3 Bed House for sale

Larzac, Dordogne, Aquitaine, France

£158,106

 [€177,000]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

Features

  • Cave
  • Central heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Garden
  • Internet connection

Full Description

REDUCED in price - Fully restored character Stone house property with stone barn, great views, set on about 7407m2 of land.

Situated at the edge of a charming peaceful rural hamlet, and no through road,

3 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, utility, cellars, barn

Accommodation on two levels: 135m2

Ground floor :

A large fitted kitchen/dining (37.40m2) with open fireplace, wooden beams,French doors to outside and terrace.

Living room : ( 37.72m2) with three windows, old wooden parquet flooring, wooden beams and fireplace.

Room to be finished ( 30.67m2) with two velux windows.

Shower room and WC (3.63m2)

Separate WC

A door leading directly to the utility room (29m2), concrete floor, with mezzanine storage area and direct acces to a covered terrace area. ( 17.42m2).

First Floor:

Bedroom 1 ( 14.45m2) with a large window offering views over the courtyard.

Bedroom 2 : (9.94m2) with a window.

Shower room and WC (3.60m2)

Bedroom 3 : ( 14.25m2) with ensuite and doors to garden.

3 Cellars of 37m2, 26m2 and 36m2.

Stone barn of 143m2

Land : 7407m2 mainly pasture.

Septic tank.

Oil fired central heating.

Double glazing.

5 Rooms
2 Shower rooms
Usable area: 135 sqm
Living space: 40 sqm
Land: 7407 sqm
Habitation tax: 596 euros a year
Tax Fonciere: 952 euros a year

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