- Three adjoined houses
- Immediately habitable village house, with parts for renovation
- New roof
- Various outbuildings
- Currently 4-beds in total
- Gite potential
- Well-maintained gardens
- Private Parking
- Close to market town of Cussac
- 35mins from Limoges airport
This 4 bedroom property consists of 3 separate houses and 3 adjoining barns. The layout of the houses would lend itself perfectly to knocking through to create one large property or creating a separate Gite. There are various well-maintained gardens, some woodland and 3 outbuildings.
There is a generous habitable space of 180m2 and the layout of each property is as follows:
This is the property which the current owners occupy. It’s in good condition and requires no work.
Living room (with dining area and fire place).
Staircase leads up to the landing.
Bathroom (with bath, shower, sink and WC)
Bedroom 1 (sky light and 2 single beds)
Bedroom 2 (sky light, double bed and built in wardrobe)
This house has a cellar which is roughly 2 metres in height and houses the chauffage. This has the capacity to supply all 3 houses.
This house adjoins the first house and has an attached barn to the rear. The house is in good condition and requires no work.
The entrance is via a double-glazed wooden door into the vestibule, which leads into the living room which has double-glazed windows and inglenook fireplace. There are 2 doors from this room, the first goes to the adjoining barn (with skylights) and the second door leads into the third house.
The staircase from the living room leads to a landing and two bedrooms each of which has a large double glazed skylight. The second bedroom has a doorway leading into the adjoining house.
This property is over 400 years old and will need complete internal renovation. There is a new roof, which has 2 double-glazed skylights.
Entrance to this house is via a wooden door into what would have originally been the kitchen. There is still the original sink, stone staircase and stone flooring. There is access from here to the cellar.
The stone staircase leads to the original living room with original oak flooring and beams plus a magnificent medieval fireplace.
A wooden staircase in the corner of the room could n be extended to ceiling height to enable the creation of a bedroom, alternatively the whole area could be opened up to have a double-height room with vaulted ceiling.
The roof across each of the 3 houses and barns is in good condition and there is also water supplied to houses 1 and 3. All the wood-burners are in good working order.
To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed private garden and directly across from the house on the quiet lane are the other gardens and allotment area.
There is parking for one vehicle directly opposite of the first house, plus an enclosed parking area to the rear of the flower garden for at least two vehicles.
The outbuildings consist of a large workshop, a summer house and a wooden shed.
The property sits in a little side road in the hamlet with little or next to no passing traffic so is peaceful and quiet. The property is situated in a quiet hamlet, within easy reach of the market town of Cussac.
Habitable space: 180m2
Plot size: 812m2
Distance to shops: 5mins
Taxe fonciere: tbc
Please note: All locations and sizes are approximate. La Résidence has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading. However, this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are either given or implied.