Beautiful bungalow with views of the Monédières hills
233 000 €
Ref #: Li715Estate agency fees are paid by the vendor
House for sale CHAMBOULIVE 19450 CORREZE Limousin
Large well-built house in the early 1980’s located in a small hamlet on a plot of almost an acre planted with trees and fully fenced in, just five minutes from the first shops and services. Its solid veranda will allow you to enjoy magnificent view of the surrounding countryside and the Monédières hills all year round! The dwellingThe house has a comfortable living area of 2.325ft², not including the 236ft² East-facing veranda. On the ground floor, a large entrance hall (226ft²) with fitted wardrobes and an oak staircase to the first floor.
To the right of the entrance, bedroom 1 (130ft²) with an alcove and full height built-in wardrobes. Next to it, a bathroom with built-in cupboards (130ft²) fitted with a bathtub, a shower cubicle, and a double basin cabinet. At the end of the hall, a separate toilet with a washbasin (22ft²). To the left of the entrance, a fitted kitchen (215ft²) with a central island and a door to a separate back kitchen (130ft²) with the access staircase to the basement and a side door to the garage (248ft²), its servicing pit and its utility area. And finally, from the hall, through glass paneled doors, there is a spacious tiled floored lounge-dining room (388ft²) with a built-in fireplace and exposed ceiling beams. Two large French doors open to the slate paved veranda which has a Plexiglas roof and glass alloyed sliding doors all around. Electric roller blinds fitted to the roof and walls allow the veranda to be completely closed. On the first floor, the attic converted over a magnificent solid chestnut floor, with exposed chestnut ceiling beams and roof frame in all the rooms. The staircase, fitted with an electric stairlift, leads to a landing with, to its right, a second lounge (236ft²). Then a central corridor leads to a bathroom (75ft²) with a toilet and a dormer window, an office (86ft²) with a dormer window, three additional bedrooms (96ft², 96ft² and 130ft²) each also with a dormer window and a storage room / workshop with a Velux (108ft²). Finally, a good size workshop (172ft²) with 2 workbenches and a gable window overlooking the garden, is accessible from the 1st floor or via the staircase within the garage on the floor below. In the basement there is a boiler room (130ft²) with the 200-litre electric hot water tank, then a wine cellar (161ft²) and two large crawl spaces covering the rest of the house’s area. The foundations are built in stone and all floors are of concrete block and beam build. These spaces would be perfect for installing a central heating system, as the house is currently fully heated with electric radiators as well as the dining room’s fireplace. All the windows, except for the veranda’s, are made of solid wood and double-glazed, and the magnificent roof is in natural slate with stainless steel hooks. The septic tank, which is from 1981, needs to be updated. The house gets its internet via the telephone line and the Wimax (with a rental contract). The gardenThe groomed wooded park is ¾ acre, fully fenced with an electric double entrance gate and a single gate. A tarmacked driveway allows you to park your vehicles privately. A second separate garage (17ft x 10ft) with an adjacent roofed shelter (48ft²) allows you to securely park a second vehicle or store garden tools and dry your laundry in a sheltered space. A vegetable garden has been planted on one side of the garden and underground water pipes have been brought to it to make watering easier. And what about the view… you have to come and see for yourself to fully enjoy it! Amenities and accessWe are in a hamlet part of Chamboulive, a village with local amenities of around 1,200 inhabitants. Treignac is 15 minutes away with its swimming lake and all its infrastructures. Tulle is 25 minutes away by car. Limoges Centre is 1 hour away and its international airport 70 minutes.
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400 km of Paris
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