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House in Verneuil-Moustiers , Haute-Vienne , Limousin

€0 €246,100 (HAI)** £216,748**
Ref: A16404
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Majestic property full of character, potential for 4 large bedrooms, 2 separate gîtes and so much more...

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Siret number: 918 220 591
Price €246 100 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 7 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€230 000 without fees)
Ref A16404
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Dept Haute-Vienne
Surface 200 M2* Plot Size 19807 M2
Bathroom 2 Bedrooms 4
  • Hamlet property
  • House
  • Holiday Home
  • Family Home
  • Country House
  • Garden
  • Electricity on site
  • Barns / outbuildings
  • Private parking
  • Woodburner(s)
  • Character property
  • Detached
  • Open Fireplace
  • Water on site
  • Good condition
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This handsome farmhouse is a rare find in the French countryside. Built to impress with its magnificent fireplaces, the most beautiful original staircase, oak beams throughout and stunning views, it has scope for renovation and will make the most amazing family or holiday home. The huge barn is also ripe for development and would be a fantastic business/workshop space (it used to be a dress making factory but may be subject to planning permission) or you could develop it into a gorgeous gîte. The options this fabulous house offers are enormous. It is a 'Must See' property for anyone who wants a home steeped in French history set in a peaceful and beautiful location !!!
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Going through the front door and into the lobby area the first feature is right in front of you. This magnificent oak staircase is still in its original state and looking up you can see the very top of the building. It truly is a work of art in itself. To the side of the door is the original stone sink set into the wall.

To the left, through the stone doorway you enter the dining room (approx 37m²) and you are immediately faced with more craftmanship - an incredible open fireplace and two massive oak pillars, one at each end of the room, give it a grand and majestic feel but on a comfortable and cosy scale. This would make the most perfect setting for any Christmas get-together. There is also a little brick bread oven alongside the main fireplace which is another lovely feature. The floor has terracotta tiles and underfloor heating, there are windows to the front and back of the property and a door leading to the back garden.

From the dining room you enter a large kitchen (approx 14m²), with its vaulted ceiling and oak beams alongside other features set into the wall such as ornate corbals and 2, yes 2, pretty little bread oven features. There is ample work surface and cupboard space and a breakfast bar facing the long picture window that overlooks the garden to the side of the house. This room has an electric radiator. Through a door you enter a large utilility room(approx 8m²) for white goods, the electricity meter and even more storage. Terracotta floor tiling is throughout. There is a door to the front of the house leading out to the drive.

To the right of the Lobby area, you are again struck by even more fabulousness in the living room (approx 40m²) with a monumental stone fire place with ornate feature brick work at the back and a large wood burning stove. This room also has the feeling of magnificence in a warm and cosy way. Just think of those cold winter nights being snuggled in front of the warmth of the blazing fire. There are windows to the front and back, a big built in cupboard with oak doors and oak beams throughout. This part of the house also benefits from underfloor heating.

Leading off the sitting room is a cloakroom with toilet, sink , it also houses the hot water immersion heater.

Up the beautiful staircase to the first floor there is a landing area with a window looking out to the far reaching countyside. Under the window is a cast iron radiator.

Bedroom one (approx 37 m²)
Another beautiful stone and brick fire place is the first feature that you see, then the lovely oak beams, this big and bright room offers so much potential. Windows front and back and cast iron radiators. Door leads to a good size ensuite (approx 4m²) shower, sink, toilet and a large built-in cupboard. Window to the rear of the property.

Across the landing to Bedroom two (approx 35m²)
This pretty room has parquet flooring (some repair needed) a window overlooking the front of the property. Ensuite with twin sinks, bath with shower unit, cast iron radiators and window to the rear of the property. to the back of the room is a separate toilet.

Up the stairs to the Attic space
Landing area with dormer window overlooking front of property.

The roof space has been insulated but this may need updating and/or replacing. The whole area is just ripe for the next owner to make their mark and develop this space into bedrooms, study areas, playroom or even another sitting room to just take in the views (this may be subject to planning permission).

Potentially Bedroom 3 (approx 30m²)
This room is in the apex of the roof but is large and has good head height throughout. It has three windows to the front, side and rear of the property. There is also a huge interior apex window where the light from the landing streams in to fill this space. Half of the floorspace is covered with lovely terracotta tomettes. There is an opening to a space in the eaves that would be perfect for an ensuite or Jack and Jill bathroom to share with the potential bedroom 4.

Potential bedroom 4 (approx 25m²)
Ok, the apex window on the external side wall in this room is phenomenal, with far reaching views across the country side. This room has so much potential. With another internal apex window to mirror bedroom 3, It is bright and airy and is a perfect space to sit and contemplate what a great move you have made if you buy this house.

The large mature garden surrounds the house, the land is 1.9 hectares and comes with a pond, 2 wells, a beautiful woodland area. 2 substantial outbuildings with great potential. There is ample space if you wanted to build a swimming pool (subject to planning permission) or create your own small holding.

There is a large barn split into 3 sections, one houses the oil tank/boiler and log storage, the middle section could become a garage/workshop and the third section is already divided into 2 rooms as this used to be the dressmaking factory, electricity and plumbing are already in place but will need updating. There is a large window overlooking the back garden and stairs to the large attic space.

The second outbuilding is large enough to develop into another gite or could be made into an amazing office space if you are working from home.

The property is in a small hamlet that is a 3 minute drive to the busy village of Lussac Les Eglises with a supermarket, Mairie, pharmacy, school, antique shop, boulangerie, hotel, petrol station, bricolage and several bars and a 20 minute drive to the bigger towns of Magnac Laval and Saint Sulpice Les Feuilles. It is also nestled in between the stunning medieval towns of Le Dorat and Saint-Benoît-du-Sault both are on the 'must visit' list of things to do in this area.

The property is a one hour drive from Limoges International Airport and one hour 20 mins from Poitiers Airport.
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