Commercial property for sale
Aubeterre, Charente, 16390, France
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An historic converted 12th century Pilgrims' hospital with apartment complex and thriving restaurant.
This ancestral property has been renovated to a high standard and provides four separate apartments used as holiday rentals.
The restaurant has 108 covers and serves a combination of Tapas and Pizza meals - a hit with the thousands of holiday-makers who come to Aubeterre every year.
Aubeterre is officially one of France's prettiest villages and attracts an Internationl clientele to this beautiful part of the Charente.
Apartment 1 has a lounge, 1 bedroom and shower room.
Apartment 2: entrance hall, large lounge area with vaulted ceiling (6.5 x 8.8 m) 3 bedrooms, shower room.
Apartment 3: kitchen, lounge, 2 bedrooms, shower room.
Apartment 4: large kitchen/sitting room with access to rear garden, 2 large bedrooms, shower room.
The former Chapel (117m2) provides further scope to expand this property. It is currently used as a shared guest area with a kitchen and WC.
The restaurant has a part covered outside terrace area (approx. 67m2) and an internal dining room. The commercial kitchen is around 27m2.
The bar area (26.5m2) has a brick built wood-fired pizza oven.
The gardens are approx. 823m2, which include an elevated swimming pool for guests. The property is connected to mains drainage.
Business available by separate negociation.
Conveniently situated on the border of the South Charente and the Dordogne, Aubeterre sur Dronne is renowned for its exceptional cultural heritage which, combined with its beautiful surroundings and the famous French "Art de Vivre", makes it the perfect place to live and visit. Officially listed as one of "Les Plus Beaux Villages de France", it has welcomed pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostella in Spain, for over 1000 years. Two important historical monuments add to the cultural status of Aubeterre sur Dronne, namely the extraordinary, monolithic, underground Church of St Jean and the Romanesque Church of St Jacques, with its stunning facade. Visitors and tourists can enjoy strolling through the narrow streets, the many specialist shops, and then settling down in the village square, Place Trarieux, at one of the cafes or restaurants, wonderfully shaded by ancient lime trees.
Dan Arnold, (Agent Commercial) - RSAC No513103663. (dont 4.9 % TTC honoraires a la charge de l'acquereur) Agency fees are included in the asking price.
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