Ancient Creuse Cottage

Creuse cottage

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This is a very old Creuse village house that has been uninhabited for a number of years. The main room has an open fireplace and original beams. Through a small hallway is a rear bedroom. Stairs from the hallway lead to the convertible attic. There is a vaulted cellar and garden to the rear and side of the house.

This is an ideal property if you are looking for a small holiday home. Once the renovation works are done, it would require very little maintenance. The roof has already been redone.

The cottage is tucked away down a lane and enjoys a peaceful location. Local shops and amenities are nearby. Within easy reach ofCrozant, with its spectacular gorges and medieval ruins, and Lake Chambon, a large lake with restaurants, water sports, beach and childrens play area.

Main roomMain room

Main room with exposed beams

Main room with traditional open fireplace



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Reception room 35m²
Hallway 9m²
Bedroom 10m²


Convertible attic 45m²

Total habitable space: 53m²


Vaulted cellar 30m²
Side and rear garden
Small plot opposite

Total plot size: 918m²


To be installed


Mains water and electric
Septic tank to be installed

Telephone and broadband connections available


Near St Sebastien


Agency fees included

Ref. 30793

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Details are provided in good faith. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves in respect to the information given. Please note that room sizes are approximate. Photographs are provided as a guide only and are not necessarily current. Items shown cannot be assumed to be included in the sale.

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