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|Price|| €81 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 8 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€75 000 without fees)
Reduction from €104,500 to €81,000
|Town||NUEIL SOUS FAYE||Dept||Vienne|
|Surface||80 M2*||Plot Size||795 M2|
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Recently renovated, this pretty 2 bedroom cottage offers plenty of potential. It has a spacious garden (walled all round) ideal for a family, and some charming outbuildings that could easily be renovated into a gite or extra accommodation for family and friends. Private parking. And if developing a house with additional income potential floats your boat, the cottage next door is also for sale and could be a long term rental, a gite, or the two could be linked via the rear garden.
Charming west facing cottage with plenty of scope for adding value.
Private driveway. Entry past front garden through the main door into a spacious hall (14m2) with a wooden staircase and under-stairs WC and basin.
Ground floor sitting/dining room with recently renovated stone chimney breast and exposed wooden beams. The flooring throughout the ground floor is smart pale tiles. Double door from sitting room into the rear garden.
Doorway from sitting room into kitchen: 5.6m length with narrowing width (2.6m at mid point). Fully fitted kitchen - could easily be modernized - with space for all essential appliances (laundry, dishwasher, fridge freezer) and space for a small table. Window to road, door to front garden.
Upstairs, there are two bedrooms 10m2 and 18m2 both comfortable doubles with windows and wooden floors, the larger bedroom also has a stone chimney breast. There is also a functional modern shower room (shower cabinet, wc and basin) with window to garden.
Double gazing throughout. Boiler installed 2005. Heating and hot water use gas - currently bottled with a reserve tank in the front garden but the municipalité now has mains gas so the tank could easily be removed. Mains drainage.
Outside we find a large grassy garden with a mature tree, a covered 'summer dining' area with chimney and electricity point. In the caves are a wine cellar and wood store. There is a double height building with potential for conversion into accommodation appx 30m2 and 2 levels, with stone chimney breast and wooden beams. There is a second building, in poorer condition, a plan to bring it down and replace with a garage (potential main entrance from the road) has outline permission.
The location of the property is in the centre of a small village, but nearby to Richelieu and Loudun. For holiday home access, Poitiers Airport and TGV Station are less than an hour away providing regular access to the UK either direct by air, or by train via Paris.
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The Vienne was formed in 1790 from parts of the historical regions of Poitou, Berry and Touraine. The department tends to slope downwards from the north to the south with the highest point reaching 764 ft and the lowest point being 115ft at the confluence of the River Creuse and the River Charente. The department gets its name from the River Vienne, which flows straight down the centre.
Poitiers is the departmental and regional capital and boasts France's oldest Christian building, the Saint Jean baptistery, constructed back in the fourth century. The town has some fine examples of Romanesque architecture, is a pleasant small city, and visitors will find a relaxed atmosphere, especially compared to Paris. IT is home to around 90,000 people including many students thanks to the popular university. Poitiers is also a good base to visit nearby towns and cities. A lot of retirees move to the city and its' environs, attracted by its warm climate (snow is rare).
North of Poitiers is Futuroscope, France's scientific theme park, created by the Vienne departmental council. Further north still is Chatellerault, a charming town with tree-lined avenues and the imposing Henry IV bridge, built some four centuries ago which crosses the River Vienne.
Montmorillon is a small town with only 7,500 inhabitants, and book publishing is the town's speciality and a book fair is held here every June. The nearby Vienne River offers kayaking and fishing amongst many other activities. Away from the river, the gentle countryside provides an ideal location for horse riding and walking.
Ryanair flies direct to both Limoges and Poitiers. If you'd rather go by land then take France's super fast TGV train service, which stops off in Poitiers. To get there by car, take the A10 from Paris.