Large 5-bed village property (previously a butcher's) in Villefagnan

98 100 €   Area : 16240 Villefagnan

Details :

Ref F1217
Price* 98 100 €
Situation Village
Property condition Habitable
Living space 194 m²
Number of bedrooms 5
Number of bathrooms 1
Heating type Central heating - town gas
Drainage Mains Drainage
EPC: 289 KWh
GEC: 68  KGeq

Features :

  • Walking distance to shops
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • 360° images

Geolocalization :

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Description :

Situated right in the centre of the village of Villefagnan, this old butcher's shop is habitable yet requires some refreshment work.  It is also just 10 minutes drive to the market town of Ruffec.  The property offers plenty of space with 5 bedrooms and attic spaces to renovate too. 

The property itself is comprised of an entrance hall, large living room, kitchen and WC, with an old butcher's shop, large store fridge and two preparation rooms.  On the first floor, there is a landing with balcony, four bedrooms, a bathroom and an attic too.  On the second floor, there is a bedroom and two attics that could be converted.  There is also a courtyard to the rear. 

The property also benefits from mains dranage, town gas central heating and double glazing throughout.

*Price Details :
Price (incl. agency fees): 98 100 €
Price (excl. agency fees): 90 000 €
Agency fees of 9.00 % payable by the buyer

Room Sizes* :

Kitchen: 12 m², Hallway: 8 m², Living Room: 35 m², Bed 1: 24 m², Bed 2: 20 m², Bed 3: 15 m², Bed 4: 12 m², Bed 5: 24 m², Bathroom: 6 m², Attic: 40 m²,

Outbuildings* :

* Room and Outbuilding sizes are approximations only

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