Old house guard-barriere in town of 3000 inhabitants all services

PRICE: EUR €75,000

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Stone-built house comprising on the ground floor a living room of approximately 32m², a bathroom of 7m² with shower and bathtub. the first floor consists of two bedrooms with solid parquet floors and fitted wardrobes. the house has been renovated with electricity, joinery, tiling, insulation and plasterboards as well as sanitary fittings. built on a plot of 400m², this house is located close to the velo francette linking caen to la rochelle. fees charged to the seller commercial agent benoit le

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Old house guard-barriere in town of 3000 inhabitants all services
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Stone-built house comprising on the ground floor a living room of approximately 32m², a bathroom of 7m² with shower and bathtub. The first floor consists of two bedrooms with solid parquet floors and fitted wardrobes. The house has been renovated with electricity, joinery, tiling, insulation and plasterboards as well as sanitary fittings. Built on a plot of 400m², this house is located close to the Velo Francette linking Caen to La Rochelle. Fees charged to the seller Commercial agent Benoit LERAY based in Mayenne at 06.27.67.76.99 Known as La Ville Blanche (the White City), La Rochelle's luminous limestone facades glow in the bright coastal sunlight. One of France's foremost seaports from the 14th to 17th centuries, the city has arcaded walkways, half-timbered houses protected from the salt air by slate tiles, ghoulish gargoyles and a fabulous collection of lighthouses – all rich reminders of its magnificent seafaring heritage. The early French settlers of Canada, including the founders of Montreal, set sail from here in the 17th century. This 'white city' is also commendably green, with efficient public transport and ample open spaces. Its hôtel de ville (town hall), built in 1606 and famously the oldest in France, is rising from the ashes after being the victim of a huge fire in 2013. La Rochelle's late-20th-century district of Les Minimes was built on reclaimed land, and now has one of the largest marinas in the country. Click the blue MAKE ENQUIRY button and enter your details to receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Benoit Leray, .

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