A versatile semi-detached Longere with huge scope to turn into 3 separate dwellings or main house and annexe/gite/B&B or to keep as one house.
Main house (section one) built in the 1980’s…2 double bedrooms, boxroom, and bathroom. Downstairs, large lounge patio doors etc… and wood burning stove.
Passage past the front door through to
Main house (section two) built 1855. Farmhouse kitchen with wood burning stove plus another good size lounge/diningroom off the kitchen. Both these rooms have been gutted and refurbished having new insulated floors, walls insulated and double glazing and have original oak and chestnut beams. Door leading into conservatory.
Off the kitchen is a passage to stairs leading up to the grenier (attic) which is the footprint of the kitchen and lounge/diningroom, once converted would give you 2 or 3 bedrooms plus a bathroom/ensuites.
Section three. A door off the rear of the kitchen leads into the ‘cav’ which runs the full length of the house. It’s now being refurbished giving a large double bedroom separate open plan lounge/dining area and kitchen. Off to the side are double doors into a good size bathroom. All is double glazed windows, velux and front door.
A new fosse septic has been installed along with the electrics being updated/re-wired.
On the side of the house is a garage which has had a new concrete floor.
Outside, there a numerous outbuildings, all usable. The huge hangar houses on one side 3 large block built stables each being 5m x 5m in size. Opposite is plenty of room for straw and hay storage up to 25 large bales.
The land is vast being 3 hectares.
An orchard, the large pond and the 2 grazing pastures.
Last year we grew our own hay cutting 17 large round bales just off one field. There is also a large paddock in front of the house that has been used as lawn area along with a newly laid concrete area for a patio. You have sun in the front of the property all day till sunset.
Lots of work has been done to make the property habitable, cosy and comfortable but the scope is endless to make it more special than it already is.
The house is semi-detached in a hamlet of 11 houses, 7 of which are lived in permanently all French and are wonderful neighbours, always there to help and including you into hamlet life.
Local shops are 2 miles away with the bigger supermarkets being 7 and 9 miles away…taking ten minutes driving time.
Walking and riding: There are paths and tracks galore, through the forest and lakes or the tracks across the fields. You can go for miles without seeing a car.
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