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House in LOUDUN , Vienne , Poitou Charentes

€136,500 €135,450 (HAI)** £119,627**
Ref: 84135AKB86
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Not one but two houses a short walk from the centre of Loudun

Ali , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €135 450 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€129 000 without fees)

Reduction from €136,500 to €135,450
Ref 84135AKB86
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Dept Vienne
Surface 175 M2* Plot Size 527 M2
Bathroom 3 Bedrooms 3
  • 0-2KM to amenities
  • Town property
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Double glazing
  • Mains Drains
  • Private parking
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Good condition
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Offering the opportunity to create one large house or to have two separate units for an extended family or to rent separately, this property is situated just a short walk from the market town of Loudun. Read more ...

Entering the house currently used as the principle residence, you are immediately in the dining room (21.2m2) with window to the front. There is a fireplace, painted beams and laminate floor. Fireplace could be re-used. Continuing through the light, bright kitchen (21.5m2) which has exposed stone walls, painted beams, a Godin wood burner, free standing kitchen units, a doorway to the left takes you to a little passageway to the second house. Through the kitchen is the cosy living room (26.6m2) with tomettes, painted beams and a fireplace with woodburner. Windows look on to the garden and to the right is a door to the courtyard and barn. Returning to the dining room, a wooden staircase leads to first floor. Along a corridor, the first bedroom (17.3m2) is to the right with two windows to front, painted beams, fireplace and wooden floor. Down two steps is the ensuite bathroom with bath, sink and loo and window to rear. Back to corridor and to the left, you step down to an area (9.9m2) currently used as an office space with window over courtyard. Continuing through, the second bedroom (22m2) has an exposed stone wall, beams, a window with juliette balcony to the side and windows to the rear which are in the roof. From the office space, go up a couple of stairs and there is a large store cupboard in front of you and a shower room with shower, sink and toilet to your right.
Accessing the second property from the front, you step directly into the living room (23.7m2) which has a tiled floor, painted beams, fireplace and window to front. To the right is the kitchen (19.5m2) which has two windows to the front. A door at the rear takes you through to a downstairs toilet and utility space with doorway leading through to outside and access to the garden. Up the wooden staircase from the living room, you enter a bedroom (23.3m2) which has a large fireplace, large cupboard, painted tomette floor and painted beams. There is a double glazed window to the front. Through a door, there is a large store cupboard is to your right and ahead you step down to the shower room with shower, sink and toilet and window to front. To the left, a painted staircase leads to the second floor where there is another room (27.7m2) with exposed beams and painted floor which could be another bedroom. A path out of the second house and passed the principal residence leads you up to the private garden which is mainly laid to lawn. Down a couple of steps through the barn used for alfresco dining in summer and a wood store in winter, there is a courtyard, accessed from the main houses’ living room. The courtyard has a gate to the road providing space for parking, if required. There is also a building currently used for storage. Dating back to paleolithic times, the town of Loudun has had a varied and often checkered history. At the crossroads of three provinces: Poitou, Anjou and Touraine, it found itself at the very heart of many political and religious conflicts up to the 17th century.Today, The old medieval town strives to conserve its natural and architectural riches by restoring them and transforming them into cultural places such as the Collegiate Church of St. Croix. The “donjon”, an observation and defense post still stands on the hill on which the town was established with commanding views over the surrounding countryside. The town has bars, restaurants and all the other amenities you need, a twice-weekly market and cinema which shows original version movies every Thursday.

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