Over 300 years old, this lovely original stone building sits at one side of a Roman pedestrian bridge which crosses the River Thouars; with a medieval water mill on the other side with weir. This home is a piece of French history. The building has been run successfully as a working gite for many years, but also has separate living quarters to allow independent living.
The private part of the house is over 3 floors with a double bedroom on the top floor, bathroom with WC and lounge on the first floor with a ground floor kitchen/diner. This part of the house can be locked to separate it from the gite which has its own entrance. The gite sits over two floors and consists of a galley kitchen, a large dining room and a sitting room. The first floor has a double bedroom with ensuite shower and the twin bedroom has its own shower room. There is a connecting door to the main house's bathroom, which again can be locked/separated from the other property but which can be made accessible to join the two properties. There is a large garage with additional storage into the apex. The outside has ample parking and is laid to lawn with trees and slopes down to the river which gives wonderful views of both the roman bridge and the weir. There is outside seating, a basketball net/practice area and an area suitable to play boules. A fisherman and walker's delight!