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Stone house with outbuildings and 1 hectare

South-west facing rendered stone house with around 115 sqm (1240ft2) of liveable space over 2 floors, built by a small hamlet lane. One enters the house through a small veranda onto a simply fitted but spacious 25 sqm (270ft2) kitchen that is equipped with an old wood fuelled cooking range, a gas range and fitted with some wall-mounted cabinets. Small square tiles on the floor typical of the style in the 1950’s. From the kitchen, a solid wooden staircase with some built-in cupboards underneath leads up to the first floor. To the right of the kitchen, the living room has parquet floors and exposed ceiling beams. The room has a fireplace but the chimney on top of the roof has been removed. The living room is connected to a utility room that was originally an entrance hall with another front door but it has been closed off. A hatch door in the floor opens to the cellar where there is the concrete septic tank and the pump for the well located in front of the house. The tank is out of date. At the back of the utility room, there is a small bathroom with a bathtub, a washbasin and a bidet. Separate toilet.On the first floor, there are three bedrooms of 20.5 sqm, 17.7 sqm and 15.7sqm (220ft2, 190ft2 and 169ft2). The ceiling height is 2.06m (6ft8”). Above these rooms, there are 2 attics, one of which can be converted into an extra room.Although the house can be lived in straight away, you will need to update the electricity, plumbing as well as the interior decoration. The original single glazed have been overglazed but neither the walls nor the roof have been insulated. Next to the house, there is a 115sqm (1240ft2) barn, in which a block walled room has been built to house the oil central heating system (the De Dietrich boiler is from 2003 and is regularly maintained). The barn’s walls and roof frame are in good condition. There is a corrugated asbestos roof that is basic but in good condition. Opposite the barn, across the hamlet lane, there is a 20sqm (215ft2) stone open hangar with an older two-sided corrugated asbestos roof that is used to store wood. Next to the hangar, a block built single car garage with the same roof. At the back of the hangar, there is an old bread oven that could be renovated. Right by these buildings, there is a two-storey stone house of ca. 60sqm (645ft2). It has a traditional clay tiled roof and wooden frame and would make a cozy workshop or guesthouse. There is a flat plot of ca. 1200 sqm (1/3 acre) planted with fruit trees behind the little house that belongs to another member of the family and it could be purchased along with the main property. The rest of the property is divided into a large flat-ish vegetable plot of about 1900 sqm (ca. ½ acre) that is easily watered thanks to the water pumped out of the well. There is a pretty second detached Auvergne style barn (two separate floors, 3 cow stables on the ground floor and hay barn with a large ramped door on the top floor) of over 200 sqm (2200ft2) floor space. Its warm coloured stone walls and openings framed with red bricks give the building real good looks. The building work, the asbestos tiled roof and frames are in good condition. In front of the barn, a flat gated courtyard with a front fenced in ornamental garden. Next to the barn, a large block building with a corrugated asbestos roof was later added to house sheep. It is fully operational and has an open storage top floor that is accessible from a back door. Behind the barn and sheep shed, there is around 7000 sqm (1 2/3 acre) of fenced grazing land so that your animals can happily run around! The property is located on the edge of a small hamlet in a dominant position. It is about 2 minutes from a village with a swimming lake and all amenities. The centre of Limoges is 40km (25 miles) away and the airport can be reached in 45 minutes.

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Price: € 139.000,=

Stone house with outbuildings and 1 hectare

South-west facing rendered stone house with around 115 sqm (1240ft2) of liveable space over 2 floors, built by a small hamlet lane. One enters the house through a small veranda onto a simply fitted but spacious 25 sqm (270ft2) kitchen that is equipped with an old wood fuelled cooking range, a gas range and fitted with some wall-mounted cabinets. Small square tiles on the floor typical of the style in the 1950’s. From the kitchen, a solid wooden staircase with some built-in cupboards underneath leads up to the first floor. To the right of the kitchen, the living room has parquet floors and exposed ceiling beams. The room has a fireplace but the chimney on top of the roof has been removed. The living room is connected to a utility room that was originally an entrance hall with another front door but it has been closed off. A hatch door in the floor opens to the cellar where there is the concrete septic tank and the pump for the well located in front of the house. The tank is out of date. At the back of the utility room, there is a small bathroom with a bathtub, a washbasin and a bidet. Separate toilet.On the first floor, there are three bedrooms of 20.5 sqm, 17.7 sqm and 15.7sqm (220ft2, 190ft2 and 169ft2). The ceiling height is 2.06m (6ft8”). Above these rooms, there are 2 attics, one of which can be converted into an extra room.Although the house can be lived in straight away, you will need to update the electricity, plumbing as well as the interior decoration. The original single glazed have been overglazed but neither the walls nor the roof have been insulated. Next to the house, there is a 115sqm (1240ft2) barn, in which a block walled room has been built to house the oil central heating system (the De Dietrich boiler is from 2003 and is regularly maintained). The barn’s walls and roof frame are in good condition. There is a corrugated asbestos roof that is basic but in good condition. Opposite the barn, across the hamlet lane, there is a 20sqm (215ft2) stone open hangar with an older two-sided corrugated asbestos roof that is used to store wood. Next to the hangar, a block built single car garage with the same roof. At the back of the hangar, there is an old bread oven that could be renovated. Right by these buildings, there is a two-storey stone house of ca. 60sqm (645ft2). It has a traditional clay tiled roof and wooden frame and would make a cozy workshop or guesthouse. There is a flat plot of ca. 1200 sqm (1/3 acre) planted with fruit trees behind the little house that belongs to another member of the family and it could be purchased along with the main property. The rest of the property is divided into a large flat-ish vegetable plot of about 1900 sqm (ca. ½ acre) that is easily watered thanks to the water pumped out of the well. There is a pretty second detached Auvergne style barn (two separate floors, 3 cow stables on the ground floor and hay barn with a large ramped door on the top floor) of over 200 sqm (2200ft2) floor space. Its warm coloured stone walls and openings framed with red bricks give the building real good looks. The building work, the asbestos tiled roof and frames are in good condition. In front of the barn, a flat gated courtyard with a front fenced in ornamental garden. Next to the barn, a large block building with a corrugated asbestos roof was later added to house sheep. It is fully operational and has an open storage top floor that is accessible from a back door. Behind the barn and sheep shed, there is around 7000 sqm (1 2/3 acre) of fenced grazing land so that your animals can happily run around! The property is located on the edge of a small hamlet in a dominant position. It is about 2 minutes from a village with a swimming lake and all amenities. The centre of Limoges is 40km (25 miles) away and the airport can be reached in 45 minutes.

Details
Reference:
460
Place:
Châteauneuf la Forêt
Distance to the villlage:
Approx. 3 km
Location:
In/near a hamlet
Lot size:
Approx. 9.659 m²
Type:
Fermette
Year of construction:
Between 1900 and 1950
Surface area:
Approx. 115 m²
Number of rooms:
5
Number of bedrooms:
3
Sanitation:
Number of bathrooms : 1
Bathroom(s) with
  • Bath
  • Sink
  • Toilet
  • Bidet
Connections:
Water
Electricity
Telephone
Drainage system:
Septictank (not up to norms)
Heating:
Chimney
Electric cooker
Central heating system on oil
Outbuildings:
Number of barns : 2
Shed
Hangar
Various:
Well
Price:
€ 139.000,=
fees paid by the vendor
Energie
Consommation réele: 233 kWhEP/m2
Estimation des émissions: 34 kgeqCO2/m2

Châteauneuf la Forêt


Châteauneuf is a larger village that has all amenities. Châteauneuf la Forêt has a large supermarket, several bakeries , an auberge, bar tabac as well as a cinema and tennis courts. In the village there is also the high school for the surrounding area. In the village regularly vide-grenier , markets or other festivities. It has also a lake, which is widely used by swimmers , fishermen or walkers. The lake has a beach and children's area , which in summer is guarded by several lifeguards. But you can also do your shopping in Limoges which is at 30 minutes distance. Limoges has also an airport, with regular flights to the UK.
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