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Traditional stone farmhouse in a great spot

South-West facing 20th Century stone farmhouse that was extended and renovated in the Nineties in a peaceful but not isolated location. Perfectly habitable and enjoyable in its current state as a holiday house, still its liveable space can be extended further into the existing attic and adjoining barn. The main entrance is into the 250ft² living room with a fully renovated tiled over concrete block and beam floor, exposed ceiling beams, nice stone fireplace with a log burner inside it and a newly pointed stone wall. To the left of the living room, a door opens onto the rendered block extension comprising of a 100ft² bedroom with large windows. Then a 90ft² dated fitted kitchen with a secondary entrance door on the gable end. Behind it a 120ft² second bedroom with a tiled floor. Finally, a small landing just outside bedroom 2 to get to a separate toilet with a washbasin, the stairs to the cellar and a 65ft² bathroom fitted with a shower, bath, washbasin and a washing machine. It would be possible to more than double the size of the existing kitchen by removing the partition wall separating it from bedroom 1. The 430ft² attic above the original house has been prepared for conversion with under roof insulation and preinstalled roof windows. An access staircase still needs to be installed though since it is currently only accessible via the barn. The recent roofs of all the buildings (except for the adjoining hangar that has a tin roof) are tiled with natural slates. Nice adjoining 800ft² barn made up of a stable of 450ft² of floor space over two floors which could be a good extension of the living space if you knock through the living room wall to create an access. Coupled with the attic space, this would make up a decent 880ft² of extra liveable area. The adjoining hangar next to the barn will park your car away from the elements. Outside, there is a pretty and useable well to water your vegetable garden in front of the house. The large plot is bordered by some woodland at the back, a neat hedge with a metal double gate to the front and an unmaintained garden on the West side. Although there isn’t a real view from the front of the house, there is a luscious walnut tree that provides a natural screen and shade but there are great views to be had on the East side over the neighbouring meadows. The buildings are set in the middle of their own land that is almost 1 ½ acre.in total. Access to this unoverlooked property is via a dirt cul-de-sac that ends at a neighbour’s a little bit further down. Just get ready to be charmed by this place! The property is well located just a few minutes’ drive from the village that has local shops. There is a larger village around 15 minutes away that has a supermarket, swimming lake and a campsite. You are forty minutes from central Limoges and fifty minutes from its airport.

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Price: € 139.500,=

Traditional stone farmhouse in a great spot

South-West facing 20th Century stone farmhouse that was extended and renovated in the Nineties in a peaceful but not isolated location. Perfectly habitable and enjoyable in its current state as a holiday house, still its liveable space can be extended further into the existing attic and adjoining barn. The main entrance is into the 250ft² living room with a fully renovated tiled over concrete block and beam floor, exposed ceiling beams, nice stone fireplace with a log burner inside it and a newly pointed stone wall. To the left of the living room, a door opens onto the rendered block extension comprising of a 100ft² bedroom with large windows. Then a 90ft² dated fitted kitchen with a secondary entrance door on the gable end. Behind it a 120ft² second bedroom with a tiled floor. Finally, a small landing just outside bedroom 2 to get to a separate toilet with a washbasin, the stairs to the cellar and a 65ft² bathroom fitted with a shower, bath, washbasin and a washing machine. It would be possible to more than double the size of the existing kitchen by removing the partition wall separating it from bedroom 1. The 430ft² attic above the original house has been prepared for conversion with under roof insulation and preinstalled roof windows. An access staircase still needs to be installed though since it is currently only accessible via the barn. The recent roofs of all the buildings (except for the adjoining hangar that has a tin roof) are tiled with natural slates. Nice adjoining 800ft² barn made up of a stable of 450ft² of floor space over two floors which could be a good extension of the living space if you knock through the living room wall to create an access. Coupled with the attic space, this would make up a decent 880ft² of extra liveable area. The adjoining hangar next to the barn will park your car away from the elements. Outside, there is a pretty and useable well to water your vegetable garden in front of the house. The large plot is bordered by some woodland at the back, a neat hedge with a metal double gate to the front and an unmaintained garden on the West side. Although there isn’t a real view from the front of the house, there is a luscious walnut tree that provides a natural screen and shade but there are great views to be had on the East side over the neighbouring meadows. The buildings are set in the middle of their own land that is almost 1 ½ acre.in total. Access to this unoverlooked property is via a dirt cul-de-sac that ends at a neighbour’s a little bit further down. Just get ready to be charmed by this place! The property is well located just a few minutes’ drive from the village that has local shops. There is a larger village around 15 minutes away that has a supermarket, swimming lake and a campsite. You are forty minutes from central Limoges and fifty minutes from its airport.

Details
Reference:
589
Place:
La Croisille sur Briance
Distance to the villlage:
Approx. 3 km
Location:
In/near a hamlet
Lot size:
Approx. 5.878 m²
Type:
Maison de campagne
Year of construction:
Between 1900 and 1950
Surface area:
Approx. 70 m²
Number of rooms:
4
Number of bedrooms:
2
Sanitation:
Number of bathrooms : 1
Bathroom(s) with
  • Bath
  • Sink
  • Toilet
Connections:
Water
Electricity
Telephone
Drainage system:
Septictank (not up to norms)
Heating:
Woodburners
Electric radiators
Outbuildings:
Number of barns : 1
Hangar
Various:
Well
Price:
€ 139.500,=
fees paid by the vendor
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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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