Attractive Village House
Guide Price 157545€ with pasture land
Guide Price 142805€ without pasture land
Agency fees included
A stone built extended house that will particularly suit someone who is looking for a property where they can bring their horses. The house comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom. The remaining attic space could also be converted to provide additional accommodation.
At the front of the house is a drive in courtyard and a lawned area with a well. The garden around the property is mostly laid to lawn and is enclosed.
The large attached barn could be used for garaging and/or stabling. You could also extend into the barn from the house.
To the rear of the garden is about 8 acres of tree-lined pasture land, suitable for horses. Alternatively, you can just enjoy the view over the open countryside.
Lounge with parquet floor 15m², dining room 20m², kitchen 11m², rear entrance lobby 6m², 2 bedrooms with parquet floors 15m² & 9m², bathroom 7.5m², separate WC 2m²
Bedroom 9m², further attic space to convert
Total habitable space: 95m²
Barn with stable: 90m²
Total plot size: 33308m²
Gas central heating.
Mains water and electric. Septic tank.
Near St Sebastien
Ref. 30701: 157545€ with pasture land
Ref: 30842: 142805€ without pasture land
Agency fees included
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House for Sale France 150000€ to 200000€
MAUPUY SARL 38 Grande Rue 23800 Dun le Palestel
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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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