Busserolles (Dordogne) - Beautifully renovated four bedroom property in a tranquil location
€249,900 (APPROX. £214,012)
Property Details - Barn conversion
An absolute gem of a property located in a peaceful hamlet within the beautiful countryside of the ‘Parc Naturel Regional Perigord Limousin’. Oozing charm and character throughout, the original cottage with its attached barn have been tastefully renovated and converted to a very high standard.
The property offers spacious living accommodation with double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating, solar heated hot water and over an acre of parkland style grounds, complete with its own well.
Entering via the kitchen, the quality workmanship is immediately on display with the attractive exposed stonework and stunning carpentry. A range cooker sits within the old stone fireplace which now has an extractor incorporated within the chimney. The tiled flooring extends through to a breakfast room whilst to the rear is a shower room with w.c. and plumbing for a washing machine. Steps lead down into a cellar.
Stepping through an archway in the thick stone wall takes you into the converted barn which is flooded with natural light from the huge glazed doors and windows that have replaced the old barn doors. This entire area has been laid with a wonderful Burgundian limestone floor.
The original internal sections of the old barn have been retained to create three separate spaces within this enormous open plan area. There is a snug set around a wood burning stove, a seating area looking out into gardens and finally a dining space.
A bespoke oak staircase offers access to the first floor of the barn and splits to provide access to the two bedrooms in this part of the property. To one side is a galleried landing off which is a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom with both a bath and a shower. To the other side is a second ensuite bedroom which also features French windows opening out onto a balcony overlooking the grounds.
There are two further bedrooms that are accessed by an oak staircase from the breakfast room and from one of these bedrooms is a staircase leading up into an attic space.
To the left of the house is a useful outbuilding that houses the modern Viessmann central heating boiler and the associated oil storage tank. Additionally, there is a stone built, garden storage shed. The grounds are planted with a number of mature trees to create parkland style gardens which run up to a parcel of woodland and offer plenty of shady places to sit out and soak up the peace and quiet of rural France.
The nearest village with a bar/restaurant and boulangerie is just 3km away whilst the bustling market town of Piégut-Pluviers is just 5 minutes drive. The Wednesday market is the largest in the area with the entire town centre being filled with stalls offering fresh regional produce. In addition there are a great range of local shops and facilities with bars, restaurants, boulangeries, butchers, delicatessens, clothes shops, banks and a post office. Limoges airport can be reached in 50 minutes whilst the TGV rail network can be accessed in Angouleme in a similar time.
Agency fees of 6% are included in the asking price.
Honoraires d'agence de 6% TTC inclus, charge acquéreur.
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