This typical house with a central tower is perfect for you if you are looking for a nice character house in a picturesque village. Its appearance is atypical with a tower located at the centre of the building.
- Ground floor: the house offers an entrance lobby within the tower plus 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor. You will also find a pantry / utility room with an access to the cellar.
- First floor: to the left-hand side of the solid wood staircase, the landing gives access to a living / dining room with an open fireplace.
- First floor: to the right of the landing, there is the kitchen with its solid wood cupboards on one side and the dining table on the other. Then a bedroom with a private balcony overlooking the street.
The tower houses a room with a toilet, bidet and washbasin. There's enough space to add a shower cubicle to make it a proper bathroom. The top floor above has two attics, one of which is convertible.
You can move straight in, but you might want to upgrade its interior.
There is a small front courtyard paved with local old stones reclaimed from another older property.
The property's plot size is 1900 ft2 in total.
You are within walking distance of the village's medieval centre with its old winding streets, shops, restaurants and bars etc, though the house is located in a quiet part and street.
The Vezere river winds through the village. Every morning you can go out for a walk to get freshly made pastries and bread from the local bakery.
Within less than 5 minute drive from the supermarket, the schools (kinder garden, primary and middle school), and the 'Bariousses Lake' in the heart of the Plateau de Millevaches.
For those who enjoy outside leisure activities such as hiking, horse riding or canoeing.
Location: In a village
Plot size: Approx. 177 m2
Year of construction: Before 1900
Surface area: Approx. 100 m2
Number of rooms: 5
Number of bedrooms: 2
Sanitation: Number of bathrooms : 2
Bathroom(s) with Bath, Sink and WC
Drainage system: Mains drainage
Heating: Built-in fireplace
Agency fees paid by the vendor.
The department of Corrèze is located in south central France, Corrèze belongs to the Limousin region. Correze is the name river running through the department. The population is around 240,000 inhabitants and is split into three arrondissements (Tulle, Brive and Ussel), 38 cantons and 285 towns and villages. Lanscapes in this department are mountains, plateaus and valleys. The highest mountain is the Mont Bessou at 978m.
Correze has many pretty villages or towns. It has six villages belonging to the ’Prettiest villages of France’ category, so watch out for Collonges-la-Rouge, Curemonte, Saint-Robert, Ségur-le-Chateau, Treignac and Turenne.
Limousin is often described as one of the cheapest French regions in terms of property. It will depend of course on the location and your personal expectations but in general you get a lot for your money.
Less than 12% of the properties in Correze are second homes but the number is climbing as it is really sought after for quality holiday homes and setting up a B&B style business.
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