House (near LARAMIERE) in Lot, Midi-Pyrénées

Property. Ref: JSV-1201043103 Date Added: 26-March-2020 Map / Approx. Location

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  • 12 Bedrooms
  • Size: 900.00 m2
  • Plot: 0.74 acre
€ 693,000 (Approx. £ 576,354) Estimate Notaire Fees The following links are for mortgage applications only Mortgage Application Mortgage Callback For mortgage enquiries ONLY: + 44 (0) 207 484 4615
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This small abbey has retained all its authenticity despite the changes made over the centuries. Recent work has given it a real splendor. Originally built in the 12th century, then reworked by the Jesuits to make it a Jesuit (until 1789 year of their banishment), it has retained all the cachet of the time of the Augustinian founding monks. It is composed of 2 wings. The North wing, the St Georges church is still consecrated and therefore not part of the property. On the garden level: a chapter house, a monks 'room, a hospitium, the former monks' refectory, an old kitchen in a 3-level tower ... The chapter room (chapter room) is magnificent. The former refectory of the monks is grand (great height, magnificent vaulted caps of the time), and is in a remarkable state of conservation. Upstairs the old 6 teaching rooms in the East wing now consist of a kitchen and a succession of bedrooms / lounges. This habitable floor (a bathroom has been converted) offers great potential. It is the same for the attic above the East and South wings, for about 300 m². 3 gardens surround the whole (for 3000 m² approx.). The vast majority of the work has been carried out by the current owner. Calm and serenity for this property which would be suitable as a place for reception, a concert exhibition ... Note that from the outset, pilgrims were welcomed in the hospitium because this religious building has always been a renowned close to the way of St Jacques. Rare product for enthusiasts ...

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