Charming 2 Bed House in Dordogne, France

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Aquitaine, Dordogne, Sarrazac, France, Sarrazac (France)

2 Bedrooms · 1 Bathrooms · 92Floor area

€249,100

House

Parking

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms

92m²

Garden

No pool

Not furnished

Description

Allow me to introduce you to a delightful, well-maintained home located in Sarrazac, France, a lovely town in the beautiful Aquitaine region. With an asking price of €249,100, this unique property, surrounded by nearly 8,000 square meters of lush, green land, offers an ideal combination of rustic charm and modern amenities. Ready for immediate move-in, this house seamlessly blends tradition and comfort to create an authentic French living experience.

The house has been tastefully restored, maintaining its characteristic features while incorporating modern conveniences. With a total built area of 92m², as you walk into the house, you're greeted by an open plan living and dining room that flows into a well-appointed kitchen. Boasting French windows on the front and the side, this area is bathed in natural light, creating a warm and inviting environment. The side windows lead to a patio, paint a picturesque panorama of the surrounding countryside, a perfect spot to unwind and relax.

The house features:
- Two sizable bedrooms
- Large fully-equipped kitchen
- Open plan living and dining area
- A useful utility room
- A massive barn with tremendous potential
- Lovely Patio
- An expansive open layout upstairs, with permission for two more bedrooms and a bathroom

This impressive two-bedroom house also includes a utility room that connects the kitchen to the enormous barn, providing a wealth of storage options or potential for additional living spaces. Upstairs, a welcoming landing leads to a bright and modern bathroom with a skylight that frames a stunning view of the fields. This bathroom is equipped with a roll-top bath, separate shower, hand basin, and WC.

Experience the authentic French lifestyle in Sarrazac, a charming and peaceful hamlet located in the Dordogne region of Aquitaine. Known for its fairytale-like Château de Jumilhac, the area is a popular destination for tourists, especially during the summer months. If you love exploring, this region is perfect for you. With walking trails winding through historic villages, picturesque lake beaches for swimming, and fishing lakes, there's a wide variety of attractions available. With Sarrazac's rolling green landscapes, it's truly a slice of paradise.

Sarrazac's climate holds a distinctive charm. It enjoys a temperate maritime climate, which means that it boasts moderate and relatively gentle weather throughout the year. Summers are nice and warm, but not excessively hot, while winters are relatively mild. This makes it a great place to live year-round and is ideal for gardening enthusiasts.

Living in this house goes beyond occupying a space; it's relishing the joy of a serene lifestyle in a tranquil environment. Imagine starting your morning with the sweet chirping of birds and a lovely view of the sunrise over your vast property. Picture family gatherings on the patio, surrounded by nature or cozy winter evenings indoors. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to cultivate treasured memories in the land that accompanies the property. You'll find a small stream meandering through the greenery and an array of fruit trees.

Despite its traditional charm, this house is not stuck in the past. It has a new roof replete with felt insulation and zinc guttering, modernized electrics, and a recently installed septic tank. This ensures that you'll have minimal maintenance concerns for years to come.

Now, although the property is in a good state of repair, it contains an expansive open layout upstairs not included in the original 92m² space. This area has the potential to extend the living space according to your personal preferences. Pre-prepared with Velux windows, insulation, plasterboard, and authorization for a further two bedrooms and bathroom, this versatile space is a blank canvas, just awaiting your personal touch. Thus, the house offers you the opportunity to tailor it to suit your preferences and needs.

This charming house in Sarrazac, France, ticks all the boxes: location, comfort, potential, and elegance. It's more than just a property – it is a retreat, a sanctuary, and a potential dream home come true. Living here means enjoying French country living at its best, with easy access to local amenities and attractions. The major renovations have been done, now it's your opportunity to put your stamp on it. This place is an incredible value—you will not want to miss it.

Details

Amount of bedrooms
2
Size
92
Price per m²
€2,708
Garden size
7986
Has Garden
Yes
Has Parking
Yes
Has Basement
No
Condition
good
Amount of Bathrooms
1
Has swimming pool
No
Property type
House
Energy label

Unknown

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Set high above the Dordogne Valley, in the tranquil charm of a small hamlet near the historic and picturesque town of Limeuil, resides a hidden gem yearning to be rediscovered. This enchanting 4-bedroom house, built in the year 1895 from the durable stone of the region, is a proud testament to the timeless allure of French country living. Lovingly spread across two levels, the house offers approximately 140 m2 of habitable space. The ground floor features a spacious L-shaped living room, which, measuring at an impressive 48 m2, is the heart of the home - a place where daily life unfolds with leisure and ease. This level also includes a functional kitchen, a cosy bedroom, and a full bathroom, along with a conveniently located toilet. The first floor of the house is accessed via a large landing that leads to an additional 3 charming bedrooms. The potential for growth and personalization is plentiful, with a sizeable attic that awaits your touch. A securely attached garage offers a practical solution for parking or additional storage space. While the house overall is in good condition, it yearns for an update. It's an exciting opportunity people from abroad who are looking to complete their dream of living in France. The property's renovation potential is endless, graciously allowing you to imprint your style to create a personalized haven. The house boasts some notable features including: - Spacious interior with unique design potential - Additional garage for convenient storage or parking - A generous plot of approximately 2000 m2 - An outdoor swimming pool for leisure-filled afternoons. Main features of the property: - Stone house - Spacious L-shaped living room - Comfortable bedrooms - Full bathroom - Kitchen - Attached garage - Outdoor swimming pool Life in Limeuil, Aquitaine offers life-enriching experiences for its residents. This ancient town, located at the confluence of the Dordogne and Vézère rivers, is recognized as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Its steep, narrow and winding streets lined with medieval houses lead to breathtaking panoramic views of the rivers. In addition to the striking natural beauty surrounding Limeuil, the town boasts an impressive history, with stunning architectural sites dating back to the Middle Ages. Residents also enjoy a delightful selection of local shops, cozy bistros, and inspiring art galleries within the vicinity. The climate in this area offers an enticing mix of warm, sunny summers and cool, mild winters, much like the typical temperate weather of south-west France. As such, it's the perfect setting for those who appreciate the changing beauty of the seasons, with outdoor activities being a year-round option, from river fishing and hiking to truffle hunting and wine tasting. Living in a house has its own charms and benefits too. It offers a sense of independence, privacy, and a greater sense of control over one's living environment. Houses often come with garden spaces, which opens up a whole realm of home-life pleasures, from barbecuing and outdoor entertaining to gardening or simply enjoying the quiet beauty of nature. With an investment of €212,000, the right owners can transform this beautiful house into a real dream home. It's an ideal retreat or investment for someone looking to experience the perennial charm and natural splendor of the Dordogne region in particular, and the French landscape as a whole.

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Introducing a charming 3-bedroom house perfectly nestled in the idyllic region of Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne, in the tranquil village of Montbarla, France. This is more than just a home, it's an enchanting retreat where the wonders of nature and calm comfort collide. Benefiting from the picturesque landscape, the property is set in a stunning hinterland surrounded by a quaint small river teeming with fish and its charming private beaches, accessible by an atmospheric ancient stone bridge. With such access to nature’s own delightful splash pool, there’s no need for a conventional swimming pool. Encompassing a spacious 170 square metres, the main house offers elegant open plan living at its finest. On the ground floor, discover a modern kitchen, complete with travertine flooring, built-in appliances and sleek granite worktops, seamlessly merged with a generously sized living area. Both the sitting room and the kitchen come with their own log burning stoves, creating an enchanting and cosy ambience. For efficient comfort, the house is equipped with hot and cold heating of pompe à chaleur type and double glazing. Features and Amenities: - 3 Bedrooms - 2 Bathrooms - Open Plan Living Space - Modern Kitchen - Travertine Flooring - Built-in Appliances - Granite Worktops - Log Burning Stoves - Heat Pump System - Double Glazing - Terrace - Garage/Workshop - Garden(1-hectare area) The property echoes the charm of the mid-19th century through its construction from stone and brick. It brilliantly preserves the period elements, showcasing exposed stone walls and wooden beams, all presented in excellent condition. Beyond the house itself, the spectacular iron entrance and a garage/workshop further enhance the property's appeal. The location is simply delightful. Montbarla is a peaceful village, steeped in history and culturing serenity, embracing tranquillity at its heart. The house is set amidst delightful gardens scattered with established trees, spread over one hectare, and showcases an outdoor terrace, presenting the perfect spot to enjoy lazy afternoons in the warmth of the French sun. Just a leisurely 10-minute drive from the house will take you to the thriving town of Lauzerte, a place of remarkable beauty, listed among the country's most attractive villages and navigating the historical routes of the Camino de Compostela. The village boasts a weekly market held in the main square, lined with inviting cafés, and a lively community hosting a plethora of cultural art and music events all year round. Educational needs are well met with a primary school and college in the village. A further 15-minute drive away, find the quaint market town of Moissac. The typical French climate in Tarn-et-Garonne is described best as comfortable and temperate, the Summers are warm, and the winters are mild. Fall in love with the area's diverse landscapes, from vine-touched valleys to dramatic gorges and seemingly endless sunflower fields. This is France at its unspoilt best. With Toulouse being only a mere hour away, enjoy the convenience of being near this vibrant city with its international airport and rich cultural scene, while still preserving your idyllic countryside living experience. Priced at €295,000, this property offers a peaceful rural lifestyle for those looking to escape in the beauty of Midi-Pyrénées. This enchanting house could be an excellent holiday home or a tranquil forever home, brimming with character and charm. Its excellent condition makes it ready for instant enjoyment, and the potential to put your personalised touch on it is limitless. With a resplendent appeal frozen in time and modern comfort at heart, this house is truly a find for those in search of an idyllic lifestyle. Craft endless precious memories, experience rural France at its best, and cherish every day in this little piece of paradise.

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Nestled in the idyllic French town of Treignac, in the heart of the Corrèze department in the region of Limousin, this beautifully refurbished two-bedroom stone house offers a touch of serenity, relaxation, and the quintessential French lifestyle. Constructed initially in the 1960s, this charming detached property has been meticulously revamped from the ground up in 2016. It now stands as a contemporary dwelling, complete with revamped plumbing, electrics, double glazing and shutters, insulation, as well as a newly installed kitchen and bathroom modifications. What previously stood as a standard house in the older decade is now a modern bijou residence in the present era. Thus, offering a dwelling suitable for individuals seeking a feel of the past with the comfort of the present. The main entrance leads you into a considerable hallway that further opens into a fully fitted kitchen and dining room. The flexible design of the kitchen integrates a removable island which can be quickly replaced with a table and chair set depending on your preferences. It also features a range cooker poised to facilitate your culinary exploits. Adjacent to the kitchen is a comfortable living room that offers unparalleled views of the charming Treignac countryside from a lovely balcony. The house comprises two bedrooms of decent size, optimally designed to offer a calming environment for your rest and relaxation. The bathroom is well-appointed with a bath and hand-held shower, sink and WC. An open plan room of approximately 60 square meters occupies the first floor. Currently functioning as a main living area and a music studio, this room boasts double insulation, exposed beams, and excellent wooden flooring. The space can be easily reconfigured to accommodate an additional bedroom or ensuite while leaving vast room for other creative or lifestyle uses. The basement is accessible from within the house or from the outside and currently houses a laundry room and a double garage currently purposed as a games room. The house sits in the middle of a lush 2021 square meter private garden characterized by a flat terrace with an above-ground pool, and an extended orchard area. The garden can be left in its natural state or groomed depending on your preference. The property is not overlooked, guaranteeing complete privacy. A list of key amenities include: - Double glazing with shutters - Economic electric radiators - Possibility to be sold fully furnished - Mains drainage Property features: - 2 bedrooms - 1 bathroom - Open plan music studio/living room - Fitted Kitchen/dining room - Living room with balcony - Basement with laundry room and double garage Treignac is a picturesque town steeped in culture and history with a beautiful Lake located a mere 2 minutes’ drive away. Everyday necessities are at your convenience with Intermarché supermarket reachable within the same timeframe. The cozy bars of Treignac are also within just a 10-minute walk. The region boasts a temperate climate with warm summers and moderately cold winters, making it a fantastic living choice year-round. The region is ideal for those who enjoy a slow-paced, relaxed lifestyle, far from the hustle and bustle of big cities. The local community is welcoming, creating a friendly atmosphere filled with shared meals, festivals, and cultural activities. Living in this house, you will be enveloped in the tranquility and peace of rural French life, with modern comforts at your fingertips. The home is a testament to the blend of traditional aesthetics and contemporary living, perfect for buyers seeking a unique mix. \[NOTE: Any necessary renovations are up to the discretion of the homeowner, however, it currently stands in good condition.] This beautiful house is hoping for new owners to make fond memories in it. Seize this opportunity to own a piece of majestic Treignac at the listed price of €235,000. Experience a perfect blend of scenic outdoor living and indoor luxury, a testament to comfortable living in the French countryside.

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Introducing an inviting and traditional house located in the heart of the scenic Thenon, France. This lovely residence offers the cozy experience of French suburban dwelling, brought to life by its perfect blend of private seclusion and accessibility to the delightful provisions of the town. With approximately 130 m² of comfortable living space, the house accommodates three bedrooms, two spacious and well-styled bathrooms, a warm and inviting living room adorned with a charming brick fireplace, and a suitably arranged kitchen area. Two of the bedrooms are conveniently situated on the ground floor, while the third room and a potential additional room waits discovery upstairs, alongside an attic that presents an intriguing opportunity for conversion. Whether it be a dedicated study, an artist's loft, or another bedroom, the opportunities for personalization are indeed exciting. On the outside, this property sits on an expansive flat encased in approximately 5570 m² of private land. This provides an enormous potential for outdoor activities, gardening, or just taking in the relaxing tranquility that the surroundings offers. Furthermore, the house has a detached workshop/garage capable of a variety of uses. When considering the lovely area of Thenon, it's important to note that this property is advantageously located near a village that sports all essential amenities. Whether it's for your daily groceries, a lazy afternoon coffee at a local café, or visiting the library, everything is but a leisure walk away. Bullet points of amenities within the town: - Supermarket - Post office - Cafes and bakeries - Local library - Medical facilities Features of the property: - Approximately 130m² of living space. - Three bedrooms. - Two well-appointed bathrooms. - An inviting living room featuring a traditional fireplace. - Utilitarian kitchen. - Easy conversion option of attic space into an additional room. - An outside workshop/garage. - Enclosed private land of approximately 5570m² Situated in the charming and historic Dordogne region of southern France, Thenon is known for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. Blessed with warm summers, cool winters, and moderate rainfall throughout the year, this location offers the perfect conditions for wine-growing, making it a paradise for wine lovers. Added to this, the house's location sets it in the epicenter of French history and culture. With many historic venues, art and music festivals, farmer's markets, and culinary delights to offer, living in Thenon is like being on a permanent vacation. Whether you love outdoor pursuits, or prefer a more laid-back lifestyle, this house, in this location, can cater for it all. Living in a house offers the ultimate in personal space, seclusion, and the ability to stamp your own identity on every corner. With the charm of this traditional French house, coupled with Thenon's history and colorful scenery, you will undoubtedly experience a wholesome, relaxed, and fulfilling lifestyle. Emitting a good condition overall, this home is a smart acquisition for those seeking a taste of tranquil and authentic French living. Price: 286,200 Euros As the next steward of this wonderful property, you have the unique opportunity to keep the charming elements in place, while still making it your own dream abode. Regardless of where you are in the world, your dream of owning a piece of the French countryside could be a reality with this golden opportunity.

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Situated in the heart of the enchanting Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, near Saint Pardoux la Rivière, France, is a traditional stone-built house, bursting with potential and awaiting a loving new owner. Absorb the rustic charm of a home that dates back to 1850 while enjoying the comforts of a fully renovated interior, providing a delightful blend of historical character and modern convenience. This three-bedroom house is nestled in approximately nine acres of lush greenery and vibrant gardens, offering an unrivaled sense of privacy and tranquility. Ancient trees, resilient foliage, and sprawling landscapes offer the perfect backdrop for the home and potential equestrian activities, making this an extra appealing offer. With a staggering 173 m2 of light-filled and airy living space, this house promises a comfortable family lifestyle. The ground floor of the residence features a large living room, impressively spanning 60 m². Light floods in through the expansive windows and plays off the gleaming tiles resting underfoot, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance. Fitted with an equipped kitchen, this space is the heart of the home, perfect for hosting friends or family gatherings. A family bathroom and a separate WC, along with a practical cellar and boiler room, complete the ground floor area. Venture up to the first floor to discover three generously proportioned bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom offers an en suite shower room and a dressing room, ensuring a private retreat within your own home. With extra space, the bedrooms can also be converted into a study or home office. Property Features: - Three spacious bedrooms - Two bathrooms, one en suite - Attached garage - Courtyard parking area - Land and garden approximating 36,000 m² (8.9 acres) - Fitted and equipped kitchen - Garden access from living area Living in the Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine is a dream come true for those yearning for a life away from the hustle and bustle of city living. Known for its lush vineyards, medieval castles, and idyllic landscapes, life here is peaceful and slow-paced, allowing residents to truly appreciate the beauty around them. The market town of Saint Pardoux la Rivière is a stone's throw away from the property, offering a selection of shops and amenities. There is a welcoming, tight-knit community in the town, creating a family-friendly atmosphere. The house is in close proximity to local schools, health facilities, and outdoor recreational areas, enhancing the appeal for families. In terms of climate, Nouvelle-Aquitaine enjoys a mild temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters. The rainfall is moderate, making it a suitable region for outdoor activities all year round. Living in a house of such grandeur and tradition offers a unique lifestyle. Whether it's enjoying a cozy winter night by the fireplace, summer barbecues in the lush garden, or simply basking in the overwhelming sense of space, there's something incredibly special about residing in such a unique place. Take note, some exterior finishing touches may be necessary to complete the charm of this property. Priced at €294,000, the property is offering an exceptional deal for investment, especially considering its potential as an equestrian property. Come, find comfort and charm in the heart of France, and make history by fortifying your family's future in this substantial and character-filled home.

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Welcome to a charming, spacious and comfortable 4-bedroom house located in the idyllic area of Juvigny-Le-Tertre, situated in the Manche region of France. This delightful property makes the perfect family home or vacation retreat while providing an exceptional opportunity for investment. At 171 square meters, the house offers space, comfort and convenience with plenty of elements to please its potential owners. Moreover, the condition of the property is good and guarantees a quality French living experience. The house hosts an entrance area leading to a fitted kitchen, a cozy living room adorned with a fireplace, a shower room, a toilet, and a utility room on the ground floor. The ground floor also features a bedroom providing single-level convenience. The upper floor houses an additional three bedrooms and a bathroom, offering plenty of space for a growing family or for hosting guests. Additional features: - Courtyard accommodating two cars (Approx. 50m2) - Outbuildings - Land space of 8310 m2 - Double garage in the basement - Basement also features a boiler room and a cellar - PVC joinery with roller shutters - Central heating powered by geothermal energy - Septic sanitation system Living in Juvigny les Vallées presents the perfect balance of a peaceful rural life with the convenience of modern amenities. The community is small but vibrant with friendly residents who will make you feel immediately welcome. Shopping for daily provisions is available in nearby Sourdeval, which is home to various shops, boutiques, bakeries, and eateries. For those who love being surrounded by nature, you'll be pleased to find numerous outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The English Channel is also in close proximity, making a day trip to the beach an excellent option. The climate in this region is generally mild with four distinct seasons, making it a perfect location to enjoy seasonal beauty throughout the year. The winters are cool but not extreme, and summers are pleasantly warm. Living in a house in France offers a unique experience that is both memorable and pleasurable. It presents an opportunity to embrace the tranquility of the countryside, the splendor of historic architecture, and the richness of French cuisine, all while being a part of a warm, inviting community. Juvigny les Vallées is an enchanting region, rich in history and culture. It is home to numerous historic sites including castles, religious monuments, and ancient water mills. If you are a history enthusiast, you will also find many fascinating museums in the area. The amazing Mont Saint Michel, a popular tourist attraction, is also within reach. The property would benefit from a few personal touches to transform it into your dream home. With its unique blend of charm, comfort, space, and location, this property offers endless possibility for any discerning buyer. No doubt, this is more than just a house; it's your entry point to a delightful French lifestyle. The asking price is 234,000 Euros.

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Introducing a four-bedroom house located in the countryside commune of Caunay, in the region of Poitou-Charentes, situated in western France. This beautiful and distinguishing house is tucked away in a delightful rural hamlet, offering a tranquil setting and peace of mind. Despite the rural atmosphere, the small and vibrant market town is only a short drive away, promising you the best of both worlds. The house has been thoughtfully renovated and updated; the result is both elegant and versatile, maintaining its original charisma with exposed beams and stone walls. The living space measures a generous 191 square metres featuring two floors. The ground floor welcomes you with a central hallway which leads you to elements of a well-designed house: - A downstairs WC with an integrated laundry area - A farmhouse-style kitchen and dining room that opens onto a covered terrace - A spacious sitting room, perfect for lounging or hosting - An ensuite bedroom, complete with a luxury shower As you ascend the elegant staircase, you will notice the stunning galleried landing granting access to: - Two sizable double bedrooms - A family bathroom - A superior master bedroom suite, tastefully accompanied by an open plan en-suite bathroom. The suite includes a grand walk-in shower, twin basins, and a partitioned WC for privacy. One of the significant features of the house is the attached barn, providing abundant storage for vehicles and garden tools. The barn is segmented into a boiler room and a separate workshop area with a mezzanine. Despite the antique appearance, this house is modernly equipped. It boasts double-glazed windows and oil-fired central heating, and wood-burning stoves, ensuring you stay cozy during the chilly French winters. The summer months in Caunay are beautifully warm, and the house's traditional stone structure provides a refreshing coolness. Accessing the house via a gated entrance from the quiet lane, you will enter a fully enclosed mature garden. The attractive landscaping beautifully complements the exterior of the house. The well-maintained lawn includes a vegetable spot perfect for those with a green thumb. The covered terrace, directly extending from the kitchen, presents an excellent dining opportunity to enjoy the pleasant climate and the scenic view. Life in Caunay, surrounded by expansive fields and scenic landscapes, can be described as a perfect blend of serenity and community spirit, offering a unique country lifestyle away from the hustle of city life. However, you are still within reach of necessary amenities offered by the nearby market town, introducing you to French gastronomy and a chance to mingle with the locals. The climate in this region is a temperate maritime one. The winters are mild but can be a bit wet, and the summers are warm, ideal for engaging in outdoor activities or enjoying French wines on your patio. Overall, this house in Caunay, offers a delightful opportunity to experience a true French countryside lifestyle, with a balance of tranquillity and engagement. Its generous space and charming character make this house perfect for a family or those looking for a peaceful retreat. The property is listed for 289,000 Euros. It boasts a good condition and offers room for customisation to transform this house into your personal haven. Living inside of this house isn't about luxury; it's about a unique, appealing lifestyle. The characterful yet tasteful renewals have struck a balance between maintaining traditional charm and providing modern comforts. This house is ready and waiting for you to bring your personal touch and love. Embrace the peacefulness, breathe the clean rural air, and cherish the sense of community this unique opportunity offers.

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Delve into the serene beauty of French countryside by revealing the charm of this newly built single-story house located in the captivating area of Normandy, specifically in Montfort-sur-Risle in Eure. Striving to invite the serenity of nature into indoor spaces, this property is a dream destination for those looking for a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life. This two-bedroom haven is set against the backdrop of Normandy's lush greenery, truly a blissful residence with an added taste of French sophistication. Constructed in 2021, the 85 square meter house follows PMR standards which reflects a considerate planning for accessibility. Graced with DPE A energy efficiency rating, this house combines the convenience of modern living and environmental responsibility. Imagine the tranquility encapsulated in a tranquil corner lot extending over 2220 square meters, welcoming you with a large, bright living area highlighted by a sophisticated wood stove, perfect for cozy winter nights. Further showcasing its open spaces, the living room leads to an impressive 40 square meter terrace fitted with an awning, an added convenience for occasions where you need sun protection or wish to enjoy rainy afternoons while staying dry. This area then seamlessly transitions into a highly functional open-plan kitchen featuring a central island, topped with an easily adjustable hob and sink, offering an inviting space to prepare delectable meals. Among its prime features are: - A master bedroom included with a sleek dressing room and a French window showcasing the scenic beauty of a south-facing garden. - A second bedroom constructed with attention to providing comfort. - A spacious bathroom with a double washbasin and a walk-in shower. - Enabling optimum energy efficiency through double glazing windows and electric shutters. - Enclosed garden embellished with a grand outbuilding accompanied by a terrace provides an open view of nature's marvels. - Heating provision through a heat pump and realized through a wood stove. - An up-to-standard sanitation septic tank system. - Water softener installation ensuring the health and longevity of your pipes and appliances. The property resides in the picturesque village of Montfort-sur-Risle, unspoiled by time and rich with history. It's less than 10 minutes away from Pont Audemer, known as the Venice of Normandy, and offers easy access to the A13 motorway, offering the best balance between countryside serenity and city's convenience. From fine local shops to renowned high schools, every amenity is just a stone's throw away from your doorstep. Residing in this part of France also brings all four seasons to your doorstep, with a warm yet pleasant summer, a colorful and crisp autumn, a cold and cozy winter and a bright and blossoming spring. The Maritime climate of Normandy, while could be perceived as temperate and unpredictable at times, provides an ever-changing yet captivating backdrop to your new home. Taking up residence in Normandy also implies an invigorating rural lifestyle filled with local farmers' markets, traditional festivals, equestrian activities, and unending sights of orchards and pastoral landscapes on a daily basis. This house, in its excellent condition, stands ready to welcome you with its modern, yet locally inspired architecture, presenting an abode fitting for those who are in search of both adventure and tranquility. At an investment of €267,000, immerse yourself in the French way of life with this perfect blend of culture, nature, and modernity. Please remember that all fees are already included in the property's listed price. Home is not just a place; it is a feeling, and this house in Normandy is sure to feel like home. Indulge in the comfortable, serene, environmentally conscious, and rich lifestyle offered by this property tucked in the serene locality of Montfort-sur-Risle.

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Introducing an enchanting 19th-century chateau nestled in the heart of the Perigord Vert in Excideuil, Aquitaine, France. With a rich history dating back to over 150 years of the same family stewardship, this estate resonates with a timeless charm and grandeur. The recently refurbished estate showcases the very finest local craftsmanship and quality fittings while prudently retaining its classic allure. The 440 square meter chateau building welcomes you with its generously proportioned reception hall, leading you to a modern, fully-equipped kitchen that emphasizes functionality while retaining its original stone countertops. The ground floor also features a tower room and three elegant reception rooms, each with French doors that graciously open onto a south-facing terrace. Completing the ground floor is a sizable laundry room, a discreet WC and a quiet office space. Retaining the original aesthetics of the estate, the central passageway harmoniously integrates both wings of the house and enchants with its period covings and architraves. The grandeur of the house flows into the first floor with a spiral staircase guiding you to four large double bedrooms, each furnished with modern en-suite bathrooms. A dedicated housekeeping room is located on this level offering ample storage for linen and towels. Ascend to the second floor to discover a large central reception area, flanked by two stunning penthouse suites. Each opens onto secure terraces offering heavenly panoramic views of the verdant countryside offering a tranquil retreat to the residents. A short distance from the main building, the guardian's cottage has been meticulously restored. It includes a large modern fitted kitchen/diner, a cozy lounge with a stone fireplace, along with two spacious bedrooms, each having its own fitted modern bathroom. The cottage also boasts a private garden and its entertaining area, ensuring exclusive privacy to its residents. Château amenities: - Heated swimming pool - South-facing terrace - Secure panoramic terraces - Home office - Laundry Room - Cinema and recreation area - Workshops and additional office space in a two-storied barn - Private garden Property Features: - 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms - Total size: 440 sq.m. - 19th-century architecture and modern renovations - Full double-glazing and fibre internet connections Apart from the fine living experience, the real charm of this property lies in the idyllic lifestyle of the Perigord Vert. Known for its green countryside, striking landscapes, rich history, and inviting communities, you have a setting steeped in French culture and traditions. Moreover, residing in the beautiful region of Aquitaine, the weather is varied but generally mild, offering warm, extended summers. The estate also houses a spacious barn that offers a versatile space and can be redesigned to match the residents' needs. The château is conveniently situated close to the village amenities like local shops, cafés, and a bustling market that offers local produce. Moreover, it offers easy access to international airports of both Bergerac and Limoges. The property is not just an opulent lifestyle choice but a fair investment at €1,498,100. For those who appreciate historical grandeur paired with modern conveniences and the allure of the French countryside, this chateau offers a unique opportunity to enjoy an enchanting lifestyle in a captivating corner of France.

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This cozy abode tucked away in the hilly landscape of Aquitaine, Dordogne in the charming hamlet of Saint-Priest-les-Fougères, France beckons you to a world of tranquillity and old-world charm. Built of native granite, this four-bedroom manor house bears the mark of the luscious, rolling Perigord region, exuding an allure that has drawn people to it from ages unknown. A home where the warmth of the stonework and the charm of the setting unite to present an authentic, rich residential experience. Being in Saint-Priest-les-Fougères means belonging to a history dating from far back as the 12th century. The manor house itself is an exquisite tribute to the town's heritage, boasting of design elements unique to green Perigord architecture. The house radiates a warm historical vibe, owing to its impressive ceiling heights of over 3 meters on both levels, which instill a sense of grandeur and reverence. The property spans a manageable 250 square meters and comes complete with a library-adjoined lounge, an artist's lounge, an office, four spacious bedrooms and a well-equipped bathroom. The aesthetics of this accommodation are amplified by the solid oak parquet flooring and magnificent exposed beams, speaking volumes of the enduring resilience of this beloved homestead. One of the most recognizable features of the area is the Perigord Limousin natural park nestled within a stone's throw from the manor. From the bounds of your serene one-hectare enclosed park, you can feast your senses on the magnificent views of charming French countryside melding seamlessly with the dense forest of the natural park. The property also houses an outbuilding of 200 square meters, complete with a workshop - a generous space that you can flexibly adapt to any of your needs. A unique feature is the small body of water contained within the land, teeming with natural fauna and flora, further amplifying the idyllic charm of the surroundings. Living in this picturesque town of Saint-Priest-les-Fougères is like stepping back into simpler times, merging the comforts of modern living with the history, traditions, and natural beauty of the surroundings. It has a mild climate all year round, with warm but not too hot summers, and cool but not freezing winters. The property asking price stands at 465,000 Euros which reflects its solid condition and appealing features: - Authentic Manor house built with native granite cladding - Over 3 meters ceiling height on both levels - Solid oak parquet flooring - An atmosphere resonating with history - Lounge/living room in-built with a library - Office space with plenty of room - Four spacious bedrooms with individual character - Outbuilding of 200m2 area with workshop - Enclosed park of nearly one hectare - A small body of natural water replete - Stunning views of the Perigord Limousin natural park - A workshop capable of supporting various needs and projects - A well equipped with fresh, clean water This house isn't just a living space; it's a statement of personal aesthetics. Here, life isn't rushed; it's to be savored one blissful moment at a time. For lovers of history, peace and tranquillity, and nature-inspired living, this beautiful manor house is nothing short of a dream come true. Experience vibrant French history within the comforts of home and get inspired by nature daily. This idyllic manor house in Saint-Priest-les-Fougères awaits you, to build memories that will last a lifetime.

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Introducing a delightful, four-bedroom detached residence nestled in the heart of Aquitaine, Dordogne, Lanouaille, France. This well-maintained property presents a unique opportunity for those seeking an idyllic lifestyle in the French countryside. Known for its beauty and tranquillity, this home is sure to appeal to live-in owners and investors alike. Set amidst lush green fields, the home is enveloped by a charming garden, a bi-product of the former owners' horticultural passion. This has resulted in a diverse array of distinct plants and trees adorning the estate, enriching the endearing appeal of the property. The home itself is part of a tranquil cul-de-sac, one of only two houses in the vicinity, thereby establishing a strong sense of privacy and exclusivity. The property boasts a fully registered, bio apple orchard, a testament to the lush, fertile quality of the land. Despite this peaceful ambiance, the convenience of modern living is not compromised. The property is less than a mile away from the nearest supermarket, whilst the friendly local village is a short 1.5 kilometers away with plenty of amenities. Amenities: - Bank - Post office - Bakery - Pharmacy - Hairdresser - Restaurants and Bars - Florist - Superb brand-new medical centre Features: - 4 spacious bedrooms - French doors leading onto a balcony overlooking the garden - Large convertible loft - Fully double-glazed - Gas central heating - Wood-burning stove in the living room - Exposed oak beams - Wood floors - Open hangar This warm and welcoming home also provides the attractive possibility of converting the ample loft space into additional rooms. The large attic comes with French doors leading out onto a grand balcony with inviting views of the garden, ideal for those tranquil summer evenings. Built in 1999 by a carpenter, the home comes replete with delightful oak beams exposed in every room, adding character to the homely ambiance and enhancing the overall appeal of the property. The original carpentry includes elegant wood floors, all aspects of which have been meticulously maintained. The location is a versatile and vibrant one, with several bustling tourist towns nearby, such as Excideuil and Saint Yrieix la Perche. Further afield, the principal town of Perigueux is a mere 45 minutes’ drive offering a more city-like ambiance compared to the quieter local area. For nature lovers, a large lake with beautiful walks and a beach of its own lies just 10km away. Due to the property's size and location, it boasts potential as a "Bed and Breakfast" business. Although the house has the aesthetically pleasing look of a classic Perigourdine style, it also enjoys the energy efficiency of a more recent build. Stepping outside, an open hangar offers ample parking space, whilst the expansive fields (a massive 1.6 hectares) are ideal for keeping animals. However, for those concerned about the sizeable patch of land, there is an arrangement with a local farmer who is currently tending these fields. Living in Lanouaille offers the best of both worlds, a quiet and timeless rural charm combined with access to modern facilities and amenities. The home and the significant land it occupies are priced at €349,950. This well-cared-for home is an excellent opportunity for the right buyer, holding plenty of potential for further development and expansion.

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Tucked away in the verdant arms of Aquitaine, Dordogne, nestled in the quaint commune of Thiviers, France, stands an impressive 5-bedroom house, a model of modern convenience married with charming traditional accents. This commanding property is an excellent opportunity for overseas investors interested in discovering the delights of French rural living or seeking a sizable home with the potential for a gite business venture. Ensconced within a generous 8139m² plot, the freestanding, double-glazed barn conversion offers a total built area of 140m², complemented by a 30m² living area, offering the perfect canvas for your dreams. The structure retains its authentic appeal, a nod to its pastoral roots, while incorporating the luxuries of modern living. Housing amenities include: - Spacious open living space - Newly fitted kitchen - 4 bathrooms, with ensuite facilities for the main bedrooms - French windows opening to a deck and offering countryside views - A mezzanine level office and dress room - Additional storage space The main converted barn embodies bright, airy, and open-plan living. French windows invite the outside in, leading to a decked area overlooking the tranquil garden and rolling countryside beyond - a perfect setting for al fresco dining. Within the barn, two separate staircases lead to the bedrooms, a dressing room, and ensuite bathrooms. All upstairs rooms boast tranquil views of the neighboring fields. Adjacent to the primary living space, there are two separate buildings offering further living quarters. The vintage farmhouse, recently renovated with a new kitchen, unfolds into another open-plan living space. With one bedroom on the ground floor and another on the first, this ancillary accommodation is sold fully furnished and garnished by a garden. A second smaller structure houses a bedroom and shower room, with a patio for outdoor relaxation. The property features include: - Additional 120m² barn used as a workshop and wood store - Vegetable growing area - Above ground swimming pool - Stream running through open meadow - Private gardens with views over the countryside Venture outside, and the outdoor spaces do not disappoint. Fenced open meadows are ideal for grazing animals, while the mainly lawned gardens and thriving vegetable patch promise tranquil afternoons in the sun. An above-ground swimming pool crowns the property, providing a cool refuge on balmy summer days. The charming town of Thiviers is located in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France, known for its mild, oceanic climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Its location offers the beautiful vineyards of Bordeaux to the west and the scenic Dordogne River to the north, making it the perfect base for exploring the rich cultural and natural heritage the region has to offer. Thiviers is merely 10 minutes away, with its award-winning weekly market and a host of amenities, including a post office, bank, and supermarket. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, the area buzzes with walking trails, lakeside beaches, fishing spots, and castles ripe for exploration. The quiet beauty of this region is not only accessible but also easily reachable from Limoges or Bergerac airports, further enhanced by the presence of a train station at La Coquille just 5 minutes away. In conclusion, if you're looking for an investment or a French residence populated with character, space, potential, and convenience, the wait is over. At the attractive price of 349,800€, unlock the door to an abundant life, surrounded by the serene beauty of the French countryside.

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Welcome to a fantastic opportunity in the picturesque area of Aquitaine, Dordogne, Mayac, France - a true opportunity to create your dream home in a charming and authentic French setting. This property for sale is indeed a true gem found in the heart of France's most enchanting regions, just waiting for you to bring it to life. Enveloped by a sprawling plot of flat, wooded land that stretches approximately 3500 m2, the country house that sits within, is a genuine fixer-upper opportunity. Spanning an area of around 125 m2, the residence presently includes a kitchen, a welcoming living room, and three cosy bedrooms, along with a bathroom. It presents definite potential for transformation into a home that would perfectly suit your personal taste and preferences. Imagine yourself reviving this charming abode, putting your personal touch and unleashing your creative self. The house comes with an additional boon in the form of an adjoining outbuilding. This versatile space extends over approximately 200 m2 and could potentially serve as a garage, workshop, studio, or individual guest accommodation. Furthermore, historical features like a bread oven and an old pigsty add a definite character to the property, offering a glimpse into its rustic past. Key Features: - Country house of approximately 125 m2 - Flat, wooded land of approximately 3500 m2 - 3 bedrooms - 1 bathroom - Living room - Kitchen - Adjoining outbuilding of approximately 200 m2 - Bread oven and old pigsty - Great renovation potential Living in Mayac grants residents access to the best of both worlds. It is a tranquil, peaceful retreat, where life leisurely unfolds amidst the soothing splendour of nature. Yet, it is also conveniently close to the amenities of Savignac les Eglises that lie within a 5-minute distance, offering supermarkets, restaurants, and other essential services readily available. Mayac is a welcoming, friendly community with various recreational activities to partake in, including hiking, cycling, and fishing in the stunning surrounds. The changing seasons paint the landscape in charming hues, with vibrant summers and snowy winters, offering a delightful year-round experience. Moreover, the Dordogne region is a renowned culinary destination, with local markets frequently showcasing the best of regional produce - think truffle, foie gras, and the region's world-famous wines. In terms of climate, Mayac enjoys a generally mild and temperate climate. Summers here are warm, but comfortable, perfect for outdoor pursuits. Winters, on the other hand, are cooler, but not harsh, allowing for cozy, indoor living. It is ideal for those who enjoy experiencing the full range of seasonal changes. Buying this beautiful residence means investing in peace, privacy, and the possibility to create a splendid home in one of France's most enchanting regions. Whether you dream of a holiday home, a retirement haven, or an investment property, this house could indeed be the perfect canvas for your dream French lifestyle. Seize the opportunity to craft a unique living space that mirrors your aspirations while embarking on a journey to discover the bliss of French country living. This offer will entice the dreamers, the visionaries, and the doers who are eager to roll up their sleeves and bring this quaint abode back to life. Begin your property renovation adventure today by investing in this captivating house in Mayac, France - a dream waiting to be realized.

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Situated in the scenic, tranquil town of Savignac-les-Églises, Aquitaine, in the heart of France's Dordogne region, this house exudes irresistible French charm and unlimited potential. Just envision yourself as the owner of not one, but two lusciously-stoned cottages comprising a whopping total of four comfortable bedrooms, fitted kitchens, and two inviting bathrooms. Taking advantage of an ample 225 square meters, this expansive house comes at a palatable price point of €305,000. In recent years, Savignac-les-Égl.pises has primarily drawn the international spotlight for its quiet grandeur and unmatched serenity. The town is nestled in Dordogne, a region synonymous with idyllic landscapes, world-renowned cave art, and impeccable French gastronomy. As an overseas investor, this property offers a golden opportunity to bask in the rich heritage and culture of the Dordogne region while enjoying the peace and tranquillity of Savignac-les-Églises. Back to our featured property. The larger of the two cottages features a spacious double-height lounge with a light-filled mezzanine area above. Given the ample room, the mezzanine area can effortlessly be transformed into an extra accommodation space, taking note of the necessary permissions. The homes are currently distinct entities; however, the single brick partition on both levels facilitates their fusion into one unified living space if desired. For garden enthusiasts and hobbyists alike, you'll appreciate the two outbuildings that provide sufficient storage for garden furniture or wood that's perfect for those cozy winter nights. Adding to the property's appeal, the gardens stretch across a quarter of an acre, offering clear views of the green undulating landscapes around, a common sighting in Dordogne. The drainage system is well-established, utilizing 'fosse septiques.' The house also enjoys a dual mode of heating, both electric and gas. This property's features offer the elements of a dream French dwelling: - Four cozy bedrooms - Two fitted kitchens - Two welcoming bathrooms - Double-height lounge with a light-filled mezzanine area - Two separate outbuildings for storage - Generous garden space of approximately a quarter acre Living in the Dordogne region can be summed up in one word – enchanting. The climate tends towards a maritime influence, meaning mild winters and lovely, lengthy summers. It's an inviting area where nature thrives in every corner and food and wine are a religion. From the most significant Paleolithic art in Europe (the Lascaux caves, anyone?) to charming medieval and Renaissance chateaux, living here is like living inside a history book with tantalizing gastronomy as your daily food. The opportunities for this property are endless. Given the location's popularity among tourists, there's enormous potential for tourism-based rental. Furthermore, the proximity to a professional catering college provides an additional edge for accommodation rental. The house, in its current condition, exudes a warmth of a well-maintained home. However, with the right touch of creativity, it could be renovated to elevate its charm even further. So think of it as a beautiful canvas for your home owning dreams. In conclusion, whether as a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life or a profitable rental venture, this property in captivating Savignac-les-Églises is waiting for its new owner. Don't miss this golden investment opportunity. It's more than a structure; it's a lifestyle. Immerse yourself in the heart of French tradition, culture, and unlimited tranquility.

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This splendid 11-bedroom house is tucked away in the heart of Aquitaine, Dordogne, in the delightful quaint village of St-Saud-Lacoussière, France. Set against the backdrop of a plot size of 6981m² and a total built size of 515m², this residence aims to intrigue potential buyers desiring a blend of modernity and tradition, convenience, and tranquillity. Aureate sunlight streaming through French windows further illuminates this expanse of 50m² living area, adding another layer of vibrance to the entire setting. The main house, designed with an open plan, epitomizes modernity and brightness. The French windows open onto the veranda, offering views of the tranquil garden. A quiet haven away from the hustle and bustle, this house radiates tranquillity and elegance. Here is a nuanced look at the features this house offers: - Open plan living/dining and kitchen area - 2 double bedrooms - Wet room and family bathroom - Utility area - Mezzanine, accessible via stairs from the living room - Further room available as per need. In addition to the main household, the long independent stone building holds a secret of four separate dwellings while preserving the original character of the beams and stone walls seamlessly. The dwellings range from single-storey houses with open floor plans to one specifically designed with wheelchair access. Each one is restored tastefully, contributing to the overall aesthetic appeal of the entire property. Amid these buildings is a beautiful 12 x 6 meter swimming pool fortified with security fencing, offering residents an excellent way to unwind and recharge. The property is surrounded by mature gardens adorned with lush shrubs and trees, creating a large open space for children to frolic and play. Nestled between the dwellings is a commodious storage area meant for garden and terrace furniture, bedding, and pool accessories. This remarkable arrangement enhances both the aesthetics and utility of the place, besides presenting a promising business opportunity to the eventual owner. But the charm of this residence doesn't end within its boundary. The surrounding area creates an aura of rustic charm combined with plentiful recreational opportunities. The property is settled in a serene hamlet encircled by leafy forest areas, walking trails, and cycle-friendly country lanes. A short 10-minute drive can take you to a nearby village buzzing with several restaurants, small shops, and a swimming lake, ideating a perfect snapshot of the French rural life. Living in the Dordogne region, you will experience moderate temperatures, generally cool winters and mild summers. Expect occasional rainfall throughout the year with winters having a chance of snowfall. Summing up, this property offers an authentic French countryside charm along with the comfort of modern amenities. It serves not just as a private abode, but also as an opportunity for business, merging traditional architecture with modern fittings seamlessly. Also, its strategic location near local amenities and recreational spots makes it an ideal destination for overseas buyers. Price: 499,500€. Notary fees are extra.

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Presenting a unique opportunity for an overseas investor, nestled in the picturesque locale of Aquitaine, Dordogne, Saint-Saud-Lacoussière, France, is a captivating 3-bedroom farmhouse. This charming property exudes local character, blending seamlessly with the enveloping countryside, presenting a peaceful retreat. The farmhouse is in good condition, having been renovated in 2021, bestowed with double glazed windows all around. This improvement ensures you enjoy the surrounding countryside views throughout the seasons, while maintaining a comfortable interior temperature and substantial noise reduction. Stepping into the home, you are welcomed into a roomy and well-appointed kitchen, showcasing a generous kitchen island, a wood-fired Rayburn with a back boiler that proffers warmth to the radiators, and a separate gas cooker with an electric oven. Adjacent to the kitchen is a warm dining room, complete with a wood burner, extending further to a cozy sitting room furnished with another wood burner, offering the ideal respite during chilly winter evenings. The upper floor introduces an airy corridor leading to the primary bedroom, featuring exposed beams and serene countryside views. Two additional bedrooms and a bathroom equipped with a bath and shower complete the upstairs layout. Away from the main house, across the courtyard, lies the renovated old piggery now serving as an idyllic guest annex complete with a double bedroom and separate bathroom. The annex is installed with underfloor heating, providing additional comfort for your guests, and has the potential to be transformed into a studio gite, subject to necessary permissions. Property features: • 3 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • A spacious and well-designed kitchen with a gas stove, an electric oven, and a wood-fired Rayburn • Dining and living rooms each fitted with a wood burner • An annex with underfloor heating conducive for guests Outdoor amenities include a carport and a large barn complete with electricity. A well-functioning well highlights the property's sustainability features. With the bounty of a large vegetable garden and field at your disposal, farm-to-table cooking can become part of your daily lifestyle. Despite being tucked away in the verdant landscapes of Dordogne, you have the advantage of living two minutes away from a vibrant village. The village overflows with the French charm and offers all the conveniences - dining, shopping, schooling, and entertainment, ensuring a comfortable and fulfilling lifestyle. Saint-Saud-Lacoussière is known for its mild winters and warm summers, making it the perfect place for those who appreciate all four seasons but prefer milder conditions. Embrace a lifestyle in connection with nature while enjoying the comfort of modern living. This property offers something for everyone and has the potential to be transformed into your dream home, an artist's retreat, or a profitable holiday rental. Contact us today for viewing, and step into your own slice of French heaven.

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Welcome to beautiful Saint-Saud-Lacoussière, located in the stunning Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. Here is an exceptional opportunity to own a piece of authentic French countryside. Up for sale is a quaint and charming 2-bedroom cottage that dates back to the mid-1800s. This delightful residence is accompanied by an attached barn, a garage, and a separate outbuilding, all nestled within over one acre of lush gardens which provide beautiful views over the surrounding greenery. The cottage boasts 129 m² of ample living space, brimming with potential. There's an opportunity to extend and enrich the home subject to obtaining planning approval. Thankfully, the property is in good condition, meaning it's perfect for those looking to soak up the French way of life without the need for extensive renovations. The layout of the cottage includes an inviting entrance hall, a cozy living room with original wooden floors, exposed beams, a rustic fireplace, and a fitted wood-burning stove. There's also a snug sitting room or study, ideal for relaxing or pursuing interests. The kitchen is beautifully presented, featuring a fireplace with a wood-burning range. - Two bedrooms, both with wooden floors - One bathroom on the first floor - Ground Floor WC - Attached barn 80m² - Garage - Detached Outbuilding ideal for a studio or craft workshop - Large Garden of over 1 acre with picturesque countryside views Living in Saint-Saud-Lacoussière presents a unique opportunity to experience France's idyllic rural life. The village is known for its rich history, picturesque views, friendly locals, and its position on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route. Its setting in the heart of the Natural Regional Park Périgord Limousin means there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, including walking, horse riding, and fishing. The climate in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region is predominantly oceanic, meaning the summers are warm and the winters are mild, allowing residents to enjoy outdoor pursuits year-round. Saint-Saud-Lacoussière's location offers the best of both worlds—serene solitude whilst still being within easy reach of larger towns for shopping and other amenities. The market town of Nontron is nearby and is home to the oldest knife-making factory in France. Périgueux, a town famous for its gastronomy, especially foie gras and truffles, is also within reach. Bergerac airport, providing international flights, is roughly 90 mins away, making travel back and forth from your home country very convenient. Living in this house presents a unique blend of tranquil countryside living and charm with modern conveniences close at hand. The property is a perfect spot for those in search of peace and rural beauty, a true gem in the heart of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. For the affordable price of just €138,750, the enchanting lifestyle of Saint-Saud-Lacoussière could be yours. Capture the essence of French living in a rural, peaceful setting with this lovely cottage. Picture yourself waking up to the sweet birdsong, sipping your morning coffee overlooking the captivating views of the lush landscapes, and basking in the charm and serenity that this property offers. This could all be your reality. So, why wait? Start the next chapter of your life in this idyllic location. Secure your French country haven today.

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Experience a taste of the enchanting French countryside with this magnificent six-bedroom house, located near the quaint town of Champs-Romain, within the Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France. This house, nestled amidst serenity and staggeringly graceful landscapes, is a gem, restored to perfection while retaining its original charm. This unique property truly encapsulates the essence of life in France. Nestled within 11 acres of luscious, fertile grazing land, this property is wonderfully versatile, being a beacon for the lovers of nature, history, and equine activities. You can see the impeccable horseriding potential as you walk through the property, admiring the beauty of your own slice of Nouvelle-Aquitaine. The six-bedroom house features a fully renovated three-bedroom farmhouse dating from 1850, two one-bedroom cottages, and plenty of barns, stables, a garage, and even a workshop. Totaling 300 square meters of habitable space, every corner of this property exudes warmth and comfort with a nod to luscious French living. Amenities: - Central Heating - Fireplace - Open Plan Living Room - Covered Terrace - Barns and Stables - Workshop and Garage Property features: - Bountiful grazing land - Tranquil peaceful location - Monumental views Living in Champs-Romain, you'll experience life at a slower pace. This town and the surrounding Dordogne region is known for its rich culture and delectable gastronomy, marked by truffles, foie gras, and world-renowned wines. The region is dotted with medieval towns, château-dotted hillsides, sunflower fields, and picturesque country roads. Living here means enjoying a typical continental climate, with long, warm summers perfect for outdoor leisure and pottering in the kitchen trying out the region's unique recipes with local elements. Come winter, the cool weather is ideal for cozying up to a fireplace with a good book or a glass of the local red. The vibrant town of Nontron is just 15 minutes drive away, known for its weekly market, where local producers sell their freshly harvested produce or artisan-made delicacies. Nontron also boasts cafes, restaurants, trendy boutiques, and a strong artistic community. The year-round vibrant calendar offers the chance to immerse in local tradition, joyous festivals, music, and gourmet food events. This beautiful property currently contains two additional guest accommodation, earning year-long rental income. Further extending these cottages could be considered, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Imagine long summer evenings on the covered terrace, attentive to the peaceful silence that the countryside evenings offer. Winter days would be equally blissful, spent in the large open plan living room, made cozy with a fitted wood-burning stove. The journey to the first floor unveils three sumptuous bedrooms, with the master suite welcoming you with an en-suite shower room. Each room stands as a sanctuary, inviting you to unwind while wrapped in the serene ambiance of rural France. The addition of a family bathroom ensures all demands for comfort and convenience are met. The ground floor of the two-bedroom guest accommodation features an open-plan living room with a fitted kitchen. The upper level carries two double bedrooms and a family shower room with a toilet, a lovely cozy retreat for guests who decide to stay over. The cultivated rustic charm continues into the cottage guest accommodation, presenting an open plan living room, kitchen, and shower room with a WC. A covered terrace extends the living area for enchanting alfresco suppers under the French stars. Outbuildings provide good storage or working spaces, with two barns, a wooden barn, garage-workshop, and two stables all ensuring a home for every hobby or live-stock needs. They could, alternatively, offering possibilities of further accommodation to exploit the tourism potential in the area. Packed with potential and farmhouse charm, this home offers a unique opportunity to live a dream rural French life while earning regular rental income. This property invites you to experience the ultimate serene and peaceful French country life. Come and explore the many possibilities this unfathomable property holds, create a dream lifestyle in France.

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Welcome to the charming chateau village of Coussac Bonneval located halfway between Limoges and Brive in the picturesque country of France. Handily located within a 10-minute drive from the bustling market town of St Yrieix La Perche, this stunning locale has an array of amenities such as a hospital, sports centre, secondary school, and train station, making it the ideal place to settle down. Nestled within Coussac Bonneval's tranquil residential neighborhood, we present a pleasing 2-bedroom house. This house is ideally situated just a short and easy walk from an abundance of local shops, including two delightful bakeries, a grocery shop, a quality butcher, two hairdressers, a garden centre, and a post office. It’s a place of conveniences, but what’s more, with its primary school in hand's reach, it is an ideal setting for raising a family. This pavilion-style 90 sqm property is built over a full basement and designed meticulously with daily ease in mind. Residing safely within a lovely, fenced garden of 640 sqm this house is the ideal opportunity for those seeking a balance between tranquility and vibrant town life. Main features include: - Bright and welcoming entrance hall - Comfortable living room with French windows that open out onto a lovely terrace - Fully fitted and practical kitchen - 2 cozy bedrooms - A tidy shower room - Separate WC - Full basement with a second kitchen, boiler/laundry room, a cellar, WC, and a spacious garage of 44 sqm The climate in Coussac Bonneval typically includes long, warm summer days often reaching over 30 degrees, while winters can be short with a pleasant chill in the air. Taking this into consideration, the house facilitates you to comfortably enjoy every season to its fullest. The Limousin region, with its gentle rolling hills, woodlands, valleys, rivers, and lakes offers endless, stunning views and ample recreational activities such as walking, biking, and sightseeing. It’s a region that celebrates its medieval architecture, evident in its many chateaux and churches. It’s also known for its globally acclaimed cuisine and is in close proximity to the Bergerac region, famously known for its fine wines. The house, in good condition, is priced at a reasonable €113,000 making it an excellent opportunity for an overseas investor seeking a quiet yet vibrant lifestyle. Moreover, the property, being situated in a region that thrives all year round and is not solely reliant on tourism, promises a promising investment for those planning to permanently shift or use as a holiday home for year-round breaks. Experience living in this picturesque and tranquil hamlet that is rich in culture, culinary goodness, and community spirit. Welcome to a lifestyle in Coussac Bonneval where you get to enjoy the elegant simplicity of rural living while being equipped with all the benefits of a bustling town at your doorstep. Come see it to feel it.

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Introducing an inviting and traditional house located in the heart of the scenic Thenon, France. This lovely residence offers the cozy experience of French suburban dwelling, brought to life by its perfect blend of private seclusion and accessibility to the delightful provisions of the town. With approximately 130 m² of comfortable living space, the house accommodates three bedrooms, two spacious and well-styled bathrooms, a warm and inviting living room adorned with a charming brick fireplace, and a suitably arranged kitchen area. Two of the bedrooms are conveniently situated on the ground floor, while the third room and a potential additional room waits discovery upstairs, alongside an attic that presents an intriguing opportunity for conversion. Whether it be a dedicated study, an artist's loft, or another bedroom, the opportunities for personalization are indeed exciting. On the outside, this property sits on an expansive flat encased in approximately 5570 m² of private land. This provides an enormous potential for outdoor activities, gardening, or just taking in the relaxing tranquility that the surroundings offers. Furthermore, the house has a detached workshop/garage capable of a variety of uses. When considering the lovely area of Thenon, it's important to note that this property is advantageously located near a village that sports all essential amenities. Whether it's for your daily groceries, a lazy afternoon coffee at a local café, or visiting the library, everything is but a leisure walk away. Bullet points of amenities within the town: - Supermarket - Post office - Cafes and bakeries - Local library - Medical facilities Features of the property: - Approximately 130m² of living space. - Three bedrooms. - Two well-appointed bathrooms. - An inviting living room featuring a traditional fireplace. - Utilitarian kitchen. - Easy conversion option of attic space into an additional room. - An outside workshop/garage. - Enclosed private land of approximately 5570m² Situated in the charming and historic Dordogne region of southern France, Thenon is known for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. Blessed with warm summers, cool winters, and moderate rainfall throughout the year, this location offers the perfect conditions for wine-growing, making it a paradise for wine lovers. Added to this, the house's location sets it in the epicenter of French history and culture. With many historic venues, art and music festivals, farmer's markets, and culinary delights to offer, living in Thenon is like being on a permanent vacation. Whether you love outdoor pursuits, or prefer a more laid-back lifestyle, this house, in this location, can cater for it all. Living in a house offers the ultimate in personal space, seclusion, and the ability to stamp your own identity on every corner. With the charm of this traditional French house, coupled with Thenon's history and colorful scenery, you will undoubtedly experience a wholesome, relaxed, and fulfilling lifestyle. Emitting a good condition overall, this home is a smart acquisition for those seeking a taste of tranquil and authentic French living. Price: 286,200 Euros As the next steward of this wonderful property, you have the unique opportunity to keep the charming elements in place, while still making it your own dream abode. Regardless of where you are in the world, your dream of owning a piece of the French countryside could be a reality with this golden opportunity.

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Located near the picturesque town of Thenon, in the scenic region of Dordogne, within the heart of Nouvelle-Aquitaine in France, awaits a charming three-bedroom stone-built house. Gently cradled in a tranquil hamlet, this delightful house radiates character and offers a welcoming embrace to the discerning home seeker. With 11 acres of tranquil garden and land added to its appeal, this property boasts expansive views of the surrounding beauty, offering a picturesque frame to its rustic charm. The house ensures a generous living space of 180 m², with an attractive potential to expand into the attached outbuilding. This possibility of creating additional accommodation enhances the value of the property, granting more space for creativity and personal touch. Here are some of the key amenities: - Heat pump - Part double glazing - Large vaulted cellar - Terrace of 35 m² As we walk you through the house, you will notice its well-preserved rustic charm combined with modern convenience. The ground floor opens up to a welcoming entrance hall leading into a spacious living room. Its 44 m² area includes a fitted corner kitchen and a fireplace, all laid on an authentic stone floor evoking a sense of nostalgia. The first bedroom spans 27 m² with a bathroom nearby covering 12 m². The house also features a convenient storeroom. Ascending to the first floor, two additional bedrooms are waiting, each spacious and radiating a homely allure. One bedroom covers 46 m², while the other spreads over 45 m². Conveniently, there’s a shower room and a WC on this floor too. Located on the garden level is a large vaulted cellar spanning 63 m², a generous space that brings possibilities waiting to be explored. The house also boasts an exterior terrace measuring 35 m², offering a delightful outdoor space to enjoy the French climate. Beyond the terrace is the outbuilding with its loft above, another wealth of potential to create additional living space or for alternative uses. The garden and grounds stretch to an impressive 45,116 m² - a sprawling 11 acres, boasting far-reaching views. Living in Thenon affords residents the tranquillity of French rural life coupled with the conveniences of a proximate town, offering an idyllic lifestyle for lovers of peace and quiet. Completing the picture of an ideal French country living are the typical seasonal climate changes, ranging from mild winters to warm, sun-soaked summers, all adding to the reasons why Nouvelle-Aquitaine has become a magnet for those used to a gentler pace of life. This property, although in good condition, gives you a blank canvas for potential personalization. It's perfect for families seeking a rural retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Create your dream vision of rural French charm in this delightful stone-built house and soak in the serenity of the surrounding countryside. Property Features: - Three Bedroom house - Two bathrooms - Expansive living space (180m²) - Attached outbuilding - Garden and Grounds extending to 45,116 m² (11 acres) - Rustic Stone flooring - Fireplace - Built-in corner kitchen - Large Vaulted cellar with potentials - Terrace - Far-reaching views Invest in this tranquil escape in the heart of France, for a price of 296,800 Euros.

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Situated in the heart of the enchanting Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine, near Saint Pardoux la Rivière, France, is a traditional stone-built house, bursting with potential and awaiting a loving new owner. Absorb the rustic charm of a home that dates back to 1850 while enjoying the comforts of a fully renovated interior, providing a delightful blend of historical character and modern convenience. This three-bedroom house is nestled in approximately nine acres of lush greenery and vibrant gardens, offering an unrivaled sense of privacy and tranquility. Ancient trees, resilient foliage, and sprawling landscapes offer the perfect backdrop for the home and potential equestrian activities, making this an extra appealing offer. With a staggering 173 m2 of light-filled and airy living space, this house promises a comfortable family lifestyle. The ground floor of the residence features a large living room, impressively spanning 60 m². Light floods in through the expansive windows and plays off the gleaming tiles resting underfoot, creating a warm and welcoming ambiance. Fitted with an equipped kitchen, this space is the heart of the home, perfect for hosting friends or family gatherings. A family bathroom and a separate WC, along with a practical cellar and boiler room, complete the ground floor area. Venture up to the first floor to discover three generously proportioned bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom offers an en suite shower room and a dressing room, ensuring a private retreat within your own home. With extra space, the bedrooms can also be converted into a study or home office. Property Features: - Three spacious bedrooms - Two bathrooms, one en suite - Attached garage - Courtyard parking area - Land and garden approximating 36,000 m² (8.9 acres) - Fitted and equipped kitchen - Garden access from living area Living in the Dordogne region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine is a dream come true for those yearning for a life away from the hustle and bustle of city living. Known for its lush vineyards, medieval castles, and idyllic landscapes, life here is peaceful and slow-paced, allowing residents to truly appreciate the beauty around them. The market town of Saint Pardoux la Rivière is a stone's throw away from the property, offering a selection of shops and amenities. There is a welcoming, tight-knit community in the town, creating a family-friendly atmosphere. The house is in close proximity to local schools, health facilities, and outdoor recreational areas, enhancing the appeal for families. In terms of climate, Nouvelle-Aquitaine enjoys a mild temperate climate with warm summers and mild winters. The rainfall is moderate, making it a suitable region for outdoor activities all year round. Living in a house of such grandeur and tradition offers a unique lifestyle. Whether it's enjoying a cozy winter night by the fireplace, summer barbecues in the lush garden, or simply basking in the overwhelming sense of space, there's something incredibly special about residing in such a unique place. Take note, some exterior finishing touches may be necessary to complete the charm of this property. Priced at €294,000, the property is offering an exceptional deal for investment, especially considering its potential as an equestrian property. Come, find comfort and charm in the heart of France, and make history by fortifying your family's future in this substantial and character-filled home.

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Welcome to your next venture in the charming region of Limousin, Haute-Vienne, situated in the picturesque town of Cussac, France. This quaint and stately four-bedroom house offers an abode where old-world charm meets the comforts of modern living. Nestled in the heart of France's scenic terrain of rolling forests and vibrant meadows, this property is a hidden treasure waiting to be found. Steeped in history, this former Tardoire Mill is tucked away from the crowd in an enchanting setting that spans approximately 1.5 hectares. This space is dedicated to preserving biodiversity, as evidenced by the serene millstream and winding streams present across the property. The calm whispers of the small waterfall at the end of the extensive forest filled with oaks, chestnuts, birches and other species, enhance the allure of this peaceful place. This destination offers more than a picturesque view. It serves as an invitation. A beckoning call to unwind at the water's edge, soaking in the scenic beauty, lulled by the soft rustling of leaves in the shade of the sprawling lime tree. The remaining authenticity of the property's stone wall facing southwest, its rustic wooden beams, and the inviting fireplaces conjure an ambiance of warmth and tranquility. Offering a good living condition, the home features double-glazed windows, preserving the thermal efficiency of the place. While the property maintains much its original charm, it also provides opportunities for those inspired by renovation projects. This house, therefore, represents an appealing fixer-upper opportunity, where you can explore potential enhancements to fully capitalize on the innate beauty of its setting. This house, boasting of potential and promise, can serve as a perfect family home for those seeking solitude amidst nature. Alternatively, it could also be an ideal investment for those considering a bed and breakfast or gite business. The property attributes, such as the well laid out rooms and multiple entrances, offering flexible arrangements, lend themselves to potential commercial ventures. Located within a tranquil hamlet, this property provides an ideal balance of serenity and accessibility. It is a mere 3 kilometers away from the bustling village center of Cussac. Local Area Information: Cussac, a part of the Haute-Vienne department, is uniquely situated. It provides a bridge between the southern edge and the verdant expanse of Périgord Vert, making it an attractive destination for those drawn to unspoiled natural beauty and the opportunity to experience the charms of rural France. The town of Cussac enjoys a moderate oceanic climate with mild winters and warm summers - a temperate weather condition that enhances the outdoor living experience. Living in Cussac is living history. The town celebrates rich traditions, local festivals, and music that mirror its culture. House Features: - Four bedrooms - Two bathrooms - Size: 185 sq.m - Double glazed windows - Multiple entrances Amenities: - Abundant natural spaces - Close proximity to village center - Potential for a bed and breakfast business A phenomenal property retailing for €246,100! Experience a blend of history, authenticity, and potential in the heart of Limousin, Haute-Vienne, Cussac, France.

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Welcome to the picturesque region of Limousin, Corrèze, Arnac-Pompadour, France, where we present this magnificent stone château. This exquisite property imbued with rich history will offer you an unparalleled, tasteful living experience. The property boasts 14 generously-proportioned bedrooms and nine well-appointed bathrooms spread across three levels. All areas of the property resonates with timeless elegance and warm ambience, most evidently in the whopping 30 intricately designed rooms. From spacious living areas to engaging communal parts, this accommodation delivers on every front. The attributes of this property are extensive and impressive: - 14 Beautifully Furnished Bedrooms - 9 Luxuriously Appointed Bathrooms - Spacious Grounds of 2.8 Hectares - Triple Garage for Vehicle and Tool Storage - Heated Salt Water Swimming Pool - Stand-alone Traditional Bread Oven - Galleried Annexe Perfect for Weddings or Conferences - Secure Fencing Around the Grounds Notably, the grandeur of this place is exemplified by its superb great hall with a commanding stone fireplace and pisé floor. It’s an aesthetically stunning area that is perfect for a gathering of any type, whether for special events or family festivities. The master bedroom features an exemplary enamel glass panelling from the renowned 19th-century artist Amédée de Caranza. It is just one of this château's many historical gems, providing an authentic feel that accompanies living in a house rich with history. Separate from the main building is a spacious annex - an ideal spot for events such as weddings or conferences. It’s a perfect blend of history and functionality that provides significant flexibility in utilising the space. In addition to the château, there is a charming three-bedroom cottage, beautifully maintained and ready to accommodate any need. To add a little more charm, the property also houses a traditional, standalone bread oven. Set discretely between the main house and the cottage is a heated saltwater swimming pool, a luxurious addition to an already grandiose package. The premises are securely enclosed for maximum privacy, adding peace and tranquillity. The location is ideal for its vivid aesthetics and depth in facilities. Behind the secure boundaries of this property, you will find well-groomed mature trees, a decorative pond, and even a fresh water spring. The enchanting region of Limousin, Corrèze, Arnac-Pompadour is particularly known for its mild climate, offering warm summers and mild, manageable winters. The property is a mere 10-minute drive from a bustling commerce area and the historic 11th-century château at Pompadour. Although the city is famous for being the headquarters of the French National Stud, it also offers a thriving local community, weekend markets, and a picturesque rural setting that invites exploration and nature walks. Whether you're a horse enthusiast or just enjoy quiet, rural life, this region offers numerous outdoor activities from hiking to fishing and horseback riding. So, imagine yourself living in a place where history and convenience blend seamlessly with modern necessities, providing a truly unique living space. That's 965 sq meters of your own personal paradise. This unique property is available for €2,625,000. So why wait? Begin your journey of owning this piece of heritage and let the tales of yesteryears add glory to your living experience.

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