Located in a hamlet of just four houses along a single street, a few minutes from the village of Masseret and the access to the A20 motorway, this 1075ft² house has been tastefully renovated, and besides its good location, it has many other things to offer. It will be suitable for a couple or a small family wishing to enjoy the countryside in a comfortable house that needs no work.
Ground floor The house, which is simply and practically arranged, consists of a main entrance hall under a mezzanine with an access to a family bathroom (64.5ft²), a utility room, and a separate toilet. The original enclosed staircase to the right has been converted into a storage room. To the left of the entrance, an attractive 390ft² living area comprising of a fitted kitchen opening onto a lounge-dining room, and with French doors out to a wooden terrace to the front of the house. Behind the living room, there is a 107ft² double bedroom with magnificent south-facing views over the countryside. In the living room, you could add a wood burner within the existing stone and brick fireplace to give it an even warmer touch.
1st floor Over the entrance, the owners have created a pretty mezzanine space and brought light in thanks to a large skylight window. It is accessible via a custom-made wooden staircase. The ca. 160Ft² mezzanine has been fitted out with a seating area and bespoke bookcases along the wall, a wooden railing lines it on one side and a large sliding glass and alloy door opens onto a south-facing balcony. A wooden staircase leads up to a second 260ft² bedroom in the attic, with two skylight windows and a gable wall window. The bedroom has a private 38ft² ensuite bathroom with a Velux. It is also possible to install a separate toilet in the existing storage room right next to the bathroom.
Basement and outbuildings The house is partly laid over a cellar with an insulated ceiling, which is accessible via an external door on the garden side. This space of around 323ft² will be perfect for storing everything you need! Next to it, there is also a boiler room with a separate entrance which houses the 2017 oil boiler and its 200-litre hot water tank. The oil tank is buried outside just in front of this room. In addition, there is a large 260ft² separate garage / workshop at the bottom of the garden. Its concrete ceiling could be converted into a lovely terrace above so as to enjoy the magnificent views over the surrounding countryside!
Garden and technical aspects The ¼ acre land of the house is completely enclosed by a fence and/or hedges. A low wall with railings and an access gate has been erected at the front of the property, a wall with fence over it and two pedestrian gates line the rear part. There is a raised vegetable garden on the east side of the plot and the lawn covers the rest of it.
The roof of the house was completely insulated in 2007. The electricity and the septic tank have been brought up to regulations. There is double glazing throughout most of the house. The structure is good with exposed pointed stone walls and a good roof.
Close to amenities The house is just over a mile from the nearest shops and schools and about 30 minutes by car from the centre of Limoges.
Price € 145,500
Seller pays the agency fees.
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,455.00
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Agency: House in the Limousin