Near Lignac: superb restored house with big barn, carport and greenhouse. Magnificent garden and land/fields. Balcony/terrace with great view on the landscape. In pristine condition, high quality renovation.
Ground floor: entrance with wood burner and cupboards (18 m2), fitted kitchen with dining area (23 m2), living room with wood burner and stairs (36 m2), utility/boiler room with sink and pantry, bathroom/WC.
First floor: landing with access to the balcony, bedroom with shower/WC (14 m2), bedroom (23 m2), bedroom/bureau (8,5 m2), shower room/WC with double wash basin.
Barn of approx. 130 m2 with stairs and attic.
Attached carport. Greenhouse of 16 m2 with double glazing and insulation, next to the carport.
Magnificent garden with well, pond and vegetable plot, completely fenced.
Wrought iron entrance gate.
Fields of 7425 m2.
This very nice restored house is in pristine condition. Roof in good state and insulated. Walls on the first floor insulated. Oak wood windows with double glazing. Electricity and plumbing redone (2009). Wood heating (wood burners) and central heating with an oil-fired condensation boiler. Hot water with the boiler or with solar panels in summer. Septic tank.
Photovoltaic solar panels generate an income that covers the owners' costs for electricity and heating.
The house lies in a hamlet near Lignac that has a bakery, a bar-restaurant and a chateau: Chateau Guillaume. At 15 km lies Belabre and Saint Benoit du Sault, where you will find all necessary shops. At 29 km lies Le Blanc, a town at the Creuse river where you will find all commerce's, a cinema, hospital, several restaurants etc..
At 22 km lies the motorway A20, giving easy access to Argenton sur Creuse, Chateauroux and Limoges.
The region is characterised by its green river valleys and the rural country side. The house is situated in the Parc Regional de la Brenne, a unique natural area. The climate is influenced by the Atlantic coast and there is a micro-climate with moderate winters and very nice summers