House in ST SYMPHORIEN SUR COUZE , Haute Vienne , Limousin

€88,000 €51,000 (HAI)** £43,094**
Ref: 63696JWO87
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Reduction from €88,000 to €51,000
Pretty chocolate box cottage in quiet village – Barn and garden with a view.

Jacqui Wood , your local Leggett agent, says :

Price €51 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 13 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€45 000 without fees)

Reduction from €88,000 to €51,000
Ref 63696JWO87
Town ST SYMPHORIEN SUR COUZE
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Dept Haute Vienne
Surface 102 M2* Plot Size 600 M2
Bathroom 1 Bedrooms 3
Location
  • 50km or less to airport
  • Village property
Type
  • House
  • Family Home
  • Holiday Home
Features
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Character property
  • Woodburner(s)
Condition
  • Good condition
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AVAILABLE AGAIN: This lovely little cottage makes the perfect holiday home with space to create further accommodation if required. Sitting in a quiet village, in the middle of the stunning Limousin countryside, it is the perfect base for walking cycling and exploring. The nearby Saint Pardoux leisure lake (just 5kms away) has 3 beaches for swimming, boat hire and fishing. There is also a waterski school, a sailing school and the newly opened indoor/outdoor swimming pool. A tree-top adventure playground, overlooking the lake, and a restaurant, complete the picture. Saint Pardoux village also provides a bar/restaurant, boulangerie and a post office with small epicerie. The property benefits from a renovated roof, electric radiators in all the rooms and a wood-burner in the lounge. Outside, there is a barn, and a pretty garden, which overlooks the countryside. Read more ...

Price Negotiable: The property is semi-detached and shares a large courtyard drive way and parking area with its neighbour. There is a small area in front of the house, which is fenced off and ideal for setting out a small table and chairs, ready to enjoy a glass of wine before dinner, on long summer evenings.

The front door leads into the lounge (20m²), which has a large double glazed window, allowing in lots of light. It has a wood burner and the wooden staircase leading to the first floor. Through the lounge and at the back of the house, there’s the kitchen /diner (19.5m²), which has been tastefully renovated and has fully fitted base and wall units. Again a large window allows in light, giving the room a bright and airy feel.

On the first floor, there’s a small corridor and leading off from this are 2 bedrooms (15m² & 12m²) and a shower room (3.5m²) The bedrooms are carpeted and each has an electric heater fitted to the wall.

An original wooden staircase leads from the corridor up to the third floor. This is a converted attic space with wooden floor, velux windows and small windows in the walls, so again a very light room. It has full headroom and could easily be converted into 2 smaller bedrooms and maybe a shower room or a large bedroom with ensuite bathroom. At the moment, the current owners have left it as one large room (36m²)

Most of the furniture and white goods in the kitchen will be included in the price of the house.

Outside:

The garden is attached to the property, though just a few steps away from the house on the other side of a barn. Before reaching the garden, there is a small outbuilding, ideal for wood storage or garden tools and attached to this is a covered area, which could be used as a carport.

A gate leads through, and then the garden opens up in front of you. It is largely a grassy area with pear and apple trees and a couple of vegetable plots. The garden is enclosed, but the view stretches across the surrounding countryside. At the side there is a good sized barn, currently used for storage, but which could be converted into another house.

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