This south facing cottage is located in a small hamlet surrounded by woods and yet only a few minutes from the scenic village of Chamberet and its local amenities. It has been well maintained, improved and regularly used as a vacation home by its owners for over 25 years. It would make a very good base for a couple wishing to discover this region with its quiet unspoiled nature.
Little house You enter the house through a 54ft² entrance part of an extension of the original house to the simply fitted kitchen of just over 107ft², with a wood stove built into the original fireplace. On the right, a 33ft² bathroom with WC, then the 118ft² bedroom with a concrete block and beam floor over a small cellar that houses the fridge and hot water tank.
On the end of the entrance hall, you can get to the living room of almost 215ft² part of another extension of the original house. Further along the living room, a terrace with barbecue has been put in by the current owners. It is currently only accessible from the outside, but you can very well consider making an opening in the exterior wall of the living room to connect it directly to the house.
The 162 ft² attic is also accessible from the outside: it is not insulated but can be converted. GardenYou have a small garden with an area of about 3230ft² with a lawn and flower beds, with a beautiful view of the surrounding countryside, as well as a plot of over 1/3 of an acre in a clearing just a few steps from the house. There you can have a vegetable garden or why not, install a swimming pool. There is only a handful of houses in this hamlet hidden from the main roads, so the location is peaceful and perfect for breathing in the pure Limousin air!
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