House with an approx. Living space on the first floor of 95 m Â²:
Living room with wood-burner and basic open-plan kitchen : approx. 24 mÂ²
4 bedrooms of which 2 have fitted wardrobes : 11,50 - 12,20 - 14,50 et 16 m2
Bathroom : approx. 7 mÂ²
Wc : approx. 1.90 m2
Hallway : approx. 8 mÂ²
Cellar 1 : stone sink â€“ screed : approx. 58 m2
Cellar 2/former workshop â€“ screed : approx. 20 m2
Well to the front of the house
Bread oven â€“ redone roof : approx. 18 m2
Dutch barn currently used as a garage : approx. 35 mÂ²
Pigeonnier : ground floor : approx. 36 mÂ²
Linked barn : approx. 117 mÂ² (2 levels possibles) and an extension to the rear of approx. 40 m2
Outbuilding in front of the barn of approx. 8 m2
Plot of approx. 1856 mÂ² with the option of a further 3000 mÂ² nextdoor
Set back from the village, an old farm comprising a traditional â€šQuercynoisâ€˜ farmhouse set above ground floor cellars with a large linked barn, a dutch barn used as a garage, a bread oven and a dovecote.
Restoration work was completed in the house in 1984 including the installation of two slab floors: on the first floor and in the attic level, as well as revising the roof.
You reach the living area via an original, exterior, stone staircase and a covered terrace from which you enter into the living room with corner kitchen. This speac could easily be opened up into the bedroom behind it and part of the hallway â€“ this would increase the room by about 16m2.
This first floor has tiled floor and also includes four good-sized bedrooms, a bathroom and separate Wc.
Comforts: tiled floors â€“ single glazing â€“ wooden windows and shutters â€“ broadband â€“ septic tank to put it up to standard.
Various outbuildings include a lovely, spacious, linked barn and local traditionals such as the bread oven and dovecote.
The strong points of this ensemble are the charm of the 18th century buildings as well as its potential in such as a protected setting yet just a short distance from amenities. Despite needing some modernisation you could move straight into the farmhouse. The various outbuildings lend themselves to the creation of additonal living space or to a choice of activities â€“ all in a peaceful area.