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€82 500 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 10 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€75 000 without fees)
Reduction from €141,700 to €82,500
|Surface||130 M2*||Plot Size||623 M2|
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A real old French house in the centre of this picturesque village, fully insulated and double glazed but retaining wonderful flagstone and tommette floors and heated by a wood burning stove and electric radiators in the bedrooms. There is a superb barn beside the house, a bread oven and lots of attached outside space. Don't wait to view this one. Read more ...
Lots of space and the main reception rooms are large and have a great 'old French' feel about them. There are three good sized double bedrooms and a bathroom with a separate loo. The accommodation is all on one floor, with the lower floor being a cellar. There is double glazing and internet will be accessible, although the current owners do not have it.
Apart from the large barn, two rooms of cellar (the house is built on the side of the hill, so only about half the house has a lower ground floor), there is a bread oven and a garden with a watercress bed. There is also a courtyard at the front of the house - lots of space to sit out and soak up the sun and the culture and plenty of room in the garden for a vegetable plot.
Queaux is a delightful village set on the side of the hill on the banks of the river Vienne. This house is right in the heart of this popular village, you can walk down to the river where there is a beach for swimming and a campsite. The village itself has a bakery, a butcher, a lovely restaurant which is famous for delicious seafood served outside on the terrace from June to September, a 'Maison de l'Art et du Terroir' which is a sort of gallery for local artists, a hairdresser and a petrol station and wonderful rural shop which sells animal feed and plants as well as equipment and bits and bobs for the garden. There is a lot to do in the area, apart from the opportunities offered by the river Vienne which include canoeing, fishing and lovely riverside walks; there are many local markets, restaurants, châteaux and gardens to visit in the vicinity. Just 10 minutes by car will bring you to the market town of L’Isle Jourdain which besides its breathtaking viaduct over the river Vienne also has schools, water sports, swimming pool and tennis courts and all the shopping facilities you will need on a daily basis. If you are feeling daring you can do a bungee jump off the viaduct, or if not, you could just watch! The medieval market town of Chauvigny is about 20 minutes drive away, where you can explore the castle, ride on the velo-rail and watch the famous ‘Geants du Ciel’, the huge birds of prey who perform for you. Futuroscope is about 40 minutes by car and monkey valley at Romagne, snake island at La Trimouille and the crocodile house at Civaux are all within an easy drive. 40 minutes from Poitiers airport, TGV railway station (90 minutes to Paris) and Futuroscope; 45 minutes from Limoges airport. Nearby, the towns of L'Isle Jourdain and Lussac les Châteaux are both 12 kilometres away, both lovely market towns offering all amenities, while Montmorillon is only 25 kilometres away. Infrastructure is excellent with Poitiers airport only 50 km away and Limoges airport 80 km away and excellent roads if you prefer to drive down from the ferry ports.
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