- Hamlet of 4 dwellings
- 2 Manor Houses, A mill house and a cottage
- 14 Bedrooms and 10 bathrooms in total
- 500+m2 Habitable
- 2+ hectares of land
- Storage barn on 2 levels
- 12m Heated Swimming Pool
- River Frontage
- Impressive rental turnover with huge potential for more!
This 13th & 14th century hamlet offers accommodation in 4 properties, set in its own private grounds of just over 2 hectares.
Entrance to the property is through high electric gates and a gravelled driveway leads up to the hamlet. The first property that is approached from the drive is the traditional stone cottage.
This beautifully renovated cottage has terracotta tiled floors throughout. The accommodation comprises of the following;
Living/Dining/Kitchen (6.4m x 5.4m) - with a fitted kitchen and a log burning stove. In addition to the log burning stove there is fuel central heating.
Bathroom (1.1m x 2.8m) - a white suite comprising of a bath (shower over), handbasin and toilet.
Bedroom 1 (4.25m x 3m)
Bedroom 2 (4.4m x 2.6m)
Adjacent to the cottage is the Main Manor House, the Grand Manoir.
Entrance is directly into the Kitchen/Dining Room (9.5m 6.4m) - this magnificent room has a huge fireplace with an original 13th century stone mantel and a log burning stove. With flagstone floors, exposed stone walls and superb beams, this makes for an impressive dining hall.
To the rear of the Kitchen/Dining room is a downstairs cloakroom with a toilet and handbasin and also plumbing for the washing machine.
Living Room/Study (6.1m x 6.4m) - with wooden floor.
A wooden staircase leads to the first floor. First Floor
Landing with doors leading through to;
Salon (6.6m x 6.5m) - an impressive first floor living room with a stunning stone mantel, a wooden floor and beamed ceiling. An enclosed storage cupboard, with a window is accessed froom a door into the salon. However, as it backs onto the first floor bathroom, it could become a small ensuite if one wanted to change the layout of the rooms and use the Salon as a further bedroom.
Bedroom 1 (6.4m x 6.5m) - this is the master suite, a huge bedroom with wooden floors, a fireplace and beamed ceiling.
Bathroom (3.6m x 3m) - comprising of a bath, toilet and handbasin. This room has Jack and Jill doors; one leading directly into the master bedroom and the other door onto the landing.
Mezzanine galleried landing with doors off to;
Study or 4th Bedroom (5.2m x 2.5m) with a wooden floor.
Bedroom 2 (2.9m x 5.2m) - with stone walls, a wooden floor and an ensuite shower room (2.3m x 1.2m)
Storage Cupboard off the landing.
Bedroom 3 (4.7m x 5.2m) - a gorgeous bedroom with stone and briquette walls, a wooden floor and a beamed ceiling. Ensuite Shower Room (2.3m x 1.3m).
Located at Right angles from Manor 1, lies the smaller Manor house. Which comprises of the following;-
Living/Dining/Kitchen (9.7m x 6.3m) - with a fitted kitchen on one side and a huge fireplace. As with the Grand Manoir, this imposing room is really a Dining Hall and perfect for entertaining large numbers of people. The flooring is beautiful original terracotta, there are huge beams on the ceiling and a rear doorway leads to the garden.
To the rear of the Dining/Kitchen is a ground floor cloakroom with a toilet, handbasin and a shower.
Living Room (5.6m x 6.3m) - with a wooden floor, stone walls and beams and another imipressive fireplace.
Rear Landing (4m x 2.7m)
Bedroom 1 (3.5m x 3.9m) a charming bedroom with lovely views across the garden, with stone walls and large beams.
Landing (5.7m x 1.4m) - with a pitch roof
Bedroom 2 (3.5m x 3.5m)
Bathroom (2.7m x 2.4m) - with a corner bath, shower cubicle, handbasin and toilet.
Bedroom 3 (2.4m x 5.2m)
The Mill House
The Mill house was extended upwards in the 1950's to provide accommodation on 1 floor. The basement includes the old Mill workings, a workshop and a self contained gym room. The habitable part of the property comprises of the following:-
Kitchen (4.6m x 2.6m) - with a fitted kitchen
Corridor leading to:-
Living/Dining Room (4.65m x 7.1m) with wooden floors and views across the river and weir.
Bedroom 1 (3.4m x 3.4m) with an ensuite washroom with toilet and handbasin (1.6m x 1.9m).
Separate Toilet (2m x 1.15m)
Bedroom 2 (4m x 3.8m) with an ensuite shower room (1.1m x 2.4m)
Bathroom (1.95m x 2.1m)
Bedroom 3 (3m x 3.7m)
Laundry room with washing machine and water heater
Bedroom 4 (3.6m x 3m)
The property grounds sit on the banks of the River Dropt. The property itself owns 3 small islands on the river, suitably named by the current owners as; Fishermans Island, Long Island and the unexplored island.
To the left of the properties main entrance and driveway, there is a huge storage barn on 2 floors, measuring 18m x 18m. Adjacent to this is a newly constructed 3 car garage.
An original stone Pigeonnier sits apart from the other buildings and could easily be renovated to provide an extra guest cottage if required.
The property has a very healthy turnover, however as the current owners only let for the peak months, without further investment the turnover could be increased significantly, as all properties are heated, as is the pool.
Nestled between the Bastide towns of Eymet and Castillonnes, Lalandusse is on the borders of the Dordogne and Lot et Garonne, set in the middle of the medieval Bastide towns of Eymet, Castillonnes and Issegac. To the north is the Fairy tale castle of Monbazillac overlooking Bergerac, famous for its cuisine and wine, as appreciated by 'Cyrano de Bergerac'.
The property is secluded in its own grounds with a 3 meter high hedge. Surrounded by farms and vineyards,but only 10 min to the local supermarket and 20 minutes from Bergerac airport.
A unique property that could provide a wonderful home and an excellent income.