Placed beautifully in a countryside hamlet is this lovely 4 bedroom stone house with pretty stone well and stunning gardens. Set within grounds of 13,297m2 you will find a separate stone building housing 5 fully equipped stables, tack room, horse preparation area and storage rooms.
Entering the property through double electric gates, you feel the character of the place with the exposed stone and feeling of grandeur.
Entering the house you arrive into a very welcoming entrance hall full of original features and an unusual glazed wall taking your eye into the superb living room (39.4m2).
As you enter the living room you immediately notice now traditionally french this property feels, with the high ceilings, exposed stone walls, beams and stone character features such as the wonderful stone vaulted arched area with a door leading to the rear garden, just beautiful!
This living room has a huge cantou style fireplace with a pleasing open-fire. A wood-burner could be chosen too.
To the left of the entrance hall and accessed from the rear of the living room too is a beautiful dining room (30.1m2) with the cooking area of the kitchen raised at the rear of the room to enable you to talk to your guests while preparing a meal. There is also a super rear kitchen easily accessed behind this area measuring 17.3m2.
There is a door from the dining room and also the rear kitchen that leads out onto a super terrace for outdoor dining.
An original wooden staircase leads you to the first floor where you will find a large bedroom with a shower room and separate toilet measuring 37.3m2 (but currently used as a spacious office) plus another bedroom (15.1m2) with dressing room (12.1m2) and bathroom (10.6m2).
The stunning staircase continues to a second floor where you will find 2 further bedrooms (18.4m2 and 11.8m2) each with wash basin.
The house is heated by a sophisticated and very efficient geothermal heat pump system, very cost effective (newly installed during 2013). The system is neatly placed at the rear of the house in its own boiler room.
The whole roof of the house was replaced during 2013 and all windows replaced to double glazed units.
The property is well insulated and therefore with the geothermal heating system is an efficient property to keep warm during the winter months.
The drainage is via a septic tank.
Within the well-designed landscaped garden are many pretty ever-green shrubs, beautiful lawns, wonderful flowers and stunning established trees. There is a pretty stone well on the land, therefore creating water for the exterior.
Adjacent to the house is a superb outbuilding made of stone which currently houses 5 equipped stables (with constant water), a tack room, a horse preparation area, storage rooms and a covered car port.
The Correze is home to a rich variety of unspoilt natural scenery. Its hills, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, forests and footpaths make it an ideal location for many outdoor leisure activities such as cycling, walking and canoeing.
The nearest town with day to day amenities is Seilhac which is a distance of 5kms. In the town there are shops, supermarket, vets, doctors, dentists, post office, bank, schools, restaurants and bars
You can walk from the property to the stunning ?Lac de Barriousses?on the edge of the town of Seilhac.
Other popular villages and towns in the area include Uzerche, Tulle and Brive-la-Gaillarde.
Brive has an International Railway Station with regular direct trains travelling to and from Paris in about 4-5 hours.
There are airports at Brive and Limoges with regular flights from the UK and the rest of Europe.
The A89 motorway and the A20 can be accessed within easy reach.
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