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3-bed country property with large outbuildings

92 652 €   Area : 16140 Charmé

Details :

Ref F0538
Price* 92 652 €
Taxe Fonciere 182 €
Situation Hamlet
Property condition Habitable
Living space 92 m²
Land space 1 211 m²
Number of bedrooms 3
Number of bathrooms 2
Heating type Central heating - oil
Drainage Individual
EPC: 197 KWh
GEC: 59  KGeq

Features :

  • Outbuildings
  • Terrace
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Geolocalization :

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Description :

Situated in a small hamlet close to the village of Charmé, this stone property is habitable straight away and offers good-sized living accommodation as well as various possibilities due to the large outbuildings attached to the house.


The house is comprised of an entrance hall leading to a kitchen, a lounge, a shower room and a storeroom. On the first floor there is a landing that leads to 3 good-sized, bright bedrooms and a bathroom too.


Attached to the property to the right is a large barn, a hangar and to the rear of the house is another barn / garage.


There are also some smaller detached outbuildings too. The property enjoys a good-sized garden of 1211m² and oil-fired central heating (boiler replaced in 2015).

*Price Details :
Price (incl. agency fees): 92 652 €
Price (excl. agency fees): 85 000 €
Agency fees of 9.00 % payable by the buyer

Room Sizes* :

Kitchen: 16 m², Hallway: 4 m², Lounge: 20 m², Bed 1: 13 m², Bed 2: 11 m², Bed 3: 11 m², Bathroom: 4 m², Shower Room: 4 m², Landing: 5 m²,

Outbuildings* :

Barn 1: 120 m², Barn 2: 60 m², Hangar: 80 m², Small Outbuildings: 40 m²,
* Room and Outbuilding sizes are approximations only

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