Set in a small hamlet, but with uninterrupted views over the beautiful Limousin countryside and not far from the village of Mezieres-sur-Issoire where you will find several shops for everyday needs, including bars & tabacs. The village also has a very good doctor, dentist & veterinary practice. The town of Bellac is 20 minutes away. Both Limoges & Poitiers airports are around 40 & 60 minutes respectively.
The property has mains electricity, water and wood fired heating; drainage is to a fosse, which was inspected in 2012. The property has been renovated over the past 9 years by the current owners including good insulation and double glazed windows. Telephone and broadband are available.
The land is all attached and to the back of the property, the current owners are virtually self sufficient.
The land is mainly tree lines, the owners do have horses and it is good for grazing. The outbuildings include 3 stables a hay store, hen houses and a further barn attached to the house which is mainly used for storage.
Kitchen - 7.8 x 3 4m with tiled floor, fitted units, window and door to front of property.
Dining Area - 3.7 x 3.6m with tiled floor, window to side of property, French doors to patio and access to the kitchen and lounge.
Lounge - 9.2 x 5.9m with tiled floor, window to front of property and open staircase leading to bedrooms 3 & 4
Bedroom 1 -4.5 x 3.6 (at widest) with tiled floor, exposed beams and window to front of property. This is currently used as a study.
Bedroom 2 - 4.5 x 2.6m with tiled floor, exposed beams and window to front of property.
Bathroom - 2.6 x 1.5m with tiled floor and walls, shower unit, hand basin and w.c.
Bedroom 3 - 4.1 x 3.5m with 2 low level windows and exposed a frame.
Bedroom 4 - 5.6 x 3.9m with 2 low level windows and exposed a frame.
Bathroom - 3 x 1.6m with tiled wall, shower unit, hand basin and w.c.
Grenier (Storage room) - 5.5 x 1.7m
Barn - Attached to the house and measuring 7 x 4.8m (Could be used to create further living space if required).
Outbuildings - Currently used as storage and poultry houses
The land at the back of the house is split into formal, informal and grazing land, and has a mixture of fruit trees
More details/pictures and video's are available upon request.