Large stone village house with garden and outbuildings

194 400 €   Area : 79110 Loubillé

Details :

Ref F0207
Price* 194 400 €
Taxe Fonciere 811 €
Situation Village
Property condition Good
Living space 200 m²
Land space 1 959 m²
Number of bedrooms 4
Number of bathrooms 2
Heating type Central heating - oil
Drainage Individual

Features :

  • Outbuildings
  • Terrace
  • Double Glazing

Geolocalization :

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Description :

Large traditional family home offering great living space and good potential with several outbuildings and an enclosed garden. This property is located on the outskirts of the lively village of Loubillé.


It is comprised of an entrance into a light and bright newly fitted kitchen with wood burner, large living room with stone walls, fireplace with wood burner, two double bedrooms, bathroom and boiler room. Upstairs, you will find a large open mezzanine, enormous bedroom and ensuite bedroom.


The L shape of the property houses the room with the oil tank, barn, and above all this an open space used as a games room with view over the countryside. Wine cellar and workshop. Well and a fish pond.


Walled garden of 1959 m².

*Price Details :
Price (incl. agency fees): 194 400 €
Price (excl. agency fees): 180 000 €
Agency fees of 8.00 % payable by the buyer

Room Sizes* :

Kitchen: 25 m², Hallway: 6 m², Living Room: 40 m², Play Room: 50 m², Store Room: 10 m², Boiler Room: 10 m², Bed 1: 16 m², Bed 2: 12 m², Bed 3: 18 m², Bed 4: 25 m², Bathroom: 6 m², Bathroom: 8 m², Landing: 25 m²,

Outbuildings* :

Barn 1: 50 m², Barn 2: 40 m², Workshop: 10 m², Small Outbuildings: 20 m²,
* Room and Outbuilding sizes are approximations only

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