4 bedroom house for sale
Eymet, Dordogne, 24500, France
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The potential is enormous. The price reflects the cosmetic refreshing that is required throughout the property, but it is structurally sound and perfectly habitable immediately. It really is a blank canvas that you can develop as much or as little as you like to fit your exact requirements. There is room for a pool and considerable scope to extend the footprint of the house into the attached barns, thus creating either a lovely large family home, or even some letting rooms.
This is a superb opportunity to acquire a traditional farmhouse in a highly desirable location, with lovely views AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE POINT.
If you are excited by the prospect of transforming this into the property of your dreams, don't delay to book a viewing now. It is priced to sell and will not hang around.
This property's layout is absolutely typical of this style of beautiful, period farmhouse. The accommodation is arranged in a linear format on the ground floor, with most rooms opening onto the front terrace. An adjoining barn runs the length of the property to the rear and wraps around the far end. These type of farmhouses typically have a full-length loft on the first floor which in this case, has already been converted to habitable space and, unusually, has full head room. Part of the barn has been converted into a bedroom and bathroom already in this property, but there is enormous scope to develop into the remaining barn area.
Through door leading off Front terrace into:
Kitchen-Diner - 5.5x5m (28m2)
Original clay tiles on floor, tiled splashback, plastered walls and ceilings. A small fitted kitchen comprising a range of base and eye-level units with laminate counter top. Electric hob. Sink. Radiator. Scope to create a wonderful Kitchen-Diner in keeping with the period of the property or even to knock through to the lounge next door and create one large, open-plan living space.
Corridor - 3x1m (3m2)
Tiled floor. Leading to
Lounge - 4.5x3 (14m2)
Wooden flooring, plastered walls, painted wooden ceiling. Radiator. Glazed door onto front terrace allowing light to flood in.
Accessed via hallway behind Kitchen
Bedroom 1 - 4x3.8m (15m2)
Wooden floors, plastered walls, window to side.
Hallway - 2.7x1.2 (3m2)
Leading from Bedroom 1, past bathroom, W.C to door to Barn
W.C - 3x1 (3m2)
Adjacent to Bedroom 1. Tiled floor. W.C. Window.
Bathroom - 3x1.6 (5m2)
Adjacent to W.C. Tiled floor, shower cubicle, sink with vanity unit under. Window. Scope to create an ensuite from Bedroom 1, incorporating the adjacent W.C.
Bedroom 2 - 4x5.3m (21m2)
Accessed from short corridor past lounge. Original clay tiles on floor. Plastered walls. Wooden ceiling. Radiator Window opening onto front terrace.
Bedroom 3 - 4x3.2m (13m2)
Accessed via Bedroom 2 (or via door on Front terrace). Wooden flooring, plastered walls. Electric heater.
Bedroom 4 - (upstairs) - 12x4m (48m2)
Accessed via staircase from Kitchen. Reinforced floors, plasterboarded and insulated walls and ceilings. Exposed, original beams. Velux windows. Original semi-circular small windows. A very large space which lends itself to being divided up into 2 bedrooms, plus a bathroom. Or an indulgent Master bedroom suite complete with an ensuite bathroom. Or equally it could be used in its entirety as an artist's studio or secondary sitting room.
Covered Terrace - 15x2.2, (33m2)
Running the length of the front of the property. Tiled floors, views down across the countryside. An invaluable asset to any property in South West France as an extension to your living space in the warm, Summer Months allowing you to dine al fresco, yet shaded from the scorching sunshine.
Chai (Wine storage barn) - 11x4m (44m2)
Accessed from the bathroom hallway and also via a large wooden onto the lane to the rear of the property. Once used to store gallons of wine, now housing the central heating oil-tank, this barn would be easily convertible to habitable space.
Or it could remain as a useful storage/garaging space.
Open-sided Barn - 13x6m (78m2)
This is situated at the far end of the property and runs from front to back, leading off the front terrace. There is direct access from the lane via double wooden doors. There are the most fabulous countryside views from this part of the property, especially with the removal of some greenery. If it was enclosed and glazed, it would make a fantastic conservatory or even Kitchen-Diner, maximising the views. Or indeed, an independent, income-generating letting apartment.
Prune oven-room - 5.5x2.6 (14m2)
Accessed via the open-sided barn. With original prune and bread oven still in place. Scope to develop the living accommodation into this area too.
There is a driveway and parking area to the side of the property laid to gravel with parking for at least 8 cars. The remainder of the plot is laid to grass. There is a manageable, flat section of garden leading off from the terrace with a beautiful mature vine, laden with grapes every Autumn. The remainder of the land slopes downwards towards a little lane.
PLEASE NOTE, there is an option to purchase an additional 10 hectares (24 acres) of land with this property from the owners. This is spread over several adjoining fields which are currently farmed by a local farmer. They are located the other side of a little lane from the end of the garden of this property.
There is room for a pool to be added, subject to local planning consent and a perfect spot leading off the rear terrace of the property with the countryside views all around it.
Oil-fired central heating
Taxe Fonciere - 500€ approx.
Drainage - Septic Tank - emptied in 2015
Full Diagnostics available
5 minutes' drive to excellent local primary school & close to secondary schools
- Bergerac (International), 12 miles
- Bordeaux (Mérignac) (International), 55.6 miles
- Toulouse (Blagnac) (International), 87.2 miles
- Limoges (International), 90.4 miles
- Pyrénées (International), 99.1 miles
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