€91 300 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 10 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€83 000 without fees)
Reduction from €97,900 to €91,300
|Surface||70 M2*||Plot Size||1208 M2|
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An attractive, comfortable sixties house in a prime position next to the river Creuse and with Le Blanc's shops and market a short walk away. With its own garden on all sides, entrance gates and a garage this house enjoys lovely views but retains its privacy. Currently the property comprises a habitable first floor of four rooms, and a ground floor of two large rooms plus WC which have been stripped ready for renovation. Structurally the property is in good condition with a recent roof, double glazing, electric shutters and an alarm system. The garden is fenced with hedges on several sides and exterior taps front and back for watering. There are terraces to the front and rear. Ground floor: sitting room 23m2, kitchen 23m2, WC/sink 1.4m2, garage 26m2; doors to rear terrace from kitchen and garage. 1st floor: external stairs to entrance hall 4.3m2, kitchen 9m2, sitting room 12m2, bathroom 5.5m2, WC 1.2m2. Read more ...
Please note the habitable surface measurement does not include the ground floor rooms.
Previously divided into two apartments, the ground floor of the house has been prepared ready to re-unite with the first floor and create a generous modern home once more. Of the two large rooms on the ground floor, the kitchen has a door to the rear terrace, and the sitting room has a tiled floor and attractive French doors leading to the front terrace. The work required includes installing an internal staircase, central heating, updating the electrical installation and decoration. Currently the property has a septic tank although a connection to the town sewerage system does exist for the property and this can be connected for a modest cost.
Le Blanc is a gateway town in the Regional Nature Park, the Parc de la Brenne, noted for its wildlife, 4000 lakes an ponds and a year-round programme of outdoor sports and cultural activities. The town hosts a local producers market twice weekly and has a good range of supermarkets and independent retailers. There are two swimming pools and several sports grounds. The higher old town can be seen across on the south bank of the Creuse and includes the Château Naillac which houses the Brenne Eco museum and the ancient church of Saint-Cyran.
Transport links are good with the ferry ports a five hour drive away and international and national flights from Poitiers, Tours and Limoges airports. There is a fast train link to Paris and the south from Poitiers and Argenton-sure-Creuse.
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