spanning 1.5 ha, in the north of the French department of Creuse
These holiday accommodation rental units and their numerous outbuildings are in a hamlet, set in fields and natural surroundings, 30 minutes north of Guéret, 50 minutes from Montluçon and 3¾ hours from Paris. Slip roads for the A71 Paris-Clermont motorway are an hour’s drive away in Vallon-en-Sully.
The first house, named “La Jaquotte”, is a 2-storey, holiday accommodation rental unit for four people. Independent entrance, with garden and independent terrace. A kitchen, a dining room and a bedroom on the ground floor. Two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
This 3-storey, fitted, holiday accommodation rental unit, named “La Madeuse”, can accommodate eight adults and four children. A separate entrance, an enclosed garden and a terrace. A little adjoining house, constructed over a cellar, and a covered well are part of this unit.
On the ground floor of the large holiday accommodation rental unit, known as “La Madeuse”, is a room for miscellaneous activities that could be transformed into a garage, a storage area with outside access and a kitchen-office; upstairs is a meeting room for thirty people.
This house, spanning a ground surface area of approx. 70 m², comprises a vast lounge-dining room, featuring a large, old fireplace, followed by a kitchen, a bathroom and a storage room, awaiting completion, on the ground floor. The back door opens on to a terrace, with a garden and a vegetable garden. It also provides direct access to the swimming pool. The upstairs, also spanning 70 m², is in the process of being converted into three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The ground floor of this house is currently used as an office, whilst the upstairs is a holiday accommodation rental unit. Fully fitted, it comprises two rooms spanning approx. 40 m².
A traditional, long farmhouse which comprises a barn or possibly a garage, a stable with a storage area and two houses, spanning a ground surface area of approx. 40 m². Each of the latter comprises a large room, with a fireplace and a storage area at the back. Both attics intercommunicate and could be converted separately or together. The roof is new.
Spanning a surface area of approx. 190 m², this barn communicates with the meadow, a garden with a well, a separate bread oven and a laundry room.
This house, spanning a surface area of approx. 90 m², comprises three rooms on the ground floor, one of which has a fireplace. The attic space could be converted. This unit is in need of some renovation works.
This house, intended for use as a dining room, has been converted in an old pigsty, next to a woodshed and a well. A barn with four bays, spanning approx. 190 m², is intended for games and parties, with a workshop under a mezzanine.
In addition to a large, private area used as a carpark laid out in front of the barn, used as a games room, these parklands, spanning more than a hectare, are composed of gardens and meadows with a central pond.
This group of holiday accommodation rental units, installed in old, renovated and meticulously converted houses, amidst unspoilt countryside, is a rare property for those seeking to live a countrified way of life, whilst running a tourist activity. The potential is great, with three holiday accommodation rental units ready for letting and three others awaiting completion. The communal facilities are unexpected with a heated swimming pool, a group kitchen as well as rooms for meetings, dining, miscellaneous activities and parties. An opportunity not to be missed.
|Land registry surface area||10441 m2|
|Main building surface area||590 m2|
|Number of bedrooms||7|
|Outbuilding surface area||500 m2|
Olivier Paradis +33 1 42 84 80 85
NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.