If you ever dreamt about owning a piece of history, here is your chance to acquire an important village dwelling, built around 1650 and containing the village’s formal prison and communal bread oven.
The house, in good apparent structural condition, offers a useable surface of some 200 m2 and comrises, on the:
Ground floor: a bright and pleasant reception room with foreplace, kitchen, hall and guest toilet.
First floor: 2 bedrooms, bathroom.
Second floor: a large reception or bedroom with fireplace, a small bedroom, a small storage room.
Attic floor (under the eaves): a room and further storage space.
Lower street level 1: the communal bread oven.
Lower street level 2: the former prison, preceded by a vaulter room.
Lots of character including fireplaces, beams, tomettes floor tiles).
The property seems to be in good structural condition and the roof seems sound.
A lovely vue from the reception room onto the village square and from the upper floor windows a nice view on hills and countryside.
This house would make a perfect family home but could also be subdivided into 2 appartments.
The village is a lovely perched village in which 3 restaurants, 2 cafés, GP surgery, bakery, small grocery store, post office. More shops and serviced are 5 minutes away in either Bargemon or Callas, neighbouring villages.
Draguignan (all amenities): 25 minutes.
A8 motorway exit Le Muy and the St. Endréol golf course: 25 minutes.
The coast: 50 minutes.
Th Gorges du Verdon: 50 minutes.
Lower ski slopes: one hour.
Nice airport: one hour.