Chateau in Tournon St Martin
Located in the Indre, this chateau of approximately 450 sq.mt. as living space with its outbuildings, its meadow and wooded park, form a 5.38 hectares ensemble. It consists in reception rooms, six bedrooms which one on ground floor, three bathrooms, a convertible attic, and cellars. Heating is provided by a heat pump with oil-fired heating relay. The rooms are very luminous and offer panoramic views. The property is proposed for sale 280,000 € agency fees included, on which price you will add a monthly life annuity of 2,000 €.
THE CHATEAU consists on ground floor of a 21.90 sq.mt. entrance hall with two large cupboards and staircases leading to first floor and basement, a 31.46 sq.mt. living room opening on a 20.93 sq.mt. living room, a 15.67 sq.mt. kitchen, a 13.50 sq.mt. study, a 15.80 sq.mt. bedroom, a 6.23 sq.mt. bathroom.
On first floor, you will find a 14.87 sq.mt. landing and passageway, a 23.90 sq.mt. bedroom, toilets, a 23.90 sq.mt. bedroom, a 16.16 sq.mt. bedroom, 5.33 sq.mt. toilets, a 20.97 sq.mt.bedroom, a 5.76 sq.mt. cupboard, a 18.27 sq.mt bedroom, a 6.23 sq.mt. bathroom.
On second floor, the two former maids’ bedrooms are suitable for conversion.
The basement consists of four cellars (49.28 sq.mt, 60.31 sq.mt, 38.72 sq.mt, 10.56 sq.mt).
Heating is provided by a heat pump with oil relay, with a 300L electric water boiler. The electric consumption is about 5000 euros per annum.
THE OUTBUILDINGS consist of a building including a 43.83 sq.mt. garage, a 22.55 sq.mt. room with fireplace and a 66.30 sq.mt. first floor, a hangar for storage and animals.
The property also has photovoltaic panels (about 36 m²) allowing a deduction of at least half electricity charges.
You Advisor : Philippe ROUSSEAU
- 450 m² interior
- 3 bathroom(s)
- 11 room(s)
- 53851 m² outside
- 7 room(s)
- Honoraires : Honoraires charge acquéreur
- Prix honoraires exclus : 250 000 €
- % commission : 11%
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