The quintessential Auvergne stone farmhouse, built around 1830 with two gites and various outbuildings, enclosed garden and fantastic views.
Restored by its current owners with great flair whist retaining its rustic charm. The property has, under the current owners, been the subject of a great deal of work including new roof, heating system, bathrooms and general updating. Located in a peaceful hamlet within walking distance to a local auberge, this property is ideal for “getting away from it all” holidays.
Comprising of a main three-bedroom house of 90m2 with oil central heating, two one-bedroom gites 50m2 and 40m2 with log burning stoves, various barns, vaulted wine cave and outbuildings with lawned gardens in a charming courtyard setting. There is potential for a useful income or private guest accommodation, whilst being private from the main house.
Retaining numerous period features such as log burning stove, original flooring, fireplaces, charming country kitchen with fabulous views over the surrounding countryside. There is also further potential to increase living space if required in the loft and attached barn. Part double glazed with oil central heating, this is a comfortable property suitable for all year round living.
Five minutes to all amenities and Plan d’eau swimming lake, the house is located in a hamlet in a sleepy farming community, surrounded by beautiful scenery. The village has it’s own auberge withing walking distance, closest boulangerie is a 3 minute drive and the larger town of Issoire is a 20 minute drive.
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