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Habitable Area
53 m²
Plot Size
10 m²
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What a lovely property this is for someone who wants all amenities close, but would like to see beautiful countryside on their doorstep; your very own extensive gardens all maintained by someone else!

The cottage is in the valley below Bellac's main town centre and the park straddles the River Vincou, just to the left of the beautiful old stone bridge this row of cottages sits under the granite hillside just as it has done for centuries. Originally a barn this is a very good conversion giving 3 good sized bedrooms a perfect lock up and go holiday home, or permanent home for singles or a couple. I am quite sure you would get bookings on this little gem if you offered it out for holiday lets when you were not there.

Bellac is a village etape and has large supermarkets, cafe/restaurants and schools (all levels including a Lycee, the etape status means it is a small town, typically under five thousand people, designated to provide a complete set of services for national or provincial highway travellers. While most do provide natural or cultural landmarks, activities or attractions in some form, the core requirements address quality or hours of operation for amenities such as restaurants, grocers, lodging and tourist information. it also benefits from being on the Limoges to Poitiers railway line; the latter providing cross platform TGV connections to Paris, Bordeaux and other French cities plus Brussels and London (via Lille). Limoges airport is only 30 minutes away for daily flights to several UK destinations.

The house benefits from mains electricity, water and drainage. It has electric radiators for heating and is double glazed throughout. Broadband is available.

The lady who owns the house would be happy to accept an offer which included all furniture, leaving you just to walk through the door and relax!

Ground Floor - Tiled Floors throughout.

Kitchen/Dining Room - 3.1 x 4.2 (at widest) with tiled floor, beam feature to ceiling, fitted units, sink unit and double window to front of property.

Lounge 2 - 5.5 x 4.8m with tiled floor, beam feature to ceiling, feature exposed stone wall, duel aspect windows, door to front of property and patio door to back of property.

First Floor - Oak Floors throughout

Landing - 4m x 1m with window to front of property.

Bedroom 1 - 4.3 x 2.9m with window to front of property

Bedroom 2 - 3.4 x 2.1m with window to back of property.

Bedroom 3 - 3.4 x 3.2m (at widest narrowing to 1.9m - L-Shaped) with window to back of property

Shower Room - 2.8 x 1.8mwith shower cubicle, hand basin, W.C. and window to front of property


At the back of the house accessed by the patio doors in the lounge is a small courtyard, a triangle 6m long and 1.5m wide narrowing to a point, this is set again the rock face of the hillside; quite unique and with a little imagination could be made onto a lovely little place to dine, although I am told in summer it is also an exceptionally private sun trap!

To the front of the house is the parc/communal gardens with its old stone bridge and the river gently flowing by.


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