In need of total restoration this attractive traditional house with an intact bread oven, has the potential to be a lovely home. Situated in a hamlet with open countryside at its doorstep, the house could become spacious and comfortable with vision, enthusiasm, hard work and investment. It is semi-detached and in a cul-de-sac and has over a 1600m2 of attached land and 500m2 that is a stone’s throw away.
Being only 3.5km from Lussac-les-Eglises the situation is hard to beat.
Lussac-les-Eglises is a village offering essential amenities including a small supermarket, boulangerie, cafés, post office, doctor, dentist and primary school. The A20 motorway is within easy reach, and the historic city of Limoges with shopping, museums and an international airport is under an hour away.
Ground floor: 2 large rooms with tomette floors (25 and 32m2) each with an old fireplace and exposed beams and separated by the entrance hall (5m2) also featuring a tomette floor and exposed beams as well as a traditional stone sink.
1 smaller room (9m2) housing the intact bread oven and passage which is in very poor condition because of a collapsed section of a single storey roof.
Loft: Stairs from the entrance hall go up to a large loft with beams that are sufficiently high to make it feasible to convert the area to living space (61m2). There is access from the main loft to a small loft area over the single storey section of the house which could provide storage space in the future.
The house in on the edge of the 1600m2 plus of attached land and there’s a further separate plot of 500m2.
Water and electricity are nearby and would need to be installed at the purchaser’s expense. There is no sanitation so a fosse septique will need to be put in.
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