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€109 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 9 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€100 000 without fees)
Reduction from €162,000to€109,000
|Surface||150 M2*||Plot Size||262 M2|
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A very attractive three bedroomed house with two kitchens, two bathrooms, two sitting rooms, a utility room and a large garden with sheds nicely positioned in the town of Le Blanc within walking distance to all amenities and shops, ready to drop your bags and start a new life in France.
This house is very neatly situated in the town of Le Blanc within walking distance to all the shops, restaurants, bars and local amenities close by.
The house was originally intended to be adapted so that a mother and son could live in the house together with each to their own living space, hence their need for two kitchen areas and two bathrooms. This house could easily be reconfigured so that it could in fact become a four bedroomed house. A huge amount of work has already been done and there is just some finishing off to do. It has already been fitted out with a wonderful new bathroom downstairs and they have retained as much of the original features of the house as possible, i.e. revealed stonework and nooks in the walls that lend it charm.
Although you could say it is partially renovated it is in fact almost completed. There is just enough to do for the new owners to make it their own.
To the rear of the property is an large garden which has plenty of space for a garage to be built into it at the end if so desired.
Le Blanc has two large markets a week, has many hyper markets to choose from, schools and activities through the summer. It is also about an hour from Poitiers airport and train station, and there is the Futuroscope just a little further north.
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