Dordogne: 4-bedroomed stone house 962 m² of land in Perigord village
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€160,500 // £ 137,509
Located in a lovely little town in the Périgord Vert with some shops and services, this detached house offers a 130 m² living space and has a bedroom with ensuite shower room on the ground floor.
It comprises on the ground floor fully tiled:
- entrance, followed by a corridor,
- kitchen open to dining room (~ 35,5 m²), fireplace, door opening onto the garden,
- sitting room (~ 19.3 m²), beams, fireplace,
- bedroom 1 (~ 9,7 m²) with en-suite shower room,
- WC, cellar, and
- conservatory (~ 17.6 m²) opening onto the garden.
On the first floor: landing, three bedrooms (~ 18.6 - 13.2 and 18.2 m²) one with a balcony, an office (~ 4 m ²) and a shower room with WC (~ 3,5 m²).
PVC double glazing everywhere.
Oil central heating.
Garden of about 515 m².
Total plot area: 962 m²
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