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€77 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 10 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€70 000 without fees)
|Surface||110 M2*||Plot Size||1074 M2|
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Set in a quiet village in Cantal, this house was renovated to give five bedrooms and lounge area with shower-room / WC but was never used and has all new fixtures and fittings. It is set on 1074m2 of land, so has a good-sized garden.
There is a garage / large room that is still to be converted that would make a great owner's apartment or guest facility room. The building is enhanced by double glazing, separate electric heating and new shower facilities.
It has views of the Orgues (volcanic rock cliffs) and is close to the river that flows off Puy Mary.
Converted approximately five years ago, this gite property is attached to the campsite in the village and would create a great gite and camping complex.
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Unknown to many, except the French nationals, the Cantal is a hidden gem, in the middle of France, with fresh mountain air and un-spoilt landscape. In the Massif Central mountains, the volcanic landscape of the Cantal has created an all year round adventurous activity location, from winter skiing, mountain walks, cycling and climbing. Water sports on the many lakes and rivers including, sailing, swimming, paddle-boarding and fishing in the numerous rivers including the Dordogne river. Cycling whether on or off road, there are choices from famous Le Tour routes over mountain passes, Puy Mary, or the forest trails and mountain descents such as Le Lioran. Cantal is a massive adventure playground, or for a more relaxing stroll around a local lake or park.
Amongst the extinct volcanoes in the Auvergne countryside with peaceful villages, medieval towns and larger cities, they all provide opportunity to sample local cuisine, where the food has come straight from the local farmers and the surrounding land. The local historical places to visit, such as Saint Flour, with its Gothic catherdral and to the south Gustave Eiffel’s magnificent Garabit viaduct, traversing the steep valley of the Truyere river. The ancient village of Salers, one of Frances most beautiful villages, offers practical displays of the countryside, from milking the cows to creation of bespoke knifes. To the south of Cantal the capital of Cantal is found, with festivals and eating out establishments is also the famous for the production of umbrellas, which adorn the streets.
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DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".