Located in a hamlet close to the river Gartemp and the historic town of Saint Savin, this property offers a great opportunity to develop a wonderful and characterful home or holiday home. The ground floor consists of five rooms, these being a lounge (23.8m2), kitchen (16m2), small shower room and two bedrooms (10.7m2 and 9.2m2) but, with a large (65m2) attic that is suitable for developement, many options are available. The beams and timbers used in the construction of the roof are made from termite-resistant chestnut. To the rear of the property lies a good sized garden and, a little further back, a small orchard and piece of agricultural land. There are two separate buildings, a barn of 35m2 and a workshop of 18m2, separate to the main house. The roofs of these two buldings were recently renewed and, because the materials used were modern which meant only one layer was required instead of four, many of the original tiles have been saved and are stored in the barn. To the front of the property are the historic remains of the old village bread oven. Unused for many years, other than as a shelter for livestock, the structure has now collapsed but, to my mind, has created an interesting and quirky feature akin to a folly. The property is set well away from the quite road that passes through the village, the walls are already insulated and the door and windows at the front of the property have been replaced with modern, double glazed, uPVC versions.
Price € 78,000
Price / sq metre: €/m² 1,114.29
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