Dordogne sector Brive, country house 148m2, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, park, Dordogne, Nouvelle Aquitaine
€259,000 [convert]

4 147m2


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Key Features

Property Type: House
Number of bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1
WCs: 2
Primary Energy Consumption Band: 193
France Property Shop ID: 552574
Reference: 7501184398

Property Description

In a charming commune typical of Dordogne (stone houses, roofs of Lauze, narrow lanes, ...), home of 148 m ² located in a way with the edge of the wood, while being at 500 m of the school, grocery store, bar, and village restaurant. You will appreciate above all the environment of the house located in a sports park of 4880 m ² entirely cloture, benefiting from a view 100% nature since the 2 terraces. The house built in Perigord style offers a living room with open kitchen of 54 m², 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, dressing room, bathroom, laundry and workshop adjoining. Upstairs: 2 bedrooms, dressing room, bathroom, a loft completely isolated. Exceptional location for this style of service. The village has a school bus school Lycee for Terrasson and Brive, 10 minutes from Brive Souillac and A20 / A89 motorways. Based in the south-west of Corrèze, the welcoming and charming

town of Brive-la-Gaillarde hosts the famous market that Georges

Brassens sang about… Three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursday

and Saturday morning, the centre for gastronomy that is Brive

market enables locals and visitors to stock up on delicious

regional produce. Fans of foie gras and truffles should note

that the Georges Brassens market hall hosts several food fairs

in November and February. They are very popular and provide

shoppers with a good way to prepare for the festive season!

Particularly loved by foodies and gourmets, the town is also a

delight for architecture and culture enthusiasts. At the very

heart of the historic centre, you can see the Collegiate Church

of St. Martin, a listed Historic Monument, and its Neo-

Romanesque bell tower. Built from the 12th century onwards on

relics dating back to the 5th century, then remodelled several

times over the course of history, the church was described as

remarkable by the famous architect Viollet-le-Duc. While the

transept, part of the chevet and the beautiful capitals adorned

with narrative scenes are a reminder of the Romanesque era, the

archaeological crypt houses Merovingian and Carolingian remains

from the previous buildings, as well as sarcophagi from the 6th

and 7th centuries. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Sophie Bachelart, please fill in the form below.

Primary Energy Consumption (kWh/m2/year) For This Property
< 50 A
51 -90 B
91 - 150 C
151 - 230 D
231 - 330 E
331 - 450 F
> 451 G


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