- Equestrian property
- Bed and breakfast business
- Bookings for upcoming year
- Swimming pool
- Habitable space - 415m²
- Total plot size - 100,000m²
5.36m x 5.50m
The main house is accessed through the kitchen. Although the décor could do with some updating, it has all functioning white goods. The room retains many of the original features, with wooden ceiling beams, two exposed stone wall and a tiled floor. The room is large enough to easily seat four at the dining table.
4.56m x 8.69m
From the kitchen, there are two steps which take you to the lounge area. There is a large south facing bay window as well as french doors which allows for lots of light with a view over the terrace and the swimming pool. Once again, this room retains a number of original features with the ceiling beams, exposed stone walls and large open fireplace.
3.62m x 3.34m
In the middle of the stairs from the lounge to the first floor, is a door to a wooden staircase which leads to the cellar with the electrical meter. From this room there is also access to the bed and breakfast part of the property.
1.55m x 3.14m
Continuing up the stairs from the lounge is a bathroom with a bath, a washbasin a bidet and a velux. This room is currently used for storage.
On the same level, is a separate toilet.
First floor landing
3.17m x 1.79m
At the top of the staircase there is a landing providing an access to the main bedroom and to another room.
3.60m x 4.05m
This bedroom is the largest bedroom in the main house, with built in cupboards and French doors to the terrace.
2.18m x 1.94m
This room is next to the main bedroom and is currently used for storage. It has carpet on the floor, a window overlooking the side of the property and a radiator.
5.00m x 2.99m
This second bedroom has a window overlooking the front of the property.
Down to 3 more steps is another small landing providing an access to the third bedroom, to the toilets and to the bathroom.
2.13m x 2.62m
This bathroom has a good size with tiled floor and walls and has a bath, a double washbasin and a velux.
3.14m x 3.41m
Double room with wooden floor and a velux, just next to the bathroom.
Bed and Breakfast
10.63m x 3.31m
The bed and breakfast area is attached to the main house and is accessible from either the cellar or externally from the terrace. It is a lovely space for welcoming guest and offers them a private entrance to their accommodation. As well as being the reception area this space also doubles at the breakfast room, but if someone wanted to develop the business further this could be used as a dining room for evening meals as there is enough space for several tables rather than the long one currently being used. There is a small stone counter and behind this is a kitchen. There is also a large covered terrace which provides more seating. The room is heated with radiators, meaning it could be used all year round.
12.87m x 2.72m
Next to the reception room there is a blue door which opens to a hallway with a very high ceiling with six windows in the roof allowing for the natural light to flow in. It provides access to the cellar of the main house, the apartment, laundry room and four of the guest rooms.
Bedrooms 1 to 4
Four of the guest rooms can be accessed from the hallway. Three of them are of a similar size each with a double bed, wardrobe and a private bathroom with shower and a mezzanine, big enough to welcome a double bed. The fourth room has two bedrooms and a private bathroom making it ideal for a family.
3.32m x 2.77m
Large room with a tiled floor and wash hand basin. Lots of cupboards to store the items needed for guests.
5.37m x 2.44m
The apartment is accessed from the terrace or the bed and breakfast area. There is a open plan lounge and kitchen with a tiled floor and exposed stone wall. With two bedrooms and a bathroom with a bath and a separate toilet. This provide either extra accommodation for guests or a live-in space for this helping to run the business.
Bedrooms 6 & 7
Bedrooms 6 and 7
There are another two bed and breakfast rooms accessed from outside, under the terrace of the main house. One of 20 and another 25m². Both have room for a double bed and are equipped with a wardrobe and a private bathroom with a shower room and separate toilet.
Garden and Pool
The main house and guest area are surrounded by gardens. All guest have access to the swimming pool and there is plenty of poolside furniture. The location of the property means it is secluded with stunning views over the mountains.
There are 17 stables within the grounds which are currently used for local residence to board their horses, as well as extra space to the storage of feed and equipment. There is also space for the horses to be exercised, but the location of the property means that riders can enjoy the local countryside.
This lovely stone house dates back to 1853 and retains much of its original character. It is a unique opportunity to purchase a property such as this in this area of France. The layout of the grounds would allow for either the two current businesses to run side by side the bed and breakfast the boarding of horses or could be made into a riding school or holiday complex specialising in riding holidays. The current owner enjoys year on year repeat bookings but is now finding the size of the property to be too much.
For countryside lovers, this place is THE place to relax and enjoy this wonderful environment surrounded by the mountains.