In the middle of its fully fenced forest of more than 17 acres lies this old quarry waiting for a new function. Hidden behind bushes and trees, the rocks are still just visible. The height and the rocks invite you to climb or could become the walls of an amphitheatre. This idyllic setting with its woodland and three ponts stimulates the imagination and you will probably soon see the tourist potential of, for example, a mini-camping site.
Stone HouseThis nicely pointed stone house and outbuildings was built in 1934. On the ground floor, the main entrance door opens onto a living room with a stone built-in fireplace, solid chestnut floors and exposed beams. To its right, fitted kitchen with a secondary entrance from the south-facing stone paved terrace in front of the house. A passage through the wall leads from the kitchen to the ground floor of the old barn, which was converted by the owners. There is a landing comprising of a shower room, separate WC and fitted wardrobes, then there is a second landing with a separate entrance, a larder and a cellar.
The solid oak staircase from the main landing leads up to the first floor onto a lounge (the "hunting room") with a tiled floor and open-to-the-rafters wood-panelled ceiling. To its right, a laundry room with a sink, washing machines and the 2109 installed gas central heating boiler. To the left of the hunting room, a passageway with a few steps through the wall of the old barn takes you back to the original house , onto a large and bright corridor with a separate toilet and 54ft² bathroom at its end. Then 3 bedrooms of 177 ½ ft², 183ft² and 183ft², all facing the garden. There is a double access to a cemented rear terrace facing northwest, one from the hallway, the other from the hunting lounge. A stone staircase on either side of the terrace allow you to walk around to the front of the house and a third staircase leads up to the garage and the pigsties located higher than the house.
The whole property is carefully maintained and beautifully presented, but the interior decor, dating from the mid-1980s, would benefit from an update. The septic tank meets current standards.
The garden is landscaped and planted with many fruit trees.The ponds are awaiting an 'additional file for upgrading'.
Besides being in a bucolic and enchanting setting, this magnificent property is also only 15 minutes from Limoges’ town centre and close to all its amenities. This outstanding property is an absolute must-see!
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