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600ft2 Country house with stone outbuilding and almost 1 acre of Land

This cottage built in 1968 may not have the charm of old stones, but it is located in a gorgeous spot, with no immediate neighbours, set in the middle of its flat ground of almost an acre and it benefits from beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. It would make an ideal holiday home thanks to its quiet setting on the edge of a small hamlet. It is set back from the road, which only has very little traffic anyway. Although the house is habitable, its interior is original. The build and roof are in good condition. The house will need updating but as it is not big, the costs should remain under control. The current layout is on a single level, with an entrance, either via the 107ft2 south-facing kitchen or via the 200ft2 north-facing living room. From the kitchen, the central corridor allows access to a 34 ½ ft2 bathroom, a separate toilet and the living/dining room. Finally, two bedrooms each of approximately 110ft2, one with access to the corridor and the other to the living room. This layout can be easily altered and improved on because there isn’t any internal load bearing wall. The house is easy to heat. Heating is provided by a wood fuelled range in the kitchen. The gas boiler is about twenty years old, heats the rest of the house and is also in the kitchen, above the sink. The gas tank is located on the side of the house. The attic is not suitable for conversion due to the shape of the roof frame. The attic floor is insulated with glass wool and the exterior block walls are doubled with an interior brick wall. There are single-glazed wooden doors and windows throughout the property. There is a crawl space under the living room and one of the bedrooms, accessible from an outside door. A side iron double entrance gate gives access to the fully fenced in land. There are large chestnut trees in the front garden and several fruit trees in the back. There used to be an outdoor laundry sink that was fed from a neighbour’s underground spring, but it is no longer connected. There is a stone outbuilding immediately to the right of the gate. A 215ft2 single car garage / workshop with electricity. There is a wood shed behind it, part of the same building. Above the garage, a room is accessible via a door located in the shed, perfect for storage. There are old rabbit hutches next to the shed. The roof is made of corrugated iron, basic but rain-proof. Naturally, this property isn’t about luxury, but we are in a fantastic little spot, from which emerges a real feeling of serenity. The closest shops, primary school, sports facilities are 3 miles away. Drive for a quarter of an hour to get to the Supermarket. Limoges is a 45-minute drive away and Bellegarde International Airport is 55 minutes away.

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Price: € 55.000,=

600ft2 Country house with stone outbuilding and almost 1 acre of Land

This cottage built in 1968 may not have the charm of old stones, but it is located in a gorgeous spot, with no immediate neighbours, set in the middle of its flat ground of almost an acre and it benefits from beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. It would make an ideal holiday home thanks to its quiet setting on the edge of a small hamlet. It is set back from the road, which only has very little traffic anyway. Although the house is habitable, its interior is original. The build and roof are in good condition. The house will need updating but as it is not big, the costs should remain under control. The current layout is on a single level, with an entrance, either via the 107ft2 south-facing kitchen or via the 200ft2 north-facing living room. From the kitchen, the central corridor allows access to a 34 ½ ft2 bathroom, a separate toilet and the living/dining room. Finally, two bedrooms each of approximately 110ft2, one with access to the corridor and the other to the living room. This layout can be easily altered and improved on because there isn’t any internal load bearing wall. The house is easy to heat. Heating is provided by a wood fuelled range in the kitchen. The gas boiler is about twenty years old, heats the rest of the house and is also in the kitchen, above the sink. The gas tank is located on the side of the house. The attic is not suitable for conversion due to the shape of the roof frame. The attic floor is insulated with glass wool and the exterior block walls are doubled with an interior brick wall. There are single-glazed wooden doors and windows throughout the property. There is a crawl space under the living room and one of the bedrooms, accessible from an outside door. A side iron double entrance gate gives access to the fully fenced in land. There are large chestnut trees in the front garden and several fruit trees in the back. There used to be an outdoor laundry sink that was fed from a neighbour’s underground spring, but it is no longer connected. There is a stone outbuilding immediately to the right of the gate. A 215ft2 single car garage / workshop with electricity. There is a wood shed behind it, part of the same building. Above the garage, a room is accessible via a door located in the shed, perfect for storage. There are old rabbit hutches next to the shed. The roof is made of corrugated iron, basic but rain-proof. Naturally, this property isn’t about luxury, but we are in a fantastic little spot, from which emerges a real feeling of serenity. The closest shops, primary school, sports facilities are 3 miles away. Drive for a quarter of an hour to get to the Supermarket. Limoges is a 45-minute drive away and Bellegarde International Airport is 55 minutes away.

Details
Reference:
539
Place:
La Croisille sur Briance
Distance to the villlage:
Approx. 6 km
Location:
In/near a hamlet
Lot size:
Approx. 3.445 m²
Type:
Maison de campagne
Year of construction:
1968
Surface area:
Approx. 56 m²
Number of rooms:
4
Number of bedrooms:
2
Sanitation:
Number of bathrooms : 1
Bathroom(s) with
  • Shower
  • Sink
Separate toilet
Connections:
Water
Electricity
Telephone
Drainage system:
Septictank (not up to norms)
Heating:
Electric cooker
Central heating system on gaz
Outbuildings:
Garage
Hangar
Price:
€ 55.000,=
fees paid by the vendor
Energie
Consommation réele: 449 kWhEP/m2
Estimation des émissions: 123 kgeqCO2/m2

La Croisille sur Briance


La Croisille sur Briance is a village with a central square with a small supermarket, pharmacy, a restaurant and a bar/café. There is also a bakery a little further along. The village has a public tennis court. La Croisille sur Briance is well known for its large market, held every 18th of the month, which attracts many visitors around the area. On the outskirts of the village is a swimming lake with a beach of which a part is deposed for the little swimmers. A large supermarket and other amenities are to be found in Chateauneuf la Foret, which is at less than 10 minutes distance. The center of Limoges is to be reached within 35 minutes drive. The airport is at 50 minutes distance, with almost daily flights to the UK.
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