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Land in Saint-Barbant , Haute-Vienne , Limousin

Ref: 59676CW87
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Old stone building with current planning permission (CU and Permis de Construire) in the Haute Vienne


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Kevin COLE, your local Leggett agent, says :

Siret number: 828823609
Ref 59676CW87
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Dept Haute-Vienne
Surface 0 M2* Plot Size 1685 M2
Bathroom 0 Bedrooms 0
  • Hamlet property
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Land
  • Land with CU
  • To be renovated
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Land and an old stone, cottage, with an up to date CU to transform it into a delightful small house and manageable garden.
The cottage is 5.33m wide x 4.663m deep and ground floor is 2.17m high. There is a roof space of the same size, although height is unmeasured. Read more ...

Set in the most exquisite pastoral landscape, but within easy reach of the charming towns of St Martial sur Isop and St Barbant, and not far from St Junien and Bellac, both of which have shops. restaurants and all amenities, this plot of land offers scope for a delightful small house. It would be perfect for a couple, or as a holiday home. It is not completely isolated, being in a small enclave with the old farm and several other cottages, but very peaceful. The approach along an avenue lined with mature trees gives glimpses of several beautiful manor houses, lush fields and old woods.
The stone house still boasts its old Charentais fireplace, but is not habitable as it is. On the other hand the CU provides for the roof to be raised to allow for proper headroom above the original house, and for a sizeable extension at the rear. In the light of imminent changes to the rules governing the granting of CUs, this is a bargain to be seriously considered if you wish to build your own dream house in France!
The plot of land allows for a garden big enough to enjoy, or to play in, but not too large to leave. If, however, you wished for more land, the owner of the adjoining field has indicated that he would consider selling it to the new owner.

The Permis de construire is dated December 2014: this includes permission for the fosse septique, electricity and telephone to be installed, and the obligatory Natural Risks survey.
All that is needed is a good builder and you!

DPE : Energy test not required.