CHF15967 Spacious 2 Bedroom Village House with 2 Bedroom Cottage (Gite) and Outbuilding set in just over 1/3 of an acre of Gardens located in a village near the town of Piegut with its amenities, bars, restaurants and popular weekly market. Set back from the road the property benefits from a large attic 110 m² which could be converted to provide additional accommodation.
Close to Shops
Mains Gas Central Heating
The Main House comprises on the Ground Floor : Entrance Hall 12.4 m² with fitted cupboard. Large Living Room 50.8 m² with Granite floor, sitting and dining areas, exposed beams and fitted wood burning stove. Kitchen 14.2 m² with tiled floor. Utility Room 4 m². Bedroom (1) 14.1 m². Shower Room 7 m². WC with wash hand basin. Bedroom (2) 10.3 m².
Attic 110 m² with electricity, insulation and 2 dormer windows in place.
Cellar / Basement 130 m² with access to the garden.
Second House comprising on the Ground Floor : Living Room 18.9 m² with tiled floor and Scandinavian stone oven and Kitchen. Sitting Room 14.2 m² with fireplace. Shower Room and wc. On the First Floor : Landing Area. Bedroom (1) 14.8 m² and Bedroom (2) 15.3 m². Attic to convert.
Attached Workshop / Barn to renovate.
Gardens of 1,556 m².
Agency Fees Included
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.