CHF15694 Renovated Traditional 5 Bedroom Stone built House with 2 Large Stone built Barns and Courtyard set on 2.4 acres of Garden and Grounds with private access situated just a few minutes drive from the town centre with all amenities. This spacious house offers 180 m² of light and airy living space with the potential to create further accommodation or gites in the attached barns. An ideal large family home with potential.
Peaceful Private Location
The House comprises on the Ground Floor : Entrance Hall / Study 15.5 m². Living Room 37 m² with tiled floor and fireplace. Fitted Dining Kitchen 18 m². Inner Hallway 10 m² with fitted wardrobes and Guest Cloakroom. Bathroom 6.2 m². Utility Room 8.7 m².
On the First Floor : Landing and Hallway 20 m² with fitted wardrobes and WC. Family Bathroom 10.2 m². 5 Bedrooms between 9.3 to 11.6 m² (total 54 m².
Exterior : Porch 16 m². Courtyard. Attached Barn (south wing) 123 m². Attached Barn (north wing) 245 m² (Note both barns offer potential to create additional accommodation or craft studio workshops) Attached Gardens and Land of 9,774 m² (2.4 acres) with natural spring and private access.
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The Périgord Vert region is an area of exceptional beauty and huge historical interest. Set in the Regional Natural Park of the Perigord-Limousin which covers part of the Dordogne and the Haute-Vienne.
Piegut-Pluviers, in the Dordogne, is one of the interesting towns to visit, well-known for their weekly open market, one of the largest in France and their medieval Chateau, located only 40 minutes’ drive from Angouleme, 1 hour from Limoges airport, but also within easy reach of main attractions of the area including the Troglodyte caves, medieval Chateaux, Abbeys, listed Villages , rivers and lakes, not forgetting the quality of the local cuisine ! This stunning region offers exceptional scenery with abundant wildlife, flora and history.
Other well-known to towns to visit are Riberac, Thiviers, Nontron, the heart of the Perigord Vert and Brantome which is often referred to as The Venice of the Perigord.