A 250 year old farmhouse set in over over five acres of land, an oasis of peace and privacy in unspoilt countryside, on the outskirts of the sleepy, medieval village of Segur-Le-Chateau nestling on the banks of the Auvezere. An idyllic setting offering spacious, comfortable accommodation, secluded gardens and your own private pool for boisterous fun and games with your family or relaxation with your latest novel. An ideal spot to venture east into Correze, a quiet undiscovered land of forests, hills and secret valleys and west to rivers, caves and the familiar beauty of the Dordogne.
Further details: The farmhouse has a large kitchen / living room, with exposed oak beamed ceiling. Kitchen area fitted with oak fronted units, gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, kettle and toaster, table to seat 6, tiled floor; the living area with inglenook fireplace, oak floor, satelitte TV, radio and comfortable seating. There is a bathroom downstairs with toilet, basin and shower and a Dining room to seat 6 with oak floor, beamed ceiling and dark oak furniture. One double bedroom downstairs and staircase to first floor double bedroom, twin bedded room, single bedroom and bathroom with toilet and shower, all with exposed oak beamed ceilings. Travel cot available.
Outdoor facilities: The swimming pool, 10 x 5 metres (1m at shallow end sloping to 2m at the deep end), patio, lawn and pergola, to the rear of the house, is secure within a large fenced and hedged area, chairs, loungers and table provided. The pool area is enclosed and also has a security cover for the safety of our guests.
There is a further patio surrounded by bushes and vines at the side of the house, also with garden furniture. There is a brick BBQ, volleyball and badminton nets, plus table tennis available for your use. The lawns between the house and pool area are planted with bushes and fruit trees and the front and side of the farmhouse has lawns with ample space for football etc. The grounds are surrounded and sheltered by unspoilt countryside creating a haven of tranquility.
Local attractions: Segur-le-Chateau is a medieval town of outstanding beauty and historical interest. There are charming restaurants and a cafe which offer eating in or out on the green under the tall and mature trees on the edge of the River Auvezere.
Lubersac, Arnac Pompadour and St. Yrieix are market towns, on the route of Richard the Lionheart, all within 15 minutes drive with market days, shops, supermarkets with intimate bars and restaurants. Limoges, Perigueux and Brive are large towns full of historical interest, restaurants, shops, bars and golf courses all within one hours drive. The National Anglo-Arab Stud, immaculate racecourse with racing, dressage, show jumping and cross-country and many other equine based events held at Arnac Pompadour every weekend, during July, August and September. A must to visit is Rocamadour, Collonges la Rouge, Roc St Christophe, Hautefort Chateau, the famous Lascoux caves and the Dordogne river valley with its many diverse attractions.