Magnificent 16th century mill with 13 bedrooms, lake and commercial restaurant premises

Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, Haute-Vienne

€ 954 000
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BVI74381
679 M²
54.370 M²
13
13
  • Fully equipped Charvet professional kitchen
  • Stunning lakeside terraces
  • Accommodation for up to 20 guests in luxury comfort
  • 5 hectares of tranquil calm

About this Property

Completely private, this Perigourdine gem sits within mature forest of more than 5ha, including a 1.5 hectare stream-fed pond which flows into a beautiful waterfall.

A private drive provides access to a gathering area from which a manicured walkway leads past the lake and via a footbridge to the main house of 350 m2 whose impressive facade and tower rooms provide a wonderful aspect.

The Mill, of typical regional construction, has been completely restored and is currently used as a guest-house with 3 luxury bedroom suites and separate staff quarters (a future owner may need to reapply for the necessary permissions and business registration). It also houses three bespoke restaurants catering for afternoon tea, casual dining and haute cuisine. Servicing these is a fully-equipped professional kitchen (Charvet multi-station cooking suite) and a separate climate controlled patisserie area with marble surfaces. The organisation of each workstation has been meticulously organised.

A completely independent owners' residence sits closeby with its magnificent stone fireplace a key central feature in the middle of its spacious open livingroom. A modern fitted kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, utility room, cellar, garage and private lake frontage ensure privacy and tranquility.

A second guest cottage, originally a flour mill offers a total of six en suite bedrooms, a private garden terrace and easy access across the walkway to the main hotel. Total habitable area 230m2.

Finally a cute one bedroomed guest cottage sits tucked away in a peaceful corner of the property - a perfect choice for a romantic stopover!

Outbuildings include a large two-storeyed barn, and separate single level annexe - which could easily serve as a hammam or gym.

The lake is stream-fed and its barrier has a valve which allows the exit flow to be regulated. There are plenty of fish which offers potential for pisciculture (subject to permissions).

A truly beautiful property offering a really special experience for any future owner!

Price including agency fees : 954.000 €
Price excluding agency fees : 900.000 €
Buyer commission included: 6 %

James Rolt

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Limousin

Haute-Vienne

Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche

Limousin

Stunningly green and beautiful, the Limousin is cattle country and made up of three departments, the Correze, the Creuse and Haute Vienne. This area, to the west of the Massif Central, offers some of the best year round grazing making it a magnet for equestrians.  Rolling hills, woodlands and a low population density combine for a most rural lifestyle. Yet with both Limoges and Poitiers airports close at hand this is a superbly accessible area.

BVI74381

13

13

679 M²

54.370 M²

Excellent

No

Septic tank

Convector, Fuel oil

€ € 4 210

Energy consumption

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consumption 352 kWh/m².year
emission 24 kg CO2/m².year
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emission 24 kg CO2/m².year
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Testimonials

    Testimonial by Stuart and Lucy Binns

    As most people know, buying or selling a property is always complicated, especially if the process takes place across two countries.We recently sold our second home in Southwest France during a time when the market was not particularly vibrant. It was a difficult experience as it was a property we were very fond of.The whole process was handled by Judith Whitlow, who took care of the sale and of us with great aplomb.Not only was the process an emotionally demanding one, it was also subject to huge complexities – legal, technical, financial, and procedural.Judith’s fluency in French and English was vital, but her knowledge of all the myriad details, from the workings of fosse septiques to the nuances of tax law (in both countries) made a dangerous administrative minefield much easier to negotiate.In short, she guided us along the entire journey with great professionalism and personal empathy.We couldn’t recommend her, or Beaux Villages, more highly.