€323 300 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 6 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€305 000 without fees)
Reduction from €328,600 to €323,300
|Surface||190 M2*||Plot Size||2762 M2|
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This detached house (formerly two dwellings) has been so well designed to retain original features, yet with contemporary styling. Local artisans have carried out all works to the highest specification, resulting in a beautiful property with in-ground pool and manageable gardens. 4 bedrooms one of which is downstairs with en-suite.
Entering the gardens via double gates, this house has to be seen to appreciate the quality of the workmanship therein. Surrounded on three sides by gardens with
10 x 5m pool, the house comprises:
Kitchen with contemporary style units in this light and spacious room 3.8 x 6m
Dining room/snug 5 x 5m with enamel log burner and tiled floor. Stone stairs to first floor
Bedroom 1 4.6 x 3.2 m with ensuite bathroom with bath
Lounge 6 x 5.6 m with underfloor heating and attractive stone walls
Oak staircase to first floor
Bedroom 2 4.4 x 6m, view over pool
bedroom 3 6 x 3.5m
Bedroom 4 from the stone staircase: 4.7 x 4.6m
Ensuite to above with massage shower unit
Attached barn 6 x 5 m
Hangar 6.1 x 4.4m
10 x 5m pool with terrace around, in a private area
The entire house has been renovated with the highest quality fixtures and fittings
This bustling and popular town has a market twice a week selling local produce. There is also a new leisure centre with two heated swimming pools (one outdoor) and lovely walks and picnic areas down by the river that winds its way through the centre of the town. Restaurants and small family-run cinema nearby. Transport links are second-to-none being approximately 50 km(31 MILES) drive from historical Poitiers and its airport. Poitiers train station has high-speed links to Paris (1h 40 minutes, for onward direct links to London and the rest of Europe), Bordeaux, Angouleme and La Rochelle. Limoges airport is just over 95 km (59 miles) away with several ferry ports also within easy reach.
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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.