4 Bed House for sale

Saint-Crépin-et-Carlucet, Dordogne, Aquitaine, France

£352,301

 [€395,000]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1

Features

  • Double Glazing
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Living Room
  • Taxe Foncière: €835 / £747 (Per Year)

Full Description

Near Sarlat-la-Canada, Dordogne: magnificent property in good state with courtyard/terraces, several out buildings and big garden/land with greenhouses and woods. Situated quietly in a hamlet, at the end of a dead end road.

Ground floor: living room with big fire place, cobble stone floor (pise), stairs and doors onto the outside (66 m2), fitted kitchen with French windows onto a terrace and a door onto the courtyard (20 m2), WC.

1st floor: landing/corridor, 2 bedrooms one of them with a fire place (30, 10 m2), bathroom with bath, bidet, washbasin and WC.

2nd floor: big bedroom/bureau with boiler and immersion heater (30 m2), bedroom (20 m2).

Cottage/workshop (20 m2): with electricity and fire place.

Barn of 66 m2: with new roof and beams.

Bread oven, stone building without roof, pigeon tower.

Greenhouses (surface of 1400 m2, horticulture): can be disassembled.

Courtyard in front of the house.

Terrace next to the kitchen and terrace behind the house.

Landscaped garden, land and woodland: ground water (drill) and water for irrigation available.

The house is renovated and in good state. Insulated roof in good state. Stoner built walls. Windows with partially double glazing. Electricity correct. Central gas-fired heating, the gas tank is in the garden. Electric hot water immersion heater. Septic tank.

The house lies close to the village of St. Crepin et Carlucet. The famous Lascaux caves are at 20 km. Sarlat-la-Canada lies only at 14 km. Brive la Gaillarde, a nice tourist town, is 38 km away.

The rural region Perigord Noir lies in the east and south-east of the Dordogne department, in between the plains of the Acquitaine, the Quercy plateau and the south-west part of the Limousin. The region is settled around the valleys of the Dordogne river and the Vezere river, and got its name from the big, rather dark forests of evergreen oaks.

The climate is of the oceanic type, very moderate, thanks to the influence of the gulf stream. Continental influences make temperatures go down a bit in wintea.
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