- Ref. CC-2101
- 5 bedrooms
- 285 m²
- 189,700 €
Situated in a very pretty village is this beautifully restored 5 bedroom house with stunning landscaped gardens of 1275m2
Approaching the property you are immediately taken by the beauty of the house, its positioning on the edge of the village and the amount of love that has been placed inside and outside of this property by the current owners.
In a quiet location within the village, this property is currently a successful and established Chambre D'Hotes but equally makes a wonderful 5 bedroom home with lots of french character. A much loved property in the village, an old post office that has been restored. A truly stunning property in a beautiful location!
Approaching the 5 bedroom stone and ardoise slate roof house you feel the character of the place, with the granite stone foot path to the front entrance and the truly stunning original door welcoming you into the internal porch. Entering the house you arrive into a very welcoming and homely hallway with deep pile carpet and a stunning oak staircase at the end of the hallway. A conveniently placed downstairs toilet is apparent too.
To the left of the hallway is a truly exquisite kitchen and dining space (64m2), with its magnificent original fireplace, very tasteful kitchen units, large windows and huge farmhouse style kitchen table. This room oozes character and boasts plenty of room. Kitchens of this size are rather rare.
To the right of the hallway is a large living room (65m2) with a deep pile carpet giving this room a truly homely feel. A beautiful fireplace takes the focal point within the room housing a very cosy woodburner. A large window frames one end of the room with a door conveniently placed at the side of the house taking you onto a beautiful garden.
There are nice character features within this living room such as exposed stone and beams.
Entering the first floor via a beautiful wooden staircase from the hallway, there are 4 beautifully appointed double bedrooms (17.5m2, 15.5m2, 17m2 & 17.3m2) with many nice features such as exposed local stone, feature fireplaces and original oak floors. Each bedroom has a lovely en-suite shower room, very tastefully decorated.
Continuing up the staircase to the second floor there is a fantastic converted attic consisting of a bedroom measuring 15.5m2, a shower room (6.5m2) and another room waiting to be utilised of 39m2.
The house has a lower-level underneath the ground floor accessed from outside, two separate entrances. This space consists of two cellars, one used for storage and wine cooling and the other for housing cycles, motorbikes etc for the guests. This space is large and is currently used as a workshop too.
The house is heated by the 2 cosy woodburners situated on the ground floor and are supplemented by electric radiators in each room. The property has been completely re-wired and insulated. The windows are double glazed. The property also benefits from mains drainage.
Within the well-designed landscaped area of the grounds are many plants, shrubs and flower beds with various seating areas carefully placed. Although situated in a town this property and its grounds has a feel of peace and tranquility.
The Correze is home to a rich variety of unspoilt natural scenery. Its hills, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, forests and footpaths make it an ideal location for many outdoor leisure activities such as cycling, walking and canoeing.
In the pretty town there are Supermarkets, DIY stores, Doctors, Dentists, Post Office, Restaurants and Bars. The town has a railway station that has frequent services to Limoges. An onward train from Limoges then takes you to Paris every hour.
The excellent quality renovation, the homely and much loved feel of the place and the business opportunity are just some of the attractive features of this property.
A truly stunning house within a very friendly community!