A delightful historic country property with renovated chapel and a presbytery situated in outstanding countryside with well maintained gardens and a lake. The main house is an ancient stone former Presbytery with accommodation largely on the first floor, approached up the chapel staircase and across the stone bridge, under which is the main entrance to the cloistered courtyard. The main accommodation is comprised of hall/library, dining room, drawing room, kitchen, five bedrooms and bathrooms. There are also ancillary rooms. The chapel is on three floors and has various accommodation rooms. Set in a 3 acre garden with mature trees, small lake, swimming pool and a stone Folly. There is adjacent land available to purchase. Toulouse airport is one hour away and the auto-route to Paris just a 20 minute drive.
XIX century chateau situated between Chateauroux and Issoudun. Sitting in plot of 196,727 m2 with wonderful grounds, surrounded by rolling countryside just on the edge of a pretty village. The entrance hall is situated in the tower and there is a dining room, billiard room, lounge, fitted kitchen on the ground floor. The first floor has 7 bedrooms with en-suite bath/shower rooms and the second floor has five further bedrooms, the third floor is the attic. In the cellar there are 4 rooms. The presbytery has been converted into B & B rooms, a gym and a sauna. In the grounds a re several outbuildings also a tower and tennis court.
The 12th and 13th century stone buildings that have been renovated to a high standard, with a perfect integration of the original features. The priory was once a site where pilgrims used to stop for a rest on their way to St Jacques de Compostelle. It depended on the Fontevraud Abbey (near Chinon, in Anjou). The main accommodation is comprised of entrance hall, kitchen, dining room and vast lounge. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms and additional space. The B & B part can be accessed from here. There are two gites and two apartments, restaurant and professional kitchen. The property is set in 20 hectares of land with barn, garage, swimming pool, gardens and meadows. Situated 3 km from Coulones-sur l'Autize and 15 km from Niort.
An interesting building with history, which used to be the old Rectory of Pollatomish, built in 1852 servicing the adjacent church, now demolished. It was later considerably extended in 1969, and run as an An Aioge Youth Hostel till 1996. The current owners bought the property in 1997, added a conservatory and comprehensively modernised the building and converted it back for private use. The property has kitchen, dining room, sitting room, utility room and five bedrooms, one currently used as an office. The annex has conservatory, kitchen, sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. Outside are gardens with fruit trees and mature hedging and two ponds. There are sea views from the property. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the peaceful village of Pollatomish, it is within walking distance of the National School, Post Office/General store and two pubs. Knock international airport is 100 km.
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