This former garage is located in the centre of the village and is in need of a complete renovation for both business and living parts.
On the ground floor, two 37m2 and 34m2 (398 ft2 & 366 ft2) garages separated by a shear wall. At the back end of the left-hand garage, a window opens towards to garden and a damaged staircase runs up to the accommodation on the first floor. To the left of the staircase a bedroom (15m2/161ft2) with a window overlooking the garden. In front of the staircase, what used to be the kitchen (16.5m2/177ft2). To the left of the kitchen, a former living/dining room (17.5m2/188ft2). Behind the living room, a second bedroom (16m2/172ft2) where the ceiling is missing, so you can see the attic above (20m2/215ft2). This attic does not have a shear wall separating it from the neighbour’s attic due to the shape of the roof frame. From bedroom 2, a door opens to the staircase leading up to the second attic, which is also about 20m2 (215ft2). The roof will also need to be looked at though it is in a relatively good condition for its age. The house is on mains drainage.
There is a big garage right next to the house (100m2/1076ft2). As the building is in bad condition, its footprint would allow for a brand new house to be erected in its place or the space created could be used to increase the size of the garden. The field at the back (600m2/ 1/7 acre) could make a nice garden. A stream runs on the back edge of the plot, which is also partly bordered by the back wall of a barn.
The property is located in a small village within the Millevaches regional park, a short walk from the local shops, of which a corner supermarket, a chemist’s, bakery, bar-newsagent and a restaurant. The centre of Limoges is 45 kilometres away and it takes 50 minutes to reach the Limoges Bellegarde airport.
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