Busserolles (Dordogne) - Unique modern house set on the edge of a popular village in the Périgord Vert
€179,500 (APPROX. £154,550)
Property Details - House
This unique village house was built in 2008 and consists of a timber framed three bedroom house set on a large basement housing a garage and wine cave. It is constructed from substantial timbers of engineered Swedish pine with double glazing throughout and a high output wood burning stove, making it a thoroughly economical property to occupy all year round.
It sits behind electrically operated gates on the edge of one of the most sought after villages within the Périgord Vert. There are open fields to the rear and it is just a short walk to the bar/restaurant and the boulangerie.
At ground level is the basement area providing ample storage space along with a garage, a wine cave and a w.c.. There is also a laundry area here with plumbing for a washing machine.
The main living space is on the first floor which can either be accessed via an internal staircase from the basement or via a set of sweeping, external stairs. A balcony runs along the front with access into the house from two sets of double doors.
There is an open plan living room with a well equipped kitchen featuring an eye level electric oven, a ceramic hob plus an additional two gas rings set beneath an extractor hood, a walk in larder and a kitchen island. The kitchen opens into a spacious living and dining room focussed around a wood burning stove.
Also on this floor is a bedroom, shower room and separate w.c.
On the first floor is a mezzanine level that is currently set up to operate as a home cinema, plus there are two further bedrooms, one of which is utilised by the owners as a home office.
The gardens surround the house and include a large vegetable plot with a poly-tunnel, well stocked borders and a lawn. To one side is the village cemetery and to the rear are open fields.
The village of Busserolles has a bar/restaurant, post office and boulangerie, plus it has a delightful leisure area with a swimming lake, children’s play area, boules court and tennis court. The bustling market town of Piégut-Pluviers is just 10 minutes away; it’s 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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