Suzanne in France

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Quality detached house with garden and garage in a hamlet in Brittany

This superb property is believed to date back to 1732.  Over the last two and a half years it has been completely rebuilt other than the 4 stone walls.  It has luxury fittings, with no expense spared,  including a fully fitted kitchen with marble worktops and quality appliances, a spacious living room with granite fireplace and woodburner, electric heating which is remote controlled, a security system, new windows and doors and bathrooms. A new micro-station for drainage and a new roof and timbers.  It is ready to move into.  Viewing is highly recommended.

The property is situated in a rural hamlet in Ille-et-Vilaine in the Brittany region of France, near a village with a bar/restaurant/shop. Within easy reach is the Normandy town of St James (about 4 minutes drive) with its supermarket and out of town hypermarket with petrol station, street market (Mondays), post office, banks, bakers/patisseries, bistro, bars and restaurants. There is a trout fishing lake a short distance away on the road to St. James which children love, or more serious fishing in the valley of the Selune and Beuvron rivers. Although situated in Brittany, the property is just over the border from Normandy, and views of Mont St. Michel are nearby. The nearest beach is at Genêts which is a 20 minute drive.  The bay of Mont St. Michel is about 30 minutes drive and has many many attractions, as well as being an excellent base for history and culture. The Parliament of Brittany (Parlement de Bretagne) is approximately 51 km away. The ferry port at Caen Ouistreham is about 150 km, Le Havre and Dieppe are about a 3 hour drive and the Eurotunnel at Calais is about a 4 1/2 hour drive.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the ground floor –

Kitchen/Dining Room   6.64 x 5.82m   Partly glazed door and window to front and partly glazed door to rear elevations.  Range of matching base and wall units including display unit.  Marble worktops and splashback.  Space for American style fridge/freezer.  Inset spotlights.  Stairs to first floor.  Built-in Mieli microwave and oven.  Ceramic induction hob with extractor fan over.  Built-in dishwasher and washing machine.  Central island with breakfast bar.  2 radiators.  Vinyl flooring with lifetime guarantee.

Cloakroom    Suspended WC.  Vanity basin.  Extractor.  Heated towel rail.  Partly tiled walls.

Lounge   6.13 x 5.87m   2 windows to front and window to rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Exposed stone wall.  Granite fireplace with woodburner.  Display recesses.

On the First Floor –

Landing   Velux window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Walk-in wardrobe.

Master Bedroom   5.94 x 5.75m   Window and Velux window to front and Velux window to rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  2 radiators.  Door to:

En-suite bathroom Bath with mixer tap/shower fitment.  Suspended WC.  Heated towel rail.  Vanity unit with mirror over.  Inset spotlights.  Velux window to rear elevation.

Family Bathroom   2.65 x 1.66m   Velux window to rear elevation.  Vanity basin with mirror over.  Large shower.  Heated towel rail.  Suspended WC.  Inset spotlights.  Extractor.  Sloping ceiling.

Bedroom 2   3.35 x 2.64m   Sloping ceiling.  Velux window to rear elevation.  Radiator.

Bedroom 3   3.25 x 2.53m   Sloping ceiling.  Velux window to front elevation.  Radiator.

OUTSIDE :

Aluminium electric gates (not yet connected) lead to a large gravel parking and turning area.

The garden is fully enclosed for dogs and is laid to lawn with raised flower borders.

Small enclosed paddock and stable for sheep.

Garage   7.19 x 4.71m   Constructed of block, stone faced to the front elevation,  under a slate roof.  Electric up and over door.  Pedestrian door to rear elevation.  Concrete floor.  Power and light.  Double glazed windows. Insulated.  Stairs to first floor storage/office area which is insulated.  Velux window to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Ideal for extra bedroom/home office.

Patio area to the front and rear of the property with outside lighting.

SERVICES :

Mains water, telephone and electricity are connected.  Drainage is to an Ecoflow Microstation installed in 2022.  Woodburner and electric heating with remote controls.  Fibre optic internet.  Double glazed windows with triple glazed doors.  Security alarm system.

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : 637€ per annum

Taxe d’habitation : Means tested

Asking price : 479,000€ including Agency fees of 29,000€. In addition the buyer will need to pay the Notaire’s fee of 32,900€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling per year are between 1 419€ and 1 919€
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

Ref : SIF – 001816


Latest Listings

Farmhouse and outbuildings with over 10 acres of land

This house is in a quiet rural hamlet with one neighbour.  There is a long drive giving access to it and the land that surrounds the property.  The house itself would benefit from some modernisation, particularly downstairs, and there is room to extend into the attached store rooms.  The land is around the property, but predominantly in front of the house.  There is a large, useful, detached barn. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this property which would make an ideal small-holding or equestrian property.

Close to the village of Juvigny-le-Têrtre,  9 km from Mortain and 9 km from St Hilaire-du-Harcouët.  The sandy beaches on the west coast of Normandy and the scenic coastal footpaths around the Baie du Mont St Michel are all under an hour’s drive away. The coastal towns and beaches of Northern Brittany are also within easy reach and well worth a day trip. The Golf course near Vire is about 30 minutes drive. The house is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Caen and around 2 hours from both Cherbourg and Le Havre, around 3 hours from Dieppe and around 5 hours from Calais. One of the largest regional markets in Normandy is held in St Hilaire each Wednesday morning.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the Ground Floor –

Entrance Hall   Partly glazed door and side panel to front elevation.  Fuseboard.

Kitchen/Dining Room   5.26 x 3.34m   Window to south elevation.  2 radiators.  Open fireplace.  Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Vent. Stairs to first floor.  Partly glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom   Window to east elevation.  WC.  Tiled floor and partly tiled walls.  Radiator.

Shower Room   3.08 x 1.48m   Shower.  Hand basin.  Radiator.

Lounge   5.26 x 3.28m   Window to front and rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Oak flooring.  Part wood clad walls.

On the first floor –

Landing   Velux window to rear elevation.  Hatch to loft.  Fuseboard.

Bedroom 1   3.77 x 3.40m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Telephone socket.  Exposed beams.

Study   3.33 x 1.45m   Sloping ceiling.  Window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Exposed beams.

Bedroom 2   3.40  3.00m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Exposed beam.

OUTSIDE :

Attached Store Room   3.34 x 2.43m   Door to rear and window to west elevations.  Power and light.  Electric meter.  Stairs to loft over with skylight to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Blocked up doorway to bedroom 2.

Store Room   3.46 x 3.36m   Door to front elevation.  Earth floor.  Power and light.

Attached Garage to east elevation  5.80 x 4.24m   Constructed of sectional steel.  Metal up and over door.  Gravel floor.

Former vegetable garden to the front of the house.  Garden.  Outside tap.

Detached Barn   7.00 x 4.50m   Constructed of block with Fibro Ardoise roof. 2 pedestrian doors.  Access to loft over the front gable.  Cider press.

Attached Open Fronted Tractor Shed  7.00 x 4.20m   Constructed of corrugated iron.

Small Detached Stone Building with tiled roof.

Buried gas tank.

Good quality grazing/arable land of 10 acres.

SERVICES :

Mains water and electricity are connected. Telephone not connected.  Drainage to a septic tank which will need replacing.  Gas fired central heating and convector heaters .

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : € per annum

Taxe d’habitation : € per annum (means tested)

Asking price : 150,000€ including Agency fees of 10,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 11,600€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling are between 2 026€ and 2 740€ per year.
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

SIF – 001837


Latest Listings

Farmhouse and outbuildings with over 10 acres of land

This house is in a quiet rural hamlet with one neighbour.  There is a long drive giving access to it and the land that surrounds the property.  The house itself would benefit from some modernisation, particularly downstairs, and there is room to extend into the attached store rooms.  The land is around the property, but predominantly in front of the house.  There is a large, useful, detached barn. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this property which would make an ideal small-holding or equestrian property.

Close to the village of Juvigny-le-Têrtre,  9 km from Mortain and 9 km from St Hilaire-du-Harcouët.  The sandy beaches on the west coast of Normandy and the scenic coastal footpaths around the Baie du Mont St Michel are all under an hour’s drive away. The coastal towns and beaches of Northern Brittany are also within easy reach and well worth a day trip. The Golf course near Vire is about 30 minutes drive. The house is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Caen and around 2 hours from both Cherbourg and Le Havre, around 3 hours from Dieppe and around 5 hours from Calais. One of the largest regional markets in Normandy is held in St Hilaire each Wednesday morning.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the Ground Floor –

Entrance Hall   Partly glazed door and side panel to front elevation.  Fuseboard.

Kitchen/Dining Room   5.26 x 3.34m   Window to south elevation.  2 radiators.  Open fireplace.  Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Vent. Stairs to first floor.  Partly glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom   Window to east elevation.  WC.  Tiled floor and partly tiled walls.  Radiator.

Shower Room   3.08 x 1.48m   Shower.  Hand basin.  Radiator.

Lounge   5.26 x 3.28m   Window to front and rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Oak flooring.  Part wood clad walls.

On the first floor –

Landing   Velux window to rear elevation.  Hatch to loft.  Fuseboard.

Bedroom 1   3.77 x 3.40m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Telephone socket.  Exposed beams.

Study   3.33 x 1.45m   Sloping ceiling.  Window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Exposed beams.

Bedroom 2   3.40  3.00m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Exposed beam.

OUTSIDE :

Attached Store Room   3.34 x 2.43m   Door to rear and window to west elevations.  Power and light.  Electric meter.  Stairs to loft over with skylight to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Blocked up doorway to bedroom 2.

Store Room   3.46 x 3.36m   Door to front elevation.  Earth floor.  Power and light.

Attached Garage to east elevation  5.80 x 4.24m   Constructed of sectional steel.  Metal up and over door.  Gravel floor.

Former vegetable garden to the front of the house.  Garden.  Outside tap.

Detached Barn   7.00 x 4.50m   Constructed of block with Fibro Ardoise roof. 2 pedestrian doors.  Access to loft over the front gable.  Cider press.

Attached Open Fronted Tractor Shed  7.00 x 4.20m   Constructed of corrugated iron.

Small Detached Stone Building with tiled roof.

Buried gas tank.

Good quality grazing/arable land of 10 acres.

SERVICES :

Mains water and electricity are connected. Telephone not connected.  Drainage to a septic tank which will need replacing.  Gas fired central heating and convector heaters .

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : € per annum

Taxe d’habitation : € per annum (means tested)

Asking price : 150,000€ including Agency fees of 10,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 11,600€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling are between 2 026€ and 2 740€ per year.
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

SIF – 001837


Latest Listings

Farmhouse and outbuildings with over 10 acres of land

This house is in a quiet rural hamlet with one neighbour.  There is a long drive giving access to it and the land that surrounds the property.  The house itself would benefit from some modernisation, particularly downstairs, and there is room to extend into the attached store rooms.  The land is around the property, but predominantly in front of the house.  There is a large, useful, detached barn. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this property which would make an ideal small-holding or equestrian property.

Close to the village of Juvigny-le-Têrtre,  9 km from Mortain and 9 km from St Hilaire-du-Harcouët.  The sandy beaches on the west coast of Normandy and the scenic coastal footpaths around the Baie du Mont St Michel are all under an hour’s drive away. The coastal towns and beaches of Northern Brittany are also within easy reach and well worth a day trip. The Golf course near Vire is about 30 minutes drive. The house is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Caen and around 2 hours from both Cherbourg and Le Havre, around 3 hours from Dieppe and around 5 hours from Calais. One of the largest regional markets in Normandy is held in St Hilaire each Wednesday morning.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the Ground Floor –

Entrance Hall   Partly glazed door and side panel to front elevation.  Fuseboard.

Kitchen/Dining Room   5.26 x 3.34m   Window to south elevation.  2 radiators.  Open fireplace.  Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Vent. Stairs to first floor.  Partly glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom   Window to east elevation.  WC.  Tiled floor and partly tiled walls.  Radiator.

Shower Room   3.08 x 1.48m   Shower.  Hand basin.  Radiator.

Lounge   5.26 x 3.28m   Window to front and rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Oak flooring.  Part wood clad walls.

On the first floor –

Landing   Velux window to rear elevation.  Hatch to loft.  Fuseboard.

Bedroom 1   3.77 x 3.40m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Telephone socket.  Exposed beams.

Study   3.33 x 1.45m   Sloping ceiling.  Window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Exposed beams.

Bedroom 2   3.40  3.00m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Exposed beam.

OUTSIDE :

Attached Store Room   3.34 x 2.43m   Door to rear and window to west elevations.  Power and light.  Electric meter.  Stairs to loft over with skylight to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Blocked up doorway to bedroom 2.

Store Room   3.46 x 3.36m   Door to front elevation.  Earth floor.  Power and light.

Attached Garage to east elevation  5.80 x 4.24m   Constructed of sectional steel.  Metal up and over door.  Gravel floor.

Former vegetable garden to the front of the house.  Garden.  Outside tap.

Detached Barn   7.00 x 4.50m   Constructed of block with Fibro Ardoise roof. 2 pedestrian doors.  Access to loft over the front gable.  Cider press.

Attached Open Fronted Tractor Shed  7.00 x 4.20m   Constructed of corrugated iron.

Small Detached Stone Building with tiled roof.

Buried gas tank.

Good quality grazing/arable land of 10 acres.

SERVICES :

Mains water and electricity are connected. Telephone not connected.  Drainage to a septic tank which will need replacing.  Gas fired central heating and convector heaters .

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : € per annum

Taxe d’habitation : € per annum (means tested)

Asking price : 150,000€ including Agency fees of 10,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 11,600€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling are between 2 026€ and 2 740€ per year.
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

SIF – 001837


Latest Listings

Farmhouse and outbuildings with over 10 acres of land

This house is in a quiet rural hamlet with one neighbour.  There is a long drive giving access to it and the land that surrounds the property.  The house itself would benefit from some modernisation, particularly downstairs, and there is room to extend into the attached store rooms.  The land is around the property, but predominantly in front of the house.  There is a large, useful, detached barn. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this property which would make an ideal small-holding or equestrian property.

Close to the village of Juvigny-le-Têrtre,  9 km from Mortain and 9 km from St Hilaire-du-Harcouët.  The sandy beaches on the west coast of Normandy and the scenic coastal footpaths around the Baie du Mont St Michel are all under an hour’s drive away. The coastal towns and beaches of Northern Brittany are also within easy reach and well worth a day trip. The Golf course near Vire is about 30 minutes drive. The house is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Caen and around 2 hours from both Cherbourg and Le Havre, around 3 hours from Dieppe and around 5 hours from Calais. One of the largest regional markets in Normandy is held in St Hilaire each Wednesday morning.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the Ground Floor –

Entrance Hall   Partly glazed door and side panel to front elevation.  Fuseboard.

Kitchen/Dining Room   5.26 x 3.34m   Window to south elevation.  2 radiators.  Open fireplace.  Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Vent. Stairs to first floor.  Partly glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom   Window to east elevation.  WC.  Tiled floor and partly tiled walls.  Radiator.

Shower Room   3.08 x 1.48m   Shower.  Hand basin.  Radiator.

Lounge   5.26 x 3.28m   Window to front and rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Oak flooring.  Part wood clad walls.

On the first floor –

Landing   Velux window to rear elevation.  Hatch to loft.  Fuseboard.

Bedroom 1   3.77 x 3.40m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Telephone socket.  Exposed beams.

Study   3.33 x 1.45m   Sloping ceiling.  Window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Exposed beams.

Bedroom 2   3.40  3.00m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Exposed beam.

OUTSIDE :

Attached Store Room   3.34 x 2.43m   Door to rear and window to west elevations.  Power and light.  Electric meter.  Stairs to loft over with skylight to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Blocked up doorway to bedroom 2.

Store Room   3.46 x 3.36m   Door to front elevation.  Earth floor.  Power and light.

Attached Garage to east elevation  5.80 x 4.24m   Constructed of sectional steel.  Metal up and over door.  Gravel floor.

Former vegetable garden to the front of the house.  Garden.  Outside tap.

Detached Barn   7.00 x 4.50m   Constructed of block with Fibro Ardoise roof. 2 pedestrian doors.  Access to loft over the front gable.  Cider press.

Attached Open Fronted Tractor Shed  7.00 x 4.20m   Constructed of corrugated iron.

Small Detached Stone Building with tiled roof.

Buried gas tank.

Good quality grazing/arable land of 10 acres.

SERVICES :

Mains water and electricity are connected. Telephone not connected.  Drainage to a septic tank which will need replacing.  Gas fired central heating and convector heaters .

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : € per annum

Taxe d’habitation : € per annum (means tested)

Asking price : 150,000€ including Agency fees of 10,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 11,600€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling are between 2 026€ and 2 740€ per year.
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

SIF – 001837


Latest Listings

Farmhouse and outbuildings with over 10 acres of land

This house is in a quiet rural hamlet with one neighbour.  There is a long drive giving access to it and the land that surrounds the property.  The house itself would benefit from some modernisation, particularly downstairs, and there is room to extend into the attached store rooms.  The land is around the property, but predominantly in front of the house.  There is a large, useful, detached barn. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of this property which would make an ideal small-holding or equestrian property.

Close to the village of Juvigny-le-Têrtre,  9 km from Mortain and 9 km from St Hilaire-du-Harcouët.  The sandy beaches on the west coast of Normandy and the scenic coastal footpaths around the Baie du Mont St Michel are all under an hour’s drive away. The coastal towns and beaches of Northern Brittany are also within easy reach and well worth a day trip. The Golf course near Vire is about 30 minutes drive. The house is about 1 hour 30 minutes drive from Caen and around 2 hours from both Cherbourg and Le Havre, around 3 hours from Dieppe and around 5 hours from Calais. One of the largest regional markets in Normandy is held in St Hilaire each Wednesday morning.

For a comprehensive look at links back to the UK and beyond, please click on our link here

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES :

On the Ground Floor –

Entrance Hall   Partly glazed door and side panel to front elevation.  Fuseboard.

Kitchen/Dining Room   5.26 x 3.34m   Window to south elevation.  2 radiators.  Open fireplace.  Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Vent. Stairs to first floor.  Partly glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom   Window to east elevation.  WC.  Tiled floor and partly tiled walls.  Radiator.

Shower Room   3.08 x 1.48m   Shower.  Hand basin.  Radiator.

Lounge   5.26 x 3.28m   Window to front and rear elevations.  2 radiators.  Oak flooring.  Part wood clad walls.

On the first floor –

Landing   Velux window to rear elevation.  Hatch to loft.  Fuseboard.

Bedroom 1   3.77 x 3.40m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Telephone socket.  Exposed beams.

Study   3.33 x 1.45m   Sloping ceiling.  Window to front elevation.  Radiator.  Exposed beams.

Bedroom 2   3.40  3.00m (max)   Velux window to front elevation.  Sloping ceiling.  Radiator.  Exposed beam.

OUTSIDE :

Attached Store Room   3.34 x 2.43m   Door to rear and window to west elevations.  Power and light.  Electric meter.  Stairs to loft over with skylight to front and rear elevations.  Sloping ceiling.  Blocked up doorway to bedroom 2.

Store Room   3.46 x 3.36m   Door to front elevation.  Earth floor.  Power and light.

Attached Garage to east elevation  5.80 x 4.24m   Constructed of sectional steel.  Metal up and over door.  Gravel floor.

Former vegetable garden to the front of the house.  Garden.  Outside tap.

Detached Barn   7.00 x 4.50m   Constructed of block with Fibro Ardoise roof. 2 pedestrian doors.  Access to loft over the front gable.  Cider press.

Attached Open Fronted Tractor Shed  7.00 x 4.20m   Constructed of corrugated iron.

Small Detached Stone Building with tiled roof.

Buried gas tank.

Good quality grazing/arable land of 10 acres.

SERVICES :

Mains water and electricity are connected. Telephone not connected.  Drainage to a septic tank which will need replacing.  Gas fired central heating and convector heaters .

FINANCIAL DETAILS :

Taxes Foncières : € per annum

Taxe d’habitation : € per annum (means tested)

Asking price : 150,000€ including Agency fees of 10,000€.  In addition the buyer will pay the Notaire’s fee of 11,600€

Please note : All room sizes are approximate.  Suzanne in France has made every effort to ensure that the details and photographs of this property are accurate and in no way misleading.  However this information does not form part of a contract and no warranties are given or implied.

Estimated annual energy costs of the dwelling are between 2 026€ and 2 740€ per year.
Average energy prices indexed to 01/01/2021 (including subscriptions)

The costs are estimated according to the characteristics of your home and for a standard use on 5 uses (heating, domestic hot water, air conditioning, lighting, auxiliaries)

Information on the risks to which this property is exposed is available on the Géorisques website: www.georisques.gouv.fr (Date of establishment State of Risks and Pollution (ERP): 30/01/2023 )

SIF – 001837

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