Collonges-la-Rouge (19) - Rare opportunity - superb barn conversion, pool and large gardens
€327,600 (APPROX. £298,902)
Property Details - Character Property
Extremely rare in the stunning village of Collonges la Rouge - just a stone's throw from the village centre, you will find this magnificent red stone barn conversion, now completely restored.
The house offers an entrance, a large lounge of 54m ² with an open plan kitchen. 2 ground floor bedrooms each with its own shower room. Also on this floor is a cellar and a family bathroom.
On the first floor is a majestic master/ parental suite of more than 30m ² with an en-suite bathroom.
The renovation has taken care to preserve many old elements, such as the exposed beams, lovely niches and the stone walls giving a special charm and warmth to this house.
Outside there is an above ground pool of 9.4 x 4.7m, that is perfectly integrated in a pleasant park of 2.8ha, with terraces which invite you to spend pleasant relaxing moments. A BBQ and Pizza oven for your evenings with friends!
A unique house and very rare in this sector. Peace and quiet, but at the same time close to all amenities. Fosse septique installed in 2006 and controlled in 2016.
The village of Collonges la Rouge was the original "Plus Beaux Village de France", and there is a good choice of restaurants nearby. In total there are 6 "Plus Beaux Villages de France", within a 30 minute drive and many more tourist attractions. Set in the verdant green landscape of Limousin's Corrèze department, the Southern Corrèze enjoys a much milder climate than the area to the north.
The village is built from the reddest of red sandstone, and this, together with its very distinctive architecture including fairy tale "pepper pot" turrets on many of the buildings, earns Collonges la Rouge its billing perhaps as the "Plus Beau Village de France".
Peter Elias, (Agent Commercial) - RSAC N°48183917300020.
(dont 4 % TTC honoraires à la charge de l'acquéreur)
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