In a small hamlet, a bit hidden between shrubs and trees, you will find this dated house with a large barn. The hamlet is secluded about 10 minutes drive from a village with shops. There are about 8 houses, surrounded by meadows and woods.
Now still dark The house was expanded and renovated in the 80s. Everything dates from that period. On the ground floor you enter the kitchen with its fireplace. Behind it is a room which, like the adjoining dining room, now looks very dark because of the high hedges and trees in the backyard. Pruning and/or removing trees and shrubs could change this a lot and upgrade not only the house, but also the garden. There are also 2 more rooms and a bathroom and separate toilet on the ground floor.
2 tower rooms Upstairs are two good sized bedrooms which are a bit reminiscent of tower rooms because of their roof construction and French balconies. The spacious landing has not yet been insulated or finished, but offers enough space to turn it into a bedroom/hobby or playroom.
Ruin Next to the house is a very old house that is more of a ruin. The facade is on the verge of collapsing, so total or partial demolition seems to be the best option, this way you can create a nice courtyard garden/terrace next to the house.
Large barn The large barn is the bonus of this object. Downstairs there are 3 parts which are relatively high and therefore also suitable for tall people. Via the other side you reach the floor which consists of one large space with lots of possibilities.
Outside Behind the house is a dilapidated garden that requires a lot of work, but there is still a old bread oven. Opposite the house is a garden for direct use. This used to be one plot, half of which has been sold to the neighbours who have a vegetable garden and a carport with storage. Because a border fence is still missing, one now has the idea of standing in someone else's garden, but this can be solved by placing a yard fence.
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