Close to Bordeaux, this bourgeois mansion with various names was built in 1871, dates are written on each facade of the building, by an unknown master builder. It was named Chalet Vauclair, Cottage Saint Louis or Maison Faure because of the different owners of this property.
Built on a plot of 1274m², this property has a reception garden where it is possible to park several cars. The wrought iron entrance door opens onto a very bright and large entrance. You will discover on the right side a luminous living room with fireplace. On the left side, a large dining room with large windows opening onto a terrace, a study or room of your choice.
A large kitchen fully equipped with professional equipment. A laundry room, numerous storage spaces and a hallway complete this first floor.
On the first floor, a large landing with custom closets, serves two beautiful bedrooms, a master suite with dressing room and adjoining bathroom shower open onto a large stone balcony overlooking the garden. Finally, a fourth bedroom or office opening onto a second balcony as well as a shower room complete the night part.
To finish the visit of the main house, you will find a fifth attic bedroom with shower room and WC.
A fitted cellar, a closed garage for two vehicles and a large swimming pool on a west facing travertine terrace make this house a rare product.
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