A small village house with various large barns on a plot of over 800 m².
The property consists of a dining room with space for a table and there is a cuisinière. On one side a spacious bedroom with beautiful wooden floor and on the other side a similar bedroom. If desired, one of the bedrooms can be used as a living room. There is a simple bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet. Because the bathroom is installed on the wooden floor, the tiles have let go. Behind the house is an extension where the kitchen is made. There is a door to the outside. From the dining room there is a staircase to the attic floor. This is an uninsulated open space. Underneath the house are two cellars: one is accessible from outside, the other from the shed.
Next to the house two adjacent barns. The first part has an intermediate floor. The second part is made up of the "belles pierres" and was once raised with breezeblocks. There is a small workshop and the second part, over the entire depth of the barn, was used as a garage. There is a floor in this section, where the hay has been stored. A stucco layer would give it a nicer appearance from the outside. Various small extensions have been realized at the rear.
Behind the house is an old hangar. Once used for repairing cars and tractors. Because the garden plot is limited and there are already two large barns, and moreover you have a nice view over the meadows at the rear, demolition would be the best option! A usable garden is then immediately created. Here you sit quietly and without being overlooked. It is a small road that only leads to 1 other house.
In the 1990s an upgrade of the house took place due to the expansion. There is gas central heating. The advantage is that the house is connected to the municipal sewer. A refreshment of the decoration and the bathroom would make it a nice place!
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