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1930 house with 2 barns near a lively village

This solid and impressive stone character property with a 1615 ft2 living area has all that is needed for a family looking to relocate away from the city and seeking space and a peaceful setting. The dwelling was extended and renovated about 12 years ago into a permanent rental. If you add your personal touch to it, you will get back its soul and unique charm. The south facing house is located within a hamlet near a village. The access road in front of it is a quiet cul-de-sac leading to some meadows. The set of buildings is set back from the street and has a wall and gate as well as a metal fence to the front, a wooden fence on one side and a hedge on the other. Past the gate and the gravelled courtyard and up the few front door steps and you step into a central tiled landing with a solid wood staircase. When you are inside this type of house, the first things that come to mind are the feeling of space thanks to the sheer size of the rooms, their ceiling height (9 ft) and the generous amount of natural light coming through the large size windows. To the left of the landing the 172 ft2 kitchen with its tiled floor is typical of previously rented accommodation in that it is bare! Here is your main project. Thanks to its decent size, it can be used as a dining room for daily meals. At the back of the kitchen, there is a 48 ft2 larder and a 107 ft2 utility room with a window to the land at the back. Since the house currently has no back door, this could be the place to put one in. At the end of the central corridor, there are a separate toilet and a 592 ft2 tiled bathroom fitted with a shower, a double basin cabinet and a plumbed in towel rail. To the right of the landing, a 323 ft2 dining room / lounge with wooden wall panelling. Even though the original fireplace was removed when the central heating was put in, the chimney breast is still there, allowing for a log burner to be fitted if so wished. On the first floor, a large landing area with varnished parquet floors gives access to four good size bedrooms (143 ft2, 150 ft2, 172 ft2 and 178 ft2) with high ceilings (9 ft) and magnificent parquet floors too. A 54 ft2 tiled bathroom with a single basin cabinet, bathtub and toilet has been laid within an extension sitting on two columns at the back of the house. A 21 ½ ft2 (laundry?) room is located at the opposite end of the landing on the south side. Above, a 540 ft2 attic (7 ½ ft up to the cross beam) could be converted into two large extra rooms. For the moment, insulating wool has been rolled out over the attic floor. There is a semi-detached 646 ft2 barn in perfect condition next to the house with a room for the ten year old oil boiler and tank. You have yourself a nice open plan storage space here that you could organise the way you want. There is a second 1080 ft2 semi-detached barn next to the first barn. The walls are healthy and solid but part of the roof and frame are damaged and will need to be repaired. The house was completely renovated in 2006, as well as the roofs of the house and adjacent barn. The internal walls and the attic floor have been insulated. All of the windows have been changed to double glazed wooden windows. The electricity, plumbing and heating systems are all recent and up-to-date and the house is on mains drainage. The house is surrounded by a relatively flat and homogenous land of roughly 2/3 acre. A gate will allow for private parking on a gravelled area situated in front of the first barn. To the right of the house, part of the lawned garden is surrounded by a fence and a hedge. Beyond it you can enjoy an open view of the surrounding meadows. Only the front and side of the second barn are not fenced in. The garden at the back of the buildings has a fence separating it from the neighbour’s lawn. There is ample space there to create a nice vegetable plot, since there is also a useable well on the property. This house lies just under a mile from the village, which has an infant and primary school, restaurant, newsagents, two bakeries, post office, garage, butcher’s, corner shop. The supermarket in Châteauneuf la Forêt is a four mile drive. It takes 25 minutes to get to central Limoges and 35 minutes to the airport.

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Price: € 169.000,=

1930 house with 2 barns near a lively village

This solid and impressive stone character property with a 1615 ft2 living area has all that is needed for a family looking to relocate away from the city and seeking space and a peaceful setting. The dwelling was extended and renovated about 12 years ago into a permanent rental. If you add your personal touch to it, you will get back its soul and unique charm. The south facing house is located within a hamlet near a village. The access road in front of it is a quiet cul-de-sac leading to some meadows. The set of buildings is set back from the street and has a wall and gate as well as a metal fence to the front, a wooden fence on one side and a hedge on the other. Past the gate and the gravelled courtyard and up the few front door steps and you step into a central tiled landing with a solid wood staircase. When you are inside this type of house, the first things that come to mind are the feeling of space thanks to the sheer size of the rooms, their ceiling height (9 ft) and the generous amount of natural light coming through the large size windows. To the left of the landing the 172 ft2 kitchen with its tiled floor is typical of previously rented accommodation in that it is bare! Here is your main project. Thanks to its decent size, it can be used as a dining room for daily meals. At the back of the kitchen, there is a 48 ft2 larder and a 107 ft2 utility room with a window to the land at the back. Since the house currently has no back door, this could be the place to put one in. At the end of the central corridor, there are a separate toilet and a 592 ft2 tiled bathroom fitted with a shower, a double basin cabinet and a plumbed in towel rail. To the right of the landing, a 323 ft2 dining room / lounge with wooden wall panelling. Even though the original fireplace was removed when the central heating was put in, the chimney breast is still there, allowing for a log burner to be fitted if so wished. On the first floor, a large landing area with varnished parquet floors gives access to four good size bedrooms (143 ft2, 150 ft2, 172 ft2 and 178 ft2) with high ceilings (9 ft) and magnificent parquet floors too. A 54 ft2 tiled bathroom with a single basin cabinet, bathtub and toilet has been laid within an extension sitting on two columns at the back of the house. A 21 ½ ft2 (laundry?) room is located at the opposite end of the landing on the south side. Above, a 540 ft2 attic (7 ½ ft up to the cross beam) could be converted into two large extra rooms. For the moment, insulating wool has been rolled out over the attic floor. There is a semi-detached 646 ft2 barn in perfect condition next to the house with a room for the ten year old oil boiler and tank. You have yourself a nice open plan storage space here that you could organise the way you want. There is a second 1080 ft2 semi-detached barn next to the first barn. The walls are healthy and solid but part of the roof and frame are damaged and will need to be repaired. The house was completely renovated in 2006, as well as the roofs of the house and adjacent barn. The internal walls and the attic floor have been insulated. All of the windows have been changed to double glazed wooden windows. The electricity, plumbing and heating systems are all recent and up-to-date and the house is on mains drainage. The house is surrounded by a relatively flat and homogenous land of roughly 2/3 acre. A gate will allow for private parking on a gravelled area situated in front of the first barn. To the right of the house, part of the lawned garden is surrounded by a fence and a hedge. Beyond it you can enjoy an open view of the surrounding meadows. Only the front and side of the second barn are not fenced in. The garden at the back of the buildings has a fence separating it from the neighbour’s lawn. There is ample space there to create a nice vegetable plot, since there is also a useable well on the property. This house lies just under a mile from the village, which has an infant and primary school, restaurant, newsagents, two bakeries, post office, garage, butcher’s, corner shop. The supermarket in Châteauneuf la Forêt is a four mile drive. It takes 25 minutes to get to central Limoges and 35 minutes to the airport.

Details
Reference:
512
Place:
Linards
Distance to the villlage:
Approx. 0 km
Location:
In/near a village
Lot size:
Approx. 2.535 m²
Type:
Maison de campagne
Year of construction:
Between 1900 and 1950
Renovation:
In 2006
Surface area:
Approx. 150 m²
Number of rooms:
6
Number of bedrooms:
4
Sanitation:
Number of bathrooms : 1
Bathroom(s) with
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Sink
Separate toilet
Connections:
Water
Electricity
Telephone
Drainage system:
Mains drainage
Heating:
Central heating system on oil
Outbuildings:
Number of barns : 2
Various:
Well
Price:
€ 169.000,=
fees paid by the vendor
Energie
Consommation réele: 134 kWhEP/m2
Estimation des émissions: 40 kgeqCO2/m2

Linards


Linards has two fine bakeries, butcher, florist, post office, a garage, a restaurant and a bar-cafe. Every first Saturday of the month is on the square in front of the mairie a market. In August, the Artisanal Foire is organized, which attracts visitors from the surrounding area. There are regular markets or cultural activities. A large supermarket is in the nearby Châteauneuf la Forêt. The village of Limoges, approximately 25 minutes drive away, with its tourist attractions and large supermarkets is definitely worth a visit. Is also has an airport with regular flights to the UK.
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