view.
All floors upstairs are wooden planked floors
All exterior doors and windows are hardwood and double glazed.
The whole ground floor is underfloor heating.
Upstairs lounge and three adjacent bedrooms are centrally heated with radiators.
Viessmann oil fired boiler (2004) located in barn 1
Massive ancient inglenook open fire in 1st floor reception.
Note that the back of the house is built against the rock, which extends up to the first floor, so entry in front is from garden level, and entry from back to 1st floor is also from garden level.
The technical space mentioned above gives access to services, electric, water, heating pipes, and sewerage.
The property benefits from being connected to mains drains so no fosse septic issues.
Energy & CO2 - C 123.6kWhEp/m2/yr D 29.2kgeq CO2/m2/yr