Esales Property ID: es5553438
1, Rue du 19 Mars 1962,
With its glorious natural scenery, warm climate, welcoming culture and low cost of living, France is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment into this magnificent part of the world.
Enter this lovely typically French village house and realise you are about to enjoy a well-earned break! No need for a handyman or requirement to get out paint brushes. This one is double glazed, decorated and just looking for someone who actually wants to be on holiday.
The house is south-facing and the sun streams through the living room window. There is a wood-burner to keep you toasty and warm if you visit during the cooler months.
The kitchen is fully equipped and flows well both back into the lounge or out into the garden. There is access under the stairs which takes you to the cellar. A perfect place to store your French wines, beers or sports equipment.
Upstairs, all the bedrooms enjoy lovely views and great natural light. The family bathroom is clean and tidy. Access to the attic is via a foldable staircase in one of the bedrooms. This space is lined, carpeted and has a skylight providing sunshine. A perfect breakout space for teenagers or when you have extra guests.
Outside the private back garden has thick hedges on both sides. The kitchen door flows out onto the terrace which is ideal for outside entertaining. You may wish to install a hot tub on the terrace to enjoy a soak on the long summer evenings after exploring the lovely Haute Vienne.
There is a restaurant within walking distance around 20 minutes down the road and you are positioned between the historic towns of Le Dorat and Chateauponsac. A short drive by car will take you to the Saint Pardoux Lakes national park where you can enjoy swimming, fishing, and hiking, or for the more energetic there is canoeing, tree zip lines and even a forest snowboard! There is a fantastic English pub and another French restaurant in the closeby artist village of Rancon.
As you step out the front door miles of footpaths and quiet lanes for walking and cycling nearby.
Come and enjoy a real break away from home. You work all year – this is time to relax and connect with the family.
ABOUT THE AREA
The property is in the region of Haute Vienne, postal region 87190 just off the south-eastern tip of the Dordogne. This area of France is lush with forestry, woodland, and open spaces, it’s a great part of France to drive around as the roads are both straight and curvy and up and down hills and valleys. There is not much traffic to worry about apart from the larger towns and cities as you would expect. Located approximately 30 minutes drive from Limoges international airport and close to the N21 major trunk road leading to many other major towns of the region such as Perigueux, Angouleme, Poitiers, Limoges, and Toulouse. This is an agricultural part of France where there is much livestock and arable farming. The locale is made up of much forestry and a lot a pretty hills and valleys with hidden villages, Chateaus and small towns.
Limousin is a sparsely populated historical region in south-central France. Mainly agricultural and covering part of the rugged Massif Central mountains, it’s known for beef farming and its distinctive Limousin cattle. Its principal city, Limoges, home to Gothic cathedral Saint-Étienne, has been producing fine porcelain since the 19th century. Thousands of pieces are on display at the Adrien Dubouché ceramics museum.
The Limousin area and former region is made up of just three departments, the Haute Vienne (87), capital Limoges, the Creuse (23), capital Guéret, and the Corrèze (19), capital Tulle. Lying between altitudes of 200 metres and 1000 metres, the Limousin is mostly a region of hills and valleys and low mountains. The highest point in Limousin is the Mont Bessou, 977 metres, near Ussel, in the Corrèze department; it is the highest point of a large upland area, a part of the Massif central known as the Plateau de Millevaches, which borders on the higher areas of the neighbouring Auvergne region.
• 3 Bedrooms
• 1 Bathrooms
• 73m2 of living space
• 150m2 plot.
• Stunning Views
• Massive potential in the commercial rental market when redeveloped
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of France
• Electricity on site
• Character property
• Double glazing
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