252 000 €
25 minutes south-east of Barbezieux, an exceptional setting for this old farmhouse, made up of a set of buildings, with no neighbors or overlooked on a plot of 6,028 m². THE HOUSING: The main house, with a living area of 95 m² and dating from the 1970s, consists of a fitted kitchen, a living room, three bedrooms of good size (minimum 12 m²) and bright, 'a separate bathroom and WC. Finished and tiled basement comprising three rooms, two water points and a fireplace. The property includes a second house of 157 m², composed of 7 rooms. This Charentaise longere is to renovate and has a convertible attic. THE OUTBUILDINGS: a stable of 186 m², two barns of 111 m² and 134 m² respectively, two awnings, one of which is 206 m², a bread oven, a cellar, a workshop, an outbuilding of 54 m². OUTSIDE: 6,028 m² plot in one piece with a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside, a well. Possibility of acquiring up to 5 additional hectares adjoining the property. Gas heating + wood-fired boiler Additional glazing Fees charged to the seller Commercial Agent Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire is a commune in the Charente department in southwestern France. The commune of Barbezieux, with the neighbouring village of St Hilaire, forms the most important town in Southern Charente. Barbezieux-Saint-Hilaire, located in the heart of the small champagne, has several advantages for the development of a framework for pleasant and attractive living. The city has managed to preserve its architectural heritage, built around the two key buildings such as the castle, dating from the fifteenth century, and St. Mathias church built in the eleventh century. The old center of Barbezieux is remarkable homogeneity of its built fabric dating largely from the eighteenth century. The castle, historical monument since 1913, is a must. This site is now managed by the South Charente 4B common community that began since 2012 as part of the Rural Excellence Pole, an ambitious restoration program in order to develop a place of cultural life associative. Towns and villages along white stone as Baignes, Guizengeard, Passirac, Brossac Berneuil, Challignac, Lagarde on Born, Barret, and Montchaude Reignac also contain a great Romanesque heritage. Gastronomic traditions (Pineau, cognac, candied, snails, chicken Barbezieux), Craft (tile, pottery) contribute to radiation or agricultural land. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Laurent Taddei, please fill in the form below.