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Set in over 2 acres of beautiful and easily maintained level parkland with a mill pond and frontage to small river, this pretty Moulin was originally a walnut and corn mill. On this site which dates back to the 14th century this beautiful water mill restored and maintained to a high standard by the present owner and offers with the flexibility for conversion to a single dwelling with the potential to provide a superb and unique family home. The main house comprises, on the ground floor: A spacious entrance hallway 20m², a bright, large dining room 31m², with exposed beams and stone, feature reinforced glass floor panel which gives a view of the mill race with its underground stonework which can be lit for night time viewing. A kitchen/breakfast room 24m² with breakfast bar, full range of fitted cupboards, built in eye-level electric oven, ceramic hob, stone effect sink and dishwasher. Large walk-in pantry with space for upright fridge-freezer. Large lounge 49m², originally part of the working mill floor, this room is full of character and still retains some of the original mill ironwork, exposed beams and stonework, plus a large stone fireplace. On the 1st floor: A landing, Master bedroom 26m², bedroom 2 of 11m², 3rd bedroom 9.5m², a 2nd kitchen/living room 22m², a shower room and wc, bedroom 4 & bedroom 5 (each 11m²), 6th bedroom 19m², 3rd kitchen/living room 19m², a shower and wc, There is also a delightful, character, detached studio gite, suitable for 2 people. The ground floor, tiled throughout, comprises a kitchen/breakfast bar with hob, sink and fridge unit, shower/WC and stairs to the first floor double bedroom. Outside there is a covered terrace overlooking the mill race and the garden, plus a garage/utility room. Throughout the gardens you hear the calming sound of moving water. The grounds are extensive, the mill pond is well stocked with fish and there are fishing rights on the river which, with several waterfalls, attracts a variety of wildlife. An additional benefit is the above ground swimming pool. There is also the potential for generating the property’s own electricity supply. In all, a beautiful, flexible property, full of potential, within easy reach of local amenities and attractions situated in the Dordogne Valley, a few minutes away the town of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, on the borders of the Lot, Corrèze and Dordogne departments. The airport at Brive is only 45 minutes away, other airports are Limoges, Bergerac or Toulouse.
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