We have her an old stone house to renovate that would be ideal for family and friends and an attached barn for conversion with 60x46 feet of floor space over two separate floors.
On the ground floor, you enter the house into a 377ft2 kitchen with a large inglenook fireplace, which is hardly seen nowadays, a bread oven in good condition, exposed beams and a pebble stone floor. At the back, a 215ft2 bedroom with a staircase going up to the attic with a floor area of over 645ft2. The whole building’s interior needs renovating whilst taking care to keep its original features. There is no electricity or sanitation in place.
A beautiful barn adjoins the house, awaiting planning permission, that could make a magnificent house over two floors, each with an area of more than 2700ft2 and with the possibility of creating a third floor or a mezzanine, because of the generous available roof height from the first floor and the wonderful shape of its frame.
On the barn’s ground floor, three stables in their original state with their concrete troughs and wooden separation beams and a ceiling height of 7’8”. There is a small garden in front of the stables. The quiet hamlet road runs by the house. There is a neighbouring tenant living across the stables’ garden and a neighbouring farmer, whose barn is attached to the property’s barn. You may have a neighbour at the back but from the barn door located on the the first floor and accessible via a solid raised ramp, you have an open view over your own 1 ½ acre slightly sloping adjoining meadow.
You are within walking distance of a village with shops and a swimming lake that is very popular with locals and tourists alike during the summer. The small medieval town of Saint Léonard de Noblat is a fifteen minute drive and Limoges centre is half an hour away.
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