Auv 941: Ensemble of habitable house, barn, plots of land, 4,900m².
Auv 941: Ensemble of habitable house, barn, plots of land, 4,900m² The combination of this ensemble is scattered in a small cozy hamlet at 6 km from Pionsat and from Marcillat-en-Combraille, both villages where all basic needs are present. The 2 buildings, house and barn, are separate from each other by a small road. The house has a small garden on the south-east side, the barn a larger piece of south-facing land with a small pond and stone water well. The barn can be converted into a beautiful house, or serve as an outbuilding for the house. A little further there are 2 beautiful plots of land. Nice ensemble! The immediately habitable house has recently renovated, new oak windows and doors, electricity installation, half of the roof is new, heating by woodburners and electric. The heart of the house is the beautiful kitchen-diner (32m²) with original stone volvic floor, fireplace with woodburner, simple but beautiful kitchen, beamed ceiling, and both front and rear windows and doors. Separate toilet. In addition there is the lounge (22m²) with wooden floor, front and rear window, fireplace, original fitted wardrobe. Cozy. Below this room there is a cellar (22m²) with an entrance via an outside staircase. On the other side of the kitchen, 8 steps higher, there is a first beautiful bedroom or office (17m²) with a basement below (15m²). A beautiful oak staircase leads to the first floor where there is a landing, giving access to a beautiful bedroom (25m²) above the living room, with new wooden windows at the front and back, original wooden floors. The bathroom (12m²) at the front has a shower, WC, washbasin, washing machine, storage room, exposed beams, wooden floor. In addition, also at the front-side of the house, there is another bedroom (18m²) with a beautiful wooden floor and ceiling. In the attic (90m²) there are 3 sections with small windows in the front and 2 new velux windows in the new roof section. More living space can easily be created here. The huge barn has an inside size of 16m by 9m. The roof is good, in asbestos slates, very strong. On the side of the small road that turns into a sand path after the last 2 houses of the hamlet, there is the large barn gate where the tractor used to enter to store the hay. Below, there are various stables with a nice standing height. Nice view to the south, over its own land. Accessible via that sand path there are still 2 plots of land, and in the hamlet, next to a farm, there is another small piece of land where there used to be a building and can therefore be built on again. A fragmented ensemble, but very nicely situated in the hamlet. The septic tank in cellar doesn’t conform.