Ancient house built in 1788 to restore.

PRICE: EUR €19,000

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Estate Agent: Albof SARL
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Originally built in the 1700s, the date 1788 carved into the stone above the lintel over the door, this ancient house now requires a complete renovation including a new roof but once restored, this property will offer a wonderful, characterful home, full of history. The property sits on half an acre and has water and electricity supplies to the property. The house has no direct neighbours and sits in a peaceful location surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Property features:
Some renovation
Rural location
Ancient house built in 1788 to restore.
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Property Details:

It is a major project but then the price is far less than the price of the average building plot. It still has many features which makes it a worthwhile project such as its tower, arched kitchen area and large stone fireplace and its location is stunning with being situated in the Haute Cantal just north of Mauriac (which is one of the oldest places in the Cantal). It is situated in a stunning part of France with charming old houses and villages as well as the beauty of the diverse countryside with the mountains of the Cantal and the Haute-Vallée of the Dordogne which is a UNESCO protected area.
This was a large property and would have had three floors, a ground floor, first floor and attic. It is situated on the edge of a small pretty hamlet just minutes from Mauriac which is one of the oldest cities in the Cantal. Mauriac has every amenity including supermarkets, cafes and restaurants.
The property sits on a plot of over half an acre, plenty space for a caravan to be placed there.

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