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If you are looking for plenty of space in a pretty Parc de la Brenne town with shops and the river Creuse at walking distance, this property is a must-see! A stylish original 60s house in Saint-Gaultier with original features including wooden step staircase, solid oak floors, cast iron radiators, sliding wooden garage doors and generous rear balcony. There's also a good-sized garden with terrace area to the rear of the house, a well with pump and a larger area beyond with fruit trees, perfect for growing your own vegetables. The house sits on a quiet residential road with very little passing traffic. The centre of town is 3 minutes' walk, as is the market square where a weekly Friday market of local producers takes place. Read more ...
Entering through the front door, the entrance hallway features doors to the garage, cellar and staircase to the first floor. Off the corridor is the kitchen with french windows to the garden terrace, a dining room/lounge with fireplace with French windows which is the width of the property; a toilet and a study or downstairs bedroom. On the first floor there are four spacious bedrooms with oak floors and original radiators, a bathroom, separate shower room and laundry room with sink. One bedroom shares the rear balcony with the laundry room. Up the stairs to the attic, a large space with velux windows that could easily convert into a study, den or very large bedroom. In th cellar there's the central heating boiler and plenty of storage space.
Saint-Gaultier is an ancient town on the Creuse situated within a regional nature park that this renowned for it's wildlife and outdoor activities on the park's 4000+ lakes. With everything from cycling weekends, hikes, canoeing, paddle boarding, local swimming lakes and wildlife observatories there is a year-round programme of sporting and nature-based activities available. Local specialities include goat's cheese from Pouligny-Saint-Pierre and Neuillay les bois as well as the Lentilles du Berry and delicious local honey. The town has a supermarket, banks, bars/cafes, restaurant, bakeries and specialist shops including a guitar shop. There is a weekly market and larger retail available at Chateauroux, the capital city of Indre which is 20 minutes away.
Transport links are very good, with the A20 an easy 10 minute drive away and the TGD to Paris and down to the south from Argenton-sur-Creuse, 15 minutes away. Local and international flights available at Limoges, Tours and Poitiers airports
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