Two houses to renovate, with 400 m2 of outbuildings and on an enclosed piece of land of 3240 m2 on the outskirts of Saint-Dizant-du-Gua.
FIRST HOUSE: 3 bedrooms and with about 100 m2 of living space: living room of 34 m2, kitchen of 27.50 m2, 3 bedrooms of 12.60 m2, 11.20 m2, and 15.50 m2, shower room of 5 m2 and WC. There is also an attic of 27 m2 which could be converted, a shed of 15 m2, and 186 m2 of outbuildings.
SECOND HOUSE: This has one bedroom and about 30 m2 of living space and comprises living room of 16.70 m2 with a stone sink, bedroom of 9 m2 and shower room of 4.30 m2.
The outbuildings of 150 m2 are attached to the second house, and consist of stable buildings with original mangers, a winestore with lovely exposed beams, and another building with a stone staircase.
The houses stand on land of 3240 m2, and have very good potential as gites, or as a family home.
All on a plot of 3240 m2.
Number of rooms: 5
Number of bedrooms: 3
Living area: 131 m2
Land area: 3240 m2
Construction year: 1800
Number of bathrooms: 1
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