Superb Three Bedroom House St Dizier Leyrenne Creuse Limousin France
Euroresales Property iD - 9825152
For sale is this superb 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom Semi-detached property. The property is only walking distance the nearest small village. The property supports beautiful views with a south facing patio and garden. it is only under 1 hours' drive to Limoges airport.
This house is situated in a beautiful village with all amenities close by. The property is beautiful and presents a private aspect with stunning views of the countryside.
There are steps up to a terraced area, with beautiful views of the French countryside, leading to the entrance of the property. From there a nicely set out hallway door, to Lounge which is nicely decorated, laminate flooring and a new wood burner.
The kitchen is fully fitted with a breakfast bar, office area and door off into a nicely tiled modern shower room, with views of the garden.
Dining room is beautifully decorated, with laminate flooring and views of the garden area.
From the hallway there is a staircase up to the 3 bedrooms and bathroom, all beautifully decorated with stunning views of the countryside. The stairs to the loft area are situated on this floor.
The garden has a patio seating area to the rear of the property, mostly laid to lawn. There is also private off-road parking, that could easily house a motorhome and car or van, (there is also a cave accessed from the garden area).
There really is nothing to do to this property other than move in, it has been tastefully decorated throughout, benefits from double and secondary glazing. The fosse septique was installed and up to norms 2015.
Situated within walking distance of the village St Dizier Leyrenne 23400 with basic amenities. Under 1hr drive to Limoges airport with daily flights to and from major UK airports.
Under 10 minutes' drive to the medieval town of Bourganeuf 23400 with schools, colleges, hairdressers, bakers, butchers, chemist, banks, dentist, hospital, vets, post office, restaurants, bars and a lot more to offer.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within
Bedrooms - 3
Bathrooms - 2
Reception rooms - 1
Plot - 2190 sq metres
Furnished - No
Distance from Airport - 1 hour
Electricity on site
Water on site
About the Area:
Saint-Dizier-Leyrenne is a former commune in the Creuse department in central France. On 1 January 2019, it was merged into the new commune Saint-Dizier-Masbaraud.
Creuse is part of the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine and is surrounded by the departments of Correze, Haute-Vienne, Allier, Puy-de-Dome, Cher, and indre.
it is in the Massif Central and permeated by the Creuse and its tributaries. The river is dammed at several locations both for water supply and hydroelectricity generation. As is typical for an inland area of continental Europe, Creuse has relatively cold winters with some snowfall into April, but also hot summers. Rain falls throughout the year because of the relatively high elevation.
The topography is principally rolling hills intersected by often steep valleys. The terrestrial ecology is typically cool temperate with a species mix common in the western UK: with oak, ash, chestnut, hazel and Prunus species dominating the woodlands. There are no commercial vineyards. Much of the farming is beef cattle: Charolais and Limousin, and also sheep.
A historically rich and traditionally rural rather lightly populated area with beautiful preserved landscapes, ancient and typical art de vivre, original stone architecture, no major urban center and many heritage site such as castles, abbeys and Celtic stone monuments: the Creuse department has become a Green tourism destination since the late 1990s. Creuse enjoyed a temperate climate with mild springs and autumns, rather cold and snowy but sunny winters, and relatively warm and sunny summers, but not as hot as in the southern parts of France. Thanks to its preserved forested landscape, little pollution and wonderful stone buildings, many foreigners (notably British and Dutch, but also German and Belgian) have sought to buy holiday homes in Creuse.
The major tourist attractions are the tapestry museum in Aubusson and the many castles, notably those of Villemonteix, Boussac, and Banizette. The monastery of Moutier-d'Ahun has exceptional wood carvings from the 17th century. (fr: Abbaye de Moutier-d'Ahun). After World War 1, some towns in France set up pacifist war memorials. instead of commemorating the glorious dead, these memorials denounce war with figures of grieving widows and children rather than soldiers. Such memorials provoked anger among veterans and the military in general.
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