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This property was built prior to 1900 and is looking a little tired, hence it is in need of a full renovation on the ground floor. Nevertheless, the property has some great features such as an impressive fireplace in the kitchen, and high ceilings with wooden beams. The attic space has already been renovated to a modern standard, with 2 double bedrooms and a Jack and Jill shower room. The adjoined barn and several outbuildings give numerous options for storage of further development projects. The garden immediately surrounding the house features a small mixed fruit orchard to the rear of the property. The land beyond gives lovely views of rolling countryside. Located in the Hamlet of Sainte-Marie de Frugie, all amenities are only 2 km away in the town of La Coquille, including a train station, medical centre, pharmacy, supermarket, bar, and hotel with restaurant. Read more ...
This pre-1900 property is located in the centre of the small hamlet of Sainte-Marie de Frugie. All essential amenities are only 2km away in the town of La Coquille. While the attic has received a modern renovation, the ground floor is a complete renovation project waiting to be undertaken. A large adjoined barn gives the opportunity to extend the living space, while a separate barn and old pigsty each has the potential for further development.
ENTRANCE VERANDA (1,4m x 2,2m : 3m2)
Enter the property through this glass porch which has stairs up to the front door.
KITCHEN (2,7m x 4,8m ; 13,1m2)
Upon entering the kitchen from the entrance veranda, you will find a large fireplace on your left. A wood-burning stove sits adjacent to the fireplace against the wall opposite the entrance. To the right is an old-fashioned sink. An original wooden staircase leads up to the first floor. Renovation required to bring this room up to modern living standards.
DINING ROOM (3,9m x 5,0m : 19,4m2)
Accessed from the kitchen, this spacious dining room has a door exiting to the rear of the property and a window with a sink underneath in an alcove. Renovation required to bring this space up to modern living standards and make the most of the wooden floors and ceiling beams.
DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM 1 (2,7m x 4,8m : 13,1m2)
Accessed from the kitchen, this bedroom has a window looking out to the front of the property. Full renovation is required.
DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM 2 (2,7m x 4m : 10,7m2)
Accessed from the dining room, this room, currently containing a bed, has a door out to the rear of the property and built-in storage.
STUDIO (2,5m x 3m : 7,8m2)
This small, more modern space at the rear of the property has its own separate access. Enter through a modern uPVC door with a double glazed panel. A double-glazed window looks out into the garden. Some remedial work required to correct a patch of damp on the ceiling.
WC (1,2m x 1,6m : 1,9m2)
Accessed from the exterior of the house to the rear of the property.
UPSTAIRS BEDROOM 1 (11,8m2 of which 7,5m2 habitable)
The first room at the top of the stairs, this bedroom has space for a double bed. A large Velux window gives plenty of light, and a wall-hung electric radiator provides heating. The room has smart tile flooring and brand new electrics.
UPSTAIRS BEDROOM 2 (10,7m2 of which 7,8m2 habitable)
A second double bedroom, also with brand new electrics, tiled floor, and a wall-hung electric heater. A large Velux window and a dormer with narrow double doors and a juliet balcony give the space plenty of light.
JACK & JILL SHOWER ROOM (8,1m2 of which 6m2 habitable)
Accessible from both bedrooms, this shower room comprises a shower cabinet, a sink mounted on a drawer unit, an above-sink mirror with lighting, a tall matching wall-hung cupboard and a macerator toilet. There is also plumbing for a washing machine and an electric hot water tank.
ADJOINED BARN (106m2)
Adjoined to the house, these 3 barn spaces with additional roofed lean-to at the end of the barn give ample storage space and could offer the potential of extending the main house to give additional living space. A further lean-to built of wood with an old fibre-cement roof is adjoined to the neighbouring barn.
SEPARATE BARN (5,7m x 11,4m : 65m2)
This outbuilding is of breeze block construction and has a corrugated metal roof. There are 2 window embrasures and a door space measuring 3,3m x 2,9 m.
PIGSTY (9m x 3,9m : 35m2)
A smaller outbuilding containing 3 pigsties which are no longer in use. Construction is of breeze block with an old corrugated fibre-cement roof.
The land closest to the house at the rear, is set out to a mixed-fruit orchards including peach, cherry, pear, apple and plum trees. Lovely views over the rolling countryside beyond. To the front of the house, near the pigsty, there is a roofed well. The land containing the orchard, the separate barn, the pigsty and the well has been kept with short managed grass. The land beyond has less frequent maintenance.
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