Pretty stone built farmhouse to refresh, hamlet location near Jumilhac le Grand, 3 bedrooms, convertible attic, courtyard, garden with beautiful views
This house was built in 1850 and has plenty of character: beams, fireplace, wooden floors and original stone walls. There is a large garden where you can admire the beautiful countryside. The house needs to be refreshed but can be a wonderful holiday home or even a great family home.
As you drive up to the property the house is slightly elevated. You can park up to three cars on the graveled courtyard.
This lovely traditional farmhouse has different levels, it comprises on the ground floor:
– a big cellar (22 m2) with access from the courtyard
– a spacious kitchen (27 m2), fully fitted, with French doors opening onto the courtyard
A few steps up lead you to:
– a living room (28 m2) with original fireplace, wood burning stove and door leading to the courtyard.
From the living room a few steps lead you to:
– a bedroom (25m2) that could also be a formal dining room or office
– another bedroom (18 m2)
– a landing (6 m2) of which is the bathroom (4 m2) with bath, hand basin and toilet
From the landing stairs are leading to the top floor comprising:
– a bedroom (15 m2) with velux window
– a convertible attic (36 m2)
This house is heated by means of the wood burning stove in the living room. The septic tank needs to be replaced.
The courtyard, a small piggery and the garden are situated at the front. The garden has beautiful views and is easy to maintain: lawn and many mature trees and shrubs.
There is an open hangar (90 m2) that is currently used as carport.
This property is located near Jumilhac le Grand (5 km), a lovely chateau-village which has all every-day amenities, including boulangerie, boucherie, convenience store, bank, post office, doctor, dentist, hairdresser, café, bar and restaurant, is only 6 km away. There is also a farmer’s market every Sunday morning during July and August and numerous events throughout the year, including vide greniers and plant fairs.
Thiviers, is a larger town with 14 km away and has supermarkets, shops, banks, schools and a railway station.
St. Yrieix la Perche, the other larger town in the area and about 18 km away, has supermarkets, shops, banks, train station, cinema, theatre, schools and modern hospital with A&E facilities.
A train can be taken from St. Yrieix-la Perche and Thiviers to Limoges, and then on to Paris, or to Perigueux and then on to Bordeaux.
Limoges airport is 58 km by road, Bergerac airport 97 km by road, with their budget airline links, making it easy to pop over for even a short break.