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€80 000 (FAI)**
|Town||COUSSAC BONNEVAL||Dept||Haute Vienne|
|Surface||61 M2*||Plot Size||74 M2|
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A very well presented property providing either a superb holiday home with good rental potential, or a permanent residence in this lively château village.
The house sits within the centre of this popular village, where you can find all the amenities and services for your day to day needs, and an abundance of summer festivals, markets and activities.
Steps lead you up to the front door behind which is the 15m² lounge with wood burner, stone tiled floor, and built in cupboards.
The fully functional kitchen has a raised area for a small breakfast table, is nicely finished and leads you out to the private rear courtyard which is a real sun trap, excellent for dining al fresco.
In the cellar there is a vaulted ceiling.
On the first floor is the bathroom with WC, bath and shower and a bedroom of 12m² which has its own ensuite shower room and WC.
Another bedroom of approx 15m² is situated in the former attic space, with wooden floor, exposed beams and velux windows giving lovely views over the village rooftops.
This is a lovely property and for those who are not keen gardeners a wonderful base without having to mow the grass.
Location : The property is in the village of Coussac Bonneval. St Yrieix la Perche, only 11km away, is a thriving town with all amenities including supermarkets, shops, bars, restaurants, banks, post office, a modern hospital with A&E facilities, cinema, theatre, art galleries, museum and a medieval quarter including 12th century church. And then Limoges International Airport is approx 60km away.
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The Haute-Vienne is still a largely agricultural department located in central France. It is divided into two by the Vienne River, which runs from east to west. In the middle it splits into another river, the Isle, which runs into the bordering department of the Dordogne. The principal industry is porcelain, most of which is manufactured in the departmental capital, Limoges.
The department has a number of natural and man-made lakes, such as the Lac de Vassivière and the Lac de St Mathieu, many of which come complete with beaches, fishing, boating and watersports.
Limoges has produced fine enamel work since the 12th century, and still exports a large number of exquisite luxury goods. It has a lively university and thriving nightlife, as well as an attractive city centre with major shops as well as winding narrow lanes with boutiques and cafés.
Other places of note are Bellac, a small town with just 5,000 inhabitants, which is close to the Lac de St Pardoux, as well as Rochechouart with its magnificent chateau built out of meteoric rock!
Limoges-Bellegard airport, 5 minutes to the West of Limoges, as direct flights to and from the UK, and has had significant investment to cope with passenger numbers. It is also possible to go by TGV to Paris and then onwards to the UK or other European destinations.
As the most accessible department within the Limousin prices in the Haute Vienne are slightly more expensive than the Creuse or the Correze, but bargains can still be found.