4 Bed House converted into Two Apartments Loir-et-Cher Centre France. 4 Bed House converted into Two Apartments Loir-et-Cher Centre France Euroresales Property ID – 9823990 Property information: This is a house converted into two different two bedroom apartments. The property is in good condition and well maintained and consists of two apartments of approximately 67 square meters each. Detached house set in its own grounds with outbuilding for garden machinery and trailer. The house has been professionally converted into two separate double bedroom apartments with independent access. Each apartment has two double bedrooms, hallway, cupboard storage, Lounge/diner, Kitchen and separate wc/shower room/bathroom. Upper apartment has electric heating and lower apartment has log fired heating. There is a covered area/carport for two cars and parking for up to 10 cars in the long secluded driveway. Balcony to the front of the house facing west. The surrounding grounds are laid mainly to grass with a mature orchard and decorative trees and a level grass play area. There is a double car port to the side of the house. The property is for sale furnished, subject to price and is connected to mains water, electricity and drainage, no gas. There is also canoeing, water sports, swimming, fishing, river boat trip and it is within walking distance of Zoo De Beauval. The largest outdoor natural zoo in Europe. Other information: No. of Reception Rooms: 2 Floor Space (metres squared): 67 x 2 Furnished: Negotiable Plot (metres squared): half acre Parking: Off Street Parking No of Outbuildings: One View: Country Orientation: South-West Distance from Sea: 1.5 Hours + Distance from Airport: 45 mins Distance from Golf: 30 mins Distance from Main Attraction: Walking About the area: Loir-et-Cher is a department in the Centre-Val de Loire region, France. Its name is originated from two rivers which cross it, the Loir on the North and the Cher on the South. Its prefecture is Blois. The Centre-Val de Loire region occupies the centre of northern France and is split through the middle by the Loire Valley, defined by its farmland and palatial châteaux. It’s also a primary wine-producing region, known especially for its white wines such as Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé.