Lovely renovated country house in central France, 50 km south of Clermont Ferrand.
Comprising spacious accommodation over two floors with large open living room with mezzanine, conservatory, 4 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, WC. Double glazing. New roof.
There are several outbuildings including double garage, atelier/workshop stable and large agricultural hangar (125m2). Lovely large garden (7200m2) laid to lawn with fruiting and flowering shrubs and trees.
Tax Fonciere 1080 euros a year.
Living area 200 m2 approx.
Living room 56 m2 approx.
Terrace 36 m2 approx.
Garage 56 m2 approx.
Shed (125 m2)
Stables (28 m2)
Conservatory (36 m2)
Garage (56 m2) with motorised doors
Outbuildings (40 m2)
workshop (28 m2)
Bedroom 3 (17 m2)
Bedroom 4 (21 m2)
Mezzanine (28 m2)
Lounge (groundfloor) (56 m2)
Bedroom 2 (groundfloor) (10 m2)
Study (groundfloor) (10 m2)
Bedroom 1 (groundfloor) (12 m2)
Fitted Kitchen (groundfloor) (10 m2) equiped
Bathroom (groundfloor) (6 m2)
Toilet (groundfloor) (1 m2)
Features: stone construction, Garden with trees, Parking, Rural location, parking space, garage, garden, terrace, Fitted kitchen, fireplace, Outbuilding(s).
The department of Allier is in the region of the Auvergne, the capital of the department is Moulins and as often is the case, the name comes from the River Allier that snakes through the area. The French department was created from the former province called Bourbonnais. It is bordered by Cher, Nievre, Saone-et-Loire, Loire, Puy-de-Dome and Creuse.
In terms of climate the department is wide open to Atlantic influences and it enjoys a mild and humid climate dominated by westerly winds which helps a little to differentiate it from other parts of Auvergne. The weather variances coincide with the diversity of Bourbonnais territory such as: flat regions, low altitude Bourbonnais Sologne and large floodplains, the hill country, the average altitude of 300 to 600 metres, the central part of the department, and the semi-mountainous southern townships bordering the Combraille and Forez between 700 and 1,200 metres.
The history of Allier corresponds to the Duchy of Bourbon (Bourbonnais) with which it shares almost the entire territory. Allier is one of the original 83 departments created during the French Revolution on 4 March 1790. It was created from parts of the former provinces of Auvergne and Bourbonnais. In 1940, the government of Marshal Philippe Petain chose the town of Vichy as its capital. Vichy also became the department's second sub-prefecture in 1940, since the department now found itself split by the demarcation line between the occupied and (relatively, at least initially) free zones of France.
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