At 25 metres from the river Vienne stands this typical French house. On the outside, almost everything has already been done. It has been thoroughly renovated, plastered and all the wood has been treated. On the inside, there is still some work to be done before the house is habitable.
Inside Upon arrival, one immediately notices that the house is not dead straight. This is typical of this type of house and adds to its charm and atmosphere. There is a combination of jointed stonework and collombage in the upper floor. Furthermore, a new concrete floor has been poured on the ground floor. And the floors have new beams with slabs on which a floor can be laid. All windows are double-glazed with stylish wooden frames.
But there is still plenty to do. The house still lacks electricity, heating and insulation. There is also no kitchen or bathroom now and the flue is not yet connected to a fireplace or wood stove. Stairs still need to be installed to go from one floor to another. Layout The house could be divided into its own living space and a gite or flat. In fact, the left side of the house has its own entrance. Again, almost everything needs to be done inside. There is a good base and the house can be connected to the sewer. The advantage of this is that there is no need to install a septic tank. GardenNext to the house there is an adjoining garden. This is 688 m2 in size and faces south-east. There is plenty of room for a nice terrace and, for example, a vegetable garden. The biggest advantage is that the river is just a stone's throw away. Daily fishing or simply enjoying the natural beauty is on the horizon. Surroundings The location of the house is unique. It stands in a beautiful hamlet of Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat. The old roman bridge and the cute little houses nearby give it a great atmosphere. It is a 5-minute drive from the centre with several restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets and cafés. There is a lot of fishing, hiking and cycling in the region.
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