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Farmhouse and Cottage with Outbuildings and Nearly 7 ½ Acres

This south-facing property has a set of 4 adjoining buildings, consisting of two houses with two barns and various outbuildings located on the end of a hamlet with a beautiful view of the countryside. The old house needs to be completely renovated to turn it into a Guesthouse for the tourists or just for friends and the second house has to be updated. There are no immediate neighbours and the property’s location is beautiful and very quiet. And of course, the land is ideal for creating a small activity, be it touristic or agricultural, or both! The old house is partly laid over a cellar and is on one level. The main entrance is via a small staircase directly onto the 126ft² kitchen with a chimney and wood range cooker. To the right of it, a 118 ½ ft² bedroom. Behind it, a 43ft² storage room. To the left of the kitchen, a 37 ½ ft² bathroom with a WC, a washbasin and a shower. Finally, a 148 ½ ft² living room-diner. The attic above is not convertible. The roof is in good condition having partly been recently renovated. The house’s old charm still present outside must be found again inside. The second larger house is laid over a full-size basement on garden level that is accessible through a double door situated in the outer gable wall. The living space on the first floor is accessed via an external solid staircase with a double-glazed porch. The central entrance landing has an independent fitted 94 2/3 ft² kitchen to its right. To its left, the 301ft² tiled living room with a built-in fireplace. There is a door to the right leading to the 120 ½ ft² master bedroom with a 21 ½ ft² adjoining bathroom, fitted with a washbasin and a shower. Separate toilet right behind. Access to the second floor in the attic is gained via a staircase in the entrance landing. There is a 161ft² guest bedroom in the middle of this floor with splendid views over your own land and beyond. This room is surrounded by three different lofts spaces of 64 ½ ft², 64 ½ ft² and 290 ½ ft² respectively. The basement consists of a pantry, a utility room and a cellar. The roof is okay, there is double glazing, though the electricity and interior decoration need an update, as well as the septic tank. The adjoining land around the buildings is 6 1/5 acres and there is an entrance gate to the property. The outbuildings are made up of a well, a stone bread oven and shed, two barns of 485ft² and 603ft² of floor space as well as several other tin built outbuildings, vestiges of the property’s agricultural past, but all these temporary buildings can be taken down. There are a few mature trees in the courtyard, which provide welcome shade during warmer periods. The separate land, which is almost an acre in size, is separated from the rest of the property by a small public dust road and includes a vegetable garden and an orchard which needs to be remeasured by a land surveyor as it is part of a larger plot of cultivated fir that can be bought separately. This property is located in Meuzac, just a few minutes from the shops, school and about thirty minutes’ drive from Limoges.

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Price: € 119.000,=

Farmhouse and Cottage with Outbuildings and Nearly 7 ½ Acres

This south-facing property has a set of 4 adjoining buildings, consisting of two houses with two barns and various outbuildings located on the end of a hamlet with a beautiful view of the countryside. The old house needs to be completely renovated to turn it into a Guesthouse for the tourists or just for friends and the second house has to be updated. There are no immediate neighbours and the property’s location is beautiful and very quiet. And of course, the land is ideal for creating a small activity, be it touristic or agricultural, or both! The old house is partly laid over a cellar and is on one level. The main entrance is via a small staircase directly onto the 126ft² kitchen with a chimney and wood range cooker. To the right of it, a 118 ½ ft² bedroom. Behind it, a 43ft² storage room. To the left of the kitchen, a 37 ½ ft² bathroom with a WC, a washbasin and a shower. Finally, a 148 ½ ft² living room-diner. The attic above is not convertible. The roof is in good condition having partly been recently renovated. The house’s old charm still present outside must be found again inside. The second larger house is laid over a full-size basement on garden level that is accessible through a double door situated in the outer gable wall. The living space on the first floor is accessed via an external solid staircase with a double-glazed porch. The central entrance landing has an independent fitted 94 2/3 ft² kitchen to its right. To its left, the 301ft² tiled living room with a built-in fireplace. There is a door to the right leading to the 120 ½ ft² master bedroom with a 21 ½ ft² adjoining bathroom, fitted with a washbasin and a shower. Separate toilet right behind. Access to the second floor in the attic is gained via a staircase in the entrance landing. There is a 161ft² guest bedroom in the middle of this floor with splendid views over your own land and beyond. This room is surrounded by three different lofts spaces of 64 ½ ft², 64 ½ ft² and 290 ½ ft² respectively. The basement consists of a pantry, a utility room and a cellar. The roof is okay, there is double glazing, though the electricity and interior decoration need an update, as well as the septic tank. The adjoining land around the buildings is 6 1/5 acres and there is an entrance gate to the property. The outbuildings are made up of a well, a stone bread oven and shed, two barns of 485ft² and 603ft² of floor space as well as several other tin built outbuildings, vestiges of the property’s agricultural past, but all these temporary buildings can be taken down. There are a few mature trees in the courtyard, which provide welcome shade during warmer periods. The separate land, which is almost an acre in size, is separated from the rest of the property by a small public dust road and includes a vegetable garden and an orchard which needs to be remeasured by a land surveyor as it is part of a larger plot of cultivated fir that can be bought separately. This property is located in Meuzac, just a few minutes from the shops, school and about thirty minutes’ drive from Limoges.

Details
Reference:
573
Place:
Meuzac
Location:
In/near a hamlet
Lot size:
Approx. 28.610 m²
Type:
Fermette
Year of construction:
Between 1900 and 1950
Surface area:
Approx. 65 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:
Built-in fireplace
Outbuildings:
Number of barns : 1
Shed
Hangar
Guest house
Various:
Well
Bread oven
Price:
€ 119.000,=
fees paid by the vendor
Energie

Meuzac


Meuzac is an elongated village with a cute atmosphere. It offers a small supermarket, bar/restaurant, campingsite and two lakes. One is meant as swimming lake with a sandy beach, the other lake is used for water sports as water ski. A small shop, bakery, butcher and a doctor and pharmacie are approximately 5 kilometers away in the village of Masseret. But you can also visit the nearby village of Lubersac or Uzerche that has several big supermarkets. Limoges-center is at 35 minutes drive. The airport is to be reached within 50 minutes drive.
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