# This Beautiful Village House Dates From The 18th Century, It Has Been Tastefully Renovated Whilst Maintaining Most Of The Original Character Brantome, Aquitaine

Ref: BVI-BVI16603

€136,960 (£117,786)

House # This Beautiful Village House Dates From The 18th Century, It Has Been Tastefully Renovated Whilst Maintaining Most Of The Original Character

# This beautiful village house dates from the 18th century, it has been tastefully renovated whilst maintaining most of the original character. On the ground floor there is a spacious entrance / dining area, a cosy lounge with log burner, kitchen and utility room. The stunning original oak staircase leads to the first floor with two large bedrooms, a bathroom and a mezzanine landing. A second staircase leads to the top floor which has two further spacious bedrooms, one which has a WC. Then there is another room which could be refurbished to make a fifth bedroom. From here, there are views from the front windows towards the village chateau. Outside, the rear garden has been wonderfully established by the current owner, it is mostly laid to lawn with a covered terrace. A driveway runs down the side of the property. There is ample space to install an above ground pool if desired. This house has lots of potential, it could be a comfortable permanent home, a Chambre d'Hote or a 'lock up and leave' holiday home. It is located around in a historic village with restaurants, boulangerie, shop and post office, and one hour from Limoges airport, 13km from the popular tourist town of Brantome.
Price including agency fees :136,960€
Price excluding agency fees :128,000€
Buyer commission included: 7%

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Property Price Minimum cost in the last six months Maximum cost in the last six months Fluctuating exchange rates over the last six months could have increased the cost of this property by
€136,960 £113,744 £124,230 £10,486

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