Property to renovate €145000
Discretely hidden from view to the rare passer-by, this mid-nineteenth century farmhouse offers three bedroom accommodation in a property which offers many options. Although habitable, the house is in need of some attention to bring it up to a universally acceptable standard.
Set back from a lane, with no immediate neighbours, the property is reached down a seldom used communal country pathway which passes by the side of the house. The building is constructed from local stone with some colombage and a tiled roof (in excellent condition). The house and outbuildings form an L-shape, creating an interesting front garden / courtyard area. Steps from the front of the house lead down to the front garden. To the rear of the house are steps and a pathway which lead down into the wooded valley.
The entrance from the covered porch leads directly into the Living Room.
Living Room, 5.9m x 5.4m, a large room with timber floor and a timber panelled ceiling hiding th beams. To the left is a large Cantou fireplace with a recessed storage area to the right and an original, large built in wall cupboard. The wall opposite the entrance has a very large stone archway leading through to what was the original Kitchen or Souillarde, 3.7m x 2.5m, with a solid stone floor. An original stone evier (sink) still serves as the kitchen sink. The ceiling l has its beams on show.
Shower room, 2.4m x 2m, accessed from the Kitchen. Shower, W.c., and wall hung wash basin. Concrete floor.
Bedroom 1, 5.4m x 3.4m, accessed from Living Room,
Bedroom 2, 3.5m x 2.5m.
Bedroom 3 is accessed from the entrance porch.
Bedroom 3, 7.3m x 4.4m, wood floor, 2 windows overlooking the valley, 2 electric radiators and a fireplace.
The balance of the property comprises a small open barn, 6m x 2.4m, attached to the side of the house and in which logs are stored. Various caves, one including a spring, and a pump, and a small barn, over two floors with communicating stairs and each floor measuring 7m x 4.5m. ideal apartment/gite project. Running directly under this barn is another cave measuring 7m x 4.5m with a stone floor and exposed stone walls.
The land totals 11,768m2, of which almost a hectare is made up of mainly woodland running down to the valley floor and bordering a small stream.