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(03) Allier

XVIIIth C. Historical Gem in Beautiful Town

€990,000

Reception Rooms: 3
Bedrooms: 10
Bathrooms: 2
Land: 1.72 ha

Reference: C5-3317
990,000
£ 873,507
$ 1,163,696

This historical property stands amidst a beautiful French town known for its elegant hotels and gorgeous buildings, vouching for its rich history. Although the XVIIIth. Century brick and stone hôtel particulier faces a street, it has its own courtyard & wooded park at the back. It is surrounded by a variety of outbuildings (dwellings and caretaker’s lodges) reminiscent of the grand lifestyle people led in the XVIIIth. Century. In total it has 2,200m2 of living space and an additional 250m2 of outbuildings. It is a stunning property in need of an expert to be brought back to its former glory.

The hôtel particulier (approximately 275m2 per floor);

Ground floor: Central porch way, to the right, former kitchens, utility rooms and bathroom. To the left, monumental staircase & dining room.
First floor: richly ornamented grand salon, second salon, master suite, bedroom, various utility rooms, entresol and secondary staircase.
Second floor: 7 bedrooms
Third floor: staff bedrooms and attic.

Wings:
Wing 1: carriage sheds, stalls & ostler’s quarters
Wing 2: control room, study and orangery.
Upstairs: utility rooms

Outbuildings;

Neighbouring XVIIth. Century dwelling (approximately 270m2) with beautiful features, a porch way and little courtyard, 8 rooms and 3 floors (very basic facilities).

Neighbouring private mansion: enclosed courtyard, 2 floors and attic to be converted, beautiful architecture. The former stables were used as offices. Facing the courtyard: former apartment to be converted. All in all there is approximately 775m2 of living space.



Various sheds and other outbuildings that all contributed to the running of this prestigious property.

In the park, former orangery (150m2) in ruins

Grounds;
Substantial park (1ha 71a 92 ca) with mature trees. It was redesigned in the 1850s-60s by the Count De Choulot.
Former vegetable garden.
Pond.