7 Bed Country House For Sale Novelda

SKU: PV2376
Property type: Country House


Large Country House with Guest Apartment close to the town of Novelda

The traditional country house is set in mature gardens with a fish pond and island, a summer house, a swimming pool, plus a separate 2 bedroom Guest apartment

The property has been delightfully restored and has retains many original features creating character and charm

With plenty of additional restored outbuildings which could be converted into lovely bedrooms, the country house has a lot of potential for rental income

Access to the property is through a grand entrance hall with has antique chairs set around a fireplace and doors leading to the spacious and elegant lounge and other rooms.

The kitchen is very impressive with approximately 7m of wall and base units along one wall and a charming bread oven on the other side. There is also plenty of seating space for tables and chairs.

The dining hall has lots of space and light offering an elegant but friendly space for families or guests. There is also a charming old library complete with bookshelves and wooden beams.

Additionally, there is a separate lounge/ diner on the second floor of the main property, ideal as a cosy TV or reading room.

Externally there is a front facing covered terrace overlooking the large fishpond with a central island, on which there is a summer house, a swimming pool and garage, plus further outbuildings

The location near the marble factories, but the garden and house are very tranquil and beautiful.

The property benefits from mains water and electricity, telephone and internet and is well worth a viewing

Contact the Agent

Mavis Hanson

Real Estate Broker
When it comes to selling property nobody comes close to the dedication and care taken by Mavis. With years in residential sales and marketing, she has a great number of happy clients. Why did she become an agent- well here is her story I began working as an estate agent after entertaining a number of guests in our Bed and Breakfast who were on viewing trips with various estate agents in the area. My husband and I listened to the white lies, sometimes little ones, sometimes whoppers that the agents told their clients. Guests used to ask us for our opinions, of course we had to tell the truth, ‘yes it does get cold in winter’, ‘no you may never get mains electricity in that area’ and so on. We soon became sounding boards whilst our guests made their decisions and friends and acquaintances, realising we had buyers staying with…