In quiet area we have this Beautiful house built in the 1930s with 70 m2 of habitable space to refresh on grounds of 405 m2 including:
GROUND FLOOR: hall, kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom, bathroom.
FIRST FLOOR: bedroom.
OUTSIDE: Garage courtyard garden and cellar boiler room. Tax Fonciere: 780 euros a year.
Number of rooms: 5
Number of bedrooms: 2
Living area: 70 m2
Land area: 405 m2
Number of floors: 2
Year built: 1930
Number of bathrooms: 1
Number of toilets: 1
Number of garage: 1
Number of cellars: 1
Number of terraces: 1
Type of construction: Stone
Roof cover type: Slate
Exposure: East / West
Heating mechanism: Radiator
Heating system: Town gas
Hot water: Boiler
The department of Deux Sevres is in the Poitou-Charentes region, in the western part of France below the Pays de la Loire region. In recent times this department has become an ever popular destination for French property buyers. Prices are still reasonable and one cannot help being seduced by the diverse cultural heritage, delicious local cuisine, seafood and of course the lovely rolling countryside.
Deux Sevres has a very mild climate, similar to that of Aquitaine and the Poitou-Charentes region, it is the second sunniest region of France where people adopt a relaxed, simple way of life ideal for holidays and leisure activities.
The transport links are very good too, with five international airports, the TGV (high speed train) in Niort can reach Paris in 2 hours, to Bordeaux in 1hrs 30mins and Toulouse in 4hrs 30mins. Good motorway links to Bordeaux, Nantes, Tours and Paris make it a great location.
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