Beautiful 3 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale in Dordogne France
Beautiful 3 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale in Dordogne France
Euroresales Property ID- 9825810
The property is a chalet style bungalow it is situated on a quiet country lane, it has three bedrooms, one bedroom downstairs with private bathroom, two bedrooms upstairs one with private bathroom, spacious lounge, kitchen, dining room with Open Plan to study area and store room.
Converted barn with a two bedroomed holiday home situated up stairs and workshop and storage underneath.
There is a double glazed front door leading into study area access to dining room with two large patio doors , One leading to a side garden and the other patio door leading onto the back garden area, there are wooden beams in the dining room and study with tiled floor throughout.
From the dining room you enter through a door into the kitchen where you will find a toilet, larder and fully fitted kitchen which will come with integrated oven a Neff oven and hob, also dishwasher and washing machine, there is also a combination boiler which supplies hot water and central heating. In the kitchen there are two double glazed windows with beautiful views over the garden rosebushes and the valley beyond.
From the kitchen you walk through a doorway into a large spacious lounge, here is a newly renovated fireplace with hearth and log burner, there is a double glaze window that looks out onto the front aspect of the property and there are French doors to the back of the property leading out onto the back garden with a covered porch area. In the lounge there are two radiators, from the lounge you go through a door into the master bedroom as it currently is, this has a new double glazed window and radiator and fitted Mirrored wardrobes, through an oak door you enter into the private bathroom of the master bedroom here you have a heated towel rail a large shower big enough for two people a separate bath, sink, toilet, bidet, and a double glazed window that looks out the front aspect of the property and there is wooden oak wooden flooring through from the bedroom to the bathroom.
Upstairs, the attic has been converted into two bedrooms you go through one bedroom to access the other bedroom, this bedroom comes with its own private bathroom, this has been used for bed and breakfast and also for when family come to visit and stay. There are 3 velux windows upstairs, that gives good sunlight also to add to the character there are wooden beams.
When you leave the French doors from the lounge you will find yourself in an undercover porch with paving that surrounds the house at the back, there is white stone laid to the front of this with three flower beds consisting of beautiful roses shrubs and bushes, situated in one of the flowerbeds is a micro station this is very discreet and is underground surrounded by plants and rosebushes, this is because we are not on mains drainage and all toilet waste and waste products enter into this it is very eco-friendly. to the left of the property is an Open space which has gate that leads to the front of the house this is big enough for at least two cars to give you an idea of the size. In front of the flower beds you will find it mostly laid to lawn with a stone path separating the garden from the holiday home where you all find, A converted barn which houses the holiday home an under stairs workshop a private pool with gardens surrounding mostly grass a patio area with beautiful flowered planters.
To the front of the property from the main Picture you will see wooden gates this gives you access to the back of the property as you drive in it is overlaid with white stone and to your right you will have a fence where the gas tank is kept, a carport, a wooden store and a stable, in front of you you will see the converted barn there are double wooden doors leading to the workshop underneath where we keep the pool pump and salt water machine, to the left there are double glazed French doors leading into the entrance hall of the holiday home, here you will find wooden stairs that will give you access to the upstairs of the property, all of the floors are oak floors and it is Open Plan a very large and spacious area with open vaulted ceiling with wooden beams, on your left you will find a fully fitted kitchen, there is a dining area big enough for six people to sit around the table and beyond that you have the lounge area, to the right of the open plan living space you have two doorways which in here you will find two bedrooms both double both with private bathrooms. There are French doors that lead out onto a balcony this gives you beautiful stunning views of the valley beyond and also the beautiful Roman style swimming pool with beautiful glass cover to protect it, you have stairs here to access the decking underneath the decking is very new and runs the whole length of the barn, here is the space for dining and barbecue with steps that lead down to give you access to the pool which is surrounded by patio for sunbeds and beautiful wooden planters with an array of stunning colourful flowers.
- Chalet Style Bungalow
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Converted Barn
- Open Plan Living Area
- Double Glazed Windows
- Converted Attic
- Private Roman Style Swimming Pool
- Total Plot: 2122m2
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About the Area:
Dordogne is a department in Southwestern France, with its prefecture in Périgueux. The department is located in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine between the Loire Valley and the Pyrenees and is named after the river Dordogne that runs through it. It corresponds roughly with the ancient county of Périgord. It had a population of 416,909 in 2013.
The department is part of the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine and is surrounded by the six départements of Haute-Vienne, Corrèze, Lot, Lot-et-Garonne, Gironde, and Charente. Dordogne is the third-largest department of metropolitan France.
The population peaked at 505,789 in 1851 according to that year's census. After 150 years of steady decline it fell below 400,000 by the year 2000. This reflected the long term population decline observed in many of the rural departments resulting from changes in agriculture and the lure of higher industrial wages available in more urbanized regions. However, during the first decade of the 21st century, the decline has been reversed.
Dordogne has a thriving British community. The region counts between 5,000 and 10,000 British residents and 800 British entrepreneurs, drawn by a laid-back lifestyle, warm climate, and lower cost of living. The village of Eymet is at the heart of the trend, with 200 British families among 2,600 inhabitants
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