|Detached House Boussac-Bourg Boussac 168 sqm|
A tastefully renovated farm house, separate barn and workshop set it 21 acres of adjoining land in a quiet hamlet of just two houses.
The property consists of a very large fully equipped Kitchen, Dining Room, Toilet and Lounge on the ground floor with solid oak staircase leading to two very large En-Suite Bedrooms both with exposed beams, the main bedroom has a large walk in wardrobe and hidden access to a study/office. With very little work the property could be converted to three bedrooms if required.
All windows and external doors are Double Glazed UPVC and all internal doors are very attractive Solid Oak, including the doors to the walk-in wardrobe.
Heating is provided by a wood burning cooker in the kitchen and wood burning stove in the lounge, there are electric radiators in the dining room, lounge, bedrooms and office but these have rarely been used as the wood burners are sufficient to heat the whole house.
The property really need to be seen to be appreciated.
Outside there is a very large barn approximately 30m x 8m which was utilised as a working barn but lends it’s self to conversion in to several gites or another very large house, at the end of the barn there is an old piggery which was utilised as a workshop and wood store, but can be converted into yet another gite.
The farm was a working smallholding, with two large fields one of which is fully fenced and gated, inside this field is a small lake/pond and pen for waterfowl and a small wooded area half of which is fenced for keeping pigs. The second field was kept for making hay for winter feed and occasionally grazing for a small herd of Hereford cattle. Closer to the house and behind the barn there is a menagerie which is penned in to sections and housed chickens, ducks, turkeys, goats, pheasants, peacocks and rabbits.
There is also a freshly started orchard consisting of various variety of fruit and nut trees, adjoining a large vegetable plot which is fenced and gated, there is also a large stock tunnel which was utilised for chickens and turkeys.