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Full Description

This splendid 17th century Maison de Maitre sits in its peaceful landscaped grounds of 2 ha. Located a short walk from a nearby village and a 15 minute drive to the popular riverside market town of Dax. This busy town, famous since Roman times for its Thermal baths and mud cures, offers all the amenities you could wish for.

The Manor house, built in 1640, was originally a part of a large country estate now long since dispersed. What remains, however is a tremendously charming arrangement of buildings and all meticulously maintained. The principle house, the Maison de Maitre, is flanked by 2 buildings of a later period and now converted to Gite accommodation. The main house enjoys modern day comforts whilst maintaining its authenticity.

This home has been professionally decorated and enjoys sumptuous interiors with fabulous fabric lined walls and elegant full length curtains creating a wonderful homely ambiance. Accommodation covers in excess of 400m2 over 2 floors with 3 main reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.

The remaining buildings include; the 2 Gites, popular during the holiday season and offering 2 very comfortable living spaces with 7 bedrooms and a small guardian's apartment. A 17th century barn now a Pool house with covered terrace, a Stable block with 8 boxes and extensive kennelling.

Situated in a rural location, close to Dax with its high speed train link to Paris in 3 hrs 20 mins. Easy access to both the Atlantic Coast, 50 mins, and the Pyrenees Mountains 1 hr 20 mins.

Key Information

Property ID: 41224808
Location: FRANCE, Aquitaine, Landes, Dax
Categories:
  • House
  • House
Bedrooms: 12
Bathrooms: 5
Price:
  • £1,034,438
  • €1,152,000
  • $1,404,630
Short Description:

This splendid 17th century Maison de Maitre sits in its peaceful landscaped grounds of 2 ha. Located a short walk from a nearby village and a 15 minute drive to the popular riverside market town of Dax. This busy town, famous since Roman times for its The