A beautifully restored 14th century water mill in the Dordogne Valley
Set in over 2 acres of beautiful and easily maintained level parkland with mill pond
and frontage to the river Menoire, Moulin d’Arnac was originally a walnut and corn
mill. On this site which dates back to the 14th century this beautiful water mill
restored and maintained to a high standard by the present owner is currently run as a
business but with the flexibility for conversion to a single dwelling with the potential
to provide a superb and unique family home.
The grounds are extensive, the mill pond is well stocked with fish and there are
fishing rights on the river Menoire which, with its small waterfalls, attracts a variety of
wildlife. An additional benefit is the above ground swimming pool. There is also the
potential for generating the property’s own electricity supply.
In all, a beautiful, flexible property, full of potential, in a secluded paradise but within
easy reach of local amenities and attractions situated in the Dordogne Valley, a few
minutes away the town of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, the borders of the Lot, Corrèze and
Dordogne departments, considered 3 of the most beautiful in France. The airport at
Brive is only 45 minutes away, other airports are situated at Toulouse,
Limoges and Bergerac.
The property is approached by a gravel drive with an open car port next to the garage/
utility room, both attached to the main building.
- Pièces 16 pièces
- Surface 260 m²
- Chauffage Fioul / Mazout
- Etat Excellent état
- 7 Chambres
- 1 Terrain 20000 m²
- 1 Cuisine
- 5 Salles de bains
- 4 Toilettes
- 723 000 € honoraires exclus
- Honoraires de 3.631 % TTC à charge acquéreur
- Honoraires à charge acquéreur26 250 €
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