Detached farmhouse with 15 hectares of land, including woodland, copses, lake and ancient Celtic Pond. Situated in a quiet Hamlet in the Brenne National Park.
The property was built in 1730 approx. Although ready to move into it is suitable for expansion with additional buildings that could be made into Gites.
With 140 squ metres approx of habitable space on 2 floors. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, large kitchen dining family room, sitting room and Tv area, it also has a Sauna, outside Wc and shower room.
It has Solar heating through an Air to Water heat pump, supplemented by 2 wood burning stoves. Electric heating in the bathrooms and under floor electric heating in the downstairs bathroom.
There is a barn 62 squ m attached to the main house via a covered passageway.
A workshop with storage above 44 squ m attached to the barn.
2 stables attached to the rear of the workshop each 16 squ m.
There is a separate bread oven attached to the house.
There are gardens to the front, rear and side. To the front an Orchard, veg plot, poly tunnel and chicken pen.
To the rear, herbs in raised beds, shrubs, water feature, Bbq and Gazebo.
To the side is an Orchard and fruit garden.
A large lake and small pond are also on the land, with a mature Oak woodland plus several Oak copses. The Land has never been treated with anything but natural fertiliser for at least 35 years.
Based in The Brenne National Park, an area of outstanding beauty, it is a nature watchers paradise, there are several observatories for bird watching, one of which is within walking distance. On a main migratory route, Black Crane and Geese are frequently seen flying overhead. Last year they decided to visit the surrounding area for several weeks.
There is Potential for Chambers des Hotes, Gites and Camp sites in this area, which is being encouraged by the Chamber of Commerce.
There are many cycle tracks which have been created to encourage tourists of the Eco type.
For people with an interest in horses, there is an Equestrian Centre 5 minutes drive away.
Many tracks, called chemins, cross the area, one of which is directly accessed from the property. However it is possible to ride for an hour without leaving the farmland.
A 40mtr x 20mtr all weather ménage and a round pen are suitable for year round use.
At present there is stabling available for 5 horses with plenty of room for more.
Basically the property is a professionally converted Barn with 15 hectares of land attached, consisting of Prairie and woodland.
The land is divided into 2 parts with a track running through. The land attached to the house has a large lake and a small hill with very good views. The other land named Troulle Pork has several copses and a Celtic pond surrounded by mature Oaks. This is the larger piece and has an area set aside for wildlife, ie Wild Boar, Deer of various types and Hares, frequently seen in the morning.
The land is presently used for horses, a valuable crop of hay is gathered and stored in the separate barn.
Wood for the house fires is harvested from the woodland.
Price € 299,000
Not including notarial fees, registration and land registration fees.
Price / sq metre: €/m² 2,135.71
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