Located in a great spot for a Guesthouse and for enjoying the surrounding countryside, this property offers an old house with about 1600ft2 of convertible space with stables, a bread oven and a recently changed roof, a large 860ft2 barn in good condition, a solidly built 1950´s house with a new roof and flat land with a lawned courtyard and an orchard.
The property lies on the edge of the circular hamlet road on the east side. It is bordered by its own land on two sides and benefits from great country views towards the south.
It is separated from its closest neighbour by a small path leading to the grazing fields.
The main house sits over a full basement The main floor is about 970 ft2 and is situated on the house’s middle level. It is ready to move into, whereas the top level needs finishing up. An external stone staircase with a metallic railing leads up to the entrance door and wood floored central landing. It has a separate toilet under the stairs going up to the top floor. To the left of the landing, a 130ft2 rustic styled kitchen with wooden cabinets, an bricked open fireplace, a 166ft2 lounge-diner with a fireplace, French doors and wood floors. To the right, an 124ft2 office or bedroom 1 with wood floors and panelled walls, a family bathroom with a shower, a pedestal washbasin and storage cabinets and finally the 107ft2 bedroom 2.
On the second floor, the central landing has doors to a further two 130ft2 each bedrooms, which walls need a new coat of paint and to a large 380ft2 room which is used as an artist’s studio and that needs decorating.
At garden level comprising of a utility room, larder, workshop and a 430ft2 garage accessible from the road via a private stone paved driveway.
There is a large barn of more than 1700 ft2 of floor space. In addition, there is the former bread oven house (860 ft2) that can become a nice annex, where the original details such as beams and stone walls can be preserved. The roof of this house has already been renewed.
There is a big 1 1/3 acre orchard with large mature trees such as Chestnut and Walnut and a vast choice of fruit trees, of which cherry trees, apple and pear trees.
The closest shops are located 2 ½ miles away in Saint Germain les Belles, the supermarket can be reached 7 miles down the road in Magnac Bourg. Limoges is a 30 minute journey in the car with the motorway junction at just under 10 minutes.