Beautifully renovated stone cottage with annexe and heated pool close to Civray

156 600 €   Area : 86400 Savigne

Details :

Ref G1113
Price* 156 600 €
Taxe Fonciere 267 €
Situation Hamlet
Property condition Good
Living space 99 m²
Land space 1 135 m²
Number of bedrooms 5
Number of bathrooms 1
Heating type Electric
Drainage Individual

Features :

  • Swimming pool
  • Outbuildings
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Description :

If you're looking for a country property that has been beautifully restored with a guest annexe, and a fantastic, heated swimming pool this could be the one for you!  This property is situated just 7 minutes from the popular and vibrant town of Civray, and is comprised of a kitchen/lounge/diner with exposed stone walls, a store room, shower room and WC.  On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom.

There is also an annexe with a room and WC on the ground floor, and two bedrooms on the first floor.  This annexe could easily be adapted to make a fully independent gîte.

Outside, there is a garden (totalling 1185m² of land), a 10x5m swimming pool (heated by heated exchanger), a large barn, hangar and small pool house.

A fantastic package at a wonderful price!

*Price Details :
Price (incl. agency fees): 156 600 €
Price (excl. agency fees): 145 000 €
Agency fees of 8.00 % payable by the buyer

Room Sizes* :

Kitchen: 25 m², Hallway: 5 m², Store Room: 2 m², Bed 1: 10 m², Bed 2: 10 m², Bed 3: 11 m², Bed 4: 7 m², Bed 5: 13 m², Shower Room: 6 m²,

Outbuildings* :

Barn 1: 90 m², Hangar: 40 m²,
* Room and Outbuilding sizes are approximations only

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