853 - Your first house purchase in the Limousin?

Masseret

Reference: 853, Living area: 109 m2, Rooms: 4

€128.000,=
  • Fees paid by the seller

Your first house purchase in the Limousin?


This renovated 2-bedroom stone house offers great possibilities. In addition to the house, there is a spacious garage with an office/storage above, a large veranda, a terrace and a garden shed, all on a fenced garden plot of ¼ acre with a vegetable garden and a greenhouse. Whether as a holiday home, as a main house, or even as a year-round rental, its easy access to amenities, to Limoges and Brive-la-Gaillarde’s town centres in just over 30 minutes’ drive offers a lot of potential to its future owners.
   
The house   
An external staircase leads up to the Southwest-facing canopied entrance porch, then to the entrance hall (~4’10” x 11’9”). The right part of the ground floor is raised over a cellar, accessible through an exterior door located in front of the house. There is a cloakroom to the right of the entrance (~3’6” x 4’2”). Then a living room (~19’3” x 24’6”) that includes an open-plan kitchen area and an office area with a gas-fired burner, gives access to the North-East-facing tiled veranda (~11’1” x 22’3”) with double-glazed wooden joinery. A clear Plexi roof brings in a lot of light and heat and you can protect yourself from the sun thanks to the retractable blinds above it.
   
On the first floor, the staircase leads to a landing/clearance (~7’7” x 12’3”) with a Velux window, with enough space for an office or reading area, then to a bathroom with bathtub, shower, and toilet. A dormer window with an electric roller shutter opens out to the unobstructed view at the front. A small passageway then leads to a front and a back attic bedroom (~7’7” x 12’6” each) with solid chestnut floors, one of which has a Velux window.   

Since you are on the outskirts of the village, you benefit from a mains drainage connection. The house is powered by three heat pumps: the first is connected to a tank to provide hot water. The two other pumps provide heating in the living room and in the two 1st floor bedrooms. An older gas heating system with independent radiators can be removed (a large tank is at the rear of the garden), unless you wish to keep the tank, as it also supplies the stove in the living room. The front part of the house’s roof is recently redone in natural slate. That of the garage is from 1999.
   
The outbuildings and the garden
A large garage (~15’2” x 20’8”) is adjacent to the house. It has two openings, an electric sliding front door allows you to park a car or a large van/camper van straight from the road, a second door with a window on the side allows pedestrians to access it from the garden. The garage is partly converted into a utility room with a sink and a washing machine. A solid wooden staircase goes up to converted and insulated workspace/office (~13’9” x 15’) with a Velux roof window. The hot water tank for the heat pump is also housed there.
   
In addition, an independent wooden garden shed is very useful for stowing your tools away. The garden is completely fenced in with two double wrought iron gates. A vegetable garden with a glass greenhouse is in use at the top of the garden. It is very pleasant with its various flower and plant beds, its fruit, and ornamental trees.
   
Access and amenities
It is the ideal place to enjoy the countryside. You are in a quiet place but not isolated. You can do your essential shopping on foot, but access to the main road and the motorway is just a stone's throw away. Magnac-Bourg, its amenities and its supermarket are around ten minutes’ drive away. Uzerche, its life and its many shops, is about fifteen minutes away. The southern shopping area of Limoges is just over 20 minutes away. Limoges and Brive-la-Gaillarde centres are 35 minutes away.

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Main characteristics

Village:
Masseret
Toilets:
1
Distance to the village:
Less than 10 minutes
Sanitary fixtures:
Bath, Shower, Sink, Toilet
Location:
In/near a village
Utilities:
Water, Electricity, ADSL, Telephone
Lot size:
1.044 m2
Drainage connections:
Mains drainage
Type:
Liveable
Heating type:
Central heating system on gaz, Heat pump
Period of construction:
Between 1900 and 1950
Number of outbuildings:
2
Renovated in:
1997
Outbuildings:
Garage, Shed
Living area:
109 m2
Estimated energy consumption:
242
Rooms:
4
Estimated emission:
45
Bedrooms:
2
Estimated energy cost:
between € 1.960 and € 2.700 a year
Bathrooms:
1

Information on the environmental risks of the village of this property is available at https://www.georisques.gouv.fr

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