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House in ST YRIEIX LA PERCHE , Haute Vienne , Limousin

€514,000 £461,803**
Ref: 116955HS87
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Successful B&B, seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, outbuildings, swimming pool, hot tub, 8.5ha of land bordering the River Loue. Pond. Suitable for horses.

Helen and Mike , your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 504 501 594
Price €514 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Ref 116955HS87
Town ST YRIEIX LA PERCHE
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Dept Haute Vienne
Surface 400 M2* Plot Size 85330 M2
Bathroom 10 Bedrooms 7
Location
  • Isolated
Type
  • House
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • Country House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Features
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Business potential
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Double glazing
  • Garage
  • High speed internet
  • Outside hot tub
  • Private parking
  • Riverside
  • Suitable for horses
  • Swimming Pool
  • Woodburner(s)
Condition
  • Good condition
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The property is totally secluded, reached by a long drive, but only 5km to the local town of St Yrieix la Perche which has an excellent range of shops, bars and restaurants, train station and modern hospital. The current owners have carried out extensive renovations to the barn, which now provides five ensuite bedrooms, as well as additional shower rooms, workshops, and storage areas. The large saltwater swimming pool and hot tub overlook the river valley, as does the impressive terrace at the rear of the dining and breakfast room. Read more ...

Arriving at the property electric gates open onto a large gravelled parking area, complete with car port. Immediately in front is the main house, the owners’ accommodation. To the right of the house is a shaded BBQ area, along with the beautiful salt water swimming pool, 8m x 4m, paved terrace, solar shower, hot tub, and pump room. To the left of the main house is a large lawn, the impressive converted stone barn, an open hangar / workshop, another car port, and a small wooden chalet.

The accommodation consists of:

MAIN HOUSE – GROUND FLOOR

Lounge (38m²), tiled floor, stained glass window to rear, large fireplace with insert woodburner, exposed beams.
Kitchen (25m²), large range of wall and floor units, central island, range cooker, wood-burning pizza oven. Stairs to first floor. WC off the kitchen.
Guest dining room (70m²), windows extending the whole width of the room overlooking the valley and river below, double doors provide access to the large wooden terrace. There is a bar, as well as a separate entrance for guests. Woodburning stove.
Wooden terrace (40m²), lighting, lots of space for outdoor entertaining, a perfect space to watch the wildlife below.

MAIN HOUSE – BASEMENT

Cellar housing hot water tank. Gas boiler. Guest toilets, newly refurbished.

MAIN HOUSE – FIRST FLOOR

Large landing area, currently used as an office space.
Bedroom (21m²), velux windows.
Bathroom, with bath and washbasin. Separate WC.

BARN – GROUND FLOOR

Laundry (16m²)
Storerooms
Games room / guest lounge (54m²)
Two WCs and two showers
Drying room

BARN – FIRST FLOOR

Four bedrooms, (three at 15m², one at 13m²), all with en-suite shower rooms.
Family room (32m²), en-suite shower room.

Above the first floor a large loft space could be converted into additional rooms.

At the end of the barn various rooms are used either for storage, workshops, and a changing room.

A separate wooden chalet (12m²), en-suite shower and WC, provides additional family accommodation.

The current owners have run a successful B&B for motorbikers for the last five years, but it could be a perfect property for other niche markets such as cyclists, mountain bikers, yoga retreats, or workshop holidays. The land is approximately divided as 1/3 pastureland, 1/3 potential pastureland (currently used for motorbike trails), and 1/3 woodland. Considerable work has been carried out on the land to improve the drainage and clear some of the undergrowth, with some being deliberately left for wildlife.

This is a very special property, with lots of history. Much of the work has already been done, but with lots of potential remaining. It would be difficult to find a more tranquil setting.

Limoges Airport 56km



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